Regional Crime Mapping System and Subscription Service
Visit crimemapping.com to view regional crime maps and get automated email alerts of crimes in your neighborhood.
On the website, you can view maps in either a satellite photo view or on a road map. Just enter an address or a location (Balboa Park, CA) in the ‘Search’ box to see crimes for the last week, or select a different date range (up to one year). The crimes can be compiled in a report format and shown as a graph. You can email the link to others, which will be useful for Neighborhood Watch groups. The system has links to crime prevention services at local police agencies.
You also can subscribe to automated emails on recent crimes. Click the ‘Receive Crime Alerts’ button to enter an address, a distance radius (up to two miles), and select from a list of crimes. You will receive an email notification when these criteria are met, with a link back to a map.
The police agencies in San Diego County take reports for all crime cases, arrests and citations, which provide the incident data for crimemapping.com. These agencies are the San Diego County Sheriff (contract cities and unincorporated areas), the nine city police departments in the County (Carlsbad, Chula Vista, Coronado, Escondido, El Cajon, La Mesa, National City, Oceanside, San Diego) and the San Diego Harbor Police.
The data that are displayed on the crimemapping.com site will soon be available for download. The file will contain the most recent six months of the entire region’s crime incident data displayed on the crimemapping.com website.
Pam Scanlon, Director, ARJIS
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