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  • 1. 2009 Crime in Utah
  • 2. Table of ContentsAcknowledgements ................................................................................................................................................. 32009 Summary Analysis ......................................................................................................................................... 5Crime Factors ......................................................................................................................................................... 6Crime Clock ............................................................................................................................................................. 7Crime Cycle ............................................................................................................................................................. 8Officers Assaulted ................................................................................................................................................... 9Law Enforcement Employees per Agency ............................................................................................................. 11Local Agency Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 16Estimated Agency Crime Totals ............................................................................................................................ 22Arrest Data by Agency........................................................................................................................................... 27Arrest Data by Offense .......................................................................................................................................... 30Index Crimes.......................................................................................................................................................... 31 Homicide .................................................................................................................................................. 31 Rape ......................................................................................................................................................... 35 Robbery ................................................................................................................................................... 37 Aggravated Assault .................................................................................................................................. 39 Burglary.................................................................................................................................................... 41 Larceny..................................................................................................................................................... 43 Motor Vehicle Theft................................................................................................................................. 45 Hate Crimes ............................................................................................................................................. 47 Property Stolen and Recovered ............................................................................................................... 49Ten Year Trends .................................................................................................................................................... 50Incident Based Reporting ...................................................................................................................................... 54 Participating Agencies ............................................................................................................................. 54 Crimes Against Persons ........................................................................................................................... 56 Crimes Against Property .......................................................................................................................... 58 Crimes Against Society ............................................................................................................................ 60 Domestic Violence Analysis ..................................................................................................................... 62 Group B Arrest Breakdown ...................................................................................................................... 64 Clearance Rates ....................................................................................................................................... 67Glossary ................................................................................................................................................................. 68 2009 Crime in Utah Page 2
  • 3. AcknowledgementsThe Department of Public Safety would like to acknowledge and recognize the following law enforcement agencies fortheir dedication to the UCR/IBR programs. Without their efforts to provide BCI with their crime data, this report wouldnot be possible.BEAVER COUNTY AGENCIES DUCHESNE COUNTY AGENCIES Murray PDBeaver CO SO Duchesne CO SO Salt Lake City PD Roosevelt PD Sandy PDBOX ELDER COUNTY AGENCIES South Jordan PDBox Elder CO SO EMERY COUNTY AGENCIES South Salt Lake PDBrigham City PD Emery CO SO Taylorsville PDPerry PD University of Utah PDTremonton PD GRAND COUNTY AGENCIES Utah Transit Authority PD Grand CO SO West Jordan PDCACHE COUNTY AGENCIES Moab PD West Valley PDCache CO SOCache Rich Drug Task Force IRON COUNTY AGENCIES SAN JUAN COUNTY AGENCIESLogan PD Iron CO SO San Juan CO SONorth Park PD Brian Head Marshal Blanding PDSmithfield PD Cedar City PD Monticello PDUtah State University PD Enoch PD Fairview PD Parowan PD Mt. Pleasant PDCARBON COUNTY AGENCIES Southern Utah University PDCarbon CO SO SEVIER COUNTY AGENCIESCollege of Eastern Utah PD JUAB COUNTY AGENCIES Sevier CO SOHelper PD Juab CO SO Richfield PDPrice PD Nephi PD Salina PDWellington PD KANE COUNTY AGENCIES SUMMIT COUNTY AGENCIESDAGGETT COUNTY AGENCIES Kane CO SO Summit CO SODaggett CO SO Big Water Marshal Kamas PD Kanab PD Park City PDDAVIS COUNTY AGENCIESDavis CO SO MILLARD COUNTY AGENCIES TOOELE COUNTY AGENCIESBountiful PD Millard CO SO Tooele CO SOCenterville PD Grantsville PDClearfield PD MORGAN COUNTY AGENCIES Stockton/Rush Valley PDClinton PD Morgan CO SO Tooele PDDavis Metro Narcotics Strike ForceFarmington PD RICH COUNTY AGENCIES UINTAH COUNTY AGENCIESKaysville PD Rich CO SO Uintah CO SOLayton PD Naples PDNorth Salt Lake PD SALT LAKE COUNTY AGENCIES Vernal PDSunset PD Salt Lake CO SOSyracuse PD Cottonwood Heights PD UTAH COUNTY AGENCIESWest Bountiful PD Draper PD Utah CO SOWoods Cross PD Granite School District PD American Fork/Cedar Hills PD Midvale PD BYU PD 2009 Crime in Utah Page 3
  • 4. Lehi PD WASATCH COUNTY AGENCIES WAYNE COUNTY AGENCIESLindon City PD Wasatch CO SO WAYNE CO SOLone Peak PD Heber City PDMapleton PD WEBER COUNTY AGENCIESOrem DPS WASHINGTON COUNTY AGENCIES Weber CO SOPayson PD Washington CO SO Harrisville PDPleasant Grove PD Hildale PD North Ogden PDProvo PD Hurricane PD Ogden PDSalem PD Ivins City Public Safety Pleasant View PDSantaquin/Genola PD Department Riverdale PDSaratoga Springs PD La Verkin PD Roy PDSpanish Fork PD Leeds PD South Ogden PDSpringville PD Springdale PD Weber State University PDUtah County Major Crimes Task St. George PD Force Washington City PD UTAH STATE AGENCIESUtah Valley University PD Highway Patrol Parks & Recreation 2009 Crime in Utah Page 4
  • 5. 2009 Summary AnalysisThe population figures used in this book are based on data received from the U.S. Census Bureau. The U.S. CensusBureau’s web site for estimated population totals and the methodology used is located here:http://www.census.gov/popest/esttopics.html . • In 2009, a total of 96,762 index crimes were committed, which indicates a 0.21% increase in the overall crime rate from 2008. • The violent crime rate decreased 1.46% from the previous year; with decreases in the robbery rate (7.47%) and the aggravated assault rate (0.57%). There were increases in the homicide rate (5.13%) and the rape rate (4.17%). • Firearms were used in 63.41% of the homicides reported. • 34.15% of the homicides reported involved family relationships, 52.22% did not, and in 14.63% the victim/offender relationship was unknown. • The property crime rate increased 0.33%. • The burglary rate increased 6.00%. • The larceny rate decreased 0.34%. • The value of property stolen amounted to $90,841,785. Of that amount, $20,440,939 was recovered, indicating a 22.50% recovery rate. • Residential burglaries accounted for 66.41% of all burglaries. Of all residential burglaries, 44.83% were known to be committed during daytime hours (6:00 am to 6:00 pm). • Reported hate crimes increased from 44 in 2008 to 55 in 2009, a 25% increase. • There were 134,151 arrests reported in 2009. This is down 3.34% from 2008. Adult arrests decreased 0.98%. Juvenile arrests decreased 12.05%. This arrest data does not include the Utah Highway Patrol arrests. They are unable to break down the arrests by age group. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 5
  • 6. Crime FactorsIn order to produce a meaningful statistical profile of crime within the State of Utah, each law enforcement agency isasked to participate in the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program, reporting data on crimes that became known to lawenforcement within their jurisdiction. Utah uses the same offense classifications used in the national UCR program sothat the resulting crime statistics are comparable to those compiled across the nation.In the UCR program, crimes are divided into two categories: Part I Crimes (or “Index Crimes”), which include homicideand non-negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny, motor vehicle theft, andarson; and Part II crimes, which include all other non-traffic offenses. If more than one Part I offense is committed in thesame criminal episode, only the most serious offense is reported. Only arrest data is collected on the Part II crimes.Crime rates in this publication are based on the stable population of the municipality. Although transient populationsdefinitely impact the volume and nature of crime, it is impractical to base crime rate calculations on these fluctuatingpopulations. Therefore, a municipality with high transient populations may have a higher crime rate than anothermunicipality of similar size.Characteristics of the community influence criminal activity and should be considered when attempting to interpret crimestatistics presented herein. Twenty-three Utah law enforcement agencies did not report crime statistics to the state.Below are some factors which will affect the type and volume of crime that occurs and is subsequently reported in a givenlocation.• Density and size of the population of the community and of the surrounding area.• Relative stability of the population, including seasonal, commuter, and other transient populations.• Composition of the population, particularly with reference to age, sex, and socioeconomic status.• Economic status, including job availability and mores of the population.• Climate, including seasonal weather conditions.• Cultural conditions such as educational levels, recreational opportunities, and religious characteristics.• Effective strength of law enforcement, including cooperation of neighboring agencies, reservations and federal law enforcement agencies.• Administrative and investigative emphasis and efficiency of the local law enforcement agency, including the degree of adherence to crime reporting standards.• Policies of other components of the criminal justice system (i.e., prosecutorial, judicial, correctional, and probational).• Attitudes of the public toward law enforcement and their crime reporting practices. This report reflects crime in Utah as far as it is completely and accurately reported by local law enforcement agencies to the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 6
  • 7. Crime Clock On the average, one INDEX CRIME is reported every 5.43 minutes in the State of Utah. One homicide every One rape every 8.90 days 9.47 hours One robbery every One aggravated assault 6.67 hours every 2.41 hours One burglary every One larceny every 35.57 minutes 7.56 minutes One motor vehicle theft One arson every 1.40 hours every 1.09 days The Crime Clock should be viewed with care. Being an aggregate representation of UCR data,it is designed to convey the annual reported crime experience by showing the relative frequency inoccurrence of the Index Offenses. This mode of display should not be taken to imply regularity inthe commission of the Part I Offenses; rather, it represents the annual ratio of crime to fixed timeintervals. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 7
  • 8. Crime Cycle Average number of index crimes reported in a 24 hour period in Utah. The Crime Cycle should be viewed with care. Being an aggregate representation of UCR data,it is designed to convey the annual reported crime experience by showing the relative frequency inoccurrence of the Index Offenses. This mode of display should not be taken to imply regularity inthe commission of the Part I Offenses; rather, it represents the annual ratio of crime to fixed timeintervals. Homicides Rapes 0.11 2.53 Total Index Crimes Robberies 265.10 Agg. Assaults 3.60 9.97 Burglaries Larcenies 40.49 190.36 Motor Vehicle Thefts Arsons 17.12 0.92 2009 Crime in Utah Page 8
  • 9. Officers Assaulted When reviewing the information on Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted in this publicationthe following needs to be considered: • The data in the tables and charts reflect the number of victim officers, not the number of incidents or weapons used. • The UCR Program considers any part of the body that can be used as weapons (such as hands, fists, or feet) to be personal weapons and designates them as such in its data.As of October 31, 2009 there were 4,761 law enforcement officers in Utah. Female officers made up 7.51%with male officers making up 92.49% of law enforcement officers employed in Utah. Type of Assignment Assaults with Injury Assignment Assaults Type Number Percent of Total Two Officer Vehicle 3 With Injury 107 18.1% Without Injury 484 81.9% One Officer Vehicle - Alone 83 Total 591 100.0% One Officer Vehicle - Assisted 420 Special Assignment - Alone 21 Assaults on Officers Cleared - 2009 Special Assignment - Assisted 32 Offenses 519 Cleared 508 Other - Alone 8 Clearance Rate 97.9% Other - Assisted 24 Note: An offense cleared in 2009 may Total 591 have occurred in a previous year. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 9
