Larceny theft rate in the U.S. in 2017, by state

Larceny theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, by state

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2019
Larceny theft rate in the U.S. in 2017, by state This statistic shows the larceny theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, District of Columbia was ranked first with 3,650.4 cases of larceny theft per 100,000 inhabitants in the U.S.
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Larceny theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, by state

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Larceny theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants
District of Columbia 3,650.4
New Mexico 2,519.9
Alaska 2,402.7
Louisiana 2,401.3
South Carolina 2,289.1
Washington 2,194.4
Oregon 2,145.3
Arkansas 2,109.5
Arizona 2,107
Utah 2,092.1
Tennessee 2,088.3
Georgia 2,077.4
Hawaii 2,071.7
Kansas 2,053.3
Alabama 2,048.1
Missouri 2,016
Montana 2,000.8
Colorado 1,904.9
Delaware 1,885.6
Florida 1,884.5
Texas 1,848.5
Oklahoma 1,836.9
North Carolina 1,760.9
Mississippi 1,750.6
Ohio 1,743
Indiana 1,733.8
United States 1,694.4
Minnesota 1,675.7
Nebraska 1,666
California 1,623.9
Maryland 1,609.7
North Dakota 1,573.6
Nevada 1,516.4
Illinois 1,508.8
Iowa 1,468.6
Virginia 1,454.7
Kentucky 1,445.7
Wyoming 1,421
South Dakota 1,405.9
Wisconsin 1,341.3
Connecticut 1,318.5
Rhode Island 1,308.1
Pennsylvania 1,297.7
New York 1,270.3
West Virginia 1,266.6
Michigan 1,245.7
Maine 1,198.1
Idaho 1,181.1
New Jersey 1,155.1
New Hampshire 1,122
Vermont 1,108.3
Massachusetts 1,078
Larceny theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants
District of Columbia 3,650.4
New Mexico 2,519.9
Alaska 2,402.7
Louisiana 2,401.3
South Carolina 2,289.1
Washington 2,194.4
Oregon 2,145.3
Arkansas 2,109.5
Arizona 2,107
Utah 2,092.1
Tennessee 2,088.3
Georgia 2,077.4
Hawaii 2,071.7
Kansas 2,053.3
Alabama 2,048.1
Missouri 2,016
Montana 2,000.8
Colorado 1,904.9
Delaware 1,885.6
Florida 1,884.5
Texas 1,848.5
Oklahoma 1,836.9
North Carolina 1,760.9
Mississippi 1,750.6
Ohio 1,743
Indiana 1,733.8
United States 1,694.4
Minnesota 1,675.7
Nebraska 1,666
California 1,623.9
Maryland 1,609.7
North Dakota 1,573.6
Nevada 1,516.4
Illinois 1,508.8
Iowa 1,468.6
Virginia 1,454.7
Kentucky 1,445.7
Wyoming 1,421
South Dakota 1,405.9
Wisconsin 1,341.3
Connecticut 1,318.5
Rhode Island 1,308.1
Pennsylvania 1,297.7
New York 1,270.3
West Virginia 1,266.6
Michigan 1,245.7
Maine 1,198.1
Idaho 1,181.1
New Jersey 1,155.1
New Hampshire 1,122
Vermont 1,108.3
Massachusetts 1,078
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 29, 2019
This statistic shows the larceny theft rate per 100,000 inhabitants in the United States in 2017, by state. In 2017, District of Columbia was ranked first with 3,650.4 cases of larceny theft per 100,000 inhabitants in the U.S.
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