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This is a map with some crime statistics in Phoenix for 2010. Statistics for 2011 have not been compiled and officially released yet but are expected to come out near the end of February.
Search crime reports by ZIP code for Gilbert, Mesa and Tempe. The data is updated weekly.
We have news for Scottsdale Vice Mayor Betty Drake, who wants to ban motorized scooters from Scottsdale streets.
PHOENIX - The overall number of violent crimes increased in Phoenix by 4.7 percent last year but decreased in Tucson by nearly 10 percent, according to preliminary FBI data released Monday.
Boy Scouts looking to earn merit badges in fingerprinting and crime prevention can attend a free workshop hosted by Mesa Police and Councilman Dave Richins. The workshop is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 28 at the Central District station, 120 N. Robson.
The Chandler Police Department wants you to get involved in this year's G.A.I.N. event, Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods.
The upcoming 2011 Citizen Safety Forum & Expo in Mesa will give you the chance to learn more about drug abuse, child abduction and identity theft and other serious crimes.
My friend Bernie wanted to meet for coffee and gab. Loopholes, he baited me, made accomplishing anything through politics almost impossible.
Crime is down in Ahwatukee Foothills compared with the previous year.
FLAGSTAFF -- Violent crime is down in Coconino County. The sheriff's office said violent crimes fell about 22 percent with 35 fewer incidents.
PHOENIX - An expert in Mexican drug crimes says he's not surprised to hear that Phoenix has seen hundreds of smuggling-related kidnappings over the past few years.
The FBI's Hate Crime Statistics presents data regarding incidents, offenses, victims, and offenders in reported crimes that were motivated in whole or in part by a bias against the victim's perceived race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or disability in 2006 and 2007.
UPDATED! Search national crime reports by year, state and city from 2005 through 2008. The data is provided by the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program.
The 911 call came last Sunday: "Shots fired." Three gunshots were reported, and Pinal County sheriff's deputies drove to a patch of desert east of a Queen Creek-area neighborhood.
Swarming is a technique generally used by insects and birds, but Tempe police are now applying Mother Nature’s tactic to fight crime.
Outpacing national statistics, Scottsdale saw an 8.6 percent increase in violent crimes last year, according to FBI statistics released Monday.
Violent crime along the U.S.-Mexico border, which has long plagued the scrubby, often desolate stretch, increasingly is spilling northward into the Southwest.
Getting your children to school safely is only half the battle. How do you know they’ll be safe on campus?
SAFE TO CROSS: Patterson Elementary School students cross Guadalupe Road while crossing guards Shannon Smith and Kelley Frazier hold stop signs.