Crime Statistics

Crime counts & classifications for major cities at the zip code level

Overview

Police department crime data from New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Chicago, and Seattle and nationwide and state-level crime data from the FBI. This dataset has been reformatted to cover:

  • Date of occurrence

  • Offense category (e.g. theft, narcotics, battery) and original description

  • City and estimated zip code

Attributes, Data Sources, Sample Queries

A detailed description of the data is available by source. Source pages include key attributes (e.g. geographic coverage, time granularity, history, entity level), release frequency, notes & methodologies, and sample queries:

City Police Departments

FBI Crime

Cybersyn Geography Tables

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As with all Public Domain datasets, Cybersyn aims to release data on Snowflake Marketplace as soon as the underlying source releases new data. We check periodically for changes to the underlying source and, upon detecting a change, propagate the data to Snowflake Marketplace immediately. See our release process for more details.

Releases & Changelog

There are no updates at this time.

Disclaimer

The data in this dataset is sourced on the individual source pages. Links to provider license, terms and disclaimers are provided where appropriate.

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