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Population for Maine : 1,329,084

Total Males: 650,219
Total Females: 678,865
Median Household Income: $48,219
Total Households: 553,208

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Estimated crime in Maine



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 13,14,985 1,364 18 315 289
2005 13,18,220 1,483 19 326 323
2006 13,21,574 1,533 23 341 383
2007 13,17,207 1,565 20 392 349
2008 13,16,456 1,572 31 379 333
2009 13,18,301 1,580 26 375 399
2010 13,27,379 1,621 24 389 412
2011 13,28,544 1,638 26 394 370
2012 13,28,501 1,626 26 372 420
2013 13,28,702 1,761 24 366 495 335
2014 13,30,089 1,700 21 360 485 304

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
742 31,740 6,341 24,096 1,303
815 31,889 6,323 24,218 1,348
786 33,658 6,846 25,465 1,347
804 32,249 6,745 24,228 1,276
829 32,433 6,559 24,695 1,179
780 31,706 6,729 23,955 1,022
796 32,900 7,364 24,547 989
848 33,829 7,865 24,886 1,078
808 33,398 7,476 24,931 991
907 30,454 6,480 23,063 911
890 26,421 5,030 20,592 799


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
103.7 1.4 24 22
112 1.4 24.7 24.5
116 1.7 25.8 29
118.8 1.5 29.8 26.5
119.4 2.4 28.8 25.3
119.9 2 28.4 30.3
122.1 1.8 29.3 31
123.3 2 29.7 27.9
122.4 2 28 31.6
132.5 1.8 27.5 37.3 25.2
127.8 1.6 27.1 36.5 22.9

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
56.4 2,413.70 482.2 1,832.40 99.1
61.8 2,419.00 479.7 1,837.00 102
59.5 2,546.80 518 1,926.90 101.9
61 2,448.30 512.1 1,839.30 96.9
63 2,463.70 498.2 1,875.90 89.6
59.2 2,405.10 510.4 1,817.10 77.5
60 2,478.60 554.8 1,849.30 74.5
63.8 2,546.30 592 1,873.20 81.1
60.8 2,514.00 562.7 1,876.60 74.6
68.3 2,292.00 487.7 1,735.80 68.6
66.9 1,986.40 378.2 1,548.20 60.1

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