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Population for Vermont : 625,498

Total Males: 308,429
Total Females: 317,069
Median Household Income: $54,168
Total Households: 256,830

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Below is a list of all cities in the state of Vermont. Choosing a city will return a list of all people located within that city by last names, in alphabetical order. After choosing a person, potential family relatives will also be available.





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Estimated crime in Vermont



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 6,21,233 713 16 160 78
2005 6,22,387 782 8 153 76
2006 6,23,908 905 14 173 114
2007 6,21,254 802 13 128 79
2008 6,21,270 854 17 133 93
2009 6,21,760 837 8 132 111
2010 6,25,909 820 7 141 76
2011 6,26,592 925 11 146 99
2012 6,25,953 891 8 131 114
2013 6,26,855 775 10 113 136 75
2014 6,26,562 622 10 99 110 70

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
459 14,559 3,435 10,537 587
545 14,749 3,185 10,894 670
604 14,920 3,443 10,857 620
582 14,702 3,200 10,853 649
611 15,903 3,515 11,802 586
586 15,010 3,471 11,090 449
596 14,160 3,348 10,373 439
669 15,086 3,838 10,720 528
638 15,653 4,179 11,014 460
554 13,882 3,352 10,193 337
432 9,551 2,034 7,273 244


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
114.8 2.6 25.8 12.6
126 1.3 24.6 12.2
145.1 2.2 27.7 18.3
129.1 2.1 20.6 12.7
137.5 2.7 21.4 15
134.6 1.3 21.2 17.9
131 1.1 22.5 12.1
147.6 1.8 23.3 15.8
142.3 1.3 20.9 18.2
123.6 1.6 18 21.7 12
99.3 1.6 15.8 17.6 11.2

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
73.9 2,343.60 552.9 1,696.10 94.5
87.6 2,370.00 511.7 1,750.00 108
96.8 2,391.40 551.8 1,740.20 99.4
93.7 2,366.50 515.1 1,747.00 104.5
98.3 2,559.80 565.8 1,899.70 94.3
94.2 2,414.10 558.3 1,783.60 72.2
95.2 2,262.30 534.9 1,657.30 70.1
106.8 2,407.60 612.5 1,710.80 84.3
101.9 2,500.70 667.6 1,759.60 73.5
88.4 2,214.50 534.7 1,626.10 53.8
68.9 1,524.40 324.6 1,160.80 38.9

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