Welcome to the Rochester Police Department’s crime mapping system in cooperation with our partners at www.crimereports.com. Data shown in the map includes Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Part I Crimes which include Homicide, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Larceny and Motor Vehicle Theft.
Users may filter their maps by crime type and date range. The system currently keeps all Part I crimes through the past complete month. Other crime types are not currently available for mapping. Not all police calls for service result in a written crime report. Please note that since investigation may reveal facts different than those originally reported, the data displayed in the map does not necessarily reflect the final status of an incident, only the status at the time of the initial report.
For privacy of victims, addresses of crimes are aggregated to the block level. Additionally, to ensure victim privacy, rapes are not displayed on the map. Any citizen may request a copy of any crime report from the Headquarters desk at the City Public Safety Building. When requesting a report, please provide the crime report number shown in the map.
While new data is added to the crime mapping system every day, data contained in the mapping system may be subject to slight delays due to data processing. Click on the image above to view the Crime Map.
Note on Crime Data
The crime map shouldn't be used to make a decision about a neighborhood. For more information on a specific neighborhood, contact a Crime Prevention Officer at Neighborhood Service Center.
The maps and statistics found on this page are not final official crime statistics and should not be compared to official numbers. The Rochester Police Department is not responsible for any interpretation of this information and makes no inference or judgment as to the relative safety of any particular area or neighborhood. The Rochester Police Department is not responsible for the use of, or the results obtained from the use of this information by anyone outside the agency.
The Rochester Police department follows national standards for the counting of crime known as the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) system. This system is maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigations. Visit the FBI page for more information on how crime is classified and counted according to the UCR standards.
Annual official crime statistics for the Rochester Police Department and all police agencies in Monroe County can be found at the NYS Department of Criminal Justice Services website.
Annual State and National crime statistics can be found at the the Federal Bureau of Investigations website.