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Population for West Virginia : 1,850,481

Total Males: 911,142
Total Females: 939,339
Median Household Income: $40,400
Total Households: 742,674

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Estimated crime in West Virginia



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 18,12,548 5,110 68 346 774
2005 18,14,083 4,968 82 335 816
2006 18,18,470 5,113 80 404 853
2007 18,12,035 5,016 65 388 847
2008 18,14,468 5,006 67 389 896
2009 18,19,777 5,554 84 470 914
2010 18,54,368 5,586 58 362 776
2011 18,54,908 5,497 87 372 802
2012 18,56,680 5,943 70 415 835
2013 18,53,595 5,657 62 367 700 653
2014 18,50,326 5,588 74 285 505 651

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
3,922 46,326 10,994 31,566 3,766
3,735 47,757 11,334 32,603 3,820
3,776 47,941 11,579 32,305 4,057
3,716 45,620 10,822 31,321 3,477
3,654 45,971 10,840 31,967 3,164
4,086 46,215 12,005 31,453 2,757
4,390 41,301 10,778 28,104 2,419
4,236 39,009 10,245 26,656 2,108
4,623 44,500 11,466 30,800 2,234
4,242 39,929 9,908 28,055 1,966
4,358 37,648 8,973 26,779 1,896


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
281.9 3.8 19.1 42.7
274 4.5 18.5 45
281.2 4.4 22.2 46.9
276.8 3.6 21.4 46.7
275.9 3.7 21.4 49.4
305.2 4.6 25.8 50.2
301.2 3.1 19.5 41.8
296.3 4.7 20.1 43.2
320.1 3.8 22.4 45
305.2 3.3 19.8 37.8 35.2
302 4 15.4 27.3 35.2

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
216.4 2,555.80 606.5 1,741.50 207.8
205.9 2,633.00 624.8 1,797.00 211
207.6 2,636.30 636.7 1,776.50 223.1
205.1 2,517.60 597.2 1,728.50 191.9
201.4 2,533.60 597.4 1,761.80 174.4
224.5 2,539.60 659.7 1,728.40 151.5
236.7 2,227.20 581.2 1,515.60 130.4
228.4 2,103.00 552.3 1,437.10 113.6
249 2,396.80 617.6 1,658.90 120.3
228.9 2,154.10 534.5 1,513.50 106.1
235.5 2,034.70 484.9 1,447.30 102.5

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