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Population for Minnesota : 5,313,081

Total Males: 2,638,499
Total Females: 2,674,582
Median Household Income: $59,126
Total Households: 2,101,875

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Estimated crime in Minnesota



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 50,96,546 13,751 113 2,123 4,070
2005 51,26,739 15,243 115 2,258 4,724
2006 51,67,101 16,042 126 1,645 5,441
2007 51,97,621 15,054 116 1,873 4,770
2008 52,20,393 13,853 110 1,805 4,179
2009 52,66,214 12,874 74 1,789 3,619
2010 53,10,658 12,515 96 1,798 3,388
2011 53,47,299 12,323 75 2,113 3,385
2012 53,79,646 12,419 99 1,638 3,475
2013 54,22,060 12,710 114 1,453 2,014 3,674
2014 54,57,173 12,505 88 1,452 2,001 3,687

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
7,445 1,55,019 28,048 1,13,453 13,518
8,146 1,58,301 29,716 1,14,304 14,281
8,830 1,59,276 30,306 1,15,693 13,277
8,295 1,58,257 29,717 1,15,892 12,648
7,759 1,49,517 26,558 1,12,764 10,195
7,392 1,39,286 25,580 1,05,160 8,546
7,233 1,36,431 24,415 1,03,429 8,587
6,750 1,36,183 25,681 1,02,354 8,148
7,207 1,38,152 25,378 1,04,316 8,458
6,908 1,31,193 22,713 1,00,514 7,966
6,729 1,25,377 20,773 96,237 8,367


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
269.8 2.2 41.7 79.9
297 2.2 44 92.1
310.5 2.4 31.8 105.3
289.6 2.2 36 91.8
265.4 2.1 34.6 80.1
244.5 1.4 34 68.7
235.7 1.8 33.9 63.8
230.5 1.4 39.5 63.3
230.9 1.8 30.4 64.6
234.4 2.1 26.8 37.1 67.8
229.1 1.6 26.6 36.7 67.6

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
146.1 3,041.60 550.3 2,226.10 265.2
158.9 3,088.00 579.6 2,230.00 279
170.9 3,082.50 586.5 2,239.00 257
159.6 3,044.80 571.7 2,229.70 243.3
148.6 2,864.10 508.7 2,160.10 195.3
140.4 2,644.90 485.7 1,996.90 162.3
136.2 2,569.00 459.7 1,947.60 161.7
126.2 2,546.80 480.3 1,914.10 152.4
134 2,568.10 471.7 1,939.10 157.2
127.4 2,419.60 418.9 1,853.80 146.9
123.3 2,297.50 380.7 1,763.50 153.3

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