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Criminal statistics for the state of New York

Total Crime - In 2006, New York had a Total Crime Index of 2487.6 incidents per 100,000 individuals. This figure was down 2.7% from the previous year in 2005. The Total Crime Index was down 11.4% since 2002 and down even more in 1980, down 64.1%. New York's Total Crime Index has drastically declined during the past 25 years.
Violent Crime - New York had a Violent Crime Index of 434.9 reported incidents per 100,000 people in 2006. This number was down 2.2% from 2005. The Violent Crime Index was down 6.7% since 2003 and down from a 25 year high in 1990, down 63.2%. New York's Violent Crime Index has drastically declined during the past 25 years.
Property Crime - New York's 2006 Property Crime Index was 2052.7 reported incidents per one hundred thousand people. This figure was down 2.4% from the prior year. The Property Crime Index was down 8.8% since 2003 and down from a 25 year high in 1980, down 65.2%. New York's Property Crime Index has drastically declined during the past 25 years.
Murder Rate - The 2006 New York Murder Rate was 4.8 reported incidents per one hundred thousand individuals. This figure was up 6.6% from the previous year, 2005. New York's Murder Rate has drastically declined during the past 25 years.
Forced Rape - In 2006, New York's Forcible Rape Index was 16.4 reported incidents per 100,000 people. This figure was down 12.8% from the previous year, 2005. The Forcible Rape Index was down 11.9% since 2000 and down from a 25 year high in 1985, down 49%. New York's Forcible Rape Index has significantly been on the decline in the past 25 years.
Robbery - The Robbery Index in 2006 for New York was 178.6 incidents per 100,000 individuals. This figure was down 2% from the previous year, 2005. The Robbery Index was down 4.2% since 2003 and down from a 25 year high in 1981, down 73.9%. New York's Robbery Index has drastically declined during the past 25 years.
Aggravated Assault - New York's Aggravated Assault Index in 2006 was 235.1 reported incidents per 100,000 people. This figure was down 1.6% from the previous year in 2005. The Aggravated Assault Index was down 7.9% since 2003 and down from a 25 year high in 1990, down 54.1%. New York's Aggravated Assault Index has been declining during the past twenty five years.
Burglary - In 2006, New York had a Burglary Index of 355.1 incidents per hundred thousand individuals. This figure was up 0.8% from the previous year, 2005. The Burglary Index was down 9.6% since 2003 and down from a 25 year high in 1980, down 82.8%. New York's Burglary Index has drastically declined during the past 25 years.
Larceny Theft - The 2006 Larceny Theft Index of New York was 1531.1 incidents per 100,000 people. This figure was down 2.2% from the previous year, 2005. The Larceny Theft Index was down 5.6% since 2003 and down from a 25 year high in 1988, down 51.2%. New York's Larceny Theft Index has significantly been on the decline in the past 25 years.
Motor Vehicle Theft - The Motor Vehicle Theft Index in 2006 for New York was 166.4 reported incidents per 100,000 people. This figure was down 2.2% from the previous year in 2005. The Motor Vehicle Theft Index was down 29.3% since 2003 and down from a 25 year high in 1990, down 84.1%. New York's Motor Vehicle Theft Index has drastically declined during the past 25 years.