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Population for Utah : 2,766,233

Total Males: 1,389,986
Total Females: 1,376,247
Median Household Income: $58,164
Total Households: 880,873

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Estimated crime in Utah



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 24,20,708 5,647 46 967 1,236
2005 24,90,334 5,612 56 920 1,095
2006 25,50,063 5,771 51 891 1,242
2007 26,45,330 6,347 59 935 1,425
2008 27,36,424 6,165 41 915 1,421
2009 27,84,572 5,998 39 941 1,304
2010 27,75,479 5,925 53 983 1,269
2011 28,14,347 5,547 50 901 1,079
2012 28,54,871 5,939 52 975 1,105
2013 29,02,787 6,644 51 926 1,522 1,247
2014 29,42,902 6,346 67 945 1,454 1,312

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
3,398 97,762 15,225 74,889 7,648
3,541 95,546 14,971 72,082 8,493
3,587 89,572 14,721 66,480 8,371
3,928 93,082 15,594 68,573 8,915
3,788 92,373 14,766 70,299 7,308
3,714 91,751 15,258 69,556 6,937
3,620 88,316 15,095 67,242 5,979
3,517 84,084 13,170 64,727 6,187
3,807 86,284 13,095 67,157 6,032
3,824 88,334 13,727 67,115 7,492
3,513 84,711 11,518 65,895 7,298


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
233.3 1.9 39.9 51.1
225 2.2 36.9 44
226.3 2 34.9 48.7
239.9 2.2 35.3 53.9
225.3 1.5 33.4 51.9
215.4 1.4 33.8 46.8
213.5 1.9 35.4 45.7
197.1 1.8 32 38.3
208 1.8 34.2 38.7
228.9 1.8 31.9 52.4 43
215.6 2.3 32.1 49.4 44.6

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
140.4 4,038.60 628.9 3,093.70 315.9
142.2 3,837.00 601.2 2,894.00 341
140.7 3,512.50 577.3 2,607.00 328.3
148.5 3,518.70 589.5 2,592.20 337
138.4 3,375.70 539.6 2,569.00 267.1
133.4 3,295.00 547.9 2,497.90 249.1
130.4 3,182.00 543.9 2,422.70 215.4
125 2,987.70 468 2,299.90 219.8
133.4 3,022.30 458.7 2,352.40 211.3
131.7 3,043.10 472.9 2,312.10 258.1
119.4 2,878.50 391.4 2,239.10 248

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