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Elysian Valley

Latest complete week July 21–July 27

1 violent
1 property
2.6 crimes
per 10,000 people
  • In the seven days between July 21 and July 27, both violent and property crime reports were about average.
  • Over the last three months, Elysian Valley averaged 0.2 violent crimes and 1.2 property crimes per week.
  • The neighborhood has gone five consecutive days without a violent crime report.
  • This week's rate of 2.6 crimes per 10,000 people is higher than in nearby Lincoln Heights, Glassell Park, Echo Park and Atwater Village and lower than Elysian Park, Silver Lake and Cypress Park.
  • A 2008 population estimate of 7,781 from the L.A. Department of City Planning is used to calculate per-capita totals.
Location Crime Date and time
2400 block of Dallas Street (Deleted) Burglary July 27, 10:15 p.m.
1200 block of Crystal Street Burglary July 22, 1 p.m.
1700 block of Blake Avenue Aggravated assault July 22, 12:25 p.m.

Six-month summary

7 violent
49 property
72.0 crimes
per 10,000 people

Neighborhood Rank Crimes Per 10,000 people

Violent crimes: 112/209
Elysian Valley
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Property crimes: 110/209
Elysian Valley
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Crime types

Violent crimes (7)
Property crimes (49)

Monthly totals Adjusted to 30 days

  • All crimes Violent crimes Property crimes
— 500 — 0

Weekly totals

  • All crimes Violent crimes Property crimes

Police agency

  • Elysian Valley is covered by one police jurisdiction.
Jurisdiction Department Address Phone
Northeast L.A.P.D. 3353 San Fernando Rd. 213-485-2563

Elysian Valley

is a neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles in the Central L.A. region of Los Angeles County.
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Elysian Valley is one of the 272 neighborhoods in Mapping L.A., The Times’ resource for crime, neighborhoods, demographics and schools.
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