  • 10. Officers AssaultedNOTE: Personal weapons consist of hands, feet, teeth, etc. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 10
  • 11. Law Enforcement Employees Per AgencyBecause of law enforcement’s differing service requirements and functions as well as the varieddemographic traits and characteristics of jurisdictions, use caution when drawing comparisonsbetween agency staffing levels based upon police employment data from the Uniform CrimeReporting (UCR) Program. It must be remembered that the totals given for sworn officers for anyparticular agency reflect not only the patrol officers on the street but also officers assigned tovarious other duties such as those in administrative and investigative positions as well as thoseassigned to special teams.Data Collection: • Each year, law enforcement agencies in Utah report the total number of sworn law enforcement officers and civilians in their agency as of October 31 to the UCR Program. • The UCR Program defines law enforcement officers as full-time, sworn personnel that possess full arrest powers, and carry a weapon. Their primary duties include responding to routine calls for police service, emergency situations, or crime scenes; performing routine patrol; rendering emergency services, enforcing criminal laws and traffic regulations; and investigating violations of criminal laws and traffic accidents. These employees’ salaries are paid from law enforcement funds. In addition, correctional officers and police cadets should only be included in the officer counts if they are sworn and possess full arrest powers. • Civilian counts are inclusive of all full-time employees of the agency, i.e., dispatchers, clerks, and meter attendants. These employees’ salaries are paid from law enforcement funds. Furthermore, correctional officers or jailers that have no police or arrest powers outside the jail, should be counted as civilians as long as their salaries are paid from the funds of the law enforcement agency.Overview: • In 2009, sworn officers accounted for 62.98% of all law enforcement personnel in Utah. • The rate of full-time law enforcement employees (civilian and sworn) per 1,000 inhabitants in Utah for 2009 was 2.78; the rate of sworn officers was 2 per 1,000. The UCR Program computes these rates by taking the number of employees, dividing by the population of agency’s jurisdiction, and multiplying by 1,000. • Female employees accounted for 51.80% of all full-time civilian law enforcement employees in 2009. • Males accounted for 92.49% of all full-time sworn law enforcement officers in 2009. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 11
  • 12. Law Enforcement Employees Per Agency FULL-TIME TOTAL EMPLOYEES TOTAL FT AGENCY POPULATION PER 1,000 FT LEO CIVILIAN TOTAL Beaver CO SO 5,437 14.16 54 23 77 Minersville PD 830 1.20 1 0 1 TOTAL BEAVER COUNTY 6,267 12.45 55 23 78 Box Elder CO SO 15,416 5.71 74 14 88 Brigham City PD 18,900 1.59 25 5 30 Garland PD 2,086 1.92 4 0 4 Mantua PD 774 1.29 1 0 1 Perry PD 3,950 1.52 6 0 6 Tremonton PD 7,002 1.71 10 2 12 Willard PD 1,774 1.13 2 0 2 TOTAL BOX ELDER COUNTY 49,902 2.87 122 21 143 Cache CO SO 43,439 3.34 112 33 145 Cache Rich Drug Task Force 0 0.00 0 0 0 Logan PD 49,534 1.47 61 12 73 North Park PD 12,539 0.80 9 1 10 Smithfield PD 9,757 0.92 8 1 9 USU PD 0 0.00 11 5 16 TOTAL CACHE COUNTY 115,269 2.19 201 52 253 Carbon CO SO 6,975 6.59 40 6 46 CEU PD 0 0.00 1 0 1 East Carbon PD 1,271 3.15 4 0 4 Helper PD 1,906 3.67 6 1 7 Price PD 8,236 2.31 17 2 19 Wellington PD 1,601 2.50 4 0 4 TOTAL CARBON COUNTY 19,989 4.05 72 9 81 DAGGETT CO SO 941 24.44 8 15 23 Davis CO SO 24,688 14.30 95 258 353 Bountiful PD 44,477 1.17 37 15 52 Centerville PD 16,177 1.24 17 3 20 Clearfield PD 28,376 1.52 30 13 43 Clinton PD 20,147 0.79 15 1 16 Davis Metro Narcotics Strike Force 0 0.00 0 1 1 Farmington PD 17,833 0.90 13 3 16 Kaysville PD 26,314 0.84 20 2 22 Layton PD 66,746 1.47 71 27 98 North Salt Lake PD 14,210 1.27 16 2 18 Sunset PD 5,008 1.80 8 1 9 Syracuse PD 22,542 0.93 19 2 21 West Bountiful PD 5,421 2.03 10 1 11 Woods Cross PD 8,888 1.58 12 2 14 TOTAL DAVIS COUNTY 300,827 2.31 363 331 694 Duchesne CO SO 12,482 4.17 16 36 52 Roosevelt PD 5,466 2.56 12 2 14 TOTAL DUCHESNE COUNTY 17,948 3.68 28 38 66 EMERY CO SO 10,629 4.05 25 18 43 Page 12 Garfield CO SO 3,868 6.98 6 21 272009 Crime in Utah
  • 13. Law Enforcement Employees Per Agency FULL-TIME TOTAL EMPLOYEES TOTAL FT AGENCY POPULATION PER 1,000 FT LEO CIVILIAN TOTAL Escalante PD 757 1.32 1 0 1 TOTAL GARFIELD COUNTY 4,625 6.05 7 21 28 Grand CO SO 4,512 7.54 19 15 34 Moab PD 5,148 3.69 14 5 19 TOTAL GRAND COUNTY 9,660 5.49 33 20 53 Iron CO SO 8,124 9.48 39 38 77 Brian Head Marshal 127 39.37 5 0 5 Cedar City PD 29,144 1.37 34 6 40 Enoch PD 5,240 1.15 4 2 6 Parowan PD 2,645 1.13 3 0 3 SUU PD 0 0.00 4 1 5 TOTAL IRON COUNTY 45,280 3.00 89 47 136 Juab CO SO 4,726 4.66 9 13 22 Nephi PD 5,518 1.81 8 2 10 TOTAL JUAB COUNTY 10,244 3.12 17 15 32 Kane CO SO 2,384 10.91 18 8 26 Big Water Marshal 413 2.42 1 0 1 Kanab PD 3,804 2.10 6 2 8 TOTAL KANE COUNTY 6,601 5.30 25 10 35 MILLARD CO SO 12,276 4.07 25 25 50 MORGAN CO SO 8,908 1.46 11 2 13 PIUTE CO SO 1,431 2.10 3 0 3 RICH CO SO 2,160 4.63 5 5 10 Salt Lake CO SO 234,167 5.39 324 939 1,263 Alta Marshal 374 21.39 4 4 8 Cottonwood Heights PD 35,407 1.10 34 5 39 Draper PD 43,217 0.93 33 7 40 Granite School District PD 0 0.00 16 24 40 Midvale PD 29,374 1.91 46 10 56 Murray PD 46,587 2.13 79 20 99 Salt Lake City PD 183,171 3.19 427 157 584 Sandy PD 97,177 1.49 115 30 145 South Jordan PD 54,631 1.06 48 10 58 South Salt Lake PD 21,774 3.54 63 14 77 Taylorsville PD 59,102 1.02 57 3 60 U of U PD 0 0.00 29 69 98 UTA PD 0 0.00 38 12 50 West Jordan PD 104,915 1.35 103 39 142 West Valley PD 125,093 1.85 188 44 232 TOTAL SALT LAKE COUNTY 1,034,989 2.89 1,604 1,387 2,991 San Juan CO SO 9,729 3.80 16 21 37 Blanding PD 3,292 1.52 5 0 5 Monticello PD 2,028 2.47 4 1 5 TOTAL SAN JUAN COUNTY 15,049 3.12 25 22 47 Sanpete CO SO 8,909 6.06 37 17 54 Page 13 Centerfield PD 1,113 0.90 1 0 12009 Crime in Utah
  • 14. Law Enforcement Employees Per Agency FULL-TIME TOTAL EMPLOYEES TOTAL FT AGENCY POPULATION PER 1,000 FT LEO CIVILIAN TOTAL Ephraim PD 5,419 0.92 5 0 5 Fairview PD 1,227 0.81 1 0 1 Fountain Green PD 991 1.01 1 0 1 Gunnison PD 3,036 0.99 3 0 3 Moroni PD 1,345 0.74 1 0 1 Mt. Pleasant PD 2,851 1.40 4 0 4 Spring City PD 1,055 0.95 1 0 1 TOTAL SANPETE COUNTY 25,946 2.74 54 17 71 Sevier CO SO 10,302 6.50 35 32 67 Richfield PD 7,280 2.06 13 2 15 Salina PD 2,394 2.09 4 1 5 TOTAL SEVIER COUNTY 19,976 4.36 52 35 87 Summit CO SO 27,284 3.89 77 29 106 Kamas PD 1,558 1.28 2 0 2 Park City PD 8,127 4.80 30 9 39 TOTAL SUMMIT COUNTY 36,969 3.98 109 38 147 Tooele CO SO 17,257 5.33 36 56 92 Grantsville PD 9,239 1.30 10 2 12 Stockton/Rush Valley PD 1,131 0.88 1 0 1 Tooele PD 30,708 1.17 32 4 36 TOTAL TOOELE COUNTY 58,335 2.42 79 62 141 Uintah CO SO 20,568 3.06 52 11 63 Naples PD 1,752 4.00 6 1 7 Vernal PD 9,216 2.71 22 3 25 TOTAL UINTAH COUNTY 31,536 3.01 80 15 95 Utah CO SO 48,391 7.50 146 217 363 American Fork/Cedar Hills PD 38,149 0.97 32 5 37 BYU PD 0 0.00 28 12 40 Lehi PD 48,993 0.88 39 4 43 Lindon City PD 11,072 1.35 14 1 15 Lone Peak PD 26,937 0.78 19 2 21 Mapleton PD 8,440 1.07 8 1 9 Orem DPS 95,248 1.32 90 36 126 Payson PD 18,150 0.99 17 1 18 Pleasant Grove PD 35,201 0.94 25 8 33 Provo PD 119,775 1.23 100 47 147 Salem PD 6,845 1.46 9 1 10 Santaquin/Genola PD 9,733 1.03 10 0 10 Saratoga Springs PD 16,125 1.24 17 3 20 Spanish Fork PD 32,643 0.95 28 3 31 Springville PD 29,605 1.28 27 11 38 Utah County Major Crimes Task Force* 0 0.00 0 1 1 Utah County Prosec-Investigations 0 0.00 5 2 7 Utah Valley University PD 0 0.00 9 1 10 TOTAL UTAH COUNTY 545,307 1.80 623 356 9792009 Crime in Utah Page 14
  • 15. Law Enforcement Employees Per Agency FULL-TIME TOTAL EMPLOYEES TOTAL FT AGENCY POPULATION PER 1,000 FT LEO CIVILIAN TOTAL Wasatch CO SO 11,493 3.65 19 23 42 Heber City PD 10,107 1.48 13 2 15 TOTAL WASATCH COUNTY 21,600 2.64 32 25 57 Washington CO SO 18,115 8.39 43 109 152 Dixie College PD 0 0.00 5 0 5 Hildale PD 1,956 5.11 5 5 10 Hurricane PD 13,344 1.50 16 4 20 Ivins City Public Safety Department 7,874 1.27 7 3 10 La Verkin PD 4,364 0.92 4 0 4 Leeds PD 762 0.00 0 0 0 St. George PD 72,555 1.94 102 39 141 Washington City PD 17,882 1.17 17 4 21 TOTAL WASHINGTON COUNTY 137,473 2.64 199 164 363 WAYNE CO SO 2,601 2.31 6 0 6 Weber CO SO 56,488 1.61 89 2 91 Harrisville PD 6,217 1.61 9 1 10 North Ogden PD 17,946 1.11 17 3 20 Ogden PD 83,296 1.91 130 29 159 Pleasant View PD 7,225 1.25 8 1 9 Riverdale PD 8,285 2.78 19 4 23 Roy PD 36,259 1.21 37 7 44 South Ogden PD 16,118 1.86 25 5 30 WSU PD 0 0.00 9 1 10 TOTAL WEBER COUNTY 231,834 1.71 343 53 396 Highway Patrol 0 0.00 426 36 462 Parks & Recreation 0 0.00 76 1 77 Wildlife Resources 0 0.00 74 2 76 STATE AGENCY TOTAL 0 0.00 576 39 615 STATE TOTAL 2,784,572 2.78 4,871 2,865 7,736 *Officers working for this agency are employed full time by other law enforcement agencies.Full-time Law Enforcement Officers – All full-time sworn law enforcement officers who were on thedepartment’s payroll as of October 31, 2009 and who work a full-time workweek. This includes theChief, Sheriff, Commissioner, Superintendent or other sworn department head. This does notinclude special officers, merchant police or other who are not paid from law enforcement funds.Full-time Civilian Employees – All full-time civilian employees who were on the department’s payrollas of October 31, 2009 and who worked a normal full-time workweek. This includes clerks, recordspersonnel, mechanics, etc. who do not have police powers. It does not include school crossingguards or employees not paid from law enforcement funds. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 15
  • 16. Local Agency Overview Data for the Local Agency Overview is compiled from information that the local agencies submit to BCI. Refer to the Glossary section for definitions of the offenses listed below. Offenses are defined according to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting definitions, which may vary from the state crime statutes. Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencyBeaver CO SO 5,437 0 0 0 5 13 37 4 0 59 10.85Minersville PD 830 No Data Received 0 0.00TOTAL BEAVER COUNTY 6,267 0 0 0 5 13 37 4 0 59 9.41Box Elder CO SO 15,416 0 3 1 2 43 137 7 0 193 12.52Brigham City PD 18,900 0 14 5 28 81 400 15 0 543 28.73Garland PD 2,086 No Data Received 0 0.00Mantua PD 774 No Data Received 0 0.00Perry PD 3,950 0 0 0 0 6 54 3 0 63 15.95Tremonton PD 7,002 0 3 1 0 35 135 4 1 179 25.56Willard PD 1,774 No Data Received 0 0.00TOTAL BOX ELDER COUNTY 49,902 0 20 7 30 165 726 29 1 978 19.60Cache CO SO 43,439 0 7 1 15 66 394 21 0 504 11.60Cache Rich Drug Task Force 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 6 0.00Logan PD 49,534 0 13 1 33 129 605 25 5 811 16.37North Park PD 12,539 0 10 0 3 37 226 11 3 290 23.13Smithfield PD 9,757 0 0 0 6 41 97 5 0 149 15.27USU PD 0 0 2 0 0 12 128 1 0 143 0.00TOTAL CACHE COUNTY 115,269 0 32 2 57 285 1,456 63 8 1,903 16.51Carbon CO SO 6,975 0 6 0 3 36 73 1 4 123 17.63CEU PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 0 0 12 0.00East Carbon PD 1,271 No Data Received 0 0.00Helper PD 1,906 0 0 0 1 2 18 3 2 26 13.64Price PD 8,236 0 3 1 8 57 309 10 0 388 47.11Wellington PD 1,601 0 0 0 1 12 17 1 0 31 19.36TOTAL CARBON COUNTY 19,989 0 9 1 13 108 428 15 6 580 29.02DAGGETT CO SO 941 0 0 0 0 5 12 1 0 18 19.13Davis CO SO 24,688 0 3 0 15 53 217 14 0 302 12.23Bountiful PD 44,477 0 18 11 31 156 956 36 2 1,210 27.21Centerville PD 16,177 0 1 1 10 41 330 17 0 400 24.73 Page 16Clearfield PD 28,376 0 10 8 31 110 706 29 7 901 31.75 2009 Crime in Utah
  • 17. Local Agency Overview Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencyClinton PD 20,147 0 7 4 8 47 270 16 1 353 17.52Davis Metro Narcotics Strike Force 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0.00Farmington PD 17,833 0 3 0 0 31 129 9 0 172 9.65Kaysville PD 26,314 0 8 3 7 65 335 18 0 436 16.57Layton PD 66,746 0 23 23 72 256 1,749 60 4 2,187 32.77North Salt Lake PD 14,210 0 3 0 3 114 197 40 0 357 25.12Sunset PD 5,008 0 1 1 2 26 98 4 0 132 26.36Syracuse PD 22,542 0 4 0 14 49 256 4 5 332 14.73West Bountiful PD 5,421 0 1 0 1 18 185 6 0 211 38.92Woods Cross PD 8,888 0 4 3 5 36 177 19 1 245 27.57TOTAL DAVIS COUNTY 300,827 0 86 54 199 1,002 5,607 272 20 7,240 24.07Duchesne CO SO 12,482 0 7 0 9 69 126 8 0 219 17.55Roosevelt PD 5,466 0 2 0 5 44 154 3 1 209 38.24TOTAL DUCHESNE COUNTY 17,948 0 9 0 14 113 280 11 1 428 23.85EMERY CO SO 10,629 2 1 1 2 31 76 1 0 114 10.73GARFIELD CO SO 3,868 No Data Received 0 0.00Escalante PD 757 No Data Received 0 0.00TOTAL GARFIELD COUNTY 4,625 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00Grand CO SO 4,512 0 6 0 1 12 41 3 0 63 13.96Moab PD 5,148 0 1 1 12 34 218 9 0 275 53.42TOTAL GRAND COUNTY 9,660 0 7 1 13 46 259 12 0 338 34.99Iron CO SO 8,124 0 9 2 11 65 87 12 3 189 23.26Brian Head Marshal 127 0 0 0 0 6 24 0 0 30 236.22Cedar City PD 29,144 2 18 7 15 105 610 31 2 790 27.11Enoch PD 5,240 0 0 0 3 20 25 1 0 49 9.35Parowan PD 2,645 0 1 0 2 4 9 1 0 17 6.43SUU PD 0 0 0 0 0 13 52 3 0 68 0.00TOTAL IRON COUNTY 45,280 2 28 9 31 213 807 48 5 1,143 25.24Juab CO SO 4,726 0 1 0 2 12 56 3 0 74 15.66Nephi PD 5,518 0 1 0 5 44 97 10 2 159 28.81TOTAL JUAB COUNTY 10,244 0 2 0 7 56 153 13 2 233 22.75Kane CO SO 2,384 0 1 0 6 37 18 0 0 62 26.01 Page 17Big Water Marshal 413 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 4 9.69 2009 Crime in Utah
