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​​​​​​​​Crime Statistics​

​​​Released May 10, 2017
 

Crime Statistical Summary for the End of First Quarter 2017:

CMPD ended March 2017, with a 4.5% increase in Index Offenses compared to the same period last year. Property crime increased by 2.6% while violent crime increased by 14.4%.

  • 21 homicides were reported compared to 11, resulting in an increase of 90.9%.
  • 513 robberies were reported compared to 427, resulting in an increase of 20.1%.
  • 74 rapes were reported compared to 77, resulting in a decrease of -3.9%.
  • 1051 aggravated assaults were reported compared to 935, resulting in an increase of 12.4%.
  • Burglary overall was up 19.1%, (1625 compared to 1364) with an increase of 1.5% in residential (1018 compared to 1003) and an increase of 68.1% in commercial cases (607 compared to 361).
  • 612 vehicle thefts were reported compared to 552, resulting in an increase of 10.9%.
  • Total larceny cases decreased by -2.2% (5633 compared to 5759) with the larcenies from auto up by 9.5% (2486 compared to 2270).​
  • 55 arson cases were reported compared to 48, resulting in an increase of 14.6%.​


5​ Year Averages

CMPD ended March 2017, 16.1% above the five year average in Index Offenses. Property crime exceeded the five year average by 12.6% while violent crime exceeded it by 36.3%.
  • Homicides exceeded the five year average by 87.5%. 21 homicides were reported as of the end of March compared to the five year average of 11.2.
  • 513 robberies were reported compared to the five year average of 393.4; robbery exceeded the five year average by 30.4%.
  • 74 rapes were reported compared to the five year average of 66.8; rape exceeded the five year average by 10.8%.
  • 1051 aggravated assaults were reported compared to the five year average of 745.8; aggravated assaults exceeded the five year average by 40.9%.
  • Burglary overall exceeded the five year average by 13.3% (1625 compared to 1434) with residential cases below the five year average by -9.3% (1018 compared to 1122) while commercial cases exceeded the five year average by 94.6% (607 compared to 312).
  • 612 vehicle thefts were reported compared to the five year average of 427.8. Vehicle thefts exceeded the five year average by 43.1%.
  • Total larceny cases exceeded the five year average by 9.8% (5633 compared to 5128) with the larcenies from auto exceeding the five year average by 36.0% (2486 compared to 1827.4).​
  • 55 arson cases were reported compared to the five year average of 45.6. Arson was over the five year average by 20.6%.


Statistical Documents:

​View the Statistical Division Summary Report for the End of 1st Quarter 2017

View the ​Statistical 5 Year Average Comparison Report for the End of 1st Quarter 2017


View the 2016 Year-End Statistical Report

View the 2015 Year-End Statistical Report

View the 2014 Year-End Statistical Report

View the 2013 Year-End Statistical Report

View the 2012 Year-End Statistical Report

View the 2011 Year-End Statistical Report

View the 2010 Year-End Statistics Report

View the 2009 Year-End Statistics Report  


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