** The FBI has mandated a change to the rape definition for the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. Additional information regarding the broadened definition of rape can be found at https://ucr.fbi.gov. California law enforcement agencies were required by the California Department of Justice to begin reporting based on the new definition by January 1, 2015. Effective this date, totals for rape, aggravated assaults, violent crime totals, and the crime index totals are impacted. Crime statistics in these categories should not be compared to previous years. (Click here for more information.)
* A negative value indicates a change in a previously reported crime.
This crime statistics application provides citizens with timely information about crimes by geographic area (for example; beat, neighborhood, etc.). For the official statistics reported to the FBI by local agencies, please visit the SANDAG website at www.sandag.org/cj or contact the police agency directly.
Data is generally updated on the 28th of each month with crime statistics from the previous month. (For example, crime statistics for January are loaded on February 28.) The City of San Diego updates their crime statistics only when their data has been validated, usually after the 28th of the month. Regional crime statistics are impacted until all the cities’ totals are added.
Total Violent Crime equals the sum of murders, rapes, robberies, and aggravated assaults.
Total Burglary equals the sum of residential and non-residential burglaries.
Total Thefts equals the sum of thefts >= $400 and thefts < $400.
Total Property Crime equals the sum of Total Burglary, Total Thefts, and motor vehicle thefts.
Crime Index Total equals the sum of Total Violent Crime and Total Property Crime.