Sonoma County Indicators

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Society Indicator Data

Crime rate per 1000 residents in Sonoma County for property crimes and violent crimes for the years 2007 to 2016

The rates for property crimes are: 2007 20.10%, 2008 18.39%, 2009 19.71%, 2010 18.21%, 2011 17.04%, 2012 17.36%, 2013 16.61%, 2014 17.19%, 2015 19.83%, and 2016 15.49%

The rates for violent crimes are: 2007 4.22%, 2008 4.29%, 2009 4.00%, 2010 3.87%, 2011 3.50%, 2012 3.65%, 2013 3.60%, 2014 3.65%, 2015 3.78%, and 2016 3.71%.

Educational attainment for bachelor’s degree, graduate degree or higher, and all others for Sonoma County for the years 2007 to 2017

The rates for bachelor’s degrees are: 2007 68.7%, 2008 68.3%, 2009 67.6%, 2010 67.6%, 2011 67.2%, 2012 67.3%, 2013 67.5%, 2014 67.3%, 2015 67.5%, 2016 67.6%, and 2017 67.7%.

The rates for graduate degrees or higher are: 2007 20.4%, 2008 20.4%, 2009 20.7%, 2010 21.1%, 2011 21.4%, 2012 21.2%, 2013 21.3%, 2014 21.1%, 2015 21.1%, 2016 21.0%, and 2017 21.0%.

The rates for all other educational attainment are: 2007 10.9%, 2008 11.3%, 2009 11.8%, 2010 11.2%, 2011 11.4%, 2012 11.5%, 2013 11.2%, 2014 11.6%, 2015 11.4%, 2016 11.4%, and 2017 11.4%.

Juvenile felony arrest rate for Sonoma County for the years 2007 to 2016

2007 6.29%, 2008 5.81%, 2009 5.86%, 2010 4.57%, 2011 4.43%, 2012 3.64%, 2013 2.77%, 2014 2.83%, 2015 1.89%, and 2016 1.96%.

High school graduation rates for Sonoma County and California for the years 2010 to 2016

Listing Sonoma County first and California second, the percentages are as follows: 2010 74.7% 74.7%, 2011 76.6% 77.1%, 2012 79.3% 78.9%, 2013 82.4% 80.4%, 2014 81.7% 81.0%, 2015 82.9% 82.3%, and 2016 84.4% 83.8%.

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