Michigan Larceny Rate 1979-2018

Interactive chart of the Michigan larceny/theft rate (i.e. the number of thefts reported per 100,000 population) from 1979 to 2018.
  • The Michigan larceny/theft rate for 2018 was 1162.25 per 100,000 population, a 6.8% decline from 2017.
  • The Michigan larceny/theft rate for 2017 was 1247.04 per 100,000 population, a 4.89% decline from 2016.
  • The Michigan larceny/theft rate for 2016 was 1311.22 per 100,000 population, a 1.5% decline from 2015.
  • The Michigan larceny/theft rate for 2015 was 1331.14 per 100,000 population, a 3.75% 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 3,750.13
Louisiana 4,659,978 2,360.38
Alaska 737,438 2,219.03
New Mexico 2,095,428 2,166.14
South Carolina 5,084,127 2,156.04
Oregon 4,190,713 2,109.86
Hawaii 1,420,491 2,076.18
Washington State 7,535,591 2,045.40
Arkansas 3,013,825 2,040.16
Tennessee 6,770,010 2,034.09
Arizona 7,171,646 1,970.30
Alabama 4,887,871 1,958.87
Kansas 2,911,505 1,933.88
Montana 1,062,305 1,926.47
Colorado 5,695,564 1,915.86
Georgia 10,519,475 1,907.02
Missouri 6,126,452 1,878.75
Oklahoma 3,943,079 1,856.85
Delaware 967,171 1,845.28
Utah 3,161,105 1,817.72
Florida 21,299,325 1,750.85
North Carolina 10,383,620 1,724.42
Texas 28,701,845 1,713.14
Ohio 11,689,442 1,594.61
Indiana 6,691,878 1,572.68
California 39,557,045 1,571.84
Mississippi 2,986,530 1,561.24
Nebraska 1,929,268 1,555.30
Minnesota 5,611,179 1,524.83
Maryland 6,042,718 1,519.76
Illinois 12,741,080 1,472.33
Nevada 3,034,392 1,461.18
North Dakota 760,077 1,448.27
Wyoming 577,737 1,375.89
Virginia 8,517,685 1,356.39
Kentucky 4,468,402 1,348.22
South Dakota 882,235 1,264.52
Connecticut 3,572,665 1,251.84
Rhode Island 1,057,315 1,250.34
New York 19,542,209 1,213.95
Iowa 3,156,145 1,190.41
Pennsylvania 12,807,060 1,175.88
Wisconsin 5,813,568 1,168.87
Michigan 9,995,915 1,162.25
Maine 1,338,404 1,097.05
Idaho 1,754,208 1,067.83
New Jersey 8,908,520 1,065.13
West Virginia 1,805,832 1,049.60
New Hampshire 1,356,458 1,048.24
Vermont 626,299 1,008.46
Massachusetts 6,902,149 966.77
Historical
Year Michigan United States
2018 1,162.25 1,594.61
2017 1,247.04 1,695.54
2016 1,311.22 1,745.43
2015 1,331.14 1,783.59
2014 1,382.99 1,821.55
2013 1,513.35 1,901.90
2012 1,604.95 1,965.40
2011 1,586.20 1,974.11
2010 1,718.59 2,005.82
2009 1,791.70 2,064.48
2008 1,844.95 2,166.09
2007 1,899.25 2,185.37
2006 1,972.96 2,213.23
2005 1,921.52 2,287.79
2004 1,929.77 2,362.31
2003 2,068.34 2,416.46
2002 2,134.44 2,450.70
2001 2,265.66 2,485.75
2000 2,291.94 2,477.27
1999 2,396.15 2,550.70
1998 2,629.99 2,729.46
1997 2,832.65 2,891.80
1996 2,886.27 2,980.33
1995 2,939.70 3,043.23
1994 3,055.73 3,026.89
1994 2,645.97 3,026.89
1993 2,363.49 3,033.92
1993 3,063.23 3,033.92
1992 2,251.38 3,103.64
1992 3,173.53 3,103.64
1991 3,469.10 3,229.08
1991 2,213.46 3,229.08
1990 3,347.42 3,185.09
1990 2,070.02 3,185.09
1989 3,311.72 3,189.56
1989 1,879.66 3,189.56
1988 3,287.02 3,151.70
1988 1,820.25 3,151.70
1987 3,472.50 3,095.42
1987 1,806.97 3,095.42
1986 3,377.74 3,022.14
1986 1,844.95 3,022.14
1985 1,816.99 2,911.18
1985 3,277.15 2,911.18
1984 1,653.27 2,795.24
1984 3,285.86 2,795.24
1983 3,331.33 2,871.25
1983 1,762.04 2,871.25
1982 1,940.57 3,083.12
1982 3,623.13 3,083.12
1981 1,880.91 3,135.28
1981 3,714.87 3,135.28
1980 1,717.78 3,167.04
1980 3,710.22 3,167.04
1979 3,423.23 2,999.10
1979 1,496.51 2,999.10