Hot Spot Crime Maps

These maps are meant to give our residents a “heads up” on what is happening in your neighborhood. They are also used by our Citizens on Patrol volunteers as a means to chart crime related calls coming from San Tan Heights and helps them chart their patrols.

Here is a new code sheet to help decipher the Crime Map info: Pinal County Public Safety Information – Codes

Crime Maps: Below are the running total calls and averages. You can see how we are doing each week at a glance.

We do not get the media alerts for Friday through Sunday until the following Monday.

Over holiday weekends media alerts are delayed until Tuesday if the holiday is a Monday.

IMPORTANT

We never post anything of a personal nature, medical or otherwise. If you found it necessary to call the PCSO for your

personal situation, the issue it is being handled but we don’t take your personal circumstances and make them public.

Here is the legend for the new Google Maps:

Mid Night – 4am: BLUE
4am – 8am: ORANGE
8am – 12pm: GREEN
12pm – 4pm: LIGHT BLUE
4pm – 8pm: YELLOW

8pm – Mid Night: PURPLE

Solid tear drop markers are calls from the top three calls (theft, criminal damage or threatening).

Circle markers are all other crime calls.

Star markers are residents calling in suspicious activity.

Home alarms are “!” icons and not added to the overall number of calls.

IMPORTANT: The maps will be done in layers of three weeks – one link will take you to a map that will eventually contain three weeks worth of data. You can turn the layers on and off by unchecking the box on the right of the date. After three weeks it will look pretty cluttered, but that is because all three weeks will be showing, just uncheck the other weeks. This makes it easy to switch back and forth between maps.

 

2013

Week  52 complete

Total calls to the PCSO: 555
Year To Date Average calls per week: 10.7

Year To Date Call Data Ending Dec. 31, 2014

Dec 23-31 : 24 reports : ytd avg is 10.7

Dec 16-22 : 4 reports : ytd avg 10.4

Dec 9-15 : 16 reports : ytd avg 10.6

Dec 2 – 8 : 9 reports : ytd avg 10.4


Year To Date Call Data Ending Dec 1

Nov 25-Dec 1: 13 reports : ytd avg 10.5

Nov 18-24 : 10 reports : ytd avg 10.4

Nov 11-17 : 8 reports : ytd avg 10.4

Nov 4-10 : 10 reports : ytd avg 10.5


Year  To Date Call Data Ending Nov 3

Oct  28-Nov 3 : 11 reports : ytd avg 10.5

Oct 21-27 : 11 reports : ytd avg 10.5

Oct 14 – 20 : 8 reports : ytd avg 10.5

Oct 7 – 13 : 13 reports : ytd avg 10.5


Year To Date Call Data Ending Oct 6

Sep 30 – Oct 6 : 11 reports : ytd avg 10.5

Sep 23 – 29 : 7 reports : ytd avg 10.5

Sep 16 – 22 : 6 reports ; ytd avg 10.6

Sep 9 – 15 : 6 reports : ytd avg 10.7


Year To Date Call Data ending Sep 8, 2013

Sep 2 – 8 : 8 reports : ytd avg 10.8 7 of these are calls for suspicious activity!

Aug 26 – Sep 1 : 13 reports : ytd avg 10.9 Starting new Google maps using layers.

Aug 19 – 25 : 20 reports : ytd avg 10.8

Aug 12 – 18 : 13 reports : ytd Avg 10.5


Year To Date Call Data Ending Aug 11, 2013

Aug 5 – 11 : 15 reports : ytd avg 10.5 8 for suspicious, 1 theft, 4 criminal damage

Jul 29 – Aug 4 : 14 reports : ytd avg 10.3 8 for suspicious 1 theft

Jul 22 – 28 : 10 reports : ytd avg 10.2

Jul 15 – 21 : 9 reports ; ytd avg 10.2


Year To Date Call Data ending July 14, 2013

Jul 8 – 14 : 8 reports : ytd avg 10.2

Jul 1 – 7 : 10 reports : ytd avg 10.3

WEEK 26 Jun 24 – 30 : 9 reports : ytd avg 10.3  Zero calls for the top three (theft, criminal damage, burglary). Four calls on suspicious activity.