  • 18. Local Agency Overview Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencyKanab PD 3,804 0 1 0 8 23 107 3 0 142 37.33TOTAL KANE COUNTY 6,601 0 2 0 18 60 125 3 0 208 31.51MILLARD CO SO 12,276 0 4 0 12 50 215 7 0 288 23.46MORGAN CO SO 8,908 0 1 0 2 10 42 3 0 58 6.51PIUTE CO SO 1,431 No Data Received 0 0.00RICH CO SO 2,160 0 0 0 0 18 32 1 0 51 23.61Salt Lake CO SO 234,167 3 86 114 550 1,549 5,810 827 27 8,966 38.29Alta Marshal 374 No Data Received 0 0.00Cottonwood Heights PD 35,407 1 5 15 33 227 837 70 3 1,191 33.64Draper PD 43,217 1 11 4 31 231 682 62 7 1,029 23.81Granite School District PD 0 0 0 0 9 22 109 4 7 151 0.00Midvale PD 29,374 1 15 23 71 362 1,157 207 7 1,843 62.74Murray PD 46,587 0 30 53 106 532 2,873 227 6 3,827 82.15Salt Lake City PD 183,171 4 102 414 768 2,122 10,940 1,323 54 15,727 85.86Sandy PD 97,177 2 18 23 120 558 2,681 186 14 3,602 37.07South Jordan PD 54,631 1 7 8 24 224 904 48 2 1,218 22.30South Salt Lake PD 21,774 1 45 55 98 285 1,248 250 7 1,989 91.35Taylorsville PD 59,102 1 20 51 115 464 2,421 288 17 3,377 57.14U of U PD 0 0 2 0 5 38 540 26 1 612 0.00UTA PD 0 0 0 7 6 0 419 27 0 459 0.00West Jordan PD 104,915 4 30 36 102 529 2,829 247 16 3,793 36.15West Valley PD 125,093 4 87 155 318 1,050 4,433 695 15 6,757 54.02TOTAL SALT LAKE COUNTY 1,034,989 23 458 958 2,356 8,193 37,883 4,487 183 54,541 52.70San Juan CO SO 9,729 0 2 2 6 12 36 1 0 59 6.06Blanding PD 3,292 0 0 0 14 13 46 1 0 74 22.48Monticello PD 2,028 0 1 0 1 8 13 0 1 24 11.83TOTAL SAN JUAN COUNTY 15,049 0 3 2 21 33 95 2 1 157 10.43Sanpete CO SO 8,909 No Data Received 0 0.00Centerfield PD 1,113 No Data Received 0 0.00Ephraim PD 5,419 No Data Received 0 0.00Fairview PD 1,227 0 0 0 1 5 5 5 0 16 13.04Fountain Green PD 991 No Data Received 0 0.00 Page 18Gunnison PD 3,036 No Data Received 0 0.00 2009 Crime in Utah
  • 19. Local Agency Overview Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencyMoroni PD 1,345 No Data Received 0 0.00Mt. Pleasant PD 2,851 0 1 0 3 23 44 13 0 84 29.46Spring City PD 1,055 No Data Received 0 0.00TOTAL SANPETE COUNTY 25,946 0 1 0 4 28 49 18 0 100 3.85Sevier CO SO 10,302 0 3 1 8 39 100 4 2 157 15.24Richfield PD 7,280 0 2 0 1 42 211 9 0 265 36.40Salina PD 2,394 0 0 0 3 29 87 3 0 122 50.96TOTAL SEVIER COUNTY 19,976 0 5 1 12 110 398 16 2 544 27.23Summit CO SO 27,284 0 4 2 10 105 496 37 0 654 23.97Kamas PD 1,558 0 0 0 0 0 25 1 0 26 16.69Park City PD 8,127 0 0 5 16 52 447 13 0 533 65.58TOTAL SUMMIT COUNTY 36,969 0 4 7 26 157 968 51 0 1,213 32.81Tooele CO SO 17,257 0 10 0 24 65 178 38 6 321 18.60Grantsville PD 9,239 0 1 0 5 27 83 14 2 132 14.29Stockton/Rush Valley PD 1,131 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1.77Tooele PD 30,708 0 22 10 47 218 807 51 11 1,166 37.97TOTAL TOOELE COUNTY 58,335 0 33 10 76 310 1,070 103 19 1,621 27.79Uintah CO SO 20,568 0 6 1 26 57 168 20 2 280 13.61Naples PD 1,752 0 0 0 1 8 38 4 0 51 29.11Vernal PD 9,216 0 5 0 10 36 320 18 2 391 42.43TOTAL UINTAH COUNTY 31,536 0 11 1 37 101 526 42 4 722 22.89Utah CO SO 48,391 1 7 0 11 87 298 17 3 424 8.76American Fork/Cedar Hills PD 38,149 0 8 10 16 162 969 43 4 1,212 31.77BYU PD 0 0 0 1 1 11 272 2 0 287 0.00Lehi PD 48,993 0 11 0 15 169 648 54 0 897 18.31Lindon City PD 11,072 0 2 3 5 39 252 14 1 316 28.54Lone Peak PD 26,937 0 5 1 6 100 230 13 1 356 13.22Mapleton PD 8,440 0 0 0 1 10 80 2 0 93 11.02Orem DPS 95,248 1 14 22 13 220 2,184 116 1 2,571 26.99Payson PD 18,150 0 4 3 8 90 465 22 0 592 32.62Pleasant Grove PD 35,201 1 8 2 9 106 443 23 1 593 16.85Provo PD 119,775 1 35 33 101 397 2,396 115 14 3,092 25.82Salem PD 6,845 0 3 0 1 11 60 4 0 79 11.54Santaquin/Genola PD 9,733 0 0 0 3 30 88 7 0 128 13.15 2009 Crime in Utah Page 19
  • 20. Local Agency Overview Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencySaratoga Springs PD 16,125 0 1 0 1 52 165 6 0 225 13.95Spanish Fork PD 32,643 0 4 2 2 108 515 23 0 654 20.03Springville PD 29,605 1 5 7 28 113 696 31 2 883 29.83Utah County Major Crimes TaskForce* 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.00Utah County Prosec-Investigations 0 No Data Received 0 0.00Utah Valley University PD 0 0 1 1 1 3 65 2 0 73 0.00TOTAL UTAH COUNTY 545,307 5 108 86 222 1,708 9,826 494 27 12,476 22.88Wasatch CO SO 11,493 0 2 0 7 46 114 12 0 181 15.75Heber City PD 10,107 0 1 1 0 11 61 3 0 77 7.62TOTAL WASATCH COUNTY 21,600 0 3 1 7 57 175 15 0 258 11.94Washington CO SO 18,115 2 6 0 13 37 88 8 1 155 8.56Dixie College PD 0 No Data Received 0 0.00Hildale PD 1,956 0 0 0 3 2 2 0 0 7 3.58Hurricane PD 13,344 0 5 0 23 62 223 22 1 336 25.18Ivins City Public Safety Department 7,874 0 2 0 2 15 37 2 0 58 7.37La Verkin PD 4,364 0 1 0 4 15 32 4 0 56 12.83Leeds PD 762 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 3.94Springdale PD 621 0 0 0 2 12 20 0 0 34 54.75St. George PD 72,555 0 13 13 66 317 1,160 61 12 1,642 22.63Washington City PD 17,882 0 4 5 25 66 290 15 1 406 22.70TOTAL WASHINGTON COUNTY 137,473 2 31 18 138 526 1,854 113 15 2,697 19.62WAYNE CO SO 2,601 0 0 0 5 10 95 1 0 111 42.68Weber CO SO 56,488 0 5 6 30 220 869 60 7 1,197 21.19Harrisville PD 6,217 0 2 12 4 27 277 9 0 331 53.24North Ogden PD 17,946 1 3 1 2 47 216 5 0 275 15.32Ogden PD 83,296 4 33 114 243 770 3,184 292 23 4,663 55.98Pleasant View PD 7,225 0 2 0 0 13 86 4 0 105 14.53Riverdale PD 8,285 0 4 8 11 27 514 14 2 580 70.01Roy PD 36,259 2 13 7 9 176 771 27 6 1,011 27.88South Ogden PD 16,118 0 5 6 27 76 304 12 4 434 26.93WSU PD 0 0 0 0 0 10 56 0 0 66 0.00TOTAL WEBER COUNTY 231,834 7 67 154 326 1,366 6,277 423 42 8,662 37.36Highway Patrol 0 See Arrest Data 0 0.00Parks & Recreation 0 0 0 0 7 4 10 0 0 21 0.00 2009 Crime in Utah Page 20
  • 21. Local Agency Overview Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencyWildlife Resources 0 No Data Received 0 0.00STATE AGENCY TOTAL 0 0 0 0 7 4 10 0 0 21 0.00STATE TOTAL 2,784,572 41 925 1,313 3,640 14,778 69,481 6,248 336 96,762 34.75 * Utah Highway Patrol only collects data on arrests – see arrest data. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 21
  • 22. Estimated Agency Crime Totals If an agency submitted 3 or more months of data, but fewer than 12, the estimation is based on the reports that the agency did submit. The total number of crimes for each category (rape, robbery, etc.) is estimated by multiplying the reported number of crimes in that category by 12/N, where N is the number of months for which reports exist. This formula was not used for homicides, as BCI gathers homicide data from all agencies, regardless of whether or not they submit UCR data. For agencies that submitted no data at all to BCI, estimated crime rates were based on agencies which are considered to be those in the same population group as the non-submitting agency, and which submitted a full 12 months of data. Thus, if all the fully-submitting agencies in the same population group average N number of rapes per 1,000 population, it was estimated that the non- submitting agency in the same population group also had N number of rapes per 1,000 population. The same process was repeated for robbery, aggravated assault, etc. It was not used for homicides, as BCI gathers homicide data from all agencies, regardless of whether or not they submit UCR data. Estimation was also not calculated on the arson data. Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencyBeaver CO SO 5,437 0 0 0 5 13 37 4 0 59 10.85Minersville PD 830 0 0 0 1 6 21 1 0 29 34.94TOTAL BEAVER COUNTY 6,267 0 0 0 6 19 58 5 0 88 14.04Box Elder CO SO 15,416 0 3 1 2 43 137 7 0 193 12.52Brigham City PD 18,900 0 14 5 28 81 400 15 0 543 28.73Garland PD 2,086 0 0 0 4 10 40 3 0 57 27.33Mantua PD 774 0 0 0 1 6 19 1 0 27 34.88Perry PD 3,950 0 0 0 0 6 54 3 0 63 15.95Tremonton PD 7,002 0 3 1 0 35 135 4 1 179 25.56Willard PD 1,774 0 0 0 3 13 45 2 0 63 35.51TOTAL BOX ELDER COUNTY 49,902 0 20 7 38 194 830 35 1 1,125 22.54Cache CO SO 43,439 0 7 1 15 66 394 21 0 504 11.60Cache Rich Drug Task Force 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 6 0.00Logan PD 49,534 0 13 1 33 129 605 25 5 811 16.37North Park PD 12,539 0 10 0 3 37 226 11 3 290 23.13Smithfield PD 9,757 0 0 0 6 41 97 5 0 149 15.27USU PD 0 0 2 0 0 12 128 1 0 143 0.00TOTAL CACHE COUNTY 115,269 0 32 2 57 285 1,456 63 8 1,903 16.51Carbon CO SO 6,975 0 6 0 3 36 73 1 4 123 17.63CEU PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 11 0 0 12 0.00East Carbon PD 1,271 0 0 0 2 10 32 1 0 45 35.41Helper PD 1,906 0 0 0 1 2 18 3 2 26 13.64Price PD 8,236 0 2 1 8 57 309 10 0 387 46.99Wellington PD 1,601 0 0 0 1 12 17 1 0 31 19.36TOTAL CARBON COUNTY 19,989 0 8 1 15 118 460 16 6 624 31.22 2009 Crime in Utah Page 22
  • 23. Estimated Agency Crime Totals Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencyDAGGETT CO SO 941 0 0 0 0 5 12 1 0 18 19.13Davis CO SO 24,688 0 3 0 15 53 217 14 0 302 12.23Bountiful PD 44,477 0 18 11 31 156 956 36 2 1,210 27.21Centerville PD 16,177 0 1 1 10 41 330 17 0 400 24.73Clearfield PD 28,376 0 10 8 31 110 706 29 7 901 31.75Clinton PD 20,147 0 7 4 8 47 270 16 1 353 17.52Davis Metro Narcotics Strike Force 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0.00Farmington PD 17,833 0 3 0 0 31 129 9 0 172 9.65Kaysville PD 26,314 0 8 3 7 65 335 18 0 436 16.57Layton PD 66,746 0 23 23 72 256 1,749 60 4 2,187 32.77North Salt Lake PD 14,210 0 3 0 3 114 197 40 0 357 25.12Sunset PD 5,008 0 1 1 2 26 98 4 0 132 26.36Syracuse PD 22,542 0 4 0 14 49 256 4 5 332 14.73West Bountiful PD 5,421 0 1 0 1 18 185 6 0 211 38.92Woods Cross PD 8,888 0 4 3 5 36 177 19 1 245 27.57TOTAL DAVIS COUNTY 300,827 0 86 54 199 1,002 5,607 272 20 7,240 24.07Duchesne CO SO 12,482 0 7 0 9 69 126 8 0 219 17.55Roosevelt PD 5,466 0 2 0 5 44 154 3 1 209 38.24TOTAL DUCHESNE COUNTY 17,948 0 9 0 14 113 280 11 1 428 23.85EMERY CO SO 10,629 2 1 1 2 31 76 1 0 114 10.73GARFIELD CO SO 3,868 0 1 0 8 18 75 5 0 107 27.66Escalante PD 757 0 0 0 1 6 19 1 0 27 35.67TOTAL GARFIELD COUNTY 4,625 0 1 0 9 24 94 6 0 134 28.97Grand CO SO 4,512 0 6 0 1 12 41 3 0 63 13.96Moab PD 5,148 0 1 1 12 34 218 9 0 275 53.42TOTAL GRAND COUNTY 9,660 0 7 1 13 46 259 12 0 338 34.99Iron CO SO 8,124 0 9 2 11 65 87 12 3 189 23.26Brian Head Marshal 127 0 0 0 0 6 24 0 0 30 236.22Cedar City PD 29,144 2 18 7 15 105 610 31 2 790 27.11Enoch PD 5,240 0 0 0 3 20 25 1 0 49 9.35Parowan PD 2,645 0 1 0 2 4 9 1 0 17 6.43SUU PD 0 0 0 0 0 13 52 3 0 68 0.00TOTAL IRON COUNTY 45,280 2 28 9 31 213 807 48 5 1,143 25.24Juab CO SO 4,726 0 1 0 2 12 56 3 0 74 15.66Nephi PD 5,518 0 1 0 5 44 97 10 2 159 28.81TOTAL JUAB COUNTY 10,244 0 2 0 7 56 153 13 2 233 22.75 2009 Crime in Utah Page 23
  • 24. Estimated Agency Crime Totals Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencyKane CO SO 2,384 0 1 0 6 37 18 0 0 62 26.01Big Water Marshal 413 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 4 9.69Kanab PD 3,804 0 1 0 8 23 107 3 0 142 37.33TOTAL KANE COUNTY 6,601 0 2 0 18 60 125 3 0 208 31.51MILLARD CO SO 12,276 0 4 0 12 50 215 7 0 288 23.46MORGAN CO SO 8,908 0 1 0 2 10 42 3 0 58 6.51PIUTE CO SO 1,431 0 0 0 2 11 36 2 0 51 35.64RICH CO SO 2,160 0 0 0 0 18 32 1 0 51 23.61Salt Lake CO SO 234,167 3 86 114 550 1,549 5,810 827 27 8,966 38.29Alta Marshal 374 0 0 0 1 3 9 0 0 13 34.76Cottonwood Heights PD 35,407 1 5 15 33 227 837 70 3 1,191 33.64Draper PD 43,217 1 11 4 31 231 682 62 7 1,029 23.81Granite School District PD 0 0 0 0 9 22 109 4 7 151 0.00Midvale PD 29,374 1 15 23 71 362 1,157 207 7 1,843 62.74Murray PD 46,587 0 30 53 106 532 2,681 227 6 3,635 78.03Salt Lake City PD 183,171 4 101 414 767 2,122 10,937 1,324 54 15,723 85.84Sandy PD 97,177 2 18 23 120 558 2,679 186 14 3,600 37.05South Jordan PD 54,631 1 7 8 24 224 904 48 2 1,218 22.30South Salt Lake PD 21,774 1 45 55 98 285 1,248 250 7 1,989 91.35Taylorsville PD 59,102 1 20 51 115 464 2,421 288 17 3,377 57.14U of U PD 0 0 2 0 5 38 540 26 1 612 0.00UTA PD 0 0 0 7 6 0 418 27 0 458 0.00West Jordan PD 104,915 4 30 36 102 529 2,829 247 16 3,793 36.15West Valley PD 125,093 4 87 155 318 1,050 4,433 695 15 6,757 54.02TOTAL SALT LAKE COUNTY 1,034,989 23 457 958 2,356 8,196 37,694 4,488 183 54,355 52.52San Juan CO SO 9,729 0 2 2 6 12 36 1 0 59 6.06Blanding PD 3,292 0 0 0 14 13 46 1 0 74 22.48Monticello PD 2,028 0 1 0 1 8 13 0 1 24 11.83TOTAL SAN JUAN COUNTY 15,049 0 3 2 21 33 95 2 1 157 10.43Sanpete CO SO 8,909 0 2 2 6 37 187 9 0 243 27.28Centerfield PD 1,113 0 0 0 2 8 28 1 0 39 35.04Ephraim PD 5,419 0 0 1 4 23 114 5 0 147 27.13Fairview PD 1,227 0 0 0 1 5 5 5 0 16 13.04Fountain Green PD 991 0 0 1 1 7 25 1 0 35 35.32Gunnison PD 3,036 0 1 0 6 14 59 4 0 84 27.67Moroni PD 1,345 0 0 0 2 10 34 2 0 48 35.69 Page 24Mt. Pleasant PD 2,851 0 1 0 3 23 44 13 0 84 29.46 2009 Crime in Utah
  • 25. Estimated Agency Crime Totals Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencySpring City PD 1,055 0 0 0 5 8 26 1 0 40 37.91TOTAL SANPETE COUNTY 25,946 0 4 4 30 135 522 41 0 736 28.37Sevier CO SO 10,302 0 3 1 8 39 100 4 2 157 15.24Richfield PD 7,280 0 2 0 1 42 211 9 0 265 36.40Salina PD 2,394 0 0 0 3 29 87 3 0 122 50.96TOTAL SEVIER COUNTY 19,976 0 5 1 12 110 398 16 2 544 27.23Summit CO SO 27,284 0 4 2 10 105 496 37 0 654 23.97Kamas PD 1,558 0 0 0 0 0 25 1 0 26 16.69Park City PD 8,127 0 0 5 16 52 447 13 0 533 65.58TOTAL SUMMIT COUNTY 36,969 0 4 7 26 157 968 51 0 1,213 32.81Tooele CO SO 17,257 0 10 0 24 65 178 38 6 321 18.60Grantsville PD 9,239 0 1 0 5 27 83 14 1 131 14.18Stockton/Rush Valley PD 1,131 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1.77Tooele PD 30,708 0 22 10 47 218 807 51 11 1,166 37.97TOTAL TOOELE COUNTY 58,335 0 33 10 76 310 1,070 103 18 1,620 27.77Uintah CO SO 20,568 0 6 1 26 57 168 20 2 280 13.61Naples PD 1,752 0 0 0 1 8 38 4 0 51 29.11Vernal PD 9,216 0 5 0 10 36 320 18 2 391 42.43TOTAL UINTAH COUNTY 31,536 0 11 1 37 101 526 42 4 722 22.89Utah CO SO 48,391 1 7 0 11 87 268 17 0 391 8.08American Fork/Cedar Hills PD 38,149 0 8 10 16 162 969 43 4 1,212 31.77BYU PD 0 0 0 1 1 11 271 2 1 287 0.00Lehi PD 48,993 0 11 0 15 169 648 54 0 897 18.31Lindon City PD 11,072 0 2 3 5 39 252 14 1 316 28.54Lone Peak PD 26,937 0 5 1 6 100 230 13 1 356 13.22Mapleton PD 8,440 0 0 0 1 10 80 2 0 93 11.02Orem DPS 95,248 1 14 22 13 220 2,184 116 1 2,571 26.99Payson PD 18,150 0 4 3 8 90 465 22 0 592 32.62Pleasant Grove PD 35,201 1 8 2 9 106 443 23 1 593 16.85Provo PD 119,775 1 35 33 101 397 2,396 115 14 3,092 25.82Salem PD 6,845 0 3 0 1 11 60 4 0 79 11.54Santaquin/Genola PD 9,733 0 0 0 3 30 88 7 0 128 13.15Saratoga Springs PD 16,125 0 1 0 1 52 165 6 0 225 13.95Spanish Fork PD 32,643 0 4 2 2 108 515 23 0 654 20.03Springville PD 29,605 1 5 7 28 113 696 31 2 883 29.83Utah County Major Crimes TaskForce* 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0.00Utah County Prosec-Investigations 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00Utah Valley University PD 0 0 1 1 1 3 65 2 0 73 0.00 Page 25TOTAL UTAH COUNTY 545,307 5 108 86 222 1,708 9,795 494 25 12,443 22.82 2009 Crime in Utah
