Michigan Burglaries 1979-2018

Interactive chart of the Michigan burglary rate (i.e. the number of burglaries per 100,000 population) from 1979 to 2018.
  • The Michigan burglary rate for 2018 was 316.64 per 100,000 population, a 11.84% decline from 2017.
  • The Michigan burglary rate for 2017 was 359.18 per 100,000 population, a 10.21% decline from 2016.
  • The Michigan burglary rate for 2016 was 400.04 per 100,000 population, a 1.73% decline from 2015.
  • The Michigan burglary rate for 2015 was 407.1 per 100,000 population, a 8.93% decline from 2014.
Data Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation - Crime in the U.S.

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All 50 States Ranked
State Name Population Rate
New Mexico 2,095,428 767.77
Mississippi 2,986,530 697.77
Oklahoma 3,943,079 681.14
Louisiana 4,659,978 668.07
Arkansas 3,013,825 636.83
North Carolina 10,383,620 599.89
Alabama 4,887,871 590.05
Nevada 3,034,392 584.73
South Carolina 5,084,127 579.71
Alaska 737,438 539.57
Washington State 7,535,591 533.48
Tennessee 6,770,010 489.39
Missouri 6,126,452 444.91
Arizona 7,171,646 439.68
Georgia 10,519,475 431.29
Kansas 2,911,505 430.60
California 39,557,045 416.19
Ohio 11,689,442 412.22
Texas 28,701,845 410.81
Hawaii 1,420,491 396.41
Oregon 4,190,713 389.05
Kentucky 4,468,402 384.70
Indiana 6,691,878 377.59
Colorado 5,695,564 375.22
North Dakota 760,077 358.38
Iowa 3,156,145 352.55
Florida 21,299,325 337.72
Delaware 967,171 326.52
Michigan 9,995,915 316.64
Utah 3,161,105 315.33
Maryland 6,042,718 312.64
Illinois 12,741,080 306.72
Montana 1,062,305 306.60
West Virginia 1,805,832 296.48
South Dakota 882,235 291.42
Minnesota 5,611,179 288.44
Idaho 1,754,208 281.61
Nebraska 1,929,268 271.92
Rhode Island 1,057,315 265.77
Wyoming 577,737 263.96
District Of Columbia 702,455 254.54
Wisconsin 5,813,568 242.52
Vermont 626,299 234.23
Connecticut 3,572,665 222.47
New Jersey 8,908,520 215.88
Pennsylvania 12,807,060 211.63
Maine 1,338,404 202.70
Massachusetts 6,902,149 200.84
Virginia 8,517,685 182.84
New York 19,542,209 159.33
New Hampshire 1,356,458 136.16
Historical
Year Michigan United States
2018 316.64 376.00
2017 359.18 429.67
2016 400.04 468.89
2015 407.10 494.73
2014 447.02 537.19
2013 568.35 610.48
2012 663.39 672.22
2011 706.25 701.29
2010 752.70 701.02
2009 762.77 717.68
2008 747.61 733.04
2007 747.36 726.14
2006 755.90 733.13
2005 698.23 726.95
2004 635.71 730.26
2003 677.58 741.03
2002 706.65 747.03
2001 719.93 741.82
2000 702.22 728.80
1999 777.96 770.37
1998 837.82 863.18
1997 825.93 919.04
1996 895.43 945.00
1995 909.75 986.97
1994 967.24 1,042.06
1994 1,292.36 1,042.06
1993 1,285.85 1,099.69
1993 982.73 1,099.69
1992 1,282.82 1,168.45
1992 1,041.19 1,168.45
1991 1,186.23 1,252.08
1991 1,331.94 1,252.08
1990 1,143.32 1,232.20
1990 1,251.20 1,232.20
1989 1,224.84 1,283.60
1989 1,145.29 1,283.60
1988 1,314.56 1,316.19
1988 1,280.97 1,316.19
1987 1,452.20 1,335.67
1987 1,201.41 1,335.67
1986 1,509.46 1,349.84
1986 1,075.89 1,349.84
1985 1,021.85 1,291.74
1985 1,527.20 1,291.74
1984 980.14 1,265.53
1984 1,644.18 1,265.53
1983 1,691.90 1,338.73
1983 1,023.54 1,338.73
1982 1,183.85 1,487.97
1982 1,813.10 1,487.97
1981 1,170.51 1,647.17
1981 1,862.09 1,647.17
1980 1,741.28 1,684.14
1980 1,179.06 1,684.14
1979 973.73 1,511.91
1979 1,507.45 1,511.91