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Arrest Record Statistics for Hawaii
The crime rates in Hawaii show a mixed trend of increasing property crimes and decreasing violent crimes (for the year 2017). In 2017, there was an increase in the violent crime rate in Hawaii, but the overall crime rate was still below the national average. The Hawaii property crime rate in 2017 decreased by 4.6% according to the FBI but it is significantly higher than the national average.
Speaking overall, the Hawaii crime rate in Hawaii in 2017 were lower compared to previous years, the rates are as follows:
- Violent crimes – 251 crimes per every 100,000 residents (a total of 3,577 crimes)
- Property crimes – 2,829 crimes per every 100,000 residents (a total of 40,392 crimes)
- Total crimes – 3,080 crimes per every 100,000 residents (a total of 43,969 crimes)
The incarceration rate in Hawaii are as follows:
- Adult incarceration and supervision rate – 2,450 people per every 100,000 adults (a total of 27,500 adults under legal supervision)
- The rate of people on parole and probation – 1,950 people per every 100,000 adults (a total of 21,900 adults under legal supervision)
- People in jail or in prison – 500 people per every 100,000 adults (a total of 5,600 adults under legal supervision)
Most Committed Crimes People Get Arrested for in Hawaii
The overall crime rate in Hawaii is considered relatively low compared to the national average, and to other states in the union. The imprisonment rate in Hawaii is the 9th lowest in the Unites States with 500 adults per every 100,000 people. The most committed crimes people get arrested for in Hawaii and the rate of this crimes in the state are as follows:
- Larceny theft - 31,082 crimes per year at a rate of 2,175.8 crimes for every 100,000 people in the state
- Burglary - 6,017 crimes per year at a rate of 421.2 crimes for every 100,000 people in the state
- Vehicle theft - 5,654 crimes per year at a rate of 395.8 crimes for every 100,000 people in the state
- Aggravated assault - 2,769 crimes per year at a rate of 193.8 crimes for every 100,000 people in the state
- Robbery – 994 crimes per year at a rate of 69.6 crimes for every 100,000 people in the state
The chances of falling victim to a violent crime in Hawaii is 1 in 399, and the chances of falling victim to a property crime in the state of Hawaii is 1 in 35.
Hawaii Jail and Crime Statistics
While considered to be one of the most dangerous states in the U.S., the property crime rate in Hawaii and the violent crime rate in Hawaii have been lower in 2018 compared to the previous 17 years. As a result, it is expected that the crime rate in the state will continue to drop to the end of 2019 and moving forward. As of 2018, the crime rates and the number of crimes in Hawaii were as follows, according to data collected by criminal justice authorities:
- Violent crime rate in Hawaii - 248.6 crimes per every 100,000 people (a total of 3,532 violent crimes)
- Property crime rate in Hawaii – 2,870.3 crimes per every 100,000 people (a total of 40,772 property crimes)
- Chances of falling victim to a violent crime in Hawaii – 1 in 399
- Chances of falling victim to a property crime in Hawaii – 1 in 35
- The most common violent crime in Hawaii is aggravated assault with a reported 1,925 cases as of 2018
- The most common property crime in Hawaii is larceny-theft with a reported 29,492 cases as of 2018
As of 2018, there are 28,000 people who are in the Hawaii justice system. Those people are under legal supervision or incarcerated as follows:
- 5,500 people in state prisons
- 1,200 people in federal prisons
- 50 people in youth incarceration facilities
- 130 people in involuntary commitment facilities
- 20,000 people under probation
- 1,300 people out on parole
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