  • 26. Estimated Agency Crime Totals Crime Rate per Motor Vehicle Aggravated Total Crime Population Homicide Burglary Robbery Larceny Assault Arson Index Theft Rape 1000 AgencyWasatch CO SO 11,493 0 2 0 7 46 114 12 0 181 15.75Heber City PD 10,107 0 1 1 0 11 61 3 0 77 7.62TOTAL WASATCH COUNTY 21,600 0 3 1 7 57 175 15 0 258 11.94Washington CO SO 18,115 2 6 0 13 37 88 8 1 155 8.56Dixie College PD 0 0 0 1 2 8 134 5 0 150 0.00Hildale PD 1,956 0 0 0 3 2 2 0 0 7 3.58Hurricane PD 13,344 0 5 0 23 62 223 22 1 336 25.18Ivins City Public Safety Department 7,874 0 2 0 2 15 37 2 0 58 7.37La Verkin PD 4,364 0 1 0 4 15 32 4 0 56 12.83Leeds PD 762 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 3 3.94Springdale PD 621 0 0 0 2 12 20 0 0 34 54.75St. George PD 72,555 0 13 13 66 317 1,160 61 12 1,642 22.63Washington City PD 17,882 0 4 5 25 66 290 15 1 406 22.70TOTAL WASHINGTON COUNTY 137,473 2 31 19 140 534 1,988 118 15 2,847 20.71WAYNE CO SO 2,601 0 0 0 5 10 95 1 0 111 42.68Weber CO SO 56,488 0 5 6 30 220 869 60 7 1,197 21.19Harrisville PD 6,217 0 2 12 4 27 277 9 0 331 53.24North Ogden PD 17,946 1 3 1 2 47 216 5 0 275 15.32Ogden PD 83,296 4 33 114 243 770 3,184 290 23 4,661 55.96Pleasant View PD 7,225 0 2 0 0 13 86 4 0 105 14.53Riverdale PD 8,285 0 4 8 11 27 514 14 2 580 70.01Roy PD 36,259 2 13 7 9 176 771 27 6 1,011 27.88South Ogden PD 16,118 0 5 6 27 76 304 12 4 434 26.93WSU PD 0 0 0 0 0 10 56 0 0 66 0.00TOTAL WEBER COUNTY 231,834 7 67 154 326 1,366 6,277 421 42 8,660 37.35Highway Patrol 0 See Arrest Data 0 0.00Parks & Recreation 0 0 0 0 7 4 10 0 0 21 0.00Wildlife Resources 0 0 0 1 2 8 134 5 0 150 0.00STATE AGENCY TOTAL 0 0 0 1 9 12 144 5 0 171 0.00STATE TOTAL 2,784,572 41 927 1,319 3,692 14,984 70,289 6,296 333 97,881 35.15 2009 Crime in Utah Page 26
  • 27. Arrest Data By AgencyAdult: an individual 18 years of age or older.Juvenile: an individual 17 years of age or younger. Juvenile Juvenile Adult Adult Total Total Agency AgencyBeaver CO SO 179 45 224 Farmington PD 369 72 441Minersville PD NDS 0 Kaysville PD 336 217 553TOTAL BEAVER COUNTY 179 45 224 Layton PD 1,707 912 2,619 North Salt Lake PD 332 75 407Box Elder CO SO 206 8 214 Sunset PD 23 0 23Brigham City PD 226 237 463 Syracuse PD 703 230 933Garland PD NDS 0 West Bountiful PD 296 57 353Mantua PD NDS 0 Woods Cross PD 398 127 525Perry PD 23 0 23 TOTAL DAVIS COUNTY 8,241 2,779 11,020Tremonton PD 95 73 168Willard PD NDS 0 Duchesne CO SO 426 55 481TOTAL BOX ELDER COUNTY 550 318 868 Roosevelt PD 138 62 200 TOTAL DUCHESNE COUNTY 564 117 681Cache CO SO 1,283 556 1,839Cache Rich Drug Task Force 269 22 291 EMERY CO SO 305 10 315Logan PD 1,758 743 2,501 GARFIELD CO SO NDS 0North Park PD 158 104 262 Escalante PD NDS 0Smithfield PD 121 41 162 TOTAL GARFIELD COUNTY NDS 0USU PD 41 2 43TOTAL CACHE COUNTY 3,630 1,468 5,098 Grand CO SO 237 10 247 Moab PD 444 61 505Carbon CO SO 138 25 163 TOTAL GRAND COUNTY 681 71 752CEU PD NDS 0East Carbon PD NDS 0 Iron CO SO 345 31 376Helper PD 130 18 148 Brian Head Marshal 3 4 7Price PD 486 252 738 Cedar City PD 1,224 338 1,562Wellington PD 23 0 23 Enoch PD 39 0 39TOTAL CARBON COUNTY 777 295 1,072 Parowan PD 57 1 58 SUU PD 44 6 50DAGGETT CO SO 22 0 22 TOTAL IRON COUNTY 1,712 380 2,092Davis CO SO 916 173 1,089 Juab CO SO 189 14 203Bountiful PD 727 319 1,046 Nephi PD 235 65 300Centerville PD 824 89 913 TOTAL JUAB COUNTY 424 79 503Clearfield PD 997 342 1,339Clinton PD 479 161 640 Kane CO SO 46 0 46Davis Metro Narcotics Strike Page 27Force 134 5 139 Big Water Marshal 8 1 9 2009 Crime in Utah
  • 28. Arrest Data By Agency Juvenile Juvenile Adult Adult Total Total Agency AgencyKanab PD 163 47 210 Mt. Pleasant PD 56 26 82TOTAL KANE COUNTY 217 48 265 Spring City PD NDS 0 TOTAL SANPETE COUNTY 65 31 96MILLARD CO SO 253 133 386 Sevier CO SO 223 95 318MORGAN CO SO 209 9 218 Richfield PD 234 158 392 Salina PD 213 33 246PIUTE CO SO NDS 0 TOTAL SEVIER COUNTY 670 286 956RICH CO SO 28 13 41 Summit CO SO 703 124 827Salt Lake CO SO 10,894 1,447 12,341 Kamas PD 7 0 7Alta Marshal NDS 0 Park City PD 519 75 594Cottonwood Heights PD 706 103 809 TOTAL SUMMIT COUNTY 1,229 199 1,428Draper PD 468 206 674 Tooele CO SO 620 122 742Granite School District PD 57 263 320 Grantsville PD 114 109 223Midvale PD 790 137 927 Stockton/Rush Valley PD 4 0 4Murray PD 1,879 573 2,452 Tooele PD 1,659 580 2,239Salt Lake City PD 18,863 1,827 20,690 TOTAL TOOELE COUNTY 2,397 811 3,208Sandy PD 2,753 1,398 4,151South Jordan PD 814 363 1,177 Uintah CO SO 1,428 186 1,614South Salt Lake PD 1,535 236 1,771 Naples PD 236 22 258Taylorsville PD 2,149 407 2,556 Vernal PD 1,380 247 1,627U of U PD 235 11 246 TOTAL UINTAH COUNTY 3,044 455 3,499UTA PD 977 58 1,035West Jordan PD 2,334 1,060 3,394 Utah CO SO 1,950 312 2,262West Valley PD 5,583 2,284 7,867 American Fork/Cedar Hills PD 1,287 512 1,799TOTAL SALT LAKE COUNTY 50,037 10,373 60,410 BYU PD 99 3 102 Lehi PD 1,015 313 1,328San Juan CO SO 131 15 146 Lindon City PD 694 107 801Blanding PD 283 76 359 Lone Peak PD 219 85 304Monticello PD 20 6 26 Mapleton PD 166 25 191TOTAL SAN JUAN COUNTY 434 97 531 Orem DPS 3,131 680 3,811 Payson PD 674 277 951Sanpete CO SO NDS 0 Pleasant Grove PD 944 157 1,101Centerfield PD NDS 0 Provo PD 4,121 1,074 5,195Ephraim PD NDS 0 Salem PD 216 68 284Fairview PD 9 5 14 Santaquin/Genola PD 149 61 210Fountain Green PD NDS 0 Saratoga Springs PD 592 155 747Gunnison PD NDS 0 522 207 729 Page 28 Spanish Fork PDMoroni PD NDS 0 2009 Crime in Utah
  • 29. Arrest Data By Agency Juvenile Juvenile Adult Adult Total Total Agency Agency TOTAL WASHINGTONSpringville PD 975 291 1,266 COUNTY 5,416 1,317 6,733Utah County Prosec-Investigations 5 0 5 WAYNE CO SO 11 4 15Utah County Major Crimes TaskForce 227 20 247 Weber CO SO 1,600 447 2,047Utah Valley University PD 73 0 73 Harrisville PD 276 0 276TOTAL UTAH COUNTY 17,059 4,347 21,406 North Ogden PD 166 15 181Wasatch CO SO 56 38 94 Ogden PD 4,966 1,405 6,371Heber City PD 253 3 256 Pleasant View PD 98 1 99TOTAL WASATCH COUNTY 309 41 350 Riverdale PD 750 85 835 Roy PD 1,068 290 1,358Washington CO SO 915 40 955 South Ogden PD 306 3 309Dixie College PD NDS 0 WSU PD 23 0 23Hildale PD 15 26 41 TOTAL WEBER COUNTY 9,253 2,246 11,499Hurricane PD 685 267 952Ivins City Public Safety Highway Patrol * 0 0 8,876Department 171 25 196 Parks & Recreation 409 54 463La Verkin PD 46 0 46 Wildlife Resources NDS 0Leeds PD 11 0 11 STATE AGENCY TOTAL 409 54 9,339Springdale PD 26 0 26St. George PD 3,044 862 3,906 STATE TOTAL 108,125 26,026 143,027Washington City PD 503 97 600 *The Utah Highway Patrol arrest statistics cannot be broken down by age; therefore, UHParrest statistics are reported as one number. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 29
  • 30. Arrest Data By Offense 2009 Arrest Data by Offense Utah Highway Offense Juvenile Adult Patrol Total Murder and NonNegligent Manslaughter 4 35 1 40 Manslaughter by Negligence 0 4 5 9 Forcible Rape 94 158 0 252 Robbery 76 446 0 522 Assault 220 1,272 0 1,492 Burglary 406 1,111 0 1,517 Larceny - Theft 6,264 12,832 4 19,100 Motor Vehicle Theft 154 300 20 474 Other Assaults 2,308 9,660 1 11,969 Arson 70 45 0 115 Part 1 Crime Arrests 9,596 25,863 31 35,490 Forgery and Counterfeiting 16 1020 11 1,047 Fraud 77 893 8 978 Embezzlement 2 24 2 28 Stolen Property: Buy,Receive,Possess 149 578 0 727 Vandalism 1747 2498 0 4,245 Weapons Offenses 370 915 0 1,285 Prostitution and Commercialized Vice 24 525 0 549 Sex Offenses (Not Rape,Prostitution) 165 325 0 490 Drug Sale or Manufacturing Arrests 0 0 204 204 Sale/Mfg Opium/Cocaine or Derivative 16 620 2 638 Sale/Mfg Marijuana 86 304 143 533 Sale/Mfg Synthetic Narcotics 16 65 0 81 Sale/Mfg Dangerous NonNarcotic Drugs 76 501 40 617 Drug Possession Arrests 0 0 2,477 2,477 Possess Opium/Cocaine or Derivative 27 1265 0 1,292 Possess Marijuana 1144 3610 0 4,754 Possess Synthetic Narcotics 30 260 0 290 Possess Dangerous NonNarcotic Drugs 413 2395 0 2,808 Bookmaking (Horse and Sport) 11 0 0 11 Offenses Against Family and Children 68 1896 0 1,964 DUI 114 7625 4,774 12,513 Liquor Laws 2312 8317 1,156 11,785 Drunkenness 228 4861 28 5,117 Disorderly Conduct 1754 3869 0 5,623 Vagrancy 72 195 0 267 All Other Offenses (Not Traffic) 5565 39700 0 45,265 Curfew and Loitering Law Violations 1329 1 0 1,330 Run-Aways 619 0 0 619 Part 2 Crime Arrests 16,430 82,262 8,845 107,537 Grand Totals 26,026 108,125 8,876 143,027 *The Utah Highway Patrol arrest statistics cannot be broken down by age; therefore, UHParrest statistics are reported as one number. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 30
  • 31. HomicideHomicide: The willful (non-negligent) killing of one human being by another. Weapons Used in Homicides Homicides by Agency Times % of Total Agency Homicides Weapon Used Homicides Cedar City PD 2 Blunt Instrument 0 0.00% Cottonwood Heights PD 1 Gun 3 7.32% Draper PD 1 Handgun 18 43.90% Emery CO SO 2 Knife 10 24.39% Midvale PD 1 Other 1 2.44% North Ogden PD 1 Personal 2 4.88% Ogden PD 4 Suffocated 1 2.44% Orem PD 1 Unknown 1 2.44% Pleasant Grove 1 Motor Vehicle 0 0.00% Provo PD 1 Rifle 2 4.88% Roy PD 2 Shotgun 3 7.32% Salt Lake City PD 4 TOTAL 41 100.00% Salt Lake CO SO 3 Sandy PD 2 South Jordan PD 1 South Salt Lake PD 1 Springville PD 1 Taylorsville PD 1 Utah CO SO 1 Washington CO SO 2 West Jordan PD 4 West Valley PD 4 2009 TOTAL 41 2009 Crime in Utah Page 31
  • 32. Homicide VICTIM Offender Percent of Percent of Total Total Sex and Race of Victim Number Victims Sex and Race of Offender Number OffendersMale MaleWhite 20 48.78% White 25 56.82%Black 3 7.32% Black 5 11.36%American Indian or Alaskan Native 2 4.88% American Indian or Alaskan Native 0 0.00%Asian or Pacific Islander 0 0.00% Asian or Pacific Islander 5 11.36%Unknown 0 0.00% Unknown Race 2 4.55%Total Male 25 60.98% Total Male 37 84.09%Female FemaleWhite 13 31.71% White 1 2.27%Black 0 0.00% Black 1 2.27%American Indian or Alaskan Native 1 2.44% American Indian or Alaskan Native 0 0.00%Asian or Pacific Islander 2 4.88% Asian or Pacific Islander 1 2.27%Unknown 0 0.00% Unknown Race 0 0.00%Total Female 16 39.02% Total Female 3 6.82%Unknown 0 0.00% Unknown Sex/Race 4 9.09%Total White 33 80.49% Total White 26 59.09%Total Black 3 7.32% Total Black 6 13.64%Total American Indian or Alaskan Total American Indian or AlaskanNative 3 7.32% Native 0 0.00%Total Asian or Pacific Islander 2 4.88% Total Asian or Pacific Islander 6 13.64%Total Unknown 0 0.00% Total Unknown Race 6 13.64%Total Victims 41 100.00% TOTAL 44 100.00% 2009 Crime in Utah Page 32
  • 33. HomicideNOTE: The following chart outlines the relationship of the victim to the offender, i.e., “Spouse”indicates that the victim was the husband/wife of the offender. RELATIONSHIP % of Total Victim Number Relationships Family Brother 1 2.44% Child 0 0.00% Common Spouse 0 0.00% Daughter 0 0.00% Father 2 4.88% Husband 1 2.44% Mother 1 2.44% Sister 0 0.00% Son 2 4.88% Step Parent 0 0.00% Wife 5 12.20% Brother in law 1 2.44% Step Daughter 0 0.00% Other Family 1 2.44% Total Family 14 34.15% Other Relationships Acquaintance 11 26.83% Babysittee 0 0.00% Boyfriend 0 0.00% Child of Boy/Girl Friend 0 0.00% Ex-Girlfriend 1 2.44% Ex-Spouse 0 0.00% Cell Mate 1 2.44% Friend 0 0.00% Girlfriend 4 9.76% Neighbor 2 4.88% Otherwise Known 0 0.00% Stranger 2 4.88% Total Other Relationship 21 51.22% Unknown Relationship 6 14.63% TOTAL 41 100.00% 2009 Crime in Utah Page 33
  • 34. Homicide % of Homicides by Time of Day Circumstances Homicides Total Argument 12 29.27% Percent of Total Robbery 4 9.76% TIME Offenses Homicides Child Abuse 2 4.88% 0:00 3 7.32% Domestic Violence 10 24.39% 1:00 2 4.88% Drug Related 0 0.00% 2:00 3 7.32% Gang Related 2 4.88% 3:00 0 0.00% Kidnapping 0 0.00% 4:00 1 2.44% Lovers Quarrel 1 2.44% 5:00 2 4.88% Murder-Suicide 1 2.44% 6:00 1 2.44% Other Circumstances 1 2.44% 7:00 0 0.00% Other Felony Involved 0 0.00% 8:00 3 7.32% Unknown 8 19.51% 9:00 3 7.32% TOTAL 41 100.00% 10:00 2 4.88% 11:00 4 9.76% 12:00 3 7.32% 13:00 3 7.32% 14:00 1 2.44% 15:00 0 0.00% 16:00 0 0.00% 17:00 0 0.00% 18:00 0 0.00% 19:00 4 9.76% 20:00 0 0.00% 21:00 3 7.32% 22:00 2 4.88% 23:00 1 2.44% Unknown 0 0.00% TOTAL 41 100.00%The Bureau of Criminal Identification, in conjunction with the Bureau of Forensic Services and Dr. RichardWalton of the Department of Criminal Justice, College of Eastern Utah, conducted a statewide assessmentof unsolved homicides in the state from January 1, 1965 to December 31, 2005. The assessment indicatedthat there were 210 unsolved homicides during that 10 year period. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 34
  • 35. RapeRape: Forcible rape, as defined in the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, is the carnalknowledge of a female forcibly and against her will. Assaults and attempts to commit rape by forceor threat of force are also included; however, statutory rape (without force) and other sex offensesare excluded. Rape Offenses Cleared 2009 Offenses 925 Cleared 276 Clearence Rate 29.84% NOTE: An offense cleared in 2009 may have occurred in a previous year. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 35
  • 36. Rape Age and Sex of Arrestees Age of Arrestee Male Female Total Under 10 1 0 1 10 to 14 42 2 44 15 to 19 72 0 72 20 to 24 35 0 35 25 to 29 26 0 26 30 to 34 28 1 29 35 to 39 15 1 16 40 to 44 7 0 7 45 to 49 9 1 10 50 to 54 7 0 7 55 to 59 3 0 3 60 to 64 1 0 1 65+ 1 0 1 Total 247 5 252 NOTE: Utah Highway Patrol arrest statistics cannot be broken down by sex; therefore, UHParrest statistics are not included in this chart. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 36
  • 37. RobberyRobbery: The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program defines robbery as the taking orattempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a person or persons byforce or threat of force or violence and/or by putting the victim in fear.Robbery Offenses Cleared - Total Value 2009 Location of Robbery Offenses StolenOffenses 1313 Bank 55 $130,204Cleared 414 Commercial House 264 $86,271Clearance Rate 31.53% Convenience Store 152 $41,375NOTE: An offense cleared in Highways, Streets,2009 may have occurred in a Alleys 333 $81,895previous year. Miscellaneous 246 $120,881 Residence 227 $183,855 Service Station 36 $14,514 Total 1,313 $658,995 2009 Crime in Utah Page 37
  • 38. Robbery Age and Sex of Arrestees Age of Arrestee Male Female Total Under 10 0 0 0 10 to 14 12 3 15 15 to 19 113 11 124 20 to 24 119 17 136 25 to 29 73 17 90 30 to 34 41 10 51 35 to 39 34 8 42 40 to 44 21 6 27 45 to 49 19 1 20 50 to 54 8 3 11 55 to 59 3 0 3 60 to 64 2 0 2 65+ 1 0 1 Total 446 76 522NOTE: Utah Highway Patrol arrest statistics cannot be broken down by sex; therefore, UHP arreststatistics are not included in this chart. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 38
  • 39. Aggravated AssaultAggravated Assault: An unlawful attack by one person upon another wherein the offender uses aweapon or displays it in a threatening manner, or the victim suffers obvious severe or aggravatedbodily injury involving apparent broken bones, loss of teeth, possible internal injury, severelaceration, or loss of consciousness. Aggravated vs. Simple Assaults Aggravated Assault Aggravated Assaults 3,640 Offenses Cleared - 2009 Simple Assaults 29,526 Offenses 3,640 Total Assaults 33,166 Cleared 1,798 Clearance Rate 49.40% NOTE: An offense cleared in 2009 may have occurred in a previous year. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 39
