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Population for North Dakota : 676,253

Total Males: 342,030
Total Females: 334,223
Median Household Income: $51,641
Total Households: 282,667

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Estimated crime in North Dakota



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 6,36,308 558 8 177 43
2005 6,34,605 706 12 180 54
2006 6,35,867 1,255 14 241 75
2007 6,39,715 1,343 17 252 75
2008 6,41,481 1,441 11 331 73
2009 6,46,844 1,723 12 296 107
2010 6,74,629 1,548 10 245 90
2011 6,84,740 1,699 24 266 91
2012 7,01,345 1,723 25 279 127
2013 7,23,857 1,979 16 288 355 161
2014 7,39,482 1,960 22 276 358 173

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
330 12,493 2,040 9,516 937
460 12,848 2,043 9,732 1,073
925 13,359 2,601 9,672 1,086
999 12,796 2,314 9,500 982
1,026 13,029 2,336 9,782 911
1,308 12,813 2,426 9,474 913
1,203 12,010 2,000 9,137 873
1,318 13,334 2,458 9,891 985
1,292 14,297 2,429 10,687 1,181
1,447 15,356 2,979 10,942 1,435
1,407 15,605 2,707 11,384 1,514


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
87.7 1.3 27.8 6.8
111 1.9 28.4 8.5
197.4 2.2 37.9 11.8
209.9 2.7 39.4 11.7
224.6 1.7 51.6 11.4
266.4 1.9 45.8 16.5
229.5 1.5 36.3 13.3
248.1 3.5 38.8 13.3
245.7 3.6 39.8 18.1
273.4 2.2 39.8 49 22.2
265.1 3 37.3 48.4 23.4

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
51.9 1,963.40 320.6 1,495.50 147.3
72.5 2,025.00 321.9 1,534.00 169
145.5 2,100.90 409 1,521.10 170.8
156.2 2,000.30 361.7 1,485.00 153.5
159.9 2,031.10 364.2 1,524.90 142
202.2 1,980.80 375.1 1,464.60 141.1
178.3 1,780.20 296.5 1,354.40 129.4
192.5 1,947.30 359 1,444.50 143.9
184.2 2,038.50 346.3 1,523.80 168.4
199.9 2,121.40 411.5 1,511.60 198.2
190.3 2,110.30 366.1 1,539.50 204.7

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