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Population for Wisconsin : 5,687,219

Total Males: 2,822,271
Total Females: 2,864,948
Median Household Income: $52,627
Total Households: 2,286,339

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Estimated crime in Wisconsin



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 55,03,533 11,548 154 1,136 4,067
2005 55,27,644 13,367 206 1,135 4,555
2006 55,56,506 15,899 165 1,233 5,564
2007 56,01,640 16,330 185 1,227 5,480
2008 56,27,967 15,507 146 1,128 5,163
2009 56,54,774 14,650 146 1,118 4,904
2010 56,91,659 14,167 155 1,191 4,516
2011 57,09,843 14,268 138 1,190 4,600
2012 57,24,554 16,254 169 1,228 4,692
2013 57,42,953 16,118 163 1,308 1,836 4,834
2014 57,57,564 16,714 165 1,168 1,674 5,066

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
6,191 1,46,710 23,854 1,11,482 11,374
7,471 1,47,556 24,448 1,10,531 12,577
8,937 1,56,748 27,038 1,15,682 14,028
9,438 1,59,305 27,890 1,17,957 13,458
9,070 1,55,456 27,459 1,16,456 11,541
8,482 1,47,692 26,813 1,11,947 8,932
8,305 1,42,781 26,636 1,07,993 8,152
8,340 1,39,912 27,167 1,04,472 8,273
10,165 1,40,780 27,931 1,04,619 8,230
9,285 1,25,694 24,358 93,946 7,390
9,809 1,20,238 21,216 89,103 9,919


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
209.8 2.8 20.6 73.9
242 3.7 20.5 82.4
286.1 3 22.2 100.1
291.5 3.3 21.9 97.8
275.5 2.6 20 91.7
259.1 2.6 19.8 86.7
248.9 2.7 20.9 79.3
249.9 2.4 20.8 80.6
283.9 3 21.5 82
280.7 2.8 22.8 32 84.2
290.3 2.9 20.3 29.1 88

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
112.5 2,665.70 433.4 2,025.60 206.7
135.2 2,669.00 442.3 2,000.00 228
160.8 2,821.00 486.6 2,081.90 252.5
168.5 2,843.90 497.9 2,105.80 240.3
161.2 2,762.20 487.9 2,069.20 205.1
150 2,611.80 474.2 1,979.70 158
145.9 2,508.60 468 1,897.40 143.2
146.1 2,450.40 475.8 1,829.70 144.9
177.6 2,459.20 487.9 1,827.50 143.8
161.7 2,188.70 424.1 1,635.80 128.7
170.4 2,088.30 368.5 1,547.60 172.3

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