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Population for New Mexico : 2,055,287

Total Males: 1,015,710
Total Females: 1,039,577
Median Household Income: $44,886
Total Households: 763,844

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Estimated crime in New Mexico



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 19,03,006 13,081 169 1,039 2,062
2005 19,25,985 12,448 144 1,041 1,893
2006 19,54,599 12,797 134 1,073 2,095
2007 19,69,915 13,311 183 1,028 2,323
2008 19,84,356 12,967 161 1,118 2,151
2009 20,09,671 12,709 198 1,069 1,932
2010 20,65,913 12,147 140 959 1,616
2011 20,78,674 11,904 158 856 1,720
2012 20,83,540 11,660 116 957 1,847
2013 20,86,895 12,990 123 1,135 1,565 1,832
2014 20,85,572 12,459 101 1,071 1,475 2,086

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
9,811 79,895 19,924 52,069 7,902
9,370 79,575 20,939 50,707 7,929
9,495 76,000 20,906 45,864 9,230
9,777 75,168 20,823 45,442 8,903
9,537 75,718 20,706 46,995 8,017
9,510 74,639 21,955 46,182 6,502
9,432 70,776 21,023 44,503 5,250
9,170 73,549 21,419 46,730 5,400
8,740 75,094 21,384 48,247 5,463
9,470 78,958 21,828 51,146 5,984
8,797 73,877 18,505 49,082 6,290


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
687.4 8.9 54.6 108.4
646 7.5 54.1 98.3
654.7 6.9 54.9 107.2
675.7 9.3 52.2 117.9
653.5 8.1 56.3 108.4
632.4 9.9 53.2 96.1
588 6.8 46.4 78.2
572.7 7.6 41.2 82.7
559.6 5.6 45.9 88.6
622.5 5.9 54.4 75 87.8
597.4 4.8 51.4 70.7 100

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
515.6 4,198.40 1,047.00 2,736.10 415.2
486.5 4,132.00 1,087.20 2,633.00 412
485.8 3,888.30 1,069.60 2,346.50 472.2
496.3 3,815.80 1,057.10 2,306.80 451.9
480.6 3,815.70 1,043.50 2,368.30 404
473.2 3,714.00 1,092.50 2,298.00 323.5
456.6 3,425.90 1,017.60 2,154.20 254.1
441.1 3,538.30 1,030.40 2,248.10 259.8
419.5 3,604.20 1,026.30 2,315.60 262.2
453.8 3,783.50 1,046.00 2,450.80 286.7
421.8 3,542.30 887.3 2,353.40 301.6

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