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Population for Mississippi : 2,967,620

Total Males: 1,439,787
Total Females: 1,527,833
Median Household Income: $38,882
Total Households: 1,087,791

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Estimated crime in Mississippi



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 29,00,768 8,568 227 1,161 2,503
2005 29,08,496 8,131 214 1,147 2,405
2006 29,10,540 9,076 231 1,039 3,259
2007 29,18,785 8,502 202 1,033 2,896
2008 29,38,618 8,942 236 958 3,079
2009 29,51,996 8,451 194 991 2,969
2010 29,70,072 7,999 204 931 2,777
2011 29,77,457 8,009 232 863 2,496
2012 29,86,450 7,769 213 819 2,277
2013 29,92,206 8,303 217 726 1,024 2,413
2014 29,94,079 8,338 258 764 1,058 2,430

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
4,677 1,00,980 27,661 65,440 7,879
4,365 95,231 26,866 60,873 7,492
4,547 92,853 27,117 57,406 8,330
4,371 90,887 27,223 56,473 7,191
4,669 85,488 25,506 53,730 6,252
4,297 87,327 29,559 52,329 5,439
4,087 88,596 30,453 52,784 5,359
4,418 89,809 30,722 54,179 4,908
4,460 83,933 28,084 51,520 4,329
4,649 81,548 24,969 52,192 4,387
4,592 87,462 24,352 58,591 4,519


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
295.4 7.8 40 86.3
280 7.4 39.4 82.7
311.8 7.9 35.7 112
291.3 6.9 35.4 99.2
304.3 8 32.6 104.8
286.3 6.6 33.6 100.6
269.3 6.9 31.3 93.5
269 7.8 29 83.8
260.1 7.1 27.4 76.2
277.5 7.3 24.3 34.2 80.6
278.5 8.6 25.5 35.3 81.2

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
161.2 3,481.10 953.6 2,256.00 271.6
150.1 3,274.00 923.7 2,093.00 258
156.2 3,190.20 931.7 1,972.30 286.2
149.8 3,113.90 932.7 1,934.80 246.4
158.9 2,909.10 868 1,828.40 212.8
145.6 2,958.20 1,001.30 1,772.70 184.2
137.6 2,983.00 1,025.30 1,777.20 180.4
148.4 3,016.30 1,031.80 1,819.60 164.8
149.3 2,810.50 940.4 1,725.10 145
155.4 2,725.30 834.5 1,744.30 146.6
153.4 2,921.20 813.3 1,956.90 150.9

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