Welcome to The Times’ database of Los Angeles County crime reports. Crime L.A. delivers the power of neighborhood crime analysis to your computer. Using data from the Los Angeles Police Department and Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Crime L.A. creates maps and reports for the hundreds of cities and neighborhoods covered by these agencies.
With daily updates, readers can keep current on local crime and compare crime levels across more than 200 neighborhoods and localities. When violent or property crimes rise sharply in LAPD patrolled neighborhoods, the system delivers a crime alert. Long-term statistics, like the rankings to the left, are available for areas covered by LAPD and the sheriff.
If your neighborhood or city is not yet included, stay tuned. The Times has contacted all law enforcement agencies in the county and will continue to expand Crime L.A. as more agencies begin to provide data.
This is part of the Mapping L.A. project, which launched in 2009 with The Times’ map of 87 neighborhoods in the city of Los Angeles, redrawn with the help of readers who redrew with our initial boundaries. More information can be found in our FAQ.