In order to obtain crime statistics you need to file a public records request with the Police Department. Information on how to go about this can be found on our public records page.
About Crime Statistics and the Police
The Department is committed to using technology as a means for combating crime in Phoenix, and over time we believe our efforts in this area will go a long ways towards enhancing the quality of life for all. Over the past two years we have taken many steps to improve our capabilities in terms of utilizing computer technology, and this includes the addition of both personnel and equipment. Enhancing our presence on the web and increasing the availability of statistical information to anyone with an internet connection is something we are committed to improving.
Crime Analysis and Research Unit
The Department's Crime Analysis and Research Unit consists of police officers and civilians working together to not only monitor the level of crime in the city, but to proactively identify crime suppression opportunities. This unit is responsible for the coding of crime data entered through our computerized reporting system, responding to both internal and external requests for statistical data and for conducting administrative, strategic and tactical analysis of crime data. The unit actively uses computer technology to compile and analyze data, including a Geographic Information System (Arcview) for crime mapping.
The links below provide monthly and annual Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) hot spot maps and year-to-date UCR counts. If you need more specific or detailed information than what is currently offered on the web site please contact the Public Records Unit by calling 602-534-1127, or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Below you will find some of the most requested crime maps and statistics.
2013 Uniform Crime Reporting Maps Yearly and Monthly
Monthly Hotspot Map
Monthly Count of Actual Offenses Part One Crimes