Reports on the Total 2011 Phoenix Crime Statistics

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The newest crime report from examines Phoenix crime statistics for property and violent crime throughout the city's 8 precincts during 2011 and how those preliminary numbers compare to 2010.

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The most recent crime report from provides analysis on 2011 Phoenix crime statistics using multiple data sources. The data outlined in the report includes the most recent statistics for the entire geographical area of Phoenix during 2011 and a comparison to the 2010 crime rates. The data below is based upon preliminary reports for 2011 and are subject to change.

2011 - 120     /     2010 - 117

Forcible Rape
2011 - 559     /     2010 - 522

2011 - 3,324     /     2010 - 3,250

Aggravated Assault
2011 - 4,090     /     2010 - 4,113

2011 - 18,666     /     2010 - 15,626

2011 - 38,258     /     2010 - 38,012

Motor Vehicle Theft
2011 - 7,555     /     2010 - 7,724

2011 - 273     /     2010 - 320

There are 8 precincts within Phoenix, AR which contribute data to the City of Phoenix Monthly Count of Actual Offenses Known to Police report which was one of the sources for the comparison data above. The 8 precincts are:

  •     Desert Horizon Precinct
  •     Black Mountain Precinct
  •     Cactus Park Precinct
  •     Mountain View Precinct
  •     Central City Precinct
  •     Estrelia Mountai Precinct
  •     Maryvale Precinct
  •     South Mountain Precinct

The Home Security Guru Phoenix crime report shows a small increase in violent crimes with the exception of aggravated assault which dropped slightly. The most notable change was the increase in burglaries during 2011 compared to the previous year.

Currently, the job of Phoenix Police Chief is up for grabs among 4 candidates, but no matter who gets the position they will have a fair amount of work ahead of them. In an effort to reduce cost and crime in a city that's not know for safety the Phoenix Police Department has just launched an online crime reporting service.

When asked about the new initiative Councilman and Chairman of the City Council Public Safety, Veterans, Transparency and Ethics Subcommittee, Michael Nowakowski, said " I am extremely excited about this because it offers residents another tool to fight crime and it saves taxpayer dollars at the same time.” The program is expected to save the city nearly $1 million a year.

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