- Crime Reports
New Call, Crime, and Arrest Dashboard
Gives the latest Response Time, Crime, Arrest, Gun Crime Stats along with 8 week crime trends...
A daily NIBRS crime summary and overall totals. Main report the includes all NIBRS offenses.
A daily NIBRS Compstat crime report with Month to Date and Year to Date comparisons by Divisions. This report doesnt include all the NIBRS offenses. Its divided into violent and Non-Violent Crime
A weekly council district report, which is comprised of year-to-date and monthly comparisons of NIBRS crimes occurring within the specified date span citywide, and broken down for the fourteen Council Districts.
A weekly report in the same format as the Weekly Compstat Report, but broken down by Reporting Areas.
A weekly report, with 14 days, 28 day, and year-to-date comparisons. Numbers are based on the date of offense occurrence. These NIBRS offenses are broken down by Police Divisions and by Watch 1, 2, and 3 (Midnight, Days, and Evening shift).
A weekly report in the same format as the CompStat briefing by watch that also includes Police Sectors.
A daily report for with month-to-date-comparison & year-to-date comparisons vs the same time period of the previous year. The offense counts are based on the date of offense occurrence are broken down by TAAG area.
A daily report that shows the end of month percent changes.
A weekly report with 28-day comparisons by Police Beats. Numbers based on the date of occurrence.
A daily report with response times by priority dispatched calls for service counts, and call and markout information.
Calls by Problem Type
A breakdown of the type of calls by Priority and then Problem (signal) type.
Reports are in PDF Format
The Dallas Police Department was NIBRS certified June 2018 with Crime Data from March of 2018 forward. All crime counts prior to March 2018 are calculated using the NIBRS counting rules but are not recognized as officially NIBRS and were added for comparative purposes only. In the Crime Against Society group there are offenses that didn't exist in 2017 because they were direct file arrest only, therefore greatly skewing the percent change values in that group. This also greatly affects the overall percent changes. Crime counts are based on UCR NIBRS rules therefore, cannot be compared to crime counts based on UCR Summary rules. These statistics are preliminary counts of the original police incident reports and may vary from the final UCR (Uniform Crime Reporting) statistics published by the FBI. The above NIBRS crime statistics listed are not final and sometimes adjusted throughout the year due to re-classifications after being investigated or reports filed later by a victim daily.