  • 40. Aggravated Assault Age and Sex of Arrestees Age of Arrestee Male Female Total Under 10 5 0 5 10 to 14 72 12 84 15 to 19 205 51 256 20 to 24 203 44 247 25 to 29 195 48 243 30 to 34 151 22 173 35 to 39 138 20 158 40 to 44 81 26 107 45 to 49 78 19 97 50 to 54 50 11 61 55 to 59 30 3 33 60 to 64 14 1 15 65+ 10 3 13 Total 1,232 260 1,492NOTE: Utah Highway Patrol arrest statistics cannot be broken down by sex; UHP arrest statisticsare not included in this chart. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 40
  • 41. BurglaryBurglary: The unlawful entry into a building or other structure with the intent to commit a felony ora theft. Burglary Offenses Cleared - 2009 Offenses 14,778 Cleared 1,350 Clearance Rate 9.14% NOTE: An offense cleared in 2009 may have occurred in a previous year. Premises and Time of Day Offenses Value Stolen Residence Residence - Day 5,918 $11,703,060 Residence - Night 3,570 $4,944,867 Residence - Unknown 437 $686,836 Residence Total 9,925 $17,334,763 Non-Residence Non-Residence - Day 2,407 $4,762,431 Non-Residence - Night 2,158 $3,668,328 Non-Residence - Unknown 288 $394,403 Non-Residence Total 4,853 $8,825,162 Grand Total 14,778 $26,159,925 2009 Crime in Utah Page 41
  • 42. Burglary Age and Sex of Arrestees Age of Arrestee Male Female Total Under 10 9 2 11 10 to 14 86 10 96 15 to 19 464 45 509 20 to 24 252 39 291 25 to 29 181 38 219 30 to 34 125 21 146 35 to 39 55 20 75 40 to 44 61 9 70 45 to 49 45 15 60 50 to 54 26 5 31 55 to 59 4 4 8 60 to 64 1 0 1 65+ 0 0 0 Total 1,309 208 1,517NOTE: Utah Highway Patrol arrest statistics cannot be broken down by sex; therefore, UHParrests statistics are not included in this chart. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 42
  • 43. LarcenyLarceny/Theft: The unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from thepossession or constructive possession of another. Larceny/Theft Offenses Cleared - 2009 Offenses 69,481 Cleared 16,115 Clearance Rate 23.2% NOTE: An offense cleared in 2009 may have occurred in a previous year. Larceny Type Offenses Value Stolen All Other 20,045 $18,406,041 Bicycles 2,834 $1,177,520 Coin Machines 144 $42,966 From Buildings 6,325 $5,622,934 From Motor Vehicles 21,965 $12,264,505 Pocket Picking 135 $44,309 Purse Snatching 530 $179,334 Shoplifting 14,425 $1,721,696 Vehicle Parts & Accessories 3,078 $1,070,798 TOTAL 69,481 $40,530,103 2009 Crime in Utah Page 43
  • 44. Larceny Age and Sex of Arrestees Age of Arrestee Male Female Total Under 10 32 16 48 10 to 14 1,199 861 2,060 15 to 19 3,836 2,568 6,404 20 to 24 2,059 1,268 3,327 25 to 29 1,223 952 2,175 30 to 34 848 661 1,509 35 to 39 641 465 1,106 40 to 44 493 344 837 45 to 49 422 312 734 50 to 54 266 197 463 55 to 59 135 89 224 60 to 64 54 41 95 65+ 75 39 114 Total 11,283 7,813 19,096NOTE: Utah Highway Patrol arrest statistics cannot be broken down by sex; therefore, UHParrests statistics are not included in this chart. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 44
  • 45. Motor Vehicle TheftMotor Vehicle Theft: The theft of a motor vehicle. A motor vehicle is defined as: “A self-propelledvehicle that runs on land surface and not on rails; for example, sport utility vehicles, automobiles,trucks, buses, motorcycles, motor scooters, all-terrain vehicles.” Motor Vehicle Theft Offenses Cleared 2009Offenses 6,248Cleared 488Clearance Rate 7.81%NOTE: An offense cleared in 2009may have occurred in a previousyear. Value of Motor Vehicles Stolen and Recovered - 2009Stolen $23,579,349Recovered $15,426,478Percent Recovered 65.4%NOTE: A vehicle recovered in 2009 mayhave been stolen in a previous year. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 45
  • 46. Motor Vehicle Theft Age and Sex of Arrestees Age of Arrestee Male Female Total Under 10 2 0 2 10 to 14 33 9 42 15 to 19 129 25 154 20 to 24 58 14 72 25 to 29 53 21 74 30 to 34 33 4 37 35 to 39 25 5 30 40 to 44 12 2 14 45 to 49 16 6 22 50 to 54 2 1 3 55 to 59 1 0 1 60 to 64 1 1 2 65+ 1 0 1 Total 366 88 454NOTE: Utah Highway Patrol arrest statistics cannot be broken down by sex; therefore, UHParrests statistics are not included in this chart. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 46
  • 47. Hate CrimesHate Crimes: A criminal offense committed against a person or property which is motivated, inwhole or in part, by the offender’s bias against a race, religion, ethnic/national origin group, orsexual orientation group. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 47
  • 48. Hate Crimes Hate Crimes by Agency and Offense All Other Offenses Simple Assault Total Offenses Vandalism of Destruction/ Intimidation Aggravated Disorderly Damage/ Property Conduct Assault Agency DAVIS COUNTY SHERIFF 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 DRAPER PD 0 1 0 0 3 3 7 DUCHESNE COUNTY SHERIFF 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 FARMINGTON PD 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 GRANITE SCHOOL DISTRICT PD 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 GRANTSVILLE PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 MIDVALE PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 NORTH SALT LAKE PD 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 OREM PUBLIC SAFETY 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 PROVO PD 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 SALT LAKE CITY PD 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 SANDY PD 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 SARATOGA SPRINGS PD 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 SOUTH JORDAN PD 1 3 0 1 0 1 6 SOUTH SALT LAKE PD 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 SPRINGVILLE PD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 ST. GEORGE PD 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 TOOELE COUNTY SHERIFF 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 TOOELE PD 0 2 0 0 1 0 3 UINTAH COUNTY SHERIFF 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 SALT LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 UTAH TRANSIT AUTHORITY DPS 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 WEST BOUNTIFUL PD 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 WEST JORDAN PD 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 WEST VALLEY PD 0 1 0 1 3 1 6 WOODS CROSS PD 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 TOTAL 4 17 0 7 14 13 552009 Crime in Utah Page 48
  • 49. Property Stolen and Recovered Type and Value of Property Stolen - 2009 Recovery Propterty Category Stolen Recovered Rate Clothing and Furs $1,444,443 $223,580 15.5% Consumable Goods $1,136,293 $55,930 4.9% Currency, Notes, Etc. $8,373,836 $204,827 2.4% Firearms $804,325 $64,859 8.1% Household Goods $1,769,019 $107,785 6.1% Jewelry and Precious Metals $8,531,595 $737,084 8.6% Livestock $75,793 $10,237 13.5% Locally Stolen Motor Vehicles $23,579,349 $15,426,478 65.4% Miscellaneous $30,517,421 $2,808,763 9.2% Office Equipment $7,180,911 $397,308 5.5% Televisions, Radios, Stereos, $7,428,800 $404,088 5.4% Total $90,841,785 $20,440,939 22.5% Dollar Amount Stolen by MonthMonth 2008 2009Jan $8,587,801 $7,220,307Feb $7,648,575 $6,531,293 Recovery Rate for Stolen PropertyMar $7,218,973 $7,060,468 Stolen $90,841,785Apr $7,448,907 $7,805,300 Recovered $20,440,939May $7,818,756 $6,525,033 Recovery Rate 22.5%Jun $8,547,620 $7,108,661Jul $7,326,572 $7,667,683Aug $7,657,478 $7,663,656Sep $8,594,756 $7,168,614Oct $9,034,003 $8,042,212Nov $9,257,140 $6,827,066Dec $7,726,160 $11,221,492Total $96,866,741 $90,841,785 2009 Crime in Utah Page 49
  • 50. Ten Year Trends – Index Crime and Homicide2009 Crime in Utah Page 50
  • 51. Ten Year Trends – Rape and Robbery2009 Crime in Utah Page 51
  • 52. Ten Year Trends – Aggravated Assault and Burglary2009 Crime in Utah Page 52
  • 53. Ten Year Trends – Larcenies and Motor Vehicle Theft2009 Crime in Utah Page 53
  • 54. Incident Based Reporting Introduction – What is Incident Based Reporting? The National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) is an updated method of collecting crime datawithin the UCR program. It was designed to provide more comprehensive data for the management ofcrime in our society. In an incident based reporting (IBR) system, computer technology is used to collectmore detailed information about the crimes that occur. The availability of detailed information aboutcriminal activity, stored in a computer data base, makes the analysis of criminal activity a viable tool for lawenforcement administrators and other public officials. The Utah Incident Based Reporting System was implemented in 1991; 64 agencies submitted IBR datafor this report. The data accepted by the Utah repository is also forwarded to the NIBRS repository wherethe FBI uses it to depict criminal activity nationwide. The data from the IBR system is not directly comparable to the data from the summary based reports.Information about each incident and arrest is collected for 22 offense categories comprised of 46 Group Aoffenses. All offenses that occur in a criminal episode are reported, not just the most serious. Only arrestdata is collected for 11 Group B crimes. Converting to IBR takes a lot of planning, work, and patience. It also requires enough foresight to seethe value of accurate, detailed crime data in understanding and managing this serious problem. BCIappreciates the following agencies which have made the commitment to participate in the NIBRS program: Bountiful PD Ogden PD BYU PD Pleasant Grove PD Cache-Rich Drug Task Force Price PD Carbon County Sheriff Provo PD Centerville PD Riverdale PD Clearfield PD Roosevelt PD Clinton PD Roy PD Davis County Sheriff Salt Lake City PD Davis County Task Force Salt Lake County Sheriff Draper PD Sandy PD Duchesne County Sheriff Saratoga Springs PD Farmington PD South Jordan PD Grantsville PD South Ogden PD Heber City PD South Salt Lake PD Helper PD Southern Utah University PD Ivins City Public Safety Spanish Fork PD Kaysville PD St. George PD Layton PD Sunset PD Leeds PD Syracuse PD Lindon PD Taylorsville PD Logan PD Tooele County Sheriff Midvale PD Tooele PD Millard County Sheriff Uintah County Sheriff Morgan County Sheriff Utah County Sheriff Murray PD Utah State Univ - Logan Naples PD Utah Transit Authority DPS North Ogden PD Vernal PD Page 54 North Salt Lake PD Wasatch County Sheriff 2009 Crime in Utah
  • 55. Incident Based ReportingWashington City PD West Bountiful PDWashington County Sheriff West Jordan PDWeber County Sheriff West Valley PDWellington PD Woods Cross PD 2009 Crime in Utah Page 55
  • 56. Incident Based Reporting – Crimes Against PersonsIn this table certain crimes against people are counted together. The following indicates whatoffenses are counted for that category (see glossary for definitions of the offenses):Assault Offenses: Counts the offenses of aggravated assault and simple assault.Sex Offenses – Forcible: Counts the offenses of forcible rape, forcible sodomy, sexual assault withan object and forcible fondling.Sex Offenses – Non-Forcible: Counts the offenses of incest and statutory rape. Crimes Against Persons Kidnapping/ Nonforcible Abduction Offenses - Offenses - Homicide Offenses Offenses Persons Forcible Against Assault Crimes Total Sex Sex AgencyBOUNTIFUL PD 307 0 4 58 4 373BYU PD 18 0 0 4 0 22CACHE-RICH DRUG TASK FORCE 0 0 0 0 0 0CARBON COUNTY SHERIFF 50 1 0 13 2 66CENTERVILLE PD 65 0 0 9 0 74CLEARFIELD PD 315 0 1 57 1 374CLINTON PD 110 0 0 15 5 130DAVIS COUNTY SHERIFF 154 0 1 12 3 170DAVIS COUNTY TASK FORCE 0 0 0 0 0 0DRAPER PD 164 1 1 32 0 198DUCHESNE COUNTY SHERIFF 84 1 0 18 3 106FARMINGTON PD 45 0 0 15 1 61GRANTSVILLE PD 31 0 2 12 2 47HEBER CITY PD 5 0 0 7 0 12HELPER PD 19 0 0 1 1 21IVINS CITY PUBLIC SAFETY 46 0 0 4 3 53KAYSVILLE PD 114 0 4 27 1 146LAYTON PD 633 0 22 95 14 764LEEDS POLICE DEPT 0 0 0 0 0 0LINDON POLICE DEPT 60 0 2 10 1 73LOGAN PD 223 0 1 44 0 268MIDVALE PD 434 1 9 40 0 484MILLARD COUNTY SHERIFF 89 0 2 10 3 104MORGAN COUNTY SHERIFF 14 0 3 1 0 18MURRAY PD 692 0 4 73 0 769NAPLES PD 12 0 0 2 1 15NORTH OGDEN PD 51 1 1 9 0 62NORTH SALT LAKE PD 94 0 0 6 1 101OGDEN PD 2,202 4 68 154 8 2,436PLEASANT GROVE PD 136 1 11 33 2 183PRICE PD 87 0 4 8 2 101PROVO PD 878 1 62 132 14 1,087RIVERDALE PD 106 0 0 8 0 114 2009 Crime in Utah Page 56
  • 57. Incident Based Reporting – Crimes Against Persons Crimes Against Persons Kidnapping/ Nonforcible Abduction Offenses - Offenses - Homicide Offenses Offenses Persons Forcible Against Assault Crimes Total Sex Sex AgencyROOSEVELT PD 58 0 0 15 2 75ROY PD 319 1 30 49 5 404SALT LAKE CITY PD 4,825 4 75 324 25 5,253SALT LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF 2,516 3 9 317 14 2,859SANDY PD 1,039 2 4 71 8 1,124SARATOGA SPRINGS PD 96 0 7 5 4 112SOUTH JORDAN PD 336 2 5 34 0 377SOUTH OGDEN PD 112 0 6 13 0 131SOUTH SALT LAKE PD 757 1 2 63 13 836SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY PD 1 0 0 0 0 1SPANISH FORK PD 51 0 0 24 3 78ST. GEORGE PD 590 0 26 74 8 698SUNSET PD 65 0 1 2 0 68SYRACUSE PD 123 0 0 17 2 142TAYLORSVILLE PD 922 1 3 71 4 1,001TOOELE COUNTY SHERIFF 105 0 13 22 0 140TOOELE PD 499 0 20 78 9 606UINTAH COUNTY SHERIFF 155 0 1 29 9 194UTAH COUNTY SHERIFF 122 2 3 32 9 168UTAH STATE UNIV - LOGAN 10 0 0 2 0 12UTAH TRANSIT AUTHORITY DPS 62 0 0 1 0 63VERNAL PD 106 0 3 12 7 128WASATCH COUNTY SHERIFF 42 0 1 14 0 57WASHINGTON CITY PD 175 0 6 10 4 195WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF 116 2 2 19 3 142WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF 337 0 9 45 8 399WELLINGTON PD 8 0 0 0 0 8WEST BOUNTIFUL PD 39 0 0 10 0 49WEST JORDAN PD 981 4 16 122 13 1,136WEST VALLEY PD 2,027 4 61 246 27 2,365WOODS CROSS PD 73 0 2 22 1 98IBR Total 23,905 37 507 2,652 250 27,351Since only 64 of the reporting agencies submit IBR data, IBR statistics reflect only crimes reportedby those jurisdictions. They do not reflect statewide data.For a list of all agencies that submit IBR data, see page 55.For more IBR offenses for the agencies listed above, please see the following pages. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 57
