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2014 - 2015 Crime Trends
City of Ottawa
This report examines all founded Criminal Code of Canada offences that were reported to the Ottawa Police over the last 5 years. Offences have been
categorized according to the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Survey version 2.2. Violent Crime, also referred to as Crimes Against The Person, involves the
use or threat of force to harm another person. Non-Violent Crimes include Crimes Against Property and Other Criminal Code of Canada Offences.
The crime statistics published in this report are accurate on the day that they were produced. Due to ongoing police investigations and internal data quality
control efforts, this information is subject to change, including addition, deletion and reclassification of any and all data. Rates and percentages have been
rounded.
Crime Rate (1) Violent Crime Non-Violent Crime
2014 3,302.5
2015 3,235.6 ▼2.0%
555.4
543.0 ▼2.2%
2,747.1
2,692.6 ▼2.0%
Reported Crime (2)
2014 31,431
2015 31,086 ▼1.1%
5,286
5,217 ▼1.3%
26,145
25,869 ▼1.1%
Crime Severity Index (3)
2014 42.6
2015 44.0 ▲3.4%
45.5
48.8 ▲7.3%
41.4
42.2 ▲1.9%
Clearance Rate % (4)
2014 36.6%
2015 36.0% ▼0.6%
55.0%
55.9% ▲0.9%
32.9%
31.9% ▼0.9%
Calls for Service Priority 1 Priority 2
2014 340,775
2015 334,480 ▼1.8%
4,099
3,900 ▼4.9%
24,968
28,980 ▲16.1%
(1) Rate is calculated per 100,000 of population. As provided by the City of Ottawa’s Planning and Growth Management Department, the population for 2014
and 2015 was 951,727 and 960,753 respectively.
(2) Reported Crime refers to the actual crime reported to the Ottawa Police Service within a calendar year. Unfounded incidents, those deemed through
investigation not to have occurred, are excluded.
(3) The Crime Severity Index is a measure of police-reported crime that reflects the relative seriousness of individual offences and tracks changes in crime
severity. Values are estimated and do not represent the official CSI as published by Statistics Canada.
(4) Clearance Rate (%) is expressed as a percent and is the sum of all Criminal Code of Canada Offences cleared by charge and cleared otherwise, divided by
the total number of actual reported incidents.
May 26, 2016 - 1 - 2:59:55 PM
2014 - 2015 Crime Trends
City of Ottawa
Key Crime Trends
Offence
2014 2015
Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2)
Crimes Against The Person 5,286 555.4 55.0% 5,217 543.0 55.9% 5,196 -1.3%
Crimes Against Property 22,147 2,327.0 23.9% 22,054 2,295.5 23.1% 24,191 -0.4%
Other Criminal Code of Canada Offences 3,998 420.1 82.2% 3,815 397.1 83.2% 4,015 -4.6%
Total CCC offences excl Traffic 31,431 3,302.5 36.6% 31,086 3,235.6 36.0% 33,402 -1.1%
Criminal Code Traffic Offences 810 85.1 95.9% 824 85.8 98.7% 1,765 1.7%
Total CCC Offences incl Traffic 32,241 3,387.6 38.1% 31,910 3,321.4 37.6% 35,166 -1.0%
Crimes Against The Person
Offence
2014 2015
Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2)
Homicide (Incidents) 7 0.7 85.7% 7 0.7 114.3% 9 0.0%
Attempted Murder 10 1.1 70.0% 13 1.4 61.5% 9 30.0%