Jun 17 – 23 : 10 reports : ytd avg 10.4


Year To Date Call Data ending June 16, 2013

Jun 10 – 16 : 7 reports : ytd avg 10.4

Jun 3 – 9 : 5 reports : ytd avg 10.6

May 27 – Jun 2 : 12 reports : ytd avg 10.8 (7 of these calls were from residents reporting suspicious activity – that’s how it works, folks!)

May 20 – 26: 4 reports : ytd avg 10.8


Year To Date Call Data Ending May 19, 2013

May 13 – 19 : 9 reports : ytd avg 11.1

May 6 – 12 : 5 reports :ytd avg 11.2

Apr 29 – May 5 : 11 reports : ytd avg 11.6

Apr 22 – 28 : 12 reports : ytd avg 11.6


Year To Date Call Data Ending Apr 21, 2013

Apr 15 – 21 : 9 reports : ytd avg 11.6

Apr 8 – 14 : 9 reports : ytd avg 11.7

Apr 1 – 7 : 13 reports : ytd avg 11.9

Mar 25 – 31 : 15 reports : ytd avg 11.8 – Starting this 4 week of data collection Burglary has been moved out of the top three crime calls from San Tan Heights. In order from most to least in the top three are Theft, Fraud and Criminal Damage. So only those calls will have solid markers for the next four weeks.


Year to Date Call Data Ending Mar 24, 2013

Mar 18 – 24 : 15 reports : ytd avg 11.6

Mar 11 – 17 : 12 reports : ytd avg 11.3

Mar 4 – Mar 10 : 8 reports : ytd avg 11.2

Feb 25 – Mar 3 : 19 reports – ytd avg 11.5


Year to Date Call Data Ending Feb 24, 2013

Feb 18 – 24 : 10 reports – ytd avg 10.6

Feb 11 – 17 : 16 reports – ytd avg 10.7

Feb 4 – 10 : 11 reports – ytd avg 9.8

Jan 28 – Feb 3 : 8 reports – ytd avg 9.4


Year to Date Call Data Ending Jan 27, 2013

Jan 21 – 27 : 3 reports – ytd avg 9.75

Jan 14 – 20 : 13 reports – ytd avg 10.7 (adjusted to 13 from 9 as there were 4 calls for noise from same residence over a few days. Correct average on Jan21-27.)

Jan 7 – 13 : 9 reports – ytd avg 11.5

Dec 31 – Jan 6 : 14 reports

2012 – Complete

Week 52
Total calls to the PCSO: 602
Year To Date Average calls per week: 11.6
 

Year To Date Call Data Ending 12-30-2012

Dec 24 – 30 : 5 reports : ytd avg 11.6 : Did not receive media alerts for two days.

Dec 17 – 23 : 7 reports : ytd avg 11.7 : Did not receive media alerts for the 18th-21st.

Dec 10 – 16 : 16 reports : ytd avg 11.8

Dec 3 – 9 : 8 reports : ytd avg 11.7


Year To Date Call Data Ending 12-2

Nov 26 – Dec 2 : 26 reports : ytd avg 11.8 : Many thefts/burglaries related to car break ins.

Nov 19 – 25 : 4 reports : ytd avg 11.5 – I don’t trust these numbers, but it’s all we got.

Nov 12- 18 : 10 reports : ytd avg 11.7

Nov 5 – 11 : 14 reports : ytd avg 11.7


Year To Date Call Data Ending 11-4

Oct 29 – Nov 4 : 13 reports : ytd avg 11.7

Oct 22 – 28 : 7 reports : ytd avg 11.6

Oct 15 – 21 : 11 reports : ytd avg 11.7

Oct 8 – 14 : 14 reports : ytd avg 11.8


Year To Date Call Data Ending 10-7

Oct 1 – 7 : 18 reports : ytd avg 11.7

Sep 24 – 30 : 25 reports : ytd avg 11.5

Sep 17 – 23 : 19 reports : ytd avg 11.2

Sep 10 – 16 : 12 reports : ytd avg 11


Year To Date Call Data Ending 9-8

Sep 3 – 9 : 7 reports : ytd avg 10.9 Not many calls, but four were for theft.