  • 58. Incident Based Reporting – Crimes Against Property Crimes Against Property Destruction/ Damage/ Vandalism Burglary/ Breaking & Entering Stolen Property Offenses Crimes Against Property Larceny/ Theft Offenses Counterfeiting/ Forgery Extortion/ Blackmail Motor Vehicle Theft Fraud Offenses Embezzlement of Property Robbery Bribery Arson AgencyBountiful PD 2 0 159 79 266 2 0 199 984 42 11 18 1,762BYU PD 0 0 11 1 56 0 0 6 272 2 1 2 351Cache-Rich Drug TaskForce 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 8Carbon County Sheriff 4 0 39 2 69 0 0 15 78 6 0 1 214Centerville PD 0 0 42 45 125 0 0 97 351 15 1 3 679Clearfield PD 7 0 113 35 415 1 0 72 745 33 8 4 1,433Clinton PD 1 0 48 3 197 0 0 85 279 18 4 6 641Davis County Sheriff 0 0 54 9 152 0 0 48 219 14 0 6 502Davis County Task Force 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 7Draper PD 7 0 232 47 359 1 0 149 703 64 4 17 1,583Duchesne County Sheriff 0 0 69 7 89 0 0 24 152 14 0 2 357Farmington PD 0 0 31 9 61 0 0 26 151 7 0 3 288Grantsville PD 2 0 27 12 46 0 0 26 86 16 0 3 218Heber City PD 0 0 11 0 39 0 0 0 62 3 1 0 116Helper PD 2 0 4 0 10 0 0 1 18 3 0 4 42Ivins City Public Safety 0 0 15 7 43 0 0 15 38 3 0 3 124Kaysville PD 0 0 65 10 291 2 0 64 340 24 3 5 804Layton PD 4 0 258 147 803 7 0 435 1,776 65 23 14 3,532Leeds Police Dept 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 6Lindon Police Dept 1 0 40 29 133 0 0 71 263 13 3 12 565Logan PD 5 0 137 32 417 0 0 65 725 30 1 6 1,418Midvale PD 7 0 368 67 736 5 0 152 1,197 218 23 10 2,783Millard County Sheriff 0 0 50 7 108 0 0 3 217 10 0 2 397Morgan County Sheriff 0 0 10 0 43 0 0 11 45 5 0 3 117Murray PD 6 0 539 123 1,482 9 0 271 2,984 350 53 0 5,817Naples PD 0 0 8 1 19 0 0 3 38 4 0 0 73North Ogden PD 0 0 48 8 135 0 0 12 216 7 1 1 428North Salt Lake PD 0 0 114 3 136 1 0 33 269 31 0 11 598Ogden PD 23 0 793 261 2,769 4 2 373 3,358 307 115 70 8,075Pleasant Grove PD 1 0 108 35 231 0 1 79 456 22 2 14 949Price PD 0 0 60 16 118 0 0 20 336 12 1 4 567Provo PD 14 0 412 139 1,227 1 2 228 2,877 153 33 106 5,192Riverdale PD 2 0 27 38 158 0 0 99 525 16 8 3 876Roosevelt PD 1 0 45 11 78 0 0 21 164 3 0 0 323Roy PD 6 0 181 43 498 1 0 92 814 33 7 12 1,687Salt Lake City PD 54 0 2,175 387 4,066 24 11 912 11,135 1,435 417 204 20,820Salt Lake County Sheriff 27 0 1,576 380 4,363 5 6 1,156 5,996 847 114 132 14,602 2009 Crime in Utah Page 58
  • 59. Incident Based Reporting – Crimes Against Property Crimes Against Property Destruction/ Damage/ Vandalism Burglary/ Breaking & Entering Stolen Property Offenses Crimes Against Property Larceny/ Theft Offenses Counterfeiting/ Forgery Extortion/ Blackmail Motor Vehicle Theft Fraud Offenses Embezzlement of Property Robbery Bribery Arson AgencySandy PD 14 1 570 175 1,055 30 0 225 2,732 208 24 73 5,107Saratoga Springs PD 0 0 54 7 128 0 0 36 182 7 0 6 420South Jordan PD 2 0 224 44 367 5 1 180 914 63 8 7 1,815South Ogden PD 4 0 77 41 150 2 0 84 314 17 6 1 696South Salt Lake PD 7 0 300 63 1,172 2 0 140 1,304 273 55 12 3,328Southern Utah UniversityPD 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 6Spanish Fork PD 0 0 110 30 370 0 0 111 519 25 2 3 1,170St. George PD 12 0 330 76 935 9 0 313 1,569 87 13 40 3,384Sunset PD 0 0 26 2 66 0 0 12 115 4 1 0 226Syracuse PD 5 0 50 10 188 0 0 41 258 4 0 2 558Taylorsville PD 17 0 477 192 1,220 1 0 485 2,494 301 51 57 5,295Tooele County Sheriff 6 0 67 8 109 0 0 78 182 35 0 10 495Tooele PD 11 0 220 39 665 1 0 231 844 46 10 11 2,078Uintah County Sheriff 2 0 62 5 157 0 0 38 251 19 1 0 535Utah County Sheriff 3 0 88 15 233 2 0 54 356 23 0 14 788Utah State Univ - Logan 0 0 12 0 49 0 0 8 128 1 0 0 198Utah Transit Authority DPS 0 0 0 1 54 0 0 4 384 15 5 5 468Vernal PD 2 0 45 24 129 0 0 95 351 18 0 0 664Wasatch County Sheriff 0 0 46 2 76 0 0 3 114 12 0 0 253Washington City PD 1 1 69 25 220 0 0 91 298 18 5 23 751Washington County Sheriff 1 0 37 18 106 0 0 22 94 9 0 20 307Weber County Sheriff 7 0 222 15 552 4 0 117 920 64 6 5 1,912Wellington PD 0 0 12 0 5 0 0 4 22 2 0 0 45West Bountiful PD 0 0 18 21 30 1 0 46 194 9 0 0 319West Jordan PD 16 0 543 207 1,955 7 0 361 3,442 289 36 46 6,902West Valley PD 15 1 1,080 350 1,921 23 1 491 4,688 823 156 212 9,761Woods Cross PD 1 0 36 8 84 2 0 38 181 17 3 12 382IBR Total 302 3 12,646 3,378 31,737 152 24 8,171 60,733 6,215 1,216 1,240 125,817 Since only 64 of the reporting agencies submit IBR data, IBR statistics reflect only crimes reported by those jurisdictions. They do not reflect statewide data. For a list of all agencies that submit IBR data, see page 55. For more IBR offenses for the agencies listed above, please see the following pages. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 59
  • 60. Incident Based Reporting – Crimes Against Society and Totals Crimes Against Society and IBR Totals Crimes Against Drug/Narcotic Pornography/ Weapon Law Prostitution Violations Gambling Total IBR Offenses Offenses Offenses Offenses Obscene Material Society Agency Bountiful PD 238 0 11 0 11 260 2,395 BYU PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 373 Cache-Rich Drug Task Force 321 0 0 0 6 327 335 Carbon County Sheriff 46 0 1 0 5 52 332 Centerville PD 120 0 0 0 3 123 876 Clearfield PD 182 0 1 0 34 217 2,024 Clinton PD 87 0 2 0 4 93 864 Davis County Sheriff 467 0 2 0 34 503 1,175 Davis County Task Force 155 0 0 0 14 169 176 Draper PD 140 0 5 0 26 171 1,952 Duchesne County Sheriff 46 0 8 0 7 61 524 Farmington PD 94 0 5 0 11 110 459 Grantsville PD 38 0 0 0 5 43 308 Heber City PD 1 0 0 0 0 1 129 Helper PD 55 0 0 0 2 57 120 Ivins City Public Safety 44 0 0 0 1 45 222 Kaysville PD 109 0 4 0 7 120 1,070 Layton PD 296 0 14 46 22 378 4,674 Leeds Police Dept 4 0 0 0 0 4 10 Lindon Police Dept 156 0 0 1 13 170 808 Logan PD 259 0 2 0 27 288 1,974 Midvale PD 275 0 2 2 32 311 3,578 Millard County Sheriff 63 0 2 0 12 77 578 Morgan County Sheriff 135 0 0 0 4 139 274 Murray PD 348 2 8 1 48 407 6,993 Naples PD 30 0 4 0 3 37 125 North Ogden PD 33 0 1 1 10 45 535 North Salt Lake PD 38 0 0 0 4 42 741 Ogden PD 1,195 0 7 30 190 1,422 11,933 Pleasant Grove PD 290 0 0 0 16 306 1,438 Price PD 169 0 3 0 9 181 849 Provo PD 803 0 16 11 104 934 7,213 Riverdale PD 156 0 1 0 9 166 1,156 Roosevelt PD 86 0 0 0 9 95 493 Roy PD 115 0 3 0 22 140 2,231 Salt Lake City PD 3,173 0 10 485 392 4,060 30,133 Salt Lake County Sheriff 1,163 1 16 7 139 1,326 18,787 Sandy PD 1,079 0 10 5 75 1,169 7,400 Saratoga Springs PD 82 0 0 0 18 100 632 Page 60 South Jordan PD 218 0 6 0 17 241 2,4332009 Crime in Utah
  • 61. Incident Based Reporting – Crimes Against Society and Totals Crimes Against Society and IBR Totals Crimes Against Drug/Narcotic Pornography/ Weapon Law Prostitution Violations Gambling Total IBR Offenses Offenses Offenses Offenses Obscene Material Society Agency South Ogden PD 75 0 0 0 10 85 912 South Salt Lake PD 385 0 1 5 41 432 4,596 Southern Utah University PD 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Spanish Fork PD 44 0 0 0 7 51 1,299 St. George PD 940 0 7 3 85 1,035 5,117 Sunset PD 38 0 0 0 0 38 332 Syracuse PD 98 0 5 0 10 113 813 Taylorsville PD 360 0 4 3 48 415 6,711 Tooele County Sheriff 134 0 2 0 16 152 787 Tooele PD 121 0 5 0 40 166 2,850 Uintah County Sheriff 213 0 10 0 44 267 996 Utah County Sheriff 695 0 0 2 54 751 1,707 Utah State Univ - Logan 13 0 1 0 1 15 225 Utah Transit Authority DPS 74 0 0 0 1 75 606 Vernal PD 186 0 5 0 23 214 1,006 Wasatch County Sheriff 31 0 1 0 3 35 345 Washington City PD 93 0 5 0 20 118 1,064 Washington County Sheriff 155 0 5 0 12 172 621 Weber County Sheriff 204 0 27 1 33 265 2,576 Wellington PD 4 0 0 0 1 5 58 West Bountiful PD 28 0 0 0 1 29 397 West Jordan PD 499 0 16 1 78 594 8,632 West Valley PD 1,719 0 13 2 241 1,975 14,101 Woods Cross PD 107 0 2 0 6 115 595 IBR Total 18,525 3 253 606 2,120 21,507 174,675Since only 64 of the reporting agencies submit IBR data, IBR statistics reflect only crimes reportedby those jurisdictions. They do not reflect statewide data.For a list of all agencies that submit IBR data, see page 55.For more IBR offenses for the agencies listed above, please see the following pages. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 61
  • 62. Incident Based Reporting – Domestic Violence Analysis Since only 64 of the reporting agencies submit IBR data. IBR statistics reflect only crimes reported by those jurisdictions. They do not reflect statewide data. RELATIVE FREQUENCY OF WEAPON USE IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENTS For a list of all agencies that submit IBR data, see page 55. %of Weapon Used Total Asphyxiation 0.02% Blunt Object 1.24% Drugs/Narcotics/Sleeping Pills 0.01% Explosives 0.00% Fire/Incendiary Device 0.01% Firearm 0.08% Handgun 0.59% Knife/Cutting Instrument 2.90% Motor Vehicle 0.45% None 3.70% Other 5.21% Other Firearm 0.15% Personal Weapons 84.22% Poison 0.00% Rifle 0.10% Shotgun 0.14% Unknown 1.17% Total 100.00% DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIM AND WEAPON USE ANALYSIS Child of Boy/Girl Boy/Girl Friend Common-Law Other Family Relationship Grandparent Homosexual Stepsibling Grandchild Stepparent Ex-Spouse Stepchild Spouse Spouse Sibling In-Law Parent Friend Child TotalWeapon UsedAsphyxiation 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3Blunt Object 26 1 21 24 15 1 0 7 7 5 0 13 41 1 4 4 170Drugs/Narcotics/SleepingPills 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1Explosives 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Fire/Incendiary Device 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1Firearm 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 11Handgun 21 2 0 6 6 1 3 0 0 1 0 14 23 0 2 2 81Knife/Cutting Instrument 76 6 40 72 36 3 1 13 10 5 0 34 85 5 1 10 397Motor Vehicle 15 1 4 5 5 0 0 1 1 1 0 6 21 0 0 2 62None 52 13 28 57 98 2 11 17 2 10 3 52 119 10 1 31 506Other 143 8 51 71 167 4 6 9 8 20 3 39 151 14 7 11 712Other Firearm 3 0 1 0 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 20Personal Weapons 2,339 149 775 991 1,848 33 90 206 109 242 55 781 3,417 195 83 199 11,512Poison 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Rifle 4 0 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 14Shotgun 3 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 4 19Unknown 21 1 10 12 41 0 6 4 0 5 3 9 38 2 1 7 160Total 2,709 181 930 1,248 2,229 46 117 258 138 290 64 953 3,909 227 99 271 13,669 2009 Crime in Utah Page 62
  • 63. Incident Based Reporting – Domestic Violence Analysis DOMESTIC VIOLCENCE VICTIM INJURIES Unconscious- Possible Apparent Severe Apparent Minor Other Major Injury Injury ness Total Injuries Laceration Loss of Teeth Broken Bones Internal Injury No Injury Victim Boy/Girl Friend 12 9 26 2,566 2,284 21 3 12 4,933 Child 8 7 11 1,725 4,065 6 0 5 5,827 Child of Boy/Girl Friend 3 0 0 138 293 1 0 4 439 Common-Law Spouse 0 0 1 121 139 0 0 0 261 Ex-Spouse 0 0 2 124 233 0 0 1 360 Grandchild 0 0 0 55 240 0 0 0 295 Grandparent 0 0 0 29 35 0 0 1 65 Homosexual Relationship. 0 0 0 62 59 1 1 1 124 In-Law 2 1 1 223 213 2 0 1 443 Other Family 4 5 12 618 1,242 5 0 2 1,888 Parent 5 1 4 550 755 4 0 1 1,320 Sibling 7 2 16 830 1,209 8 0 2 2,074 Spouse 5 4 16 1,838 2,028 9 1 3 3,904 Stepchild 1 1 2 176 423 3 0 0 606 Stepparent 1 2 1 89 121 5 0 1 220 Stepsibling 0 1 0 22 67 0 0 0 90 Total 48 33 92 9,166 13,406 65 5 34 22,849 Offenses Committed Against Family Members Offense Murder & Sexual Non-Negligent Negligent Kidnapping/ Assault Agg. Simple Intimi- Victim Manslaughter Manslaughter Abduction (Forcible) Assault Assault dation Incest TotalBoy/Girlfriend 4 0 139 124 249 3,290 392 0 4,198Child 2 0 81 213 116 1,776 175 7 2,363Child of Boy/Girlfriend 0 0 10 21 11 178 13 0 233Common-Law Spouse 0 0 2 2 11 164 16 0 195Ex-spouse 0 0 35 10 26 195 187 0 453Grand Child 0 0 7 52 5 53 3 1 120Grand Parent 0 0 2 0 6 39 7 0 54HomosexualRelationship 0 0 0 3 6 85 3 0 97In-law 0 0 4 19 29 200 50 0 302Other Family Member 1 0 16 246 76 597 94 2 1,030Parent 0 0 9 2 78 816 80 0 985Sibling 1 0 6 148 129 914 76 3 1,274Spouse 4 0 74 44 176 2,358 234 0 2,890Stepchild 0 0 2 84 23 175 17 0 301Stepparent 0 0 4 0 19 111 24 0 158Stepsibling 0 0 0 49 0 15 6 0 70Total 12 0 391 1,017 960 10,966 1,377 13 14,723 2009 Crime in Utah Page 63
  • 64. Incident Based Reporting – Group B Arrest Breakdown Family Offenses Drunkenness Peeping Tom Bad Checks Non-Violent Grand Total Liquor Law Disorderly Runaways Violations Loitering/ Vagrancy Trespass Offenses All Other Conduct Curfew/ DUI AgencyBOUNTIFUL PD 1 25 26 91 22 4 91 0 0 27 45 332BYU PD 0 0 18 2 3 0 0 0 0 47 19 89CACHE-RICH DRUG TASK FORCE 0 1 1 8 3 0 14 0 0 0 14 41CARBON COUNTY SHERIFF 0 0 26 15 0 7 23 0 0 10 11 92CENTERVILLE PD 1 1 13 51 0 1 18 0 2 3 547 637CLEARFIELD PD 0 20 59 121 44 15 164 0 0 23 156 602CLINTON PD 1 3 50 28 27 6 65 0 0 7 186 373DAVIS COUNTY SHERIFF 2 9 12 166 15 1 174 0 0 9 173 561DAVIS METRO NARCOTICS STRIKEFORCE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2DRAPER PD 0 16 49 100 10 14 121 0 5 28 107 450DUCHESNE COUNTY SHERIFF 2 4 10 41 15 9 67 0 0 7 217 372FARMINGTON PD 0 9 19 28 1 2 27 0 2 13 216 317GRANTSVILLE PD 0 4 15 20 4 0 45 0 0 2 54 144HEBER CITY PD 0 0 2 35 15 0 33 0 0 1 170 256HELPER PD 0 1 19 13 15 0 5 0 1 2 17 73IVINS PUBLIC SAFETY 0 0 2 26 7 2 17 0 0 0 75 129KAYSVILLE PD 0 18 34 22 13 0 41 0 0 16 105 249LAYTON PD 11 109 120 111 50 46 142 1 0 42 192 824LEEDS PD 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 6 9LINDON PD 7 0 45 59 3 4 45 0 0 23 291 477LOGAN PD 6 183 104 155 92 36 333 0 0 35 631 1,575MIDVALE PD 0 0 39 13 66 9 21 0 0 9 102 259MILLARD COUNTY SHERIFF 1 1 12 29 31 0 50 0 0 5 39 168MORGAN COUNTY SHERIFF 0 0 2 26 0 3 12 0 0 7 62 112MURRAY PD 9 0 61 157 95 45 70 0 0 60 296 793NAPLES PD 0 1 4 16 0 4 28 0 2 6 153 214NORTH OGDEN PD 1 0 2 28 0 6 4 0 0 2 53 96NORTH SALT LAKE PD 0 5 22 12 5 2 39 0 0 10 171 266OGDEN PD 7 100 746 195 539 83 350 0 1 0 1,367 3,388PLEASANT GROVE PD 1 0 35 98 17 8 80 0 0 15 320 574PRICE PD 1 0 50 50 50 6 70 0 9 20 95 351PROVO PD 19 51 206 249 107 18 254 0 0 237 1,028 2,169RIVERDALE PD 5 0 21 56 0 15 21 0 0 4 195 317ROOSEVELT PD 1 22 18 14 0 1 30 0 0 3 90 179ROY PD 4 73 59 53 0 22 76 0 0 32 596 915SALT LAKE CITY PD 7 114 699 1,045 1,482 142 1,818 1 0 2,056 4,535 11,899SANDY PD 13 33 115 97 63 26 180 0 159 68 300 1,054SARATOGA SPRINGS PD 0 0 16 46 1 7 42 0 0 6 358 476SOUTH JORDAN PD 1 7 19 85 11 24 78 0 3 0 174 402SOUTH OGDEN PD 3 0 4 36 0 3 2 0 0 2 117 167SOUTH SALT LAKE PD 0 0 16 78 63 16 32 0 1 10 589 805SPANISH FORK PD 8 0 46 34 37 10 87 0 0 44 380 646 Page 64ST. GEORGE PD 1 53 74 202 171 8 492 0 0 96 949 2,046 2009 Crime in Utah
