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Population for New Hampshire : 1,317,474

Total Males: 650,048
Total Females: 667,426
Median Household Income: $64,925
Total Households: 516,845

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Estimated crime in New Hampshire



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 12,99,169 2,202 17 466 500
2005 13,06,819 1,761 19 406 365
2006 13,14,895 1,785 13 295 435
2007 13,15,828 1,896 12 357 451
2008 13,15,809 2,054 14 385 421
2009 13,24,575 2,125 11 399 454
2010 13,16,807 2,204 13 411 450
2011 13,17,807 2,864 16 581 509
2012 13,21,617 2,841 15 486 471
2013 13,22,616 2,952 21 522 778 647
2014 13,26,813 2,602 12 458 594 537

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
1,219 26,658 4,979 19,723 1,956
971 24,031 4,192 18,493 1,346
1,042 26,060 4,395 20,179 1,486
1,076 26,394 5,074 19,909 1,411
1,234 28,387 4,266 22,714 1,407
1,261 28,790 4,915 22,748 1,127
1,330 29,230 5,444 22,789 997
1,758 32,756 6,244 25,398 1,114
1,869 32,074 5,988 25,024 1,062
1,506 29,278 4,979 23,355 944
1,459 26,041 4,162 21,022 857


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
169.5 1.3 35.9 38.5
135 1.5 31.1 27.9
138.8 1 22.4 33.1
144.1 0.9 27.1 34.3
156.1 1.1 29.3 32
160.4 0.8 30.1 34.3
167.4 1 31.2 34.2
217.3 1.2 44.1 38.6
215 1.1 36.8 35.6
223.2 1.6 39.5 58.8 48.9
196.1 0.9 34.5 44.8 40.5

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
93.8 2,051.90 383.2 1,518.10 150.6
74.3 1,839.00 320.8 1,415.00 103
79.2 1,981.90 334.2 1,534.60 113
81.8 2,005.90 385.6 1,513.00 107.2
93.8 2,157.40 324.2 1,726.20 106.9
95.2 2,173.50 371.1 1,717.40 85.1
101 2,219.80 413.4 1,730.60 75.7
133.4 2,485.60 473.8 1,927.30 84.5
141.4 2,426.90 453.1 1,893.40 80.4
113.9 2,213.60 376.5 1,765.80 71.4
110 1,962.70 313.7 1,584.40 64.6

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