Aug 27 – Sep 2 : 17 reports : ytd avg 11.1

Aug 20 – 26 : 7 reports : ytd avg 10.9 There was a drop in the calls, but 5 out of 7 were for theft, burglary or criminal damage – the top 3 crime calls.

Aug 13 – 19 : 13 reports : ytd avg 11


Year To Date Call Data Ending 8-12

New feature in the spreadsheet – averages per four week block has been added on the far right column.

Aug 6 – 12 : 8 reports : ytd avg 10.9

Jul 30 – Aug 5 : 13 reports : ytd avg 11

Jul 23 – 29 : 16 reports : ytd avg 11

Jul 16 – 22 : 13 reports : ytd avg 10.8


Year to Date Call Data Ending 7-15

Jul 9-15 : 14 reports : ytd avg 10.7

Jul 2 – 8 : 14 reports : ytd avg 10.6

Jun 25 – Jul 1 : 13 reports : ytd avg 10.5

Jun 18 – 24 : 10 reports : ytd avg 10.4


Year To Date Call Data Ending 6-17

Jun 11 – 17 : 11 reports : ytd avg 10.4

Jun 4 – 10 : 4 reports : ytd avg 10.3 Nice downward trend!

May 28 – Jun 3 : 10 reports : ytd avg 10.6

May 21 – 27 : 9 reports : ytd avg 10.6


Year To Date Call Data Ending 5-20

May 14 – 20 : 10 reports : ytd avg 10.8

May 7 – 13 : 5 reports : ytd avg 10.8

Apr 30 – May 6 : 11 reports : ytd avg 11.1

Apr 23 – 29 : 9 reports : ytd avg 11.1


Year To Date Call Data Ending 4-22

Apr 16 – 22 : 8 reports : ytd avg 11.2

Apr 9 – 15 : 22 reports : ytd avg 11.5

Apr 2 – 8 : 14 reports : ytd avg 10.7

Mar 26 – Apr 1 : 4 reports : ytd avg 10.5


Year to Date Call Data Ending 3-25

Mar 19 – 25 : 6 reports : ytd avg 11

Mar 12 – 18 : 10 reports : ytd avg 11.5

Mar 5 – 11 : 20 reports : ytd avg 11.6

Feb 27 – Mar 4 : 15 reports : ytd avg 10.7


Year To Date Call Data Ending 2-26

Feb 20 – 26 : 8 reports : ytd avg 10.1

Feb 13 – 19 : 6 reports : ytd avg 10.4

Feb 6 – 12 : 16 reports : ytd avg 11.2

Jan 30 – Feb 5 : 11 reports : ytd avg 10.2


Year To Date Call Data Ending 1-29

Jan 23 – 29 : 13 reports : ytd avg 10

Jan 16 – 22 : 5 reports : ytd avg 9.3

Jan 9 – 15 : 10 reports : ytd avg 11

Jan 2 – 8 : 12 reports : ytd avg 12

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2011 – COMPLETE

Total calls to the PCSO: 631
Year To Date Average calls per week: 12.1
 

End of Year Call Data for 2011

Dec 26 – Jan 1: 12 reports : ytd avg 12.1

Dec 19 – 25 : 17 reports : ytd avg 12.1

Dec 12 – 18 : 11 reports : ytd avg 11.9

Dec 5 – 11 : 13 reports : ytd avg 11.9


Call Data YTD 12_4

Nov 28 – Dec 4 : 8 reports : ytd avg 12.0 – The total calls made now reflects what the Call Data spreadsheet shows. The two figures were not jiving and I trust this as being more accurate.