Robbery 445 46.8 43.1% 517 53.8 41.2% 585 16.2%
Assaults 2,774 291.5 62.9% 2,800 291.4 63.1% 2,814 0.9%
Sexual Violations 557 58.5 43.1% 596 62.0 45.0% 477 7.0%
Abduction 83 8.7 72.3% 90 9.4 65.6% 75 8.4%
Uttering Threats or Intimidation 487 51.2 61.0% 448 46.6 66.3% 443 -8.0%
Other Offences 923 97.0 39.0% 746 77.6 39.5% 784 -19.2%
Total Crimes Against Person 5,286 555.4 55.0% 5,217 543.0 55.9% 5,196 -1.3%
Crimes Against Property
Offence
2014 2015
Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2)
Arson 120 12.6 21.7% 97 10.1 16.5% 127 -19.2%
Break and Enter 2,038 214.1 25.7% 2,237 232.8 25.0% 2,397 9.8%
Theft - Motor Vehicle 818 85.9 17.1% 819 85.2 15.6% 961 0.1%
Theft Over $5000 226 23.7 15.5% 234 24.4 16.2% 240 3.5%
Theft $5000 and Under 11,913 1,251.7 27.3% 11,732 1,221.1 25.8% 12,987 -1.5%
Possession of Stolen Goods 118 12.4 81.4% 113 11.8 83.2% 158 -4.2%
Fraud 2,510 263.7 26.0% 2,930 305.0 23.5% 2,643 16.7%
Mischief 4,404 462.7 13.0% 3,892 405.1 13.8% 4,678 -11.6%
Total Crimes Against Property 22,147 2,327.0 23.9% 22,054 2,295.5 23.1% 24,191 -0.4%
(1) Rate is calculated per 100,000 of population. As provided by the City of Ottawa’s Planning and Growth Management Department, the population for 2014
and 2015 was 951,727 and 960,753 respectively.
(2) 5 Year Average and Change % are based on actual values
May 26, 2016 - 2 - 2:59:55 PM
2014 - 2015 Crime Trends
City of Ottawa
Other Criminal Code of Canada (CCC) Offences
Offence
2014 2015
Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2)
Offensive Weapons 183 19.2 84.2% 163 17.0 84.7% 192 -10.9%
Gaming and Betting 2 0.2 0.0% 0 0.0 0.0% 0 -100.0%
Prostitution 30 3.2 90.0% 29 3.0 93.1% 37 -3.3%
Other Criminal Code Offences 3,783 397.5 82.1% 3,623 377.1 83.0% 3,785 -4.2%
Total Other CCC Offences 3,998 420.1 82.2% 3,815 397.1 83.2% 4,015 -4.6%
Criminal Code Traffic Offences
Offence
2014 2015
Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2)
Dangerous Operation of Motor Vehicle 58 6.1 82.8% 63 6.6 88.9% 60 8.6%
Impaired Operation of Vehicle 611 64.2 99.3% 625 65.1 100.2% 621 2.3%
Failure to Stop or Remain 77 8.1 77.9% 79 8.2 94.9% 1,027 2.6%
Driving Motor Vehicle While Prohibited 56 5.9 98.2% 50 5.2 100.0% 49 -10.7%
Other Criminal Code Traffic Offences 8 0.8 87.5% 7 0.7 85.7% 7 -12.5%
Total Criminal Code Traffic
Offences
810 85.1 95.9% 824 85.8 98.7% 1,765 1.7%
Controlled Drug and Substances Act Offences
Offence
2014 2015
Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2)
Cannabis 941 98.9 97.3% 759 79.0 98.6% 957 -19.3%
Ecstasy (Methylenedioxyamphetamine ) 7 0.7 85.7% 6 0.6 83.3% 8 -14.3%
Crystal Meth (Methamphetamine) 2 0.2 50.0% 7 0.7 100.0% 3 250.0%
Heroin 4 0.4 100.0% 7 0.7 100.0% 5 75.0%
Cocaine 318 33.4 101.6% 330 34.3 96.1% 347 3.8%
Other Controlled Drugs and Substances 107 11.2 101.9% 177 18.4 94.9% 125 65.4%
Total Drug Offences 1,379 144.9 98.5% 1,286 133.9 97.4% 1,445 -6.7%
(1) Rate is calculated per 100,000 of population. As provided by the City of Ottawa’s Planning and Growth Management Department, the population for 2014
and 2015 was 951,727 and 960,753 respectively.
