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Population for Wyoming : 562,803

Total Males: 286,644
Total Females: 276,159
Median Household Income: $56,573
Total Households: 221,479

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Estimated crime in Wyoming



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 5,05,887 1,163 11 112 67
2005 5,08,798 1,172 14 122 78
2006 5,15,004 1,307 13 151 72
2007 5,22,830 1,344 21 172 84
2008 5,32,668 1,330 12 185 87
2009 5,44,270 1,196 11 172 78
2010 5,64,554 1,117 8 162 77
2011 5,67,356 1,245 18 146 71
2012 5,76,626 1,161 14 154 61
2013 5,83,223 1,212 17 144 204 74
2014 5,84,153 1,142 16 126 174 53

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
973 16,889 2,738 13,352 799
958 16,070 2,426 12,905 739
1,071 15,381 2,322 12,255 804
1,067 15,053 2,365 11,875 813
1,046 14,515 2,198 11,584 733
935 14,243 2,176 11,310 757
870 13,869 2,151 11,126 592
1,010 12,878 1,864 10,493 521
932 13,222 2,125 10,513 584
917 12,809 1,956 10,275 578
899 11,477 1,689 9,185 603


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
229.9 2.2 22.1 13.2
230 2.8 24 15.3
253.8 2.5 29.3 14
257.1 4 32.9 16.1
249.7 2.3 34.7 16.3
219.7 2 31.6 14.3
197.9 1.4 28.7 13.6
219.4 3.2 25.7 12.5
201.3 2.4 26.7 10.6
207.8 2.9 24.7 35 12.7
195.5 2.7 21.6 29.8 9.1

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
192.3 3,338.50 541.2 2,639.30 157.9
188.3 3,158.00 476.8 2,536.00 145
208 2,986.60 450.9 2,379.60 156.1
204.1 2,879.10 452.3 2,271.30 155.5
196.4 2,725.00 412.6 2,174.70 137.6
171.8 2,616.90 399.8 2,078.00 139.1
154.1 2,456.60 381 1,970.80 104.9
178 2,269.80 328.5 1,849.50 91.8
161.6 2,293.00 368.5 1,823.20 101.3
157.2 2,196.20 335.4 1,761.80 99.1
153.9 1,964.70 289.1 1,572.40 103.2

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