Report Details the Latest Denver Crime Statistics

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A new report details the latest statistics on property and violent crime in Denver. The report uses numerous resources to explain Denver crime rates as well as trends for 2012.

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The newest report from details the latest Denver crime statistics. The statistics were compiled utilizing both local information provided by the Denver Police Department and federal resources such as the FBI Uniform Crime Report. The 2012 Q1 Denver crime statistics are preliminary, however they give insight into how crime rates may possibly trend this year when compared to 2011.

The Denver crime report examines violent crime as well as property crime within the city boundaries.

Q1 2012 - 8    /    Q1 2011 - 9

Aggravated Assault
Q1 2012 - 522    /    Q1 2011 - 510

Robbery -
Q1 2012 - 334    /    Q1 2011 - 260

Forcible Sex Offenses
Q1 2012 - 168     /    Q1 2011 - 189

Q1 2012 - 1,104    /    Q1 2011 - 1,027

Motor Vehicle Theft
Q1 2012 - 819    /    Q1 2011 - 877

Theft from Motor Vehicle
Q1 2012 - 1,656    /    Q1 2011 - 1,904

Q1 2012 - 1,457    /    Q1 2011 - 1,295

Q1 2012 - 20    /    Q1 2011 - 24

The first quarter Denver crime statistics show a mix of both decreases and increases in crime throughout the city. The most notable finding was the increase in robberies, which is up by 28.5% over last year during the same time period. Larceny is also up significantly, however crime involving vehicles show the largest decrease.

When crime rates are looked at within various areas of Denver it is clear that crime is more concentrated in some parts of the city.

Police District 1 – 1,242
Police District 2 – 1,118
Police District 3 – 2,075
Police District 4 – 2,119
Police District 5 – 741
Police District 6 – 2,208
Police District 7 – 77

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