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Arrest Record Statistics for Kansas
According to a Kansas Bureau of Investigations (KBI), the crime rate in the state for the year 2017 was 1.3% lower than the average in the past 10 years. That same year, the violent crime rate in the state was 12.3% higher than the average for the past 10 years, and property crimes were 2.9% lower than the average for the past 10 years. Violent crime rates and property crime rates in Kansas reached a peak in 2008 but they are expected to be lower in 2019 compared to the past decade.
The crime rates in Kansas (violent crimes, property crimes, and total crimes) are as follows:
- Violent crimes – 293 crimes per every 100,000 residents (a total of 12,030 crimes)
- Property crimes – 2,801 crimes per every 100,000 residents (a total of 81,593 crimes)
- Total crimes – 3,214 crimes per every 100,000 residents (a total of 93,623 crimes)
The incarceration rate in Kansas are as follows:
- Adult incarceration and supervision rate – 1,750 people per every 100,000 adults (a total of 38,500 adults under legal supervision)
- The rate of people on parole and probation – 980 people per every 100,000 adults (a total of 21,500 adults under legal supervision)
- People in jail or in prison – 780 people per every 100,000 adults (a total of 17,200 adults under legal supervision)
Most Committed Crimes People Get Arrested for in Kansas
According to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, in 2017, the crime rate in the state was lower by 5.6% compared to the previous 10 years. That same year, the violent crime rate in Kansas was 5.9% higher than in the previous decade. However, the property crime rate in Kansas in 2017 was 7% below the average of the past 10 years. The imprisonment rate in Kansas is the 25th lowest in the country, with 780 incarcerated adults per every 100,000 people. The most committed crimes people get arrested for in Kansas and the rate of this crimes in the state are as follows:
- Larceny theft - 57,066 crimes per year at a rate of 1,962.9 crimes for every 100,000 people in the state
- Burglary - 14,364 crimes per year at a rate of 494.1 crimes for every 100,000 people in the state
- Aggravated assault - 7,966 crimes per year at a rate of 274.0 crimes for every 100,000 people in the state
- Vehicle theft - 6,937 crimes per year at a rate of 238.6 crimes for every 100,000 people in the state
- Robbery – 1,671 crimes per year at a rate of 57.5 crimes for every 100,000 people in the state
The chances of falling victim to a violent crime in Kansas is 1 in 242, and the chances of falling victim to a property crime in the state of Kansas is 1 in 36.
Kansas Jail and Crime Statistics
The crime rates in the state of Kansas have shown a mixed trend as of 2018. While the property crime rate in Kansas was on a downward trend, the violent crime rate in Kansas rose by 5%. According to the KBI (Kansas Bureau of Investigation), the rise of violent crime in Kansas was caused by a 7.8% increase in aggravated assaults and a 10.9% increase in rapes.
The crime rate and the number of crimes in the state of Kansas are as follows:
- Violent crime rate in Kansas - 439.0 crimes per every 100,000 people (a total of 12,782 violent crimes)
- Property crime rate in Kansas – 2,633.9 crimes per every 100,000 people (a total of 76,686 property crimes)
- Chances of falling victim to a violent crime in Kansas – 1 in 242
- Chances of falling victim to a property crime in Kansas – 1 in 36
- The most common violent crime in Kansas is aggravated assault with a reported 9,559 cases as of 2018
- The most common property crime in Kansas is larceny-theft with a reported 56,305 cases as of 2018
As of 2018, there are 41,000 people who are in the Kansas justice system. Those people are under legal supervision or incarcerated as follows:
- 10,000 people in state prisons
- 7,400 people in local jails
- 2,300 people in federal prisons
- 560 people in youth incarceration facilities
- 350 people in involuntary commitment facilities
- 16,000 people under probation
- 4,600 people out on parole
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- #1 Throwing Lighted Material From Vehicle
- 843.02 Resist Officer W/o Viol.
- Forgery Of Financial Transaction Card
- #1 Failure To Comply
- #1 Traffic / Driving Without A License - 1St Offense
- #1 Drive W/lic Inv W/prev Conv/susp/w/o Fin
- #1 Drunk In Public, Profane Language
- #1 No Data To Display
- #1 Assault Simple (A&b)
- #1 Possess Opiates/opium/narc Drug And Certain Stimulants
- #1 Misd-Give Peace Officer False Name/dob/id Card
- #1 Domestic Violence
- #1 Felony Domestic Battery By Strangulation [No Or Minor Injury]
- #1 Motor Vehicle Violation - No/e
- #1 Unlaw Distrib Control Subs/sell/distribution Of Dangerous D
- 1) Felony - No Valid Drivers License 2) No Insurance 3) Fail To Display Valid License Plates
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