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Population for Maryland : 5,785,496

Total Males: 2,798,875
Total Females: 2,986,621
Median Household Income: $72,999
Total Households: 2,138,806

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Estimated crime in Maryland



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 55,61,332 38,961 521 1,317 12,772
2005 55,89,599 39,369 552 1,266 14,378
2006 56,15,727 38,111 546 1,178 14,376
2007 56,18,344 36,063 554 1,179 13,258
2008 56,33,597 35,393 493 1,127 13,203
2009 56,99,478 33,625 440 1,156 12,007
2010 57,85,681 31,607 426 1,228 11,054
2011 58,39,572 28,817 399 1,200 10,342
2012 58,84,868 28,086 373 1,237 10,173
2013 59,38,737 28,235 384 1,179 1,679 10,048
2014 59,76,407 26,661 365 1,144 1,619 9,544

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
24,351 2,02,474 36,704 1,29,888 35,882
23,173 1,98,483 35,922 1,28,491 34,070
22,011 1,95,484 37,459 1,27,502 30,523
21,072 1,92,796 37,095 1,27,308 28,393
20,570 1,98,165 38,849 1,33,983 25,333
20,022 1,82,295 36,905 1,25,771 19,619
18,899 1,73,309 36,704 1,18,578 18,027
16,876 1,66,846 35,823 1,14,951 16,072
16,303 1,62,309 33,803 1,13,550 14,956
16,124 1,57,918 31,950 1,12,551 13,417
15,133 1,49,859 28,012 1,08,745 13,102


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
700.6 9.4 23.7 229.7
704 9.9 22.6 257.2
678.6 9.7 21 256
641.9 9.9 21 236
628.2 8.8 20 234.4
590 7.7 20.3 210.7
546.3 7.4 21.2 191.1
493.5 6.8 20.5 177.1
477.3 6.3 21 172.9
475.4 6.5 19.9 28.3 169.2
446.1 6.1 19.1 27.1 159.7

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
437.9 3,640.70 660 2,335.60 645.2
414.6 3,551.00 642.7 2,299.00 610
392 3,481.00 667 2,270.40 543.5
375.1 3,431.50 660.2 2,265.90 505.4
365.1 3,517.60 689.6 2,378.30 449.7
351.3 3,198.50 647.5 2,206.70 344.2
326.7 2,995.50 634.4 2,049.50 311.6
289 2,857.20 613.5 1,968.50 275.2
277 2,758.10 574.4 1,929.50 254.1
271.5 2,659.10 538 1,895.20 225.9
253.2 2,507.50 468.7 1,819.60 219.2

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