(2) 5 Year Average and Change % are based on actual values
May 26, 2016 - 3 - 2:59:55 PM
2014 - 2015 Crime Trends
City of Ottawa
Calls For Service
Priority Level (3) Response Type
2014 2015
Actual Rate (1) Actual Rate (1) Change % (2)
Priority 1 Mobile 4,095 430.3 3,898 405.7 -4.8%
Alternate 4 0.4 2 0.2 -50.0%
Priority 2 Mobile 24,949 2,621.4 28,872 3,005.1 15.7%
Alternate 19 2.0 108 11.2 468.4%
Priority 3 Mobile 37,036 3,891.5 38,869 4,045.7 4.9%
Alternate 55 5.8 61 6.3 10.9%
Priority 4 Mobile 145,816 15,321.2 139,507 14,520.6 -4.3%
Alternate 48,705 5,117.5 48,219 5,018.9 -1.0%
Priority 5 Mobile 1,457 153.1 2,209 229.9 51.6%
Alternate 11 1.2 11 1.1 0.0%
Priority 6 Mobile 31,625 3,322.9 32,536 3,386.5 2.9%
Alternate 45,687 4,800.4 38,819 4,040.5 -15.0%
Priority 7 Mobile 540 56.7 385 40.1 -28.7%
Alternate 776 81.5 984 102.4 26.8%
All Prioritites Total Mobile Response 245,518 25,797.1 246,276 25,633.6 0.3%
Total Alternative Response 95,257 10,008.9 88,204 9,180.7 -7.4%
Total Calls For Service 340,775 35,806.0 334,480 34,814.4 -1.8%
(1) Rate is calculated per 100,000 of population. As provided by the City of Ottawa’s Planning and Growth Management Department, the population for 2014
and 2015 was 951,727 and 960,753 respectively.
(2) Change % is based on actual values
(3) Call priority is determined based on the seriousness of the incident, ranging from imminent danger to life (P1) to property pickup (P7). The assignment of
priority also considers the safety of police officers and the general public in traveling to the scene of the event.
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City of Ottawa crime trends 2014-15

  • 1. 2014 - 2015 Crime Trends City of Ottawa This report examines all founded Criminal Code of Canada offences that were reported to the Ottawa Police over the last 5 years. Offences have been categorized according to the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Survey version 2.2. Violent Crime, also referred to as Crimes Against The Person, involves the use or threat of force to harm another person. Non-Violent Crimes include Crimes Against Property and Other Criminal Code of Canada Offences. The crime statistics published in this report are accurate on the day that they were produced. Due to ongoing police investigations and internal data quality control efforts, this information is subject to change, including addition, deletion and reclassification of any and all data. Rates and percentages have been rounded. Crime Rate (1) Violent Crime Non-Violent Crime 2014 3,302.5 2015 3,235.6 ▼2.0% 555.4 543.0 ▼2.2% 2,747.1 2,692.6 ▼2.0% Reported Crime (2) 2014 31,431 2015 31,086 ▼1.1% 5,286 5,217 ▼1.3% 26,145 25,869 ▼1.1% Crime Severity Index (3) 2014 42.6 2015 44.0 ▲3.4% 45.5 48.8 ▲7.3% 41.4 42.2 ▲1.9% Clearance Rate % (4) 2014 36.6% 2015 36.0% ▼0.6% 55.0% 55.9% ▲0.9% 32.9% 31.9% ▼0.9% Calls for Service Priority 1 Priority 2 2014 340,775 2015 334,480 ▼1.8% 4,099 3,900 ▼4.9% 24,968 28,980 ▲16.1% (1) Rate is calculated per 100,000 of population. As provided by the City of Ottawa’s Planning and Growth Management Department, the population for 2014 and 2015 was 951,727 