Violent, Property and Part I crimes increases in LASD area during the sixth month of 2017 compared to the same time period in 2016. Overall, the 5-year increase in Violent crime continues.
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These include year-to-date (YTD) June 2017 preliminary reported crime statistics compared to 2016 and compared to five years ago (2012). Reported crimes for each sheriff's station and contract city include homicides, robberies, burglaries, etc. To review the statistics, open the file, right click with your computer mouse and use the search engine:
As of the end of June 2017, preliminary reported crime data shows that overall incidents of violent crimes have increased 2.58% and property crimes have increased by .31% in Sheriff’s patrol areas countywide, compared to last year at this time. These numbers combine to show a .71% increase in overall Part I crimes.
In comparison, the five year (2017/2012) change in YTD crime rate for June, preliminary crime data shows that overall incidents of violent crimes have decreased by 1.00% and property crimes have increased by 2.65% in Sheriff’s patrol areas countywide, compared to five years ago. These numbers combined to show a 1.98% increase in overall Part 1 crimes.
As of the end of June 2017, preliminary reported crime data shows that criminal homicides had a decrease of 25.00% in Sheriff’s patrol areas compared to June of 2016 (80 YTD in 2017 while there were 106 YTD in 2016), and had a decrease of 3.57% compared to five years ago (80 YTD in 2012).
2011 Population Source: LA County Internal Services Department (based on 2000 US Census and CA Department of Finance estimates). 2015 Population Source: LA County Internal Services Department (based on 2010 US Census and CA Department of Finance estimates). 2017 YTD Crime Rates based on 2016 population estimates.
Note: The LASD East Los Angeles Station has policed the unincorporated area of East Los Angeles and the city of Commerce for many years. Beginning July 1, 2010, East Los Angeles Station added the policing of the cities of Maywood and Cudahy. This should be considered when comparing 2015/2016 crime statistics to 2011.
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