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What is is the largest, most comprehensive crime-mapping website in the world. Local law enforcement agencies throughout North America partner with CrimeReports to bring you accurate, official, and up-to-date crime information for the areas you care about most. Search and explore the CrimeReports map to see how it works, or click here to watch a video walkthrough.

Does CrimeReports reduce crime?

Although no formal, third-party study has been commissioned, there is anecdotal evidence to suggest that public-facing crime mapping—by keeping citizens informed about crime in their area—helps them be more vigilant and implement crime prevention efforts in their homes, workplaces, and communities. In addition, there is anecdotal evidence to suggest that public-facing crime mapping fosters more trust in local law enforcement by members of the community.

How can I get my local law enforcement agency to join CrimeReports?

Contact your local police department or sheriff’s office and tell them you want to use our crime maps. Or click here to send them an email.

Who pays for CrimeReports?

CrimeReports’ service is paid for by your local law enforcement agency. If you like the service, tell them “thanks” next time you see them.