Nov 21 – 27 : 12 reports : ytd avg 12.8

Nov 14 – 20 : 18 reports : ytd avg 12.9

Nov 7 – 13 : 12 reports : ytd avg 12.8

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Call Data YTD 11_6 

 Oct 31 – Nov 6 : 16 reports : ytd avg 12.8

 Oct 24 – 30 : 9 reports : ytd avg 12.7

Oct 17 – 23 : 16 reports : ytd avg 12.8

 Oct 10 – 16 : 14 reports : ytd avg 12.7


Been working some off hours. That said the crime maps are a little late for this week. But here is something we’ve been working on with R&G, our property management company. Here is a map to the Garage Sale this weekend. 41 homes have signed up and there will be deals galore! Map to the Garage Sale on 10/15.


Call Data YTD 10_9

Oct 3 – 9 : 8 reports : ytd avg 12.7

Sept. 26 – Oct 2 : 10 reports : ytd avg 12.8

 Sept. 19 – 25 : 11 reports : ytd avg 12.9

Sept. 12 – 18 : 7 reports : ytd avg 12.9


Call Data YTD 9-14

Sept.5 – 11 : 13 reports : ytd avg 13.1

 August 29 – Sept. 4 : 11reports : ytd avg 13.1

August 22 – 28 : 10 reports : ytd avg 13.2

August 15 – 21 : 6 reports : ytd avg 13.3

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 Call Data YTD 8_14

August 8-14 : 16 reports : ytd avg 13.5

August 1 – 7 : 10 reports : ytd avg 13.4

July 25 – 31 : 6 reports : ytd avg 13.5

July 18 – 24 : 7 reports : ytd avg 13.8


Call Data YTD 7_17

July 11- 17 : 8 reports : ytd avg 14Google is having problems with saving maps.   If it doesn’t get resolved I’ll have to go back to Bing maps until it does.

July 4 – 10 : 13 reports : ytd avg 14.3

June 27 – July 3 : 19 reports : ytd avg 14.3

June 20 – 26 : 6 reports : ytd avg 14.1 :


Call Data YTD 6_19 

June 13 – 19: 18 reports : ytd avg 14.5

June 6 – 12 : 17 reports : ytd avg 14.3

May 30 – June 5 : 12 reports : ytd avg 14.2

May 23 – 29 : 14 reports : ytd avg 14.3

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Call Data YTD 5_22

May 16 – 22 : 14 reports : ytd avg 14.5

May 9 – 15 : 20 reports : ytd avg 14.5

May 2 – 8 : 21 reports : ytd avg 14.2 – using google maps

Apr 25 – May 1 : 19 reports : ytd avg 13.8

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Apr 18 – 24 : 18 reports : ytd avg 13.4 – #9  is at Foothills High School

Apr 11 – 17 :16 reports : ytd avg 13.1

Apr 4 – 10 : 17 reports : ytd avg 12.9

Mar 28 – Apr 3 : 9 reports : ytd avg 12.6

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Mar 21 – 27 : 11 reports : ytd avg 12.9

Mar 14 – 20 : 15 reports : ytd avg 13.1

Mar 7 – 13 : 14 reports : ytd avg 12.9

Feb 28 – Mar 6: 9 reports : ytd avg 12.8

Feb 21 – 27 10 reports : ytd avg 13.25

Feb 14 – 20 22 reports (ytd avg 13.7) I’ve shaded an area on this map. Three thefts/three burglaries  reported on the 17th. This is also a heavily hit area last week.

Feb 7 – 13 14 reports (ytd avg 12.3) FYI. There were many car break ins on the 8th.

Jan 31 – Feb 6 12 reports (ytd avg 12)

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Jan 24 – 30 9 reports (ytd avg 12)

Jan 17 – 23 18 reports (ytd avg. 13) Big jump. There were some instances where multiple calls were made for the same problem. But there is a lot more activity.

Jan 10 – 16 11 reports (ytd avg. 10.5)

Jan 3 – 9 10 reports ( ytd avg. 10)


 
 
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2010 – COMPLETE
2010 Crime Maps are complete except for one week. The totals and averages below are based on the calls recorded for 51 weeks. Any links for May 20, 2010 and before were on the Windows Live Spaces blog which is down, but the totals from that site were added to the overall totals here.

 

Total calls in 2010 to the PCSO: 638
Average calls per week: 12.5 (51 weeks)

 extra patrols end on the 10th
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