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

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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 April:

Some expensive tools have been stolen this year from vans throughout Gresham. The targets have primarily been white vans, but some have been marked with company logos that indicate equipment is inside. Suspects usually pry or drill open rear doors to get into the vans and quickly steal items. The crimes typically happen between 3:00 and 5:00 a.m.
Also continuing: vehicle break-ins in parking lots of local gyms. Residents are urged to take valuables (ie: backpacks, wallets, purses) with them when they go into a facility to work out, regardless of time of day.