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Population for South Dakota : 815,871

Total Males: 409,334
Total Females: 406,537
Median Household Income: $49,091
Total Households: 320,467

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Estimated crime in South Dakota



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 7,70,621 1,319 17 336 112
2005 7,74,883 1,387 18 377 145
2006 7,81,919 2,071 30 465 158
2007 7,96,214 1,926 31 433 118
2008 8,04,194 2,227 37 562 134
2009 8,12,383 1,777 30 501 117
2010 8,16,598 2,196 23 385 154
2011 8,23,593 2,105 20 503 167
2012 8,34,047 2,701 23 600 157
2013 8,45,510 2,733 18 454 507 156
2014 8,53,175 2,786 20 413 470 200

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
854 14,885 3,148 10,890 847
847 13,694 2,505 10,350 839
1,418 13,812 3,024 9,954 834
1,344 13,829 2,647 10,398 784
1,494 13,867 2,683 10,266 918
1,129 14,378 2,621 10,891 866
1,634 15,188 3,192 11,196 800
1,415 15,299 2,927 11,423 949
1,921 17,326 3,280 12,973 1,073
2,052 16,274 3,383 11,955 936
2,096 15,902 2,818 12,077 1,007


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
171.2 2.2 43.6 14.5
179 2.3 48.7 18.7
264.9 3.8 59.5 20.2
241.9 3.9 54.4 14.8
276.9 4.6 69.9 16.7
218.7 3.7 61.7 14.4
268.9 2.8 47.1 18.9
255.6 2.4 61.1 20.3
323.8 2.8 71.9 18.8
323.2 2.1 53.7 60 18.5
326.5 2.3 48.4 55.1 23.4

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
110.8 1,931.60 408.5 1,413.10 109.9
109.3 1,767.00 323.3 1,336.00 108
181.3 1,766.40 386.7 1,273.00 106.7
168.8 1,736.80 332.4 1,305.90 98.5
185.8 1,724.30 333.6 1,276.60 114.2
139 1,769.90 322.6 1,340.60 106.6
200.1 1,859.90 390.9 1,371.10 98
171.8 1,857.60 355.4 1,387.00 115.2
230.3 2,077.30 393.3 1,555.40 128.6
242.7 1,924.80 400.1 1,413.90 110.7
245.7 1,863.90 330.3 1,415.50 118

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