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Population for Washington : 6,738,714

Total Males: 3,360,046
Total Females: 3,378,668
Median Household Income: $59,374
Total Households: 2,619,995

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Estimated crime in Washington



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 62,07,046 21,330 190 2,857 5,866
2005 62,91,899 21,745 205 2,811 5,788
2006 63,95,798 22,303 197 2,748 6,424
2007 64,68,424 21,768 174 2,653 6,079
2008 65,49,224 21,888 193 2,653 6,419
2009 66,64,195 22,412 190 2,583 6,711
2010 67,42,950 21,138 154 2,579 5,929
2011 68,23,267 20,152 163 2,320 5,627
2012 68,95,318 20,553 217 2,250 5,801
2013 69,73,742 20,223 167 2,072 2,604 5,829
2014 70,61,530 20,136 174 2,171 2,695 5,640

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
12,417 3,00,837 60,632 1,96,972 43,233
12,941 3,07,661 60,343 1,98,031 49,287
12,934 2,88,456 58,843 1,83,179 46,434
12,862 2,61,776 52,874 1,70,782 38,120
12,623 2,49,283 53,136 1,67,013 29,134
12,928 2,45,215 53,047 1,68,421 23,747
12,476 2,49,426 55,192 1,68,490 25,744
12,042 2,44,209 56,561 1,62,828 24,820
12,285 2,54,377 61,376 1,66,338 26,663
11,623 2,59,139 58,487 1,72,227 28,425
11,627 2,61,706 55,290 1,75,769 30,647


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
343.6 3.1 46 94.5
346 3.3 44.7 92
348.7 3.1 43 100.4
336.5 2.7 41 94
334.2 2.9 40.5 98
336.3 2.9 38.8 100.7
313.5 2.3 38.2 87.9
295.3 2.4 34 82.5
298.1 3.1 32.6 84.1
290 2.4 29.7 37.3 83.6
285.2 2.5 30.7 38.2 79.9

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
200 4,846.70 976.8 3,173.40 696.5
205.7 4,890.00 959.1 3,147.00 783
202.2 4,510.10 920 2,864.10 726
198.8 4,047.00 817.4 2,640.20 589.3
192.7 3,806.30 811.3 2,550.10 444.8
194 3,679.60 796 2,527.30 356.3
185 3,699.10 818.5 2,498.80 381.8
176.5 3,579.10 828.9 2,386.40 363.8
178.2 3,689.10 890.1 2,412.30 386.7
166.7 3,715.90 838.7 2,469.60 407.6
164.7 3,706.10 783 2,489.10 434

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