Data and Dashboards

As part of its commitment to transparency, accountability, collaboration and integrity, the New Orleans Police Department has made a number of different sets of data and records available to the public. 

Crime Map

View Crime Map

The New Orleans Crime Map displays information obtained or developed from received reports of criminal activity in Orleans Parish including:

  • the apparent violation
  • time period
  • general location

Crime Map data is for personal informational purposes only. See disclaimer below.

Disclaimer

  1. The City provides the criminal activity information subject to specific understandings, and all users view, receive, and use the information subject to these understandings.
  2. The information, including related displays, information, and maps, is not confirmed, but rather is raw data which reflects the initial unverified calls for service information. Based on preliminary reports and review, the information is subject to error, investigation, correction, update, and reclassification. In addition, viewer displays, reports and maps may not show the same information.
  3. The City of New Orleans makes no representation that the information is accurate, complete, confirmed, investigated, timely, consistent, or correctly sequenced. Users must not consider the information reliable and must not use it to support decisions, conclusions, identifications, comparisons, or sequences of events.
  4. The City of New Orleans is not responsible for any error or omission in the information, or for the use of the information by third parties, or for the results of any use of the information. The City does not authorize use of the information for commercial or public mapping purposes.
  5. Although the City may attempt to do so, the City is not responsible to update, correct, detail, explain, maintain, or complete information displayed on the criminal activity viewer. The City is not obligated to display any particular information, report, or activity on the viewer, and it does not guarantee continuous, correct, or maintained viewer operation or availability.

Dashboards

Management Analytics for eXcellence (MAX)

Management Analytics for eXcellence (MAX) is a holistic, data-driven approach to police management. MAX replaces the Department COMSTAT meetings which were primarily focused on information sharing regarding crime trends. MAX takes that approach even further by focusing not only on crime, but all other topics for which a Commander has responsibility. The MAX meetings enable NOPD to dive deep into the systemic issues of crime, management, community policing, and risk management to develop solutions aimed at the root of the issue. To that end, the MAX meeting includes Lieutenants and Sergeants who have responsibility at the unit level in creating or sustaining that change. MAX facilitates the Superintendent’s vision of creating a more informed Department from the Superintendent down to each and every officer.

View the MAX data

Crime Over Time Dashboard

View crime numbers since 2011 by Police District, crime type, and category.

View the Crime Over Time dashboard

NOPD Demographics

This visualizations shows the gender, race, age, and years of service breakdown in counts and percentages for all of NOPD. This can be filtered by Civilian or Commissioned; Bureau; Command; or Rank. This data can update nightly, but generally changes on a bi-weekly basis except for exceptional circumstances.

View the NOPD Demographics dashboard

Calls for Service Analysis

This visualization shows call for service trends over time, by month, day of the week, and time of day. These can be filtered by type of call for service, district, and disposition of the call.

View the Calls for Service dashboard

Quarterly UCR data

This visualization is designed to replace the quarterly UCR data that is on the website now. This can make it easier for the public to see and use as the dataset gets larger.

View the UCR dashboard

NOPD Policing Data

NOPD policing data reports offer insight into investigations and policies regarding calls for service, field interviews, use of force, sexual assault, domestic violence, community engagement, crisis intervention and more. 

View current data at NOPDNews.com

Uniform Crime Reports (UCR)

The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program is a national program organized by the FBI to generate a reliable set of crime statistics for use in law enforcement administration, operation, and management, and to make accessible criminal reporting data for law enforcement executives, students of criminal justice, researchers, members of the media, and the public at large seeking information on crime.

As part of its commitment to transparency and accountability, the New Orleans Police Department has made available its UCR data from 2011 to present.

View current UCR data

Disclaimer

  1. The City provides the criminal activity information subject to specific understandings, and all users view, receive, and use the information subject to these understandings.
  2. The information, including related displays, information, and maps, is not confirmed, but rather is raw data which reflects the initial unverified calls for service information. Based on preliminary reports and review, the information is subject to error, investigation, correction, update, and reclassification. In addition, viewer displays, reports and maps may not show the same information.
  3. The City of New Orleans makes no representation that the information is accurate, complete, confirmed, investigated, timely, consistent, or correctly sequenced. Users must not consider the information reliable and must not use it to support decisions, conclusions, identifications, comparisons, or sequences of events.
  4. The City of New Orleans is not responsible for any error or omission in the information, or for the use of the information by third parties, or for the results of any use of the information. The City does not authorize use of the information for commercial or public mapping purposes.
  5. Although the City may attempt to do so, the City is not responsible to update, correct, detail, explain, maintain, or complete information displayed on the criminal activity viewer. The City is not obligated to display any particular information, report, or activity on the viewer, and it does not guarantee continuous, correct, or maintained viewer operation or availability.

Historical Crime Records

The following New Orleans Police Department records have been archived and can be found at the New Orleans Public Library.

 
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Last updated: 7/31/2019 12:53:13 PM

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