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Crime Statistics

The statistical information provided on this page is produced for informational purposes only; it is limited by the information available and/or collected at the time the statistics were generated. This information is not a replacement for official Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) or National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) statistics as reported to the Department of Justice, which are based on national reporting specifications and not reflected in the information provided herein. The information reported here does not reflect any positive or negative adjustments made to UCR type crimes as a result of reclassifying incidents that occurred during previous time frames. The margin of discrepancy is generally less than 1% and is not related to any incidents that occurred during this time frame.



This statistical data provided below depicts mental health and firearm related calls for service.  We release this data in one document as we have found that these types of calls are among many of the call types that are important to our community.  This data will be updated monthly and PDF copies of the monthly report will be available for download here as well. For additional information on how this data was identified, descriptions of our call types, and an outline for how we prioritize calls for service, please click the link below the graphic to download the PDF report.  



Sacramento Police Department Mental Health and Firearms crime statistics June 2023

Sacramento Police Department Average Patrol Officers June 2023

Review the Monthly Chief's Report for June 2023 (PDF 300 KB) for definitions and additional information regarding these statistics.


The statistics provided below include victims of shooting related homicides in addition to victims that were shot and survived. These statistics are limited by the information available and/or collected at the time the statistics were generated and may not be an accurate replacement for official UCR or NIBRS statistics as reported to the Department of Justice. 

Sacramento Police Department Shooting Victims Demographics June 23 

Sacramento Police Department Firearm Related Crime Statistics Report June 23 

Review the Monthly Firearm Crime Report For June 2023 (PDF 252 KB) for additional information regarding these statistics. 

Sacramento Police Department Shooting Victims by District June 23  

For statistics on shooting victim demographics (from January 1, 2023 through May 31, 2023) by SPD Patrol District, please see our Shooting Victims by District Report (PDF 504 KB).

National Incident-Based Reporting System

The Sacramento Police Department (SPD) reports crime using the FBI’s National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS). As the new national data collection standard, NIBRS captures details on victims, known offenders, relationships between victims and offenders, arrestees, property, and drugs involved in crimes for up to 10 offenses within an incident, representing a substantial shift in the way SPD reports crime.

SPD changed how information on victimization and offending is collected and reported in order to meet federal data standards, improve operations, and better inform the public about the nature of crime in the City of Sacramento . NIBRS data provides the detailed, accurate, and meaningful information needed about crime.

SPD provides crime statistics through the City of Sacramento Open Data Portal and our Community Crime Map in order to keep the public informed about crime in our neighborhoods and city. 

For additional statistics and information on NIBRS reporting criteria at the State and Federal level, please visit the links provided below: