Statistics

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Part I Offenses are typically described as the
more “serious” crimes and are defined by the FBI as
the following offenses: Murder/Att. Murder, Kidnap,
Rape, Unlawful Sexual Contact, Robbery, Aggravated
Assault, Burglary, Theft, Auto Theft, Arson.




Part II Offenses are more “quality of life” crimes
and are defined by the FBI as the following offenses:
Other Assaults, Rec. Stolen Property, Weapons,
Other Sex Offenses, Alcohol, Drugs, Noise/Disorderly
Premise, Disorderly Conduct, Trespass.




Calls for service are all activities conducted by
employees of the police department and includes self initiated
officer activity and 911/non-emergency calls for
police service.




Miscellaneous Calls are calls for service that are
not crimes and include the following: Alarms, Animal
Control, Recovered Property, Service, Suspicious
Person/Vehicle.