North Dakota Crime Rate Statistics

The FBI has gathered crime statistics from law enforcement agencies across the nation that have voluntarily participated in the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program since 1930. These data have been published each year, and since 1958, have been available in the publication Crime in the United States (CIUS). As a supplement to CIUS, the FBI, in cooperation with the Bureau of Justice Statistics, provides this site that allows users to build their own customized data tables.

The UCR Program collects statistics on violent crime (murder and nonnegligent manslaughter, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault) and property crime (burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft). By congressional mandate, arson was added as the eighth Part I offense in 1979. Arson statistics are not available for access on this site. By using the table-building tool, users can specify offenses, locality (city, county, state), and year(s).


Historical Crime Statistics for North Dakota

Historical Crime Statistics for North Dakota

Estimated crime in North Dakota
Year Population National or state crime
Crime rate per 100,000 population
Violent crime
Property crime
Violent crime
Property crime
Violent crime total Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter Legacy rape1 Revised rape2 Robbery Aggravated assault Property crime total Burglary Larceny-
theft
Motor vehicle theft Violent Crime rate Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate Legacy rape rate1 Revised rape rate2 Robbery rate Aggravated assault rate Property crime rate Burglary rate Larceny-
theft rate
Motor vehicle theft rate
 
1990 638,800 472 5 114 50 303 18,196 2,725 14,621 850 73.9 .8 17.8 7.8 47.4 2,848.5 426.6 2,288.8 133.1
1991 635,000 415 7 116 51 241 17,326 2,367 14,154 805 65.4 1.1 18.3 8.0 38.0 2,728.5 372.8 2,229.0 126.8
1992 636,000 530 12 148 50 320 17,935 2,487 14,498 950 83.3 1.9 23.3 7.9 50.3 2,820.0 391.0 2,279.6 149.4
1993 635,000 522 11 149 53 309 17,387 2,370 14,073 944 82.2 1.7 23.5 8.3 48.7 2,738.1 373.2 2,216.2 148.7
1994 638,000 522 1 149 71 301 16,933 2,070 13,899 964 81.8 .2 23.4 11.1 47.2 2,654.1 324.5 2,178.5 151.1
1995 641,000 556 6 146 64 340 17,817 2,248 14,421 1,148 86.7 .9 22.8 10.0 53.0 2,779.6 350.7 2,249.8 179.1
1996 644,000 541 14 155 71 301 16,648 1,991 13,433 1,224 84.0 2.2 24.1 11.0 46.7 2,585.1 309.2 2,085.9 190.1
1997 641,000 559 6 159 41 353 16,821 2,300 13,367 1,154 87.2 .9 24.8 6.4 55.1 2,624.2 358.8 2,085.3 180.0
1998 638,000 570 7 212 65 286 16,535 2,274 13,134 1,127 89.3 1.1 33.2 10.2 44.8 2,591.7 356.4 2,058.6 176.6
1999 633,666 424 10 142 56 216 14,748 2,337 11,375 1,036 66.9 1.6 22.4 8.8 34.1 2,327.4 368.8 1,795.1 163.5
2000 642,200 523 4 169 56 294 14,171 2,093 11,092 986 81.4 .6 26.3 8.7 45.8 2,206.6 325.9 1,727.2 153.5
2001 636,550 505 7 164 60 274 14,834 2,165 11,583 1,086 79.3 1.1 25.8 9.4 43.0 2,330.4 340.1 1,819.7 170.6
2002 633,911 496 5 163 58 270 14,762 2,243 11,501 1,018 78.2 .8 25.7 9.1 42.6 2,328.7 353.8 1,814.3 160.6
2003 633,400 508 9 160 53 286 13,364 1,959 10,327 1,078 80.2 1.4 25.3 8.4 45.2 2,109.9 309.3 1,630.4 170.2
2004 636,308 558 8 177 43 330 12,493 2,040 9,516 937 87.7 1.3 27.8 6.8 51.9 1,963.4 320.6 1,495.5 147.3
2005 634,605 706 12 180 54 460 12,848 2,043 9,732 1,073 111.0 1.9 28.4 8.5 72.5 2,025.0 321.9 1,534.0 169.0
2006 635,867 1,255 14 241 75 925 13,359 2,601 9,672 1,086 197.4 2.2 37.9 11.8 145.5 2,100.9 409.0 1,521.1 170.8
2007 639,715 1,343 17 252 75 999 12,796 2,314 9,500 982 209.9 2.7 39.4 11.7 156.2 2,000.3 361.7 1,485.0 153.5
2008 641,481 1,441 11 331 73 1,026 13,029 2,336 9,782 911 224.6 1.7 51.6 11.4 159.9 2,031.1 364.2 1,524.9 142.0
2009 646,844 1,723 12 296 107 1,308 12,813 2,426 9,474 913 266.4 1.9 45.8 16.5 202.2 1,980.8 375.1 1,464.6 141.1
2010 674,629 1,548 10 245 90 1,203 12,010 2,000 9,137 873 229.5 1.5 36.3 13.3 178.3 1,780.2 296.5 1,354.4 129.4
2011 684,740 1,699 24 266 91 1,318 13,334 2,458 9,891 985 248.1 3.5 38.8 13.3 192.5 1,947.3 359.0 1,444.5 143.9

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