A formalized collection of national crime data was established by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) years ago to track crime activity across the country. As part of this effort, categories of offenses were chosen to comprise the nation's crime index due to their seriousness and frequency of occurrence. In the national tracking system they have been called Part I crimes.
The San Leandro Police Department submits Part I crime statistics to the FBI through the California Department of Justice. The links below provide monthly and yearly totals for Part I crime activity within San Leandro.
*On January 1, 2018, the San Leandro Police Department will discontinue reporting all "simple assaults" to align with FBI reporting standards. To be clear, the department will continue to investigate and document all assaults, but SLPD will not report simple assaults to the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program. To ensure our community compares data consistently, SLPD has applied the FBI's reporting standards retroactively 5 years, beginning with data from January 1, 2014 to the present. The FBI's UCR program helps citizens compare crime between cities, regions, and states by standardizing which crimes get reported for tracking purposes. SLPD remains committed to advancing the City Council's goal of providing high-quality public safety (Goal "c").
|Monthly Part I Crime Data (5-year comparison)|
|Monthly Part I Crime Totals (1980-present)|
|Monthly Average Part I Crime Totals (1980-present)|
|Year-to-Date & Prior Year Part I Crime Totals by Type of Crime|
|Year-to-Date & Prior Year San Leandro Part I Crime Totals by Crime Classification|
|Year-to-Date SLPD Calls for Service and Arrests (4-year comparison)|
|Download the Full Dataset|