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Population for Rhode Island : 1,052,471

Total Males: 508,521
Total Females: 543,950
Median Household Income: $56,102
Total Households: 410,639

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Estimated crime in Rhode Island



National or state crime


Violent crime

Year Population Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery
2004 10,79,916 2,673 26 320 731
2005 10,73,579 2,710 34 323 776
2006 10,67,610 2,460 27 289 740
2007 10,57,832 2,424 19 258 760
2008 10,50,788 2,656 31 282 880
2009 10,53,209 2,678 32 296 785
2010 10,52,528 2,709 29 298 782
2011 10,50,646 2,586 20 319 744
2012 10,50,304 2,657 36 292 715
2013 10,53,354 2,710 31 333 449 683
2014 10,55,173 2,313 25 253 361 529

Property crime

Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-theft Motor vehicle theft
1,596 31,166 5,465 21,623 4,078
1,577 29,287 5,319 19,567 4,401
1,404 27,914 5,453 18,852 3,609
1,387 27,576 5,206 19,175 3,195
1,463 29,895 5,766 20,926 3,203
1,565 27,558 5,753 19,403 2,402
1,600 26,959 6,124 18,432 2,403
1,503 27,976 6,836 18,765 2,375
1,614 27,039 5,929 18,478 2,632
1,547 25,741 5,621 17,881 2,239
1,398 22,935 4,823 16,279 1,833


Crime rate per 100,000 population


Violent crime

Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate
247.5 2.4 29.6 67.7
252 3.2 30.1 72.3
230.4 2.5 27.1 69.3
229.1 1.8 24.4 71.8
252.8 3 26.8 83.7
254.3 3 28.1 74.5
257.4 2.8 28.3 74.3
246.1 1.9 30.4 70.8
253 3.4 27.8 68.1
257.3 2.9 31.6 42.6 64.8
219.2 2.4 24 34.2 50.1

Property crime

Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-theft rate Motor vehicle theft rate
147.8 2,886.00 506.1 2,002.30 377.6
146.9 2,728.00 495.4 1,823.00 410
131.5 2,614.60 510.8 1,765.80 338
131.1 2,606.80 492.1 1,812.70 302
139.2 2,845.00 548.7 1,991.50 304.8
148.6 2,616.60 546.2 1,842.30 228.1
152 2,561.40 581.8 1,751.20 228.3
143.1 2,662.70 650.6 1,786.00 226.1
153.7 2,574.40 564.5 1,759.30 250.6
146.9 2,443.70 533.6 1,697.50 212.6
132.5 2,173.60 457.1 1,542.80 173.7

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