and 960,753 respectively. (2) Reported Crime refers to the actual crime reported to the Ottawa Police Service within a calendar year. Unfounded incidents, those deemed through investigation not to have occurred, are excluded. (3) The Crime Severity Index is a measure of police-reported crime that reflects the relative seriousness of individual offences and tracks changes in crime severity. Values are estimated and do not represent the official CSI as published by Statistics Canada. (4) Clearance Rate (%) is expressed as a percent and is the sum of all Criminal Code of Canada Offences cleared by charge and cleared otherwise, divided by the total number of actual reported incidents. May 26, 2016 - 1 - 2:59:55 PM
  • 2. 2014 - 2015 Crime Trends City of Ottawa Key Crime Trends Offence 2014 2015 Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2) Crimes Against The Person 5,286 555.4 55.0% 5,217 543.0 55.9% 5,196 -1.3% Crimes Against Property 22,147 2,327.0 23.9% 22,054 2,295.5 23.1% 24,191 -0.4% Other Criminal Code of Canada Offences 3,998 420.1 82.2% 3,815 397.1 83.2% 4,015 -4.6% Total CCC offences excl Traffic 31,431 3,302.5 36.6% 31,086 3,235.6 36.0% 33,402 -1.1% Criminal Code Traffic Offences 810 85.1 95.9% 824 85.8 98.7% 1,765 1.7% Total CCC Offences incl Traffic 32,241 3,387.6 38.1% 31,910 3,321.4 37.6% 35,166 -1.0% Crimes Against The Person Offence 2014 2015 Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2) Homicide (Incidents) 7 0.7 85.7% 7 0.7 114.3% 9 0.0% Attempted Murder 10 1.1 70.0% 13 1.4 61.5% 9 30.0% Robbery 445 46.8 43.1% 517 53.8 41.2% 585 16.2% Assaults 2,774 291.5 62.9% 2,800 291.4 63.1% 2,814 0.9% Sexual Violations 557 58.5 43.1% 596 62.0 45.0% 477 7.0% Abduction 83 8.7 72.3% 90 9.4 65.6% 75 8.4% Uttering Threats or Intimidation 487 51.2 61.0% 448 46.6 66.3% 443 -8.0% Other Offences 923 97.0 39.0% 746 77.6 39.5% 784 -19.2% Total Crimes Against Person 5,286 555.4 55.0% 5,217 543.0 55.9% 5,196 -1.3% Crimes Against Property Offence 2014 2015 Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2) Arson 120 12.6 21.7% 97 10.1 16.5% 127 -19.2% Break and Enter 2,038 214.1 25.7% 2,237 232.8 25.0% 2,397 9.8% Theft - Motor Vehicle 818 85.9 17.1% 819 85.2 15.6% 961 0.1% Theft Over $5000 226 23.7 15.5% 234 24.4 16.2% 240 3.5% Theft $5000 and Under 11,913 1,251.7 27.3% 11,732 1,221.1 25.8% 12,987 -1.5% Possession of Stolen Goods 118 12.4 81.4% 113 11.8 83.2% 158 -4.2% Fraud 2,510 263.7 26.0% 2,930 305.0 23.5% 2,643 16.7% Mischief 4,404 462.7 13.0% 3,892 405.1 13.8% 4,678 -11.6% Total Crimes Against Property 22,147 2,327.0 23.9% 22,054 2,295.5 23.1% 24,191 -0.4% (1) Rate is calculated per 100,000 of population. As provided by the City of Ottawa’s Planning and Growth Management Department, the population for 2014 and 2015 was 951,727 and 960,753 respectively. (2) 5 Year Average and Change % are based on actual values May 26, 2016 - 2 - 2:59:55 PM
