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Population for Nevada : 2,704,204

Total Males: 1,365,496
Total Females: 1,338,708
Median Household Income: $54,083
Total Households: 992,896

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Estimated crime in Nevada



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 23,32,898 14,379 172 954 4,905
2005 24,12,301 14,654 206 1,016 4,702
2006 24,95,529 18,687 226 1,092 7,038
2007 25,65,382 19,365 193 1,096 6,938
2008 26,00,167 18,973 165 1,106 6,486
2009 26,43,085 18,639 156 1,024 6,028
2010 27,04,283 17,929 158 965 5,298
2011 27,20,028 15,452 139 913 4,308
2012 27,54,354 16,763 124 931 4,918
2013 27,91,494 16,888 163 1,090 1,482 5,183
2014 28,39,099 18,045 170 995 1,357 5,954

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
8,348 98,215 23,142 52,438 22,635
8,730 1,02,424 23,481 52,012 26,931
10,331 1,02,338 24,902 50,429 27,007
11,138 97,118 24,911 49,844 22,363
11,216 90,006 24,254 49,814 15,938
11,431 80,976 22,115 46,463 12,398
11,508 75,004 22,286 42,533 10,185
10,092 70,075 20,342 40,156 9,577
10,790 77,510 22,120 45,372 10,018
10,060 79,177 23,047 46,132 9,998
10,564 74,538 21,927 42,426 10,185


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
616.4 7.4 40.9 210.3
608 8.5 42.1 194.9
748.8 9.1 43.8 282
754.9 7.5 42.7 270.4
729.7 6.3 42.5 249.4
705.2 5.9 38.7 228.1
663 5.8 35.7 195.9
568.1 5.1 33.6 158.4
608.6 4.5 33.8 178.6
605 5.8 39 53.1 185.7
635.6 6 35 47.8 209.7

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
357.8 4,210.00 992 2,247.80 970.3
361.9 4,246.00 973.4 2,156.00 1,116.00
414 4,100.90 997.9 2,020.80 1,082.20
434.2 3,785.70 971 1,942.90 871.7
431.4 3,461.50 932.8 1,915.80 613
432.5 3,063.70 836.7 1,757.90 469.1
425.5 2,773.50 824.1 1,572.80 376.6
371 2,576.30 747.9 1,476.30 352.1
391.7 2,814.10 803.1 1,647.30 363.7
360.4 2,836.40 825.6 1,652.60 358.2
372.1 2,625.40 772.3 1,494.30 358.7

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