Statistics

Crime Statistics

The Crime Statistic Unit participates in the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program by providing data on Part 1 offenses on a monthly basis to the State of California. The state forwards the data to the FBI's National UCR Program. Offenses are classified based on the facts of the investigation of a crime in addition to applying a hierarchy rule with multiple offenses.

Downloadable Documents

2019 Crime Statistics
2018 Crime Statistics
2017 Crime Statistics
2016 Crime Statistics
2015 Crime Statistics
2014 Crime Statistics
2013 Crime Statistics
Crime Stats History, 1993-2012
2012 Crime Statistics
2011 Crime Statistics
2010 Crime Statistics
2009 Crime Statistics
2008 Crime Statistics
Primary Crime Codes

UCR Crime Statistics Disclaimer:

“UCR is statistical crime reporting tool that is designed to show increases and decreases in reportable crime on a national level, not at the local jurisdictional level. It is designed as ‘trend data’ to measure crime in America and only reports certain crimes”.

 

Additional Links:
State of California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, Crime Data

Question of the Day

How do I contest a parking citation?
 
You may request an Administrative Review.
 
How much time do I have to contest a citation?
 
Payment or an administrative review is required within 21 days or further penalties will be assessed. If you fail to request a review or pay the citation as directed, vehicle registration will be withheld.
 
How do I obtain a copy of a citation?
 
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