Crime Analysis, Maps and Statistics

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The members of the Crime Analysis and Technology Unit provide strategic, tactical and operational support for decision-making, both for the Department and community, and employ technology to prevent, intervene and suppress crime.

Monthly Crime Statistics

2019

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2018

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I view maps and analysis of crime and safety-related information?

CrimeMapping.com has a wealth of crime related mapping products for the public.

How can I map and review police activity near an address or other location?

See CrimeMapping.com for basic crime mapping and sign up for regular emailed reports of crime around your address. For a basic map of reported crime, send us an e-mail that includes an address, your e-mail and phone number, and a general reason for the request.

About Us

Crime Analyst Amy Varela and her team analyze police and community data to support initiatives, pursue Department priorities, and fulfill requests from throughout the community. They employ CrimeView and ArcGIS software to meet administrative and management demands, and provide direct support through identifying crime trends and patterns. When a crime is witnessed, specialized software is used to create composite sketches and produce wanted bulletins that are distributed to the community and other law enforcement agencies.