Neighborhood Watch - Crime Map Reports
Thinking about moving and wondering what the crime factors might be for your selected area? Maybe you have no plans to move, but want to know the trends, risk factors or crime rate in your particular neighborhood. A growing number of law enforcement agencies and concerned citizens rely on crime maps to inform and identify crime trends within neighborhoods and adjacent communities.
What Crime Maps Are Used ForCrime maps can be used to help fight and prevent future crime. Visual information can help neighbors, concerned citizens and law enforcement unite with a common goal of increasing public safety, developing strategic plans, and as a way for neighbors to share helpful information as well as to build unity.
Crime Score IndexThe scores to the right indicate the relative risk of crime at the address/site listed as compared to the national average. A Crime Index score of 256 means the risk of crime at the location is 2.56 times that of the national average. The scores are the weighted average of the areas around your location. Blue areas are areas where crime is least likely to occur; in Orange areas, opportunity for crime is high. The Crime Index scores may assist you in better understanding your relative risk of crime while determining your security needs.