Crime Data Update

We’ve released an update to the crime dataset today. This update is based on reprocessed data from SANDAG and includes some new fields. San Diego Crime Incidents, Revision 3 This update is based on a new extract of the data we got recently from SANDAG. They didn’t tell me what had changed, just that they … Read moreCrime Data Update

Six Years of Crime Data

Today we are releasing the processed version of six years of San Diego County crime data. We received this data last month from SANDAG, and have augmented the source data with city and and neighborhood codes. The data is released as both CSV and ESRI Shape files with one file per year. To download the data, visit … Read moreSix Years of Crime Data

TGIF Chula Vista, It’s Crime Minimum Day

Our resident data slinger sent me an initial analysis of time series data for specific crime hot spots in San Diego, and the results are interesting. Rather than look at the whole of the region at once, we’ve identified specific high intensity areas, and are doing time-series analysis for them independently. The major areas are: North Park, … Read moreTGIF Chula Vista, It’s Crime Minimum Day

Property vs Violent Crime

As part of our upcoming Crime Mapping project, we’ve started producing maps of San Diego area cime incidents, and have made a few interesting discoveries that we’d like to share. While these aren’t ground-breaking insights, the results do confirm intuition and offer some small surprises. A few months ago we received and processed the SpotCrime.com … Read moreProperty vs Violent Crime

Crime And Street Lamps

In preparing to formally launch the San Diego Regional Data Library, we’ve been spending a lot of time talking to nonprofits, community planing groups, city staff and city council members about their data needs. The staff for District 9 mentioned that Council member Marti Emerald is interested in infrastructure issues, particularly how crime is related … Read moreCrime And Street Lamps