CURRENT CRIME DATA

The following data is a 30 day download of Part I and Part II Crimes that occurred in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s jurisdiction. 

 

·        PART I CRIMES

 

Part I Crimes, as defined by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), are:

(LAST 30 DAYS)

 

1.      CRIMINAL HOMICIDE

2.      FORCIBLE RAPE

3.      ROBBERY

4.      AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

5.      BURGLARY

6.      LARCENY THEFT

7.      GRAND THEFT AUTO

8.      ARSON

 

 

 

 

 

 

PART I CRIME DATA FILE

(click here)  *

This file is updated each day.  It is preliminary data and is subject to change.

 The data is provided in ASCII comma separated values (CSV).  Files formatted as CSV provide the flexibility of importing the data into any tool.

 

·        PART I & II CRIMES

 

Part I and II Crimes are the following types of crimes:

(LAST 30 DAYS)

1.    CRIMINAL HOMICIDE

2.     FORCIBLE RAPE

3.       ROBBERY

4.       AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

5.       BURGLARY

6.       LARCENY THEFT

7.       GRAND THEFT AUTO

8.       ARSON

9.       FORGERY

10.   FRAUD AND NSF CHECKS

11.   SEX OFFENSES FELONIES

12.   SEX OFFENSES MISDEMEANORS

13.   NON-AGGRAVATED ASSAULTS

14.   WEAPON LAWS

15.   OFFENSES AGAINST FAMILY

16.   NARCOTICS

17.   LIQUOR LAWS

18.   DRUNK / ALCOHOL / DRUGS

19.   DISORDERLY CONDUCT

20.   VAGRANCY

21.   GAMBLING

22.   DRUNK DRIVING VEHICLE / BOAT

23.   VEHICLE / BOATING LAWS

24.   VANDALISM

25.   WARRANTS

26.   RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY

27.   FEDERAL OFFENSES W/O MONEY

28.   FEDERAL OFFENSES WITH MONEY

29.   FELONIES MISCELLANEOUS

30.   MISDEMEANORS MISCELLANEOUS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PART I AND II CRIME DATA FILE

(click here) *

* This file is updated each day.  It is preliminary data and is subject to change.

 The data is provided in ASCII comma separated values (CSV).  Files formatted as CSV provide the flexibility of importing the data into any tool.

 

The columns of data provided in the daily Part I & II Crimes file are as follows:

1.      Incident date = Date the crime incident occurred

2.      Statistical code = A three digit numerical coding system to identify the primary crime category for an incident

3.      Statistical code description = The definition of the statistical code number

4.      Street address (last two digits of # rounded to 00) = The street number and street name where the incident occurred.

5.      City = The city where the incident occurred

6.      Zip code = The zip code of the location where the incident occurred

7.      X,Y geocode State Plane 5 format (based on census block center point) = Can be used to map the general location of the incident.

8.      Incident # = The URN #, or Uniform Report Number, is a unique # assigned to every criminal and noncriminal incident.

9.      Reporting District =  A geographical area defined by LASD which is within a city or unincorporated area where the incident occurred

10.  Sequence # =  Each incident for each station is issued a unique sequence # within a given year

11.  Unit ID = ORI # is a number issued by the FBI for every law enforcement agency.

12.  Unit Name = Station Name

13.  Deleted = Indicates if the case has been deleted and should be removed from any external system.

 

HISTORICAL CRIME DATA

Historical Part I and II Crimes files (File sizes range from 50MB to 65MB per file) *

YEAR

FILE

2005

2005 - Part I & II crimes (large file) click here

2006

2006 - Part I & II crimes (large file) click here

2007

2007 - Part I & II crimes (large file) click here

2008

2008 - Part I & II crimes (large file) click here

2009

2009 - Part I & II crimes (large file) click here

2010

2010 - Part I & II crimes (large file) click here

2011

2011 - Part I & II crimes (large file) click here

2012

2012 - Part I & II crimes (large file) click here

2013

2013 - Part I & II crimes (large file) click here

* Note:  Files were re-created on 08/02/2012.  Two new columns were added:  Incident reported date and the gang related indicator.

The columns of data provided in the historical crime files are as follows:

1.      Incident date = Date the crime incident occurred

2.      Incident reported date = Date the crime was reported (column added 08/02/2012)

3.      Category = Incident crime category

4.      Statistical code = A three digit numerical coding system to identify the primary crime category for an incident

5.      Statistical code description = The definition of the statistical code number

6.      Full address(last two digits of # rounded to 00) = The street number, street name, state and zip where the incident occurred.

7.      Street address (last two digits of # rounded to 00) = The street number and street name where the incident occurred.

8.      City = The city where the incident occurred

9.      Zip code = The zip code of the location where the incident occurred

10.      X geocode coordinate in State Plane 5 format (based on census block center point) = Can be used to map the general location of the incident.

11.      Y geocode coordinate in State Plane 5 format (based on census block center point) = Can be used to map the general location of the incident.

12.      Incident # = The URN #, or Uniform Report Number, is a unique # assigned to every criminal and noncriminal incident.

13.  Reporting District =  A geographical area defined by LASD which is within a city or unincorporated area where the incident occurred

14.  Sequence # =  Each incident for each station is issued a unique sequence # within a given year

15.  Gang related = Indicates if the crime incident was gang related (column added 08/02/2012)

16.  Unit ID = ORI # is a number issued by the FBI for every law enforcement agency.

17.  Unit Name = Station Name

18.  Deleted = Indicates if the case has been deleted and should be removed from any external system.