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Population for Oregon : 3,836,628

Total Males: 1,899,186
Total Females: 1,937,442
Median Household Income: $50,036
Total Households: 1,512,718

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Estimated crime in Oregon



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 35,91,363 10,724 90 1,283 2,751
2005 36,38,871 10,444 80 1,266 2,478
2006 37,00,758 10,534 88 1,219 2,711
2007 37,47,455 11,015 76 1,276 2,864
2008 37,90,060 9,909 87 1,183 2,656
2009 38,25,657 9,968 88 1,202 2,499
2010 38,38,332 9,648 96 1,239 2,421
2011 38,68,229 9,643 84 1,239 2,237
2012 38,99,801 9,638 91 1,159 2,419
2013 39,28,068 9,536 82 1,000 1,464 2,394
2014 39,70,239 9,224 81 1,052 1,458 2,093

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
6,600 1,66,475 30,072 1,17,868 18,535
6,620 1,60,199 27,621 1,13,316 19,262
6,516 1,37,858 24,324 98,897 14,637
6,799 1,32,773 22,979 95,157 14,637
5,983 1,25,169 21,115 92,677 11,377
6,179 1,14,780 19,739 85,064 9,977
5,892 1,16,657 20,035 87,494 9,128
6,083 1,21,869 20,704 92,059 9,106
5,969 1,26,417 22,051 94,114 10,252
5,596 1,25,083 20,808 94,363 9,912
5,592 1,14,305 17,230 87,526 9,549


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
298.6 2.5 35.7 76.6
287 2.2 34.8 68.1
284.6 2.4 32.9 73.3
293.9 2 34 76.4
261.4 2.3 31.2 70.1
260.6 2.3 31.4 65.3
251.4 2.5 32.3 63.1
249.3 2.2 32 57.8
247.1 2.3 29.7 62
242.8 2.1 25.5 37.3 60.9
232.3 2 26.5 36.7 52.7

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
183.8 4,635.40 837.3 3,282.00 516.1
181.9 4,402.00 759.1 3,114.00 529
176.1 3,725.10 657.3 2,672.30 395.5
181.4 3,543.00 613.2 2,539.20 390.6
157.9 3,302.60 557.1 2,445.30 300.2
161.5 3,000.30 516 2,223.50 260.8
153.5 3,039.30 522 2,279.50 237.8
157.3 3,150.50 535.2 2,379.90 235.4
153.1 3,241.60 565.4 2,413.30 262.9
142.5 3,184.30 529.7 2,402.30 252.3
140.8 2,879.00 434 2,204.60 240.5

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