Crime & statistics
Uniform Crime Reporting Statistics
Crime is the primary driver of police activity. The Sacramento Police Department reports crime occurring in the city based on the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) standard. UCR data is used in law enforcement administration, operation and management, as well as to track the fluctuations in the level of crime throughout America. The Sacramento Police Department provides these crime statistics in order to keep the public informed about crime and criminals in our neighborhoods and city.
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This information was produced for informational purposes only; it is limited by the information available and/or collected at the time the statistics were generated. This information is not a replacement for official UCR statistics, which are based on national reporting specifications and not reflected in the information provided herein. The information reported here does not reflect any positive or negative adjustments made to UCR type crimes as a result of reclassifying incidents that occurred during previous time frames. The margin of discrepancy is generally less than 1% and is not related to any incidents that occurred during this time frame.
Interactive crime maps
These maps will be updated quarterly using the Uniform Crime Reporting data. Additional information about this data, and the definitions of the crimes included in this data, can be found on the FBI's Offense Definitions webpage. This data includes both citywide data as well as data broken down by police beat. To locate the Sacramento Police Patrol District for your 德扑圈app官方下载home or business, type in your street address on the Find My Service Area webpage. For mobile users click this button on the bottom right hand side of the map.
COVID19 Impact on crime Stats
Impact on Calls for Service*
Impact on Reported Burglaries*
*STATISTICS WILL UPDATED PERIODICALLY, AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE
Concerned local business owners are encouraged to Register for SacPD’s Business Notification Program. For additional information on how SacPD is working with local business partners during these unique times, please review our Press Release from April 21, 2019.
MENTAL HEALTH AND FIREARM RELATED STATISTICS
This statistical data provided below depicts mental health and firearm related calls for service. We are releasing this data in one document as we have found that these types of calls are among many of the call types that are important to our community. This data will be updated monthly and archival PDF documents will be available for download here as well to enable month by month data comparisons. For additional information on how this data was identified, descriptions of our call types, and an outline for how we prioritize calls for service, please click the link below the graphic to download a PDF report.
Review the Monthly Chief's Report for October 2020 (PDF 475 KB) for definitions and additional information regarding these statistics.
biased motivated/hate crime
Biased Motivated Crime is any crime that is committed primarily to injure, degrade, or deprive a person of his/her dignity, well-being, or possessions because of prejudice against his/her race, nationality, age, sexual orientation, sex, religion, or disability. The California Penal Code 422.55 defines biased motivated/hate crime as "a criminal act committed, in whole or in part, because of one or more of the following actual or perceived characteristics of the victim:
- Race or ethnicity
- Sexual orientation
- Association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics."
If you have been the victim of a biased motivated/hate crime, contact the police department by dialing 9-1-1 or the Sacramento Police Department Non-Emergency number at (916) 808-5471.
Biased Motivated/Hate Incident Statistics
The Sacramento Police Department reviews all biased-related incidents that are reported to the Department. Following a review by investigative personnel, the incidents that are determined to be a violation of a criminal statute and meet the criminal elements set forth under California Penal Code 422.55 are reported to the Department of Justice for Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR). In an effort to educate the public and encourage victims to report biased-related incidents, the Sacramento Police Department has elected to share all reported biased-related incidents with the public. Below are summaries of biased-related incidents that have been reported to the Sacramento Police Department. The summaries provided contain graphic language that some may find disturbing, discretion is advised.
- 2020* Bias-Related Incidents (PDF) | Export Data (EXCEL)
- 2019 Bias-Related Incidents (PDF) | Export Data (EXCEL)
- 2018 Bias-Related Incidents (PDF) | Export Data (EXCEL)
- 2017 Bias-Related Incidents (PDF) | Export Data (EXCEL)
*2020 files include year-to-date data for January 1st through September 30th
FILE A CRIME REPORT
If you would like to report illegal behavior within the city of Sacramento, please file a crime report.
Crime is the primary driver of police activity. The Sacramento Police Department reports crime occurring in the city based on the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) standard. UCR data is used in law enforcement administration, operation and management, as well as to track the fluctuations in the level of crime throughout America. The Sacramento Police Department provides these crime statistics and Most Wanted Postings in order to keep the public informed about crime and criminals in our neighborhoods and city. By clicking the blue "i" in the upper right corner of the map, you can find specific instructions on how to use the map and the map key. This map includes citywide data as well as data broken down by police beat. To find out the police beat you live in Click Here.