  • 65. Incident Based Reporting – Group B Arrest Breakdown Family Offenses Drunkenness Peeping Tom Bad Checks Non-Violent Grand Total Liquor Law Disorderly Runaways Violations Loitering/ Vagrancy Trespass Offenses All Other Conduct Curfew/ DUI AgencySUNSET PD 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23SYRACUSE PD 7 10 24 28 15 4 95 0 0 4 399 586TAYLORSVILLE PD 0 3 77 124 44 31 97 0 0 38 471 885TOOELE COUNTY SHERIFF 2 31 40 58 0 3 78 0 0 14 396 622TOOELE PD 18 109 170 175 52 14 102 1 2 53 669 1,365UINTAH COUNTY SHERIFF 0 3 30 122 8 11 204 0 5 3 828 1,214UNIFIED PD 3 1 259 416 151 161 461 0 0 90 7,636 9,178UTAH COUNTY SHERIFF 1 4 26 218 11 12 689 0 0 51 383 1,395UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY PD 0 0 6 0 6 1 2 0 0 2 11 28UTAH TRANSIT POLICE 0 0 48 3 0 0 8 0 0 118 243 420VERNAL PD 1 13 52 104 0 16 190 0 5 10 911 1,302WASATCH COUNTY SHERIFF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1WASHINGTON CITY PD 0 10 17 42 17 5 71 0 0 8 113 283WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF 0 1 6 91 13 1 69 0 0 8 543 732WEBER COUNTY SHERIFF 2 96 42 118 0 14 90 0 0 34 1,072 1,468WELLINGTON PD 0 0 8 6 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 19WEST BOUNTIFUL PD 0 0 14 47 0 5 20 0 1 2 133 222WEST JORDAN PD 6 3 198 168 0 59 208 0 0 34 302 978WEST VALLEY PD 3 17 243 465 557 39 180 0 347 135 552 2,538WOODS CROSS PD 0 5 21 24 5 2 75 0 4 0 139 275Total 156 1,169 4,171 5,944 3,956 984 7,906 3 549 3,591 30,005 58,434 NOTE: Since only 64 of the reporting agencies submit IBR data, IBR statistics reflect only crimes reported by those jurisdictions. They do not reflect statewide data. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 65
  • 66. Incident Based Reporting – Group B Arrest Breakdown Group B Arrestees by Sex % Grand Offense Female Female Male % Male Total Bad Checks 72 0.1% 84 0.1% 156 Curfew/Loitering/Vagrancy 427 0.7% 742 1.3% 1,169 Disorderly Conduct 897 1.5% 3,274 5.6% 4,171 DUI 1,601 2.7% 4,343 7.4% 5,944 Drunkenness 777 1.3% 3,179 5.4% 3,956 Family Offenses Non- Violent 307 0.5% 677 1.2% 984 Liquor Law Violations 2,331 4.0% 5,575 9.5% 7,906 Peeping Tom 0 0.0% 3 0.0% 3 Runaways 302 0.5% 247 0.4% 549 Trespass 636 1.1% 2,955 5.1% 3,591 All Other Offenses 8,098 13.9% 21,907 37.5% 30,005 Grand Total 15,448 26.4% 42,986 73.6% 58,434 Group B Arrestees by Race Pacific Islander Pacific Islander Alaskan Native Alaskan Native % American % Unknown Grand Total % Asian or American Unknown Indian or Indian or Asian or % White % Black White Black OffenseBad Checks 7 0.0% 5 0.0% 0 0.0% 11 0.0% 133 0.2% 156Curfew/Loitering/Vagrancy 24 0.0% 45 0.1% 36 0.1% 42 0.1% 1,022 1.7% 1,169Disorderly Conduct 97 0.2% 240 0.4% 108 0.2% 166 0.3% 3,560 6.1% 4,171DUI 129 0.2% 134 0.2% 147 0.3% 221 0.4% 5,313 9.1% 5,944Drunkenness 115 0.2% 129 0.2% 530 0.9% 99 0.2% 3,083 5.3% 3,956Family Offenses Non-Violent 25 0.0% 41 0.1% 21 0.0% 51 0.1% 846 1.4% 984Liquor Law Violations 176 0.3% 318 0.5% 453 0.8% 291 0.5% 6,668 11.4% 7,906Peeping Tom 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 3 0.0% 3Runaways 25 0.0% 25 0.0% 11 0.0% 15 0.0% 473 0.8% 549Trespass 90 0.2% 473 0.8% 162 0.3% 93 0.2% 2,773 4.7% 3,591All Other Offenses 721 1.2% 1,418 2.4% 874 1.5% 1,110 1.9% 25,882 44.3% 30,005Grand Total 1,409 2.4% 2,828 4.8% 2,342 4.0% 2,099 3.6% 49,756 85.1% 58,434NOTE: Since only 64 of the reporting agencies submit IBR data, IBR statistics reflect only crimes reported by those jurisdictions.They do not reflect statewide data. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 66
  • 67. Incident Based Reporting – Clearance RatesSince only 64 of the reporting agencies submit IBR data, IBR statistics reflect only crimes reportedby those jurisdictions. They do not reflect statewide data. An offense cleared in 2009 may have occurred in a previous year. Number Number of Incidents of Number of Incidents Cleared by Total Percent Offense Incidents Cleared by Arrest Exception Cleared Cleared Crimes Against Persons Assault Offenses 23,905 11,212 1,699 12,911 54.01% Homicide Offenses 37 33 3 36 97.30% Kidnapping/Abduction 507 96 38 134 26.43% Sex Offenses - Forcible 2,652 533 262 795 29.98% Sex Offenses - Nonforcible 250 86 16 102 40.80% Total 27,351 11,960 2,018 13,978 51.11% Crimes Against Society Drug/Narcotic Offenses 18,525 11,675 51 11,726 63.30% Gambling Offenses 3 40 40 1333.33% Pornography/Obscene Material 253 59 5 64 25.30% Prostitution Offenses 606 491 2 493 81.35% Weapon Law Violations 2,120 1,059 32 1,091 51.46% Total 21,507 13,324 90 13,414 62.37% Crimes Against Property Arson 302 92 1 93 30.79% Bribery 3 3 3 100.00% Burglary/Breaking & Entering 12,646 1,176 184 1,360 10.75% Counterfeiting/Forgery 3,378 897 91 988 29.25% Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property 31,737 4,718 373 5,091 16.04% Embezzlement 152 26 3 29 19.08% Extortion/Blackmail 24 2 3 5 20.83% Fraud Offenses 8,171 778 164 942 11.53% Larceny/Theft Offenses 60,733 15,588 663 16,251 26.76% Motor Vehicle Theft 6,215 333 112 445 7.16% Robbery 1,216 460 33 493 40.54% Stolen Property Offenses 1,240 674 12 686 55.32% Total 125,817 24,747 1,639 26,386 20.97% Grand Total 174,675 50,031 3,747 53,778 30.79% 2009 Crime in Utah Page 67
  • 68. Glossary ADULT: An individual 18 years of age or older. AGGRAVATED ASSAULT: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines Aggravated Assaultas: "An unlawful attack by one person upon another wherein the offender uses a weapon or displays it in athreatening manner, or the victim suffers obvious severe or aggravated bodily injury involving apparentbroken bones, loss of teeth, possible internal injury, severe laceration, or loss of consciousness." See also,Simple Assault ALL OTHER OFFENSES: Agencies that submit Summary Based data record all arrests that cannot becategorized under any other Part II Category in "All Other Offenses." Such arrests can include, but are notlimited to, the crimes of: Anarchism, Bigamy and Polygamy, Blackmail, Bribery, Contempt of Court,Contributing to Juvenile Delinquency, Kidnapping, and Marriage within Prohibited Degrees, Perjury,Possession of Burglary Tools, Possession of Narcotic Paraphernalia, Riot, and Trespass. AMERICAN INDIAN OR ALASKAN NATIVE - RACE: A person having origins in any of the originalpeoples of North America, and who maintains cultural identification through tribal affiliation or communityrecognition. The other three categories of race are White, Black, and Asian or Pacific Islander. From theFBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook ARSON: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines Arson as: "Unlawfully and intentionallydamaging, or attempting to damage, any real or personal property by fire or incendiary device." ASIAN OR PACIFIC ISLANDER - RACE: A person having origins in any of the original peoples of theFar East, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, or the Pacific Islands. The other three categories of raceare White, Black, and American Indian or Alaskan Native. From the FBIs Uniform Crime ReportingHandbook BAD CHECKS: Knowingly and intentionally writing and/or negotiating checks drawn against insufficientor nonexistent funds. Includes fraudulent checks and insufficient funds checks but not counterfeited checksor forged checks. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition BLACK - RACE: A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. The other threecategories of race are White, American Indian or Alaskan Native, and Asian or Pacific Islander. From theFBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook BLACKMAIL: see Extortion/Blackmail BRIBERY: The offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of anything of value (i.e., a bribe, gratuity, orkickback) to sway the judgment or action of a person in a position of trust or influence. From the FBIsUniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition BURGLARY: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines Burglary as: "The unlawful entry intoa building or other structure with the intent to commit a felony or a theft." 2009 Crime in Utah Page 68
  • 69. Glossary CLEARANCE - incidents may be cleared by arrest or by exceptional means. Clearance by Arrest: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program states that "an offense is cleared by arrest or solved for crime reporting purposes when at least one person is: 1) arrested, 2) charged with the commission of the offense; and then turned over to the court for prosecution (whether following arrest, court summons, or police notice). Although no physical arrest is made, a clearance when the offender is a person under 18 years of age and is cited to appear in juvenile court or before other juvenile authorities." Clearance by Exception: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program states that "In certain situations, law enforcement is not able to follow the three outlined steps under clearance by arrest to clear offenses known to them." However, "if the following questions can be answered yes, the offense is considered to be Cleared by Exception." 1. Has the investigation definitely established the identity of the offender? 2. Is there enough information to support an arrest, charge, and turning over to the court for prosecution? 3. Is the exact location of the offender known so that the subject could be taken into custody now? 4. Is there some reason outside law enforcement control that precludes arresting, charging, and prosecuting the offender? Some examples of exceptional clearance situations: • Death of the offender (suicide, killed by law enforcement, murder-suicide situation, natural causes) • Deathbed confession by offender • Offender already in custody or serving sentence for another offense • Extradition denied • Victim refuses to cooperate in prosecution • The handling of a juvenile offender to his/her parents in instances involving minor offenses where no referral is made to juvenile court The preceding from the "Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook," pages 41 and 42. COUNTERFEITING/FORGERY: The altering, copying, or imitation of something, without authority orright, with the intent to deceive or defraud by passing the copy or thing altered or imitated as that which isoriginal or genuine; or the selling, buying, or possession of an altered, copied, or imitated thing with the intentto deceive or defraud. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition CRIME RATE PER 1,000: Number of crimes committed for every 1,000 residents. Breaking down thenumber of crimes by size of population is one way to gauge how an agencys crime rates compare with thoseof other agencies. Crime Rate per 1,000 is calculated by dividing the agencys number of crimes by theagencys population, and multiplying the result by 1,000. ((Crimes/Population)*1,000) CURFEW/LOITERING/VAGRANCY VIOLATIONS: The violation of a court order, regulation, ordinance,or law requiring the withdrawal of persons from the streets or other specified areas; prohibiting persons fromremaining in an area or place in an idle or aimless manner; or prohibiting persons from going from place toplace without visible means of support. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition 2009 Crime in Utah Page 69
  • 70. Glossary DANGEROUS NONNARCOTIC DRUGS: According to the Federal Bureau of Investigations UniformCrime Reporting Program, the drug category “Dangerous Nonnarcotic Drugs” includes drugs such asbarbiturates, Benzedrine, etc. DESTRUCTION / DAMAGE / VANDALISM OF PROPERTY: To willfully or maliciously destroy,damage, deface, or otherwise injure real or personal property without the consent of the owner or the personhaving custody or control of it. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Any behavior that tends to disturb the public peace or decorum, scandalizesthe community, or shock the public sense of morality. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook,NIBRS Edition DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE: Driving or operating a motor vehicle or common carrier whilementally or physically impaired as the result of consuming an alcoholic beverage or using a drug or narcotic.This offense includes driving while intoxicated and operating a bus, train, streetcar, boat, etc., while underthe influence. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition DRUG/NARCOTIC OFFENSES: The violation of laws prohibiting the production, distribution, and/or useof certain controlled substances and the equipment or devices utilized in their preparation and/or use. Fromthe FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition DRUNKENNESS: To drink alcoholic beverages to the extent that ones mental faculties and physicalcoordination are substantially impaired. Included are drunk and disorderly, common drunkard, habitualdrunkard, and intoxication. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition EMBEZZLEMENT: The unlawful misappropriation by an offender to his/her own use or purpose ofmoney, property, or some other thing of value entrusted to his/her care, custody, or control. From the FBIsUniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition EXTORTION/BLACKMAIL: To unlawfully obtain money, property, or any other thing of value, eithertangible or intangible, through the use or threat of force, misuse of authority, threat of criminal prosecution,threat of destruction of reputation or social standing, or through other coercive means. From the FBIsUniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition FAMILY OFFENSES, NON-VIOLENT: Unlawful, non-violent acts by a family member (or legalguardian) which threaten the physical, mental, or economic well-being or morals of another family memberand which are not classifiable as other offenses, such as Assault, Incest, Statutory Rape, etc. This offenseincludes: abandonment, desertion, neglect, non-support, non-violent abuse, and non-violent cruelty to otherfamily members. It also includes the non-payment of court-ordered alimony, as long as it is not consideredto be "Contempt of Court" within the reporting jurisdiction. From the FBIs Uniform Crime ReportingHandbook, NIBRS Edition FORCIBLE FONDLING: The touching of the private body parts of another person for the purpose ofsexual gratification, forcibly and/or against that persons will; or, not forcibly or against the persons will wherethe victim is incapable of giving consent because of his/her youth or because of his/her temporary orpermanent mental incapacity. For Incident Based Reporting (IBR) purposes, this falls under the category of"Sex Offenses, Forcible." From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition 2009 Crime in Utah Page 70
