Crime Information

This dashboard includes criminal offenses in the City and County of Denver for the previous five calendar years plus the current year to date. The data is dynamic, which allows for additions, deletions and/or modifications at any time, resulting in more accurate information in the database.

Due to continuous data entry, the number of records in subsequent extractions are subject to change. Data on this dashboard is updated approximately 30 days after the end of the month. For more up-to-date information, please visit the crime information page on Denver's Open Data Catalog.

  

Additional Reports

Denver Use of Force Incidents(PDF, 329KB)     Denver Officer-Involved Shootings(PDF, 205KB)     Denver IEW Summary(PDF, 113KB)

Response Times 

The Denver Police Department calculates response times for police calls for service from the time of the 911 call to the time an officer arrives on scene.  The link below includes the response times by year for high priority calls and low priority calls.

Denver Police Response Times from 911 to time Arrived on Scene(PDF, 127KB)

More Information

Crime Types - Understanding Data Standards

Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) is the primary data standard used by the FBI to record crime for law enforcement agencies across the United States. It tracks eight primary offenses: murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, theft, auto theft and arson. UCR counts only the highest crime category within an incident. UCR provides a platform to compare crime across jurisdictions.

UCR Crime Types(PDF, 154KB)

National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) is used by local law enforcement agencies to collect more detailed information about a specific incident. NIBRS collects 46 different crime categories and includes all categories within an incident.

NIBRS Crime Types(PDF, 148KB)

US&C Information

In May 2013 the Denver Police Department implemented the Unified Summons and Complaint (US&C) process. This process unifies multiple types of paper citations, excluding traffic tickets, into an electronic process. That information is transmitted to the Denver Sheriff, County Court, City Attorney and District Attorney through a data exchange platform as needed. As a result of this process a reported offense is generated which was previously not captured in National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS).

For comparison purposes, crimes which were captured due to the US&C process were excluded from the data when comparing 2012 to 2013. An additional column has been added to the tables which reflects the actual number of crimes

 

Crime Statistics Archive