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Population for New Jersey : 8,793,888

Total Males: 4,283,189
Total Females: 4,510,699
Median Household Income: $71,637
Total Households: 3,186,878

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Estimated crime in New Jersey



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 86,85,166 30,943 392 1,331 13,076
2005 87,03,150 30,919 417 1,208 13,215
2006 87,24,560 30,550 427 1,201 13,360
2007 86,85,920 28,544 381 1,032 12,567
2008 86,82,661 28,351 376 1,122 12,701
2009 87,07,739 27,113 319 1,041 11,639
2010 87,99,593 27,055 371 981 11,818
2011 88,34,773 27,203 380 1,006 12,209
2012 88,67,749 25,727 388 1,035 11,385
2013 89,11,502 25,748 404 861 1,189 12,084
2014 89,38,175 23,346 349 953 1,274 10,498

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
16,144 2,11,313 41,030 1,39,977 30,306
16,079 2,03,391 38,980 1,36,728 27,683
15,562 1,98,820 39,384 1,34,687 24,749
14,564 1,92,338 37,234 1,33,145 21,959
14,152 1,99,127 40,402 1,38,545 20,180
14,114 1,80,752 36,945 1,28,303 15,504
13,885 1,83,042 38,732 1,28,754 15,556
13,608 1,89,719 43,238 1,29,066 17,415
12,919 1,81,481 42,338 1,22,662 16,481
12,071 1,67,634 35,883 1,18,005 13,746
11,225 1,54,993 31,710 1,11,578 11,705


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
356.3 4.5 15.3 150.6
355 4.8 13.9 151.8
350.2 4.9 13.8 153.1
328.6 4.4 11.9 144.7
326.5 4.3 12.9 146.3
311.4 3.7 12 133.7
307.5 4.2 11.1 134.3
307.9 4.3 11.4 138.2
290.1 4.4 11.7 128.4
288.9 4.5 9.7 13.3 135.6
261.2 3.9 10.7 14.3 117.5

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
185.9 2,433.00 472.4 1,611.70 348.9
184.7 2,337.00 447.9 1,571.00 318
178.4 2,278.90 451.4 1,543.80 283.7
167.7 2,214.40 428.7 1,532.90 252.8
163 2,293.40 465.3 1,595.70 232.4
162.1 2,075.80 424.3 1,473.40 178
157.8 2,080.10 440.2 1,463.20 176.8
154 2,147.40 489.4 1,460.90 197.1
145.7 2,046.50 477.4 1,383.20 185.9
135.5 1,881.10 402.7 1,324.20 154.3
125.6 1,734.10 354.8 1,248.30 131

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