  • 71. Glossary FORCIBLE RAPE: The carnal knowledge of a person, forcibly and/or against that persons will; or notforcibly or against the persons will where the victim is incapable of giving consent because of his/hertemporary or permanent mental or physical incapacity (or because of his/her youth.) For Incident BasedReporting (IBR) purposes, this falls under the category of "Sex Offenses, Forcible." From the FBIs UniformCrime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition FORCIBLE SODOMY: Oral or anal sexual intercourse with another person, forcibly and/or against thatpersons will, or not forcibly or against the persons will where the victim is incapable of giving consentbecause of his/her youth or because of his/her temporary or permanent mental or physical incapacity. ForIncident Based Reporting (IBR) purposes, this falls under the category of "Sex Offenses, Forcible." From theFBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition FRAUD: The intentional perversion of the truth for the purpose of inducing another person or other entityin reliance upon it to part with something of value or to surrender a legal right. From the FBIs Uniform CrimeReporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition GAMBLING OFFENSES: To unlawfully bet or wager money or something else of value; assist,promote, or operate a game of chance for money or some other stake; possess or transmit wageringinformation; manufacture, sell, purchase, possess, or transport gambling equipment, devices, or goods; ortamper with the outcome of a sporting event or contest to gain a gambling advantage. From the FBIsUniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition GROUP A OFFENSES: Agencies that submit data using the Incident Based Reporting (IBR) systemsubmit detailed data on 22 "Group A" Offenses, which include: Arson, Assault Offenses, Bribery, Burglary,Counterfeiting/Forgery, Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property, Drug/Narcotic Offenses, Embezzlement,Extortion/Blackmail, Fraud Offenses, Gambling Offenses, Homicide Offenses, Kidnapping/Abduction,Larceny/Theft Offenses, Motor Vehicle Theft, Pornography/Obscene Material, Prostitution Offenses,Robbery, Sex Offenses (Forcible), Sex Offenses (Non-forcible), Stolen Property Offenses, and Weapon LawViolations. In contrast, agencies that submit data using the Summary Based Reporting system only submitdetailed data on the eight "Index Crimes." (IBR agencies also submit arrest data on 10 "Group B Offenses.") GROUP B OFFENSES: Agencies that submit data using the Incident Based Reporting (IBR) systemsubmit arrest data on the 11 "Group B Offenses" of Bad Checks, Curfew/Loitering/Vagrancy Violations,Disorderly Conduct, DUI, Drunkenness, Family Offenses (Non-violent), Liquor Law Violations, Peeping Tom,Runaways, Trespass, and All Other Offenses. (IBR agencies also submit detailed data on 22 "Group AOffenses.") HATE CRIME: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines Hate Crime as: "A criminal offensecommitted against a person or property which is motivated, in whole or in part, by the offenders bias againsta race, religion, ethnic/national origin group, or sexual orientation group." HISPANIC - ETHNICITY: All persons of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American, orother Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race. The other category of ethnicity is Non-Hispanic. From theFBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook HOMICIDE: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines Homicide as: "The willful (non-negligent) killing of one human being by another." 2009 Crime in Utah Page 71
  • 72. Glossary INCEST: Non-forcible sexual intercourse between persons who are related to each other within thedegrees wherein marriage is prohibited by law. For Incident Based Reporting (IBR) purposes, this fallsunder the category of "Sex Offenses, Non-forcible." From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook,NIBRS Edition INCIDENT BASED REPORTING: Incident Based Reporting (IBR) uses computer technology and amore detailed data base to collect details about the offenses, victims, offenders, property, and arrestsinvolved in each crime incident. Because it gathers more detailed data than the traditional Summary BasedReporting Program, it is possible to analyze various aspects of the crime which is occurring in our society,and provide law enforcement administrators, elected officials, and other planners and policy makers with theprecise information they need. INDEX CRIMES: According to the Federal Bureau of Investigations Uniform Crime Reporting Program,"Index Crimes" (also referred to as "Part I Crimes") are the offenses of Homicide, Rape, Robbery,Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Larceny/Theft, Motor Vehicle Theft, and Arson. INTIMIDATION: To unlawfully place another person in reasonable fear of bodily harm through the use ofthreatening words and/or other conduct, but without displaying a weapon or subjecting the victim to actualphysical attack. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition JUVENILE: Any individual 17 years of age or younger. KIDNAPPING / ABDUCTION: The unlawful seizure, transportation, and/or detention of a personagainst his/her will, or of a minor without the consent of his/her custodial parent(s) or legal guardian. Fromthe FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition LARCENY/THEFT: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines Larceny/Theft as: "Theunlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from the possession, or constructive possession,of another person." LIQUOR LAW VIOLATIONS: The violation of laws or ordinances prohibiting the manufacture, sale,purchase, transportation, possession, or use of alcoholic beverages. Does not include the separate offensesof Driving Under the Influence and Drunkenness. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook,NIBRS Edition MANSLAUGHTER BY NEGLIGENCE: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program definesManslaughter by Negligence as: "The killing of another person through gross negligence." MOTOR VEHICLE: A self-propelled vehicle that runs on land surface and not on rails. MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines Motor Vehicle Theft as:"The theft of a Motor Vehicle." 2009 Crime in Utah Page 72
  • 73. Glossary Theft is defined as: "The unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from the possession, or constructive possession, of another person." A Motor Vehicle is defined as: "A self- propelled vehicle that runs on land surface and not on rails." MURDER: see Homicide NON-HISPANIC - ETHNICITY: All persons, regardless of race, who do not fit the definition of theHispanic ethnic group. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook OFFENSES AGAINST FAMILY AND CHILDREN: Unlawful, non-violent acts by a family member (orlegal guardian) which threaten the physical, mental, or economic well-being or morals of another familymember and which are not classifiable as other offenses, such as Assault, Incest, Statutory Rape, etc. Thisoffense includes: abandonment, desertion, neglect, non-support, non-violent abuse, and non-violent crueltyto other family members. It also includes the non-payment of court-ordered alimony, as long as it is notconsidered to be "Contempt of Court" within the reporting jurisdiction. From the FBIs Uniform CrimeReporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition OPIUM OR COCAINE AND THEIR DERIVATIVES: According to the Federal Bureau of InvestigationsUniform Crime Reporting Program, the drug category “Opium or Cocaine and Their Derivatives” includes thedrugs of opium, cocaine, morphine, heroin, codeine, and other similar narcotics. PART I CRIMES: According to the Federal Bureau of Investigations Uniform Crime Reporting Program,"Part I Crimes" (also referred to as "Index Crimes") are the offenses of Homicide, Rape, Robbery,Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Larceny/Theft, Motor Vehicle Theft, and Arson. See also Part II Crimes. PART II CRIMES: According to the Federal Bureau of Investigations Uniform Crime Reporting Program,"Part II Crimes" encompass all other crime classifications outside those defined as Part I offenses. Agenciesthat submit Summary Based data collect only arrest data for Part II Crimes. Part II crimes include: SimpleAssaults, Counterfeiting/Forgery, Fraud, Embezzlement, Stolen Property Offenses, Vandalism, WeaponsOffenses, Prostitution and Commercialized Vice, Sex Offenses (except rape, prostitution), Drug AbuseViolations, Gambling, Offenses Against the Family and Children, DUI, Liquor Laws, Drunkenness, DisorderlyConduct, Vagrancy, Curfew and Loitering, Runaways (under 18 years of age) and All Other Offenses. PEEPING TOM: To secretly look through a window, doorway, keyhole, or other aperture for the purposeof voyeurism. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition PERSONAL WEAPON: Hands, fists, feet, teeth, etc. PORNOGRAPHY/OBSCENE MATERIAL: The violation of laws or ordinances prohibiting themanufacture, publishing, sale, purchase, or possession of sexually explicit material, e.g., literature,photographs, etc. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition PROPERTY CRIMES: The offenses of Burglary, Larceny/Theft, Motor Vehicle Theft, and Arson. Seealso Violent Crimes. 2009 Crime in Utah Page 73
  • 74. Glossary PROSTITUTION OFFENSES: To unlawfully engage in or promote sexual activities for profit. From theFBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition RAPE: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines Rape as: "The carnal knowledge of aperson forcibly and/or against that persons will; or not forcibly or against the persons will where the victim isincapable of giving consent because of his/her temporary or permanent mental or physical incapacity (orbecause of his/her youth)." ROBBERY: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines Robbery as: "The taking, or attemptingto take, anything of value under confrontational circumstances from the control, custody, or care of anotherperson by force or threat of force or violence and/or by putting the victim in fear of immediate harm." RUNAWAY: A person under 18 years of age who has left home without the permission of his/herparent(s) or legal guardian. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition SEX OFFENSES, FORCIBLE: Any sexual act directed against another person, forcibly and/or againstthat persons will; or not forcibly or against the persons will where the victim is incapable of giving consent.In Incident Based Reporting (IBR) this includes the categories of Forcible Rape, Forcible Sodomy, SexualAssault With an Object, and Forcible Fondling. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRSEdition SEX OFFENSES, NON-FORCIBLE: Unlawful, non-forcible sexual intercourse. In Incident BasedReporting (IBR) this includes the categories of Incest and Statutory Rape. From the FBIs Uniform CrimeReporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition SEX OFFENSES (NOT RAPE, PROSTITUTION): (Except forcible rape, prostitution, andcommercialized vice.) Include all offenses against chastity, common decency, morals, and the like, such as:Incest, Indecent Exposure, Indecent Liberties, Sodomy or Crime Against Nature, Statutory Rape (no force),etc. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook SEXUAL ASSAULT WITH AN OBJECT: To use an object or instrument to unlawfully penetrate,however slightly, the genital or anal opening of the body of another person, forcibly and/or against thatpersons will; or not forcibly or against the persons will where the victim is incapable of giving consentbecause of his/her youth or because of his/her temporary or permanent mental or physical incapacity. ForIncident Based Reporting (IBR) purposes, this falls under the category of "Sex Offenses, Forcible." From theFBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition SIMPLE ASSAULT: The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Program defines Simple Assault as: "Allassaults which do not involve the use of a firearm, knife, cutting instrument, or other dangerous weapon andin which there were no serious or aggravated injuries to the victim." 2009 Crime in Utah Page 74
  • 75. Glossary Simple Assault IS NOT considered an "Index Crime," and simple assaults are not included in breakdowns of "Index Crimes," or analyses of aggravated assaults. See the definition of Aggravated Assault. STATUTORY RAPE: Non-forcible sexual intercourse with a person who is under the statutory age ofconsent. For Incident Based Reporting (IBR) purposes, this falls under the category of "Sex Offenses, Non-forcible." From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition STOLEN PROPERTY OFFENSES: Receiving, buying, selling, possessing, concealing, or transportingany property with the knowledge that it has been unlawfully taken, as by burglary, embezzlement, fraud,larceny, robbery, etc. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition SYNTHETIC NARCOTICS: According to the Federal Bureau of Investigations Uniform Crime ReportingProgram, the drug category “Synthetic Narcotics” includes all “manufactured narcotics which can cause truedrug addiction (demerol, methadones, etc.)” THEFT: (also referred to as Larceny, or Larceny/Theft) The FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Programdefines Larceny/Theft as: "The unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from thepossession, or constructive possession, of another person." TOTAL CRIME INDEX: Total number of "Index Crimes" or "Part I Crimes" reported by an agency. TRESPASS OF REAL PROPERTY: To unlawfully enter land, a dwelling, or other real property. Fromthe FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition UNIFORM CRIME REPORTING (UCR): A city, county, and state law enforcement program thatprovides a nationwide view of crime based on the submission of statistics by law enforcement agenciesthroughout the country. Data submitted in the Summary Based program is mostly limited to the reporting ofknown "Index Crimes" and criminal arrest data. Data submitted in the Incident Based Reporting (IBR)program gathers more detailed data than does the Summary Based program. VAGRANCY: see Curfew/Loitering/Vagrancy Violations VANDALISM: see Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property VIOLENT CRIMES: The offenses of Homicide, Rape, Robbery, and Aggravated Assault. See alsoProperty Crimes. WEAPON LAW VIOLATIONS: The violation of laws or ordinances prohibiting the manufacture, sale,purchase, transportation, possession, concealment, or use of firearms, cutting instruments, explosives,incendiary devices, or other deadly weapons. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRSEdition 2009 Crime in Utah Page 75
  • 76. Glossary WHITE - RACE: A person having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, North Africa, or theMiddle East. The other three categories of race are Black, American Indian or Alaskan Native, and Asian orPacific Islander. From the FBIs Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook 2009 Crime in Utah Page 76