Michigan Crime Rate 1979-2018

Interactive chart of Michigan violent crime rate and statistics by year from 1979 to 2018. In the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, violent crime statistics are composed of four offenses: murder/homicide and nonnegligent manslaughter, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. Violent crimes are defined in the UCR Program as those offenses which involve force or threat of force.
  • The Michigan crime rate for 2018 was 449.36 per 100,000 population, a 0.12% decline from 2017.
  • The Michigan crime rate for 2017 was 449.89 per 100,000 population, a 2.39% decline from 2016.
  • The Michigan crime rate for 2016 was 460.89 per 100,000 population, a 9.58% increase from 2015.
  • The Michigan crime rate for 2015 was 420.58 per 100,000 population, a 1.99% 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
District Of Columbia 702,455 995.94
Alaska 737,438 884.96
New Mexico 2,095,428 856.58
Tennessee 6,770,010 623.72
Arkansas 3,013,825 543.63
Nevada 3,034,392 541.13
Louisiana 4,659,978 537.53
Alabama 4,887,871 519.63
Missouri 6,126,452 502.05
South Carolina 5,084,127 488.28
Arizona 7,171,646 474.90
Maryland 6,042,718 468.66
Oklahoma 3,943,079 466.13
Michigan 9,995,915 449.36
California 39,557,045 447.41
Kansas 2,911,505 439.02
Delaware 967,171 423.61
Texas 28,701,845 410.87
South Dakota 882,235 404.65
Illinois 12,741,080 404.13
Colorado 5,695,564 397.22
Florida 21,299,325 384.89
Indiana 6,691,878 382.27
North Carolina 10,383,620 377.61
Montana 1,062,305 374.09
New York 19,542,209 350.50
Massachusetts 6,902,149 338.11
Georgia 10,519,475 326.58
Washington State 7,535,591 311.48
Pennsylvania 12,807,060 306.02
Wisconsin 5,813,568 295.45
West Virginia 1,805,832 289.95
Oregon 4,190,713 285.54
Nebraska 1,929,268 284.77
North Dakota 760,077 280.63
Ohio 11,689,442 279.94
Iowa 3,156,145 250.08
Hawaii 1,420,491 248.65
Mississippi 2,986,530 234.35
Utah 3,161,105 233.08
Idaho 1,754,208 227.05
Minnesota 5,611,179 220.43
Rhode Island 1,057,315 219.14
Wyoming 577,737 212.21
Kentucky 4,468,402 211.87
New Jersey 8,908,520 208.08
Connecticut 3,572,665 207.44
Virginia 8,517,685 199.96
New Hampshire 1,356,458 173.17
Vermont 626,299 171.96
Maine 1,338,404 112.15
Historical Violent Crime Rate per 100,000 Population
Year Michigan United States
2018 449.36 380.56
2017 449.89 394.86
2016 460.89 397.52
2015 420.58 373.74
2014 429.14 361.55
2013 452.17 369.13
2012 454.97 387.75
2011 442.76 387.06
2010 492.99 404.50
2009 499.76 431.88
2008 514.94 458.61
2007 533.82 471.77
2006 564.41 479.34
2005 553.78 469.04
2004 492.24 463.16
2003 511.29 475.84
2002 540.72 494.38
2001 553.89 504.52
2000 555.01 506.53
1999 574.92 522.95
1998 620.83 567.59
1997 589.96 610.98
1996 635.30 636.64
1995 687.82 684.46
1994 766.12 713.59
1994 493.71 713.59
1993 433.86 747.15
1993 791.53 747.15
1992 411.74 757.67
1992 770.08 757.67
1991 803.07 758.18
1991 389.08 758.18
1990 790.38 729.61
1990 340.35 729.61
1989 709.16 666.90
1989 311.18 666.90
1988 741.72 640.58
1988 325.24 640.58
1987 780.13 612.49
1987 269.75 612.49
1986 803.90 620.14
1986 274.13 620.14
1985 734.09 558.06
1985 270.91 558.06
1984 281.99 539.93
1984 760.10 539.93
1983 716.65 538.12
1983 280.44 538.12
1982 294.59 570.82
1982 656.56 570.82
1981 304.59 593.47
1981 641.87 593.47
1980 341.95 596.64
1980 639.50 596.64
1979 323.61 548.86
1979 614.23 548.86