Pittsburgh Crime Map
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Understanding crime by areas is important, and DeLuca, Ricciuti & Konieczka, LLC is here to assist each citizens comprehension of area-based crime reporting. Utilizing the City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety Bureau of Police’s Annual Report, your provider is capable of outlining relevant information.
Reported Violent Crime Rates
Within Pittsburgh, offenses known by law enforcement are categorized to offer year-by-year summaries. Pittsburgh’s city-wide violent crime, between 2012 and 2013, decreased by approximately 2.6 percent. Pittsburgh’s property crime, particularly, reduced by approximately 7.4 percent, relieving the total statistic from sways due to increased motor vehicle theft, aggravated assault and homicide.
Violent Crime by Location
Location is a heavy driver of Pittsburgh crime. As constant with many cities, Pittsburgh’s various inner locations segment crime by total, annual count. WhilePittsburgh crime statistics do change over time, total annual reports are still useful to those considering total crime spread. Currently:
- The lowest annual crime reports appear in New Homestead, with 1.6 occurring per 100 citizens.
- The highest annual crime reports appear in South Shore, with 1,500 occurring per 100 citizens.
Drug Crime by Location
Similar to violent crime, drug crime has been cataloged on a per-location basis across Pittsburgh. Providers have categorized the Central Business District as containing the highest amount of drug crime while South Side Flats and East Allegheny follow behind. As follow-up areas, both South Side Flats and East Allegheny consist of similar crime statistics.
Property Crime by Location
Property Crime within Pittsburgh, more so than other crime segments, adheres heavily to location. Within Pittsburgh, the Central Business District, South Side Flats and Shadyside, currently, contain the highest property crime statistics.
Specific Crime Incidents
Understandably, inner-city areas will maintain higher crime amounts due to inflated statistics. However, several crimes appear more than others, with the following incidents leading Pittsburgh’s occurrences:
- Drunk driving
- Simple assault
- Public intoxication
- Aggravated assault