Michigan Motor Vehicle Thefts 1979-2018

Interactive chart of the Michigan motor vehicle theft rate (i.e. the number of motor vehicle thefts per 100,000 population) from 1979 to 2018.
  • The Michigan motor vehicle theft rate for 2018 was 174.58 per 100,000 population, a 11.12% decline from 2017.
  • The Michigan motor vehicle theft rate for 2017 was 196.42 per 100,000 population, a 3.71% decline from 2016.
  • The Michigan motor vehicle theft rate for 2016 was 203.98 per 100,000 population, a 7.62% increase from 2015.
  • The Michigan motor vehicle theft rate for 2015 was 189.53 per 100,000 population, a 11.44% 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
Alaska 737,438 541.88
New Mexico 2,095,428 485.77
Hawaii 1,420,491 397.68
Oregon 4,190,713 395.06
California 39,557,045 392.37
Nevada 3,034,392 392.30
Colorado 5,695,564 380.52
District Of Columbia 702,455 369.13
Washington State 7,535,591 367.28
Oklahoma 3,943,079 337.02
Missouri 6,126,452 323.43
Tennessee 6,770,010 301.91
South Carolina 5,084,127 281.90
Kansas 2,911,505 269.41
Alabama 4,887,871 268.26
Arizona 7,171,646 266.87
Montana 1,062,305 263.20
Nebraska 1,929,268 252.63
Louisiana 4,659,978 247.55
Utah 3,161,105 244.47
Texas 28,701,845 243.25
Arkansas 3,013,825 236.01
Georgia 10,519,475 235.37
North Dakota 760,077 233.53
Kentucky 4,468,402 229.63
Indiana 6,691,878 229.05
Connecticut 3,572,665 206.65
Maryland 6,042,718 200.85
Florida 21,299,325 193.27
Minnesota 5,611,179 180.50
Michigan 9,995,915 174.58
South Dakota 882,235 172.74
Ohio 11,689,442 170.32
North Carolina 10,383,620 169.81
Illinois 12,741,080 153.78
Delaware 967,171 152.61
Wisconsin 5,813,568 148.51
Iowa 3,156,145 148.50
Wyoming 577,737 145.22
Rhode Island 1,057,315 144.80
Mississippi 2,986,530 143.98
West Virginia 1,805,832 139.49
Virginia 8,517,685 126.54
New Jersey 8,908,520 123.89
Idaho 1,754,208 111.96
Pennsylvania 12,807,060 102.41
Massachusetts 6,902,149 95.71
New York 19,542,209 67.22
New Hampshire 1,356,458 64.06
Maine 1,338,404 58.05
Vermont 626,299 40.40
Historical
Year Michigan United States
2018 174.58 228.89
2017 196.42 237.72
2016 203.98 237.25
2015 189.53 222.21
2014 214.01 215.36
2013 243.33 221.26
2012 253.78 230.41
2011 252.19 229.95
2010 277.49 239.09
2009 294.34 259.16
2008 357.43 315.42
2007 416.89 364.85
2006 496.23 400.22
2005 477.93 416.81
2004 500.62 421.53
2003 532.72 433.73
2002 495.09 432.90
2001 535.73 430.53
2000 560.69 412.19
1999 575.84 422.48
1998 594.25 459.87
1997 668.38 505.70
1996 700.47 525.67
1995 645.50 560.28
1994 656.11 591.29
1994 405.02 591.29
1993 335.07 606.35
1993 615.01 606.35
1992 336.53 631.63
1992 625.80 631.63
1991 679.65 659.02
1991 286.27 659.02
1990 713.65 655.77
1990 207.56 655.77
1989 722.60 633.99
1989 179.17 633.99
1988 166.39 586.06
1988 741.08 586.06
1987 751.98 531.87
1987 160.46 531.87
1986 800.36 509.77
1986 150.10 509.77
1985 155.95 463.54
1985 827.83 463.54
1984 144.46 437.68
1984 865.87 437.68
1983 737.61 431.12
1983 142.13 431.12
1982 153.59 458.59
1982 691.72 458.59
1981 181.34 474.06
1981 635.21 474.06
1980 178.38 502.20
1980 584.94 502.20
1979 166.79 505.59
1979 602.09 505.59