  • 3. 2014 - 2015 Crime Trends City of Ottawa Other Criminal Code of Canada (CCC) Offences Offence 2014 2015 Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2) Offensive Weapons 183 19.2 84.2% 163 17.0 84.7% 192 -10.9% Gaming and Betting 2 0.2 0.0% 0 0.0 0.0% 0 -100.0% Prostitution 30 3.2 90.0% 29 3.0 93.1% 37 -3.3% Other Criminal Code Offences 3,783 397.5 82.1% 3,623 377.1 83.0% 3,785 -4.2% Total Other CCC Offences 3,998 420.1 82.2% 3,815 397.1 83.2% 4,015 -4.6% Criminal Code Traffic Offences Offence 2014 2015 Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2) Dangerous Operation of Motor Vehicle 58 6.1 82.8% 63 6.6 88.9% 60 8.6% Impaired Operation of Vehicle 611 64.2 99.3% 625 65.1 100.2% 621 2.3% Failure to Stop or Remain 77 8.1 77.9% 79 8.2 94.9% 1,027 2.6% Driving Motor Vehicle While Prohibited 56 5.9 98.2% 50 5.2 100.0% 49 -10.7% Other Criminal Code Traffic Offences 8 0.8 87.5% 7 0.7 85.7% 7 -12.5% Total Criminal Code Traffic Offences 810 85.1 95.9% 824 85.8 98.7% 1,765 1.7% Controlled Drug and Substances Act Offences Offence 2014 2015 Actual Rate (1) Clearance % Actual Rate (1) Clearance % 5-Year Average (2) Change % (2) Cannabis 941 98.9 97.3% 759 79.0 98.6% 957 -19.3% Ecstasy (Methylenedioxyamphetamine ) 7 0.7 85.7% 6 0.6 83.3% 8 -14.3% Crystal Meth (Methamphetamine) 2 0.2 50.0% 7 0.7 100.0% 3 250.0% Heroin 4 0.4 100.0% 7 0.7 100.0% 5 75.0% Cocaine 318 33.4 101.6% 330 34.3 96.1% 347 3.8% Other Controlled Drugs and Substances 107 11.2 101.9% 177 18.4 94.9% 125 65.4% Total Drug Offences 1,379 144.9 98.5% 1,286 133.9 97.4% 1,445 -6.7% (1) Rate is calculated per 100,000 of population. As provided by the City of Ottawa’s Planning and Growth Management Department, the population for 2014 and 2015 was 951,727 and 960,753 respectively. (2) 5 Year Average and Change % are based on actual values May 26, 2016 - 3 - 2:59:55 PM
  • 4. 2014 - 2015 Crime Trends City of Ottawa Calls For Service Priority Level (3) Response Type 2014 2015 Actual Rate (1) Actual Rate (1) Change % (2) Priority 1 Mobile 4,095 430.3 3,898 405.7 -4.8% Alternate 4 0.4 2 0.2 -50.0% Priority 2 Mobile 24,949 2,621.4 28,872 3,005.1 15.7% Alternate 19 2.0 108 11.2 468.4% Priority 3 Mobile 37,036 3,891.5 38,869 4,045.7 4.9% Alternate 55 5.8 61 6.3 10.9% Priority 4 Mobile 145,816 15,321.2 139,507 14,520.6 -4.3% Alternate 48,705 5,117.5 48,219 5,018.9 -1.0% Priority 5 Mobile 1,457 153.1 2,209 229.9 51.6% Alternate 11 1.2 11 1.1 0.0% Priority 6 Mobile 31,625 3,322.9 32,536 3,386.5 2.9% Alternate 45,687 4,800.4 38,819 4,040.5 -15.0% Priority 7 Mobile 540 56.7 385 40.1 -28.7% Alternate 776 81.5 984 102.4 26.8% All Prioritites Total Mobile Response 245,518 25,797.1 246,276 25,633.6 0.3% Total Alternative Response 95,257 10,008.9 88,204 9,180.7 -7.4% Total Calls For Service 340,775 35,806.0 334,480 34,814.4 -1.8% (1) Rate is calculated per 100,000 of population. As provided by the City of Ottawa’s Planning and Growth Management Department, the population for 2014 and 2015 was 951,727 and 960,753 respectively. (2) Change % is based on actual values (3) Call priority is determined based on the seriousness of the incident, ranging from imminent danger to life (P1) to property pickup (P7). The assignment of priority also considers the safety of police officers and the general public in traveling to the scene of the event. May 26, 2016 - 4 - 2:59:55 PM