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Crime Statistics

Crime Statistics

The NYPD maintains statistical data which is used as a management tool in reducing crime, improving procedures and training, and providing transparency to the public and government oversight agencies. In 1994, Police Commissioner William Bratton implemented CompStat, which through management, statistics, and accountability, successfully drove down crime to record levels not seen since the 1960s.

The department provides up-to-date crime-related statistics in the seven major crime categories on the citywide, borough, and precinct levels, as well as historical crime data. The public can also access this data through the department's CompStat 2.0 portal.