Trends and Statistics

CrimeReports.com

CrimeReports.com is a user-friendly and interactive site that makes police calls for service available online.  

  • Information is updated daily. 
  • Data is based on all calls for service and not just calls in which a written report was generated.
  • Not all calls turn out to be a crime or what was originally reported (i.e., shots fired may only be fireworks).
  • CrimeReports.com is a web-based company and is not part of the City of Gresham or the Gresham Police Department. 
  • Adobe Flash Player required.

Property Crime Trends

The following neighborhood property crime pin maps show all activity reports of burglaries, car prowls and vehicle thefts or unauthorized use of vehicles (UUV) in the Gresham area. Maps will be generated bi-monthly. 

Calls for Service Reports

The following reports present Gresham Police workload information. This is accomplished by capturing calls for police service data from the 911 dispatch (Bureau of Emergency Communication-BOEC) center, and comparing and analyzing workload on a monthly and annual basis.

Crime Prevention Tips/Trends for February:

From the Federal Trade Commission:
It’s inevitable as tax time rolls around. The latest ID theft scam is an email that’s nothing but a lie: The subject line says “Get Protected,” and the email talks about new features from the Social Security Administration (SSA) that can help taxpayers monitor their credit reports, and know about unauthorized use of their Social Security number. It even cites the IRS and the official-sounding “S.A.F.E Act 2015.” No such thing.

If you click on the included link, a scammer can install viruses and spyware on your computer. Or, the link might send you to a spoof site — a lookalike website set up by a scammer to trick you into entering your personal information.
Deleting questionable emails is the best protection of all.

 

 

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