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LBPD MONTHLY CRIME STATISTICS
The following statistical reports contain the LBPD's monthly crime statistic data sorted by 5 year summary, previous year to current year, and reporting district.
- Reporting district number is a small, geographically designed area (usually several neighborhood blocks) contained within a patrol beat
- Crimes against persons include murder, forced rape, robbery and aggravated assault
- Crimes against property include residential and commercial burglary, auto burglary, grand theft, petty theft, bicycle theft, auto theft, and arson
CRIME DATA TOTALS
Part II crime totals are included on each monthly RD report, but are not broken down by category. The crimes are classified according to FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) guidelines.
UNIFORM CRIME REPORTING
Since 1930, participating local, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies have voluntarily provided the Nation with a reliable set of crime statistics through the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. The FBI, which administers the program, periodically releases the crime statistics to the public.
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PREVIOUS YEAR TO CURRENT YEAR (2014-2015 Monthly Comparison)
5 YEAR SUMMARY (City Wide Part I Crimes 2009-2014) - Go Now
The data contained within these reports is collected from a database that is continuously updated. The reports represent a particular point in time and may not reflect the current status of the database. The City of Long Beach and the Long Beach Police Department cannot assume any liability for decisions made based on the reliance of this information.
WHAT IS CRIMEREPORTS.COM
CrimeReports.com is an online mapping and analysis service provided by Public Engines, Inc. CrimeReports.com provides software and services to law enforcement agencies to improve collaboration between the police and members of the local community. Data from CrimeReports.com can be reviewed and used to improve community safety. Members of the community are encouraged to continue partnering and problem-solving with the Long Beach Police Department while using CrimeReports.com data toward shared police-community goals.
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