In the year 2000 Wisconsin had an estimated population of 5,363,675 which ranked the state 18th in population. For that year the State of Wisconsin had a total Crime Index of 3,209.1 reported incidents per 100,000 people. This ranked the state as having the 37th highest total Crime Index. For Violent Crime Wisconsin had a reported incident rate of 236.8 per 100,000 people. This ranked the state as having the 45th highest occurrence for Violent Crime among the states. For crimes against Property, the state had a reported incident rate of 2,972.3 per 100,000 people, which ranked as the state 35th highest. Also in the year 2000 Wisconsin had 3.2 Murders per 100,000 people, ranking the state as having the 33rd highest rate for Murder. Wisconsin’s 21.7 reported Forced Rapes per 100,000 people, ranked the state 46th highest. For Robbery, per 100,000 people, Wisconsin’s rate was 84.6 which ranked the state as having the 30th highest for Robbery. The state also had 127.3 Aggravated Assaults for every 100,000 people, which indexed the state as having the 44th highest position for this crime among the states. For every 100,000 people there were 469.5 Burglaries, which ranks Wisconsin as having the 42nd highest standing among the states. Larceny - Theft were reported 2,229.9 times per hundred thousand people in Wisconsin which standing is the 32nd highest among the states. Vehicle Theft occurred 272.9 times per 100,000 people, which fixed the state as having the 36th highest for vehicle theft among the states.