Crime Statistics

The Crime Statistic Unit participates in the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program by providing data on Part 1 offenses on a monthly basis to the State of California. The state forwards the data to the FBI's National UCR Program. Offenses are classified based on the facts of the investigation of a crime in addition to applying a hierarchy rule with multiple offenses.

Downloadable Documents

2014 Crime Statistics
2013 Crime Statistics
Crime Stats History, 1993-2012
2012 Crime Statistics
2011 Crime Statistics
2010 Crime Statistics
2009 Crime Statistics
2008 Crime Statistics
Primary Crime Codes

Additional Links:
State of California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General, Crime Data

Question of the Day

Does the law say what kind of noise can be made at different times and in different places?
The Salinas Municipal Code  contains noise ordinances that regulate certain kinds of noise.

Generally, noise is divided into four "classes".

• Class A Noise is defined as noise created by equipment operated in the public interest or for emergency or safety purposes. Such equipment includes sirens, street sweepers, garbage trucks, chipper machines, etc. Class A noise is allowed at anytime.

• Class B Noise is defined as noise...

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