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Population for Missouri : 5,982,413

Total Males: 2,929,988
Total Females: 3,052,425
Median Household Income: $47,333
Total Households: 2,358,270

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Estimated crime in Missouri



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 57,59,532 28,226 354 1,479 6,630
2005 57,97,703 30,477 402 1,625 7,196
2006 58,42,713 31,897 369 1,764 7,597
2007 58,78,415 32,962 367 1,785 7,728
2008 59,11,605 29,701 456 1,612 7,395
2009 59,87,580 29,513 387 1,606 7,437
2010 59,95,715 27,440 420 1,445 6,185
2011 60,08,984 26,888 366 1,469 6,275
2012 60,24,522 27,189 390 1,527 5,782
2013 60,44,917 26,216 369 1,679 2,305 5,486
2014 60,63,589 26,856 403 1,706 2,379 5,592

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
19,763 2,24,629 40,472 1,58,264 25,893
21,254 2,27,809 42,822 1,59,288 25,699
22,167 2,24,007 44,734 1,53,874 25,399
23,082 2,25,113 44,897 1,56,319 23,897
20,238 2,16,522 45,763 1,50,002 20,757
20,083 2,01,783 43,591 1,40,764 17,428
19,390 2,00,858 44,197 1,40,526 16,135
18,778 1,99,085 44,875 1,38,879 15,331
19,490 1,99,813 42,510 1,40,971 16,332
18,056 1,89,655 38,797 1,34,514 16,344
18,482 1,76,237 35,258 1,24,622 16,357


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
490.1 6.1 25.7 115.1
526 6.9 28 124.1
545.9 6.3 30.2 130
560.7 6.2 30.4 131.5
502.4 7.7 27.3 125.1
492.9 6.5 26.8 124.2
457.7 7 24.1 103.2
447.5 6.1 24.4 104.4
451.3 6.5 25.3 96
433.7 6.1 27.8 38.1 90.8
442.9 6.6 28.1 39.2 92.2

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
343.1 3,900.10 702.7 2,747.90 449.6
366.6 3,929.00 738.6 2,747.00 443
379.4 3,834.00 765.6 2,633.60 434.7
392.7 3,829.50 763.8 2,659.20 406.5
342.3 3,662.70 774.1 2,537.40 351.1
335.4 3,370.00 728 2,350.90 291.1
323.4 3,350.00 737.1 2,343.80 269.1
312.5 3,313.10 746.8 2,311.20 255.1
323.5 3,316.70 705.6 2,340.00 271.1
298.7 3,137.40 641.8 2,225.20 270.4
304.8 2,906.50 581.5 2,055.30 269.8

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