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Lakewood WA crime stats April 2010

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  • Whenever I give this brief outside of Lakewood, I always start the presentation with the following question: “How many think crime in Lakewood is the worst in the County?” Generally 40% or more of the audience raise their hand; When I ask that those who think crime in Lakewood is the second worst in the County to also raise their hands…, most of the remaining hands go up. Clearly Lakewood is fighting a wide-spread perception of high crime rates.
  • Whenever I give this brief outside of Lakewood, I always start the presentation with the following question: “How many think crime in Lakewood is the worst in the County?” Generally 40% or more of the audience raise their hand; When I ask that those who think crime in Lakewood is the second worst in the County to also raise their hands…, most of the remaining hands go up. Clearly Lakewood is fighting a wide-spread perception of high crime rates.
  • Whenever I give this brief outside of Lakewood, I always start the presentation with the following question: “How many think crime in Lakewood is the worst in the County?” Generally 40% or more of the audience raise their hand; When I ask that those who think crime in Lakewood is the second worst in the County to also raise their hands…, most of the remaining hands go up. Clearly Lakewood is fighting a wide-spread perception of high crime rates.
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    • 1. Lakewood Police Department Monthly Crime Report
      • C&I Report April 2010
      • 2009-2010 Comparison Charts
      • Gang Arrests
      • 2009-2010 Traffic Accidents
      April 2010
    • 2. Lakewood Police Department Crime & Incident Report April 2010
    • 3. This is preliminary data provided by LESA Records based on the IBR report format. This data is accurate as of 5/21/10 Lakewood Crime and Incident Report for April 2010 (Part One Crime – with Non-Aggravated Assault)
    • 4. Information contained herein is incident based (RMS) and is accurate as of 5/21/2010. Lakewood Crime and Incident Report for April 2010 (Part Two Crime)
    • 5. Lakewood Police Department 2009-2010 Monthly Crime Comparison Charts January - December 2009-2010
    • 6. 2009 Apr: 309 UCR 2010 Apr: 227 UCR (Preliminary) Decreased 10.1% YTD Apr09-Apr10 Analysis Year to Date: 114 points lower then last year Total Part One Crime is : 1004 Part One Crime includes: Violent Crime: Aggravated Assault, Homicide, Rape, Robbery Property Crime: Arson, Motor Vehicle Theft, Burglary (Residential and Non-Residential), Theft (All Larceny, except Auto Theft)
    • 7. Part One Property Crime includes: Arson, Auto Theft, Burglary (Residential and Non-Residential), Theft (All Larceny, except Auto Theft) Analysis Year to Date: Arson is the same as 2009 with 4, All other categories or fewer then in 2009. 2009 Apr: 261 UCR 2010 Apr: 178 UCR (Preliminary) Decrease 11.8% YTD Apr 09-Apr 10
    • 8. Lakewood PD Gang Related Arrests 2008-YTD 2010 These numbers are Warehouse derived and accurate as of 24 May 2010 Total 2010 Arrests as of 1 May 2010 = 25
    • 9. Part One Crime includes: Violent Crime: Aggravated Assault, Homicide, Rape, Robbery Property Crime: Arson, Motor Vehicle Theft, Burglary (Residential and Non-Residential), Theft (All Larceny, except Auto Theft) Analysis Year to Date: Aggravated Assaults are 7 lower then YTD Apr 09. Rapes are five lower then last year and Robberies continue to be down. The robbery number is key for discerning a trend in violent crime. Overall, violent crime YTD is down 11.8%. 2009 Apr:48 UCR 2010 Apr: 49 UCR (Preliminary) Decreased 11.8%YTD Apr09 –Apr10
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