(PRWEB) April 25, 2013
Busted! Grid, the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information, announces the addition of Cincinnati, Ohio to its interactive crime-mapping website BustedMaps.com. The comprehensive database of over 33 million incidents has added over 2.6 million reports from the Cincinnati Police Department.
Busted! Crime Maps is a tool that allows residents to view and monitor crime incidents in their neighborhood. Users are able to search reported police incidents in 17 categories including theft, drugs, sex crimes, and traffic by date and location. Currently, Busted! Crime Maps gives residents in 28 states access to detailed reports broken down by city, state, and address. By using the service, Cincinnati residents can stay informed about public safety issues reported in their neighborhoods.
According to the most recent FBI Uniform Crime Report data, crime in Cincinnati has declined. Total violent crimes are down 7% year to date compared to 2011 and 17% compared to 2010. Property crime has also declined. The category is down 10% compared to 2011 and 5% compared to 2010.
With the B! Informed Advantage,™ subscribers can build their awareness of reported criminal activity with incident data and use B! Crime Maps to evaluate crime and enforcement trends at a variety of customizable levels. Subscribers can simply log onto their personalized Dashboard and see the most recent crime incidents by category for each location they are monitoring.
Information on BustedMaps.com is gathered directly from police jurisdictions to ensure accuracy and additions to the database are added daily. The Busted! Grid resources and tools have helped solve cold cases, generate tips, alert citizens about criminals and criminal activity in their neighborhood and more. To learn more about crime trends in Cincinnati or other cities visit BustedMaps.com.
About Busted! Grid
The Busted! Grid network is the leading innovator in the aggregation of crime information that empowers citizens to be aware of criminal activity, be informed in their communities and be proactive in the ongoing fight against crime.