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Crime Map and Statistical Reports

Crime Maps and Statistical Reports

The Highland Park Police Department is dedicated to providing residents with  information regarding criminal activity. As part of this effort, the police department organizes a  map that indicates the location of criminal activity during a three-month (quarterly) period. Criminal activity included in the maps includes the following offenses:

Homicide
Robbery
Battery*
Burglary – Residential or Commercial
Burglary to Automobile
Theft**
Arson
Motor Vehicle Theft

 *Battery includes only Aggravated Assault/Aggravated Battery – “an unlawful attack or attempted attack by one person upon another for the purpose of inflicting severe or aggravated bodily injury” (Federal Uniform Crime Report). Simple assault/battery, as well as domestic incidents, are not included on these Crime Maps.

**Theft includes the following categories: Theft Under $500, Theft Over $500, Retail Theft, and Local (As defined by Highland Park Ordinance) Theft.

Additionally, the Police Department provides residents with information regarding police activity and crime trends through Quarterly Statistical Reports.  

*Note - Due to the need for data entry and statistical analysis, the Statistical Reports will be posted to the website one month after the close of the quarter.


Field Interview and Gang Contact Cards

The City of Highland Park and the members of the Highland Park Police Department are committed to providing the best in public safety services to residents, businesses, and visitors. As part of ongoing internal reviews related to the promotion of current and historical equitable policing practices and in response to interest from community members, the City of Highland Park has made available a five-year overview of information collected from its Field Interview (FI) and Gang Contact Cards. Click here to download the report.