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A graph showing the number of incidents and reports between 2015 and 2020. 2017 was the highest with 750 incidents in the first 6 months.

Use of Force by City of Pittsburgh Police

The City of Pittsburgh Bureau of Police tracks each incident in which an officer uses force with a subject. This report describes trends in use of force incidents and information about the circumstances and subjects involved.

Violence in the City of Pittsburgh: Report Series

This series of reports presents data about homicides, shots fired, shootings and aggravated assaults with a firearm in the City of Pittsburgh. Demographic information about homicide victims and offenders, the […]

Violence Trends in the City of Pittsburgh: Interactive Dashboard

The dashboard below displays data about homicides, non-fatal shootings, aggravated assaults with a gun, and dispatches for shots fired in Pittsburgh. Data is provided by the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police […]

Gun Violence in the City of Pittsburgh: Interactive Dashboard

The dashboard below displays Pittsburgh gun violence data, including non-fatal shootings, aggravated assaults with a gun and dispatches for shots fired as well as the time and location of the […]

Crime in the City of Pittsburgh: Interactive Dashboard

The dashboard below displays crime data collected by the City of Pittsburgh and reported to state and federal agencies under the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program. Data is provided by […]

Aggravated Assault in the City of Pittsburgh

From January 2005 through July 2015: Aggravated assault rates generally declined in the City of Pittsburgh, but at a slower pace than in comparable cities. Aggravated assault was most prevalent […]

Theft in the City of Pittsburgh

From January 2005 through July 2015: Pittsburgh’s theft rate declined and remained among the lowest in the Pittsburgh Today comparison group. Theft was most prevalent in Pittsburgh’s East End and […]

Robbery in the City of Pittsburgh

From January 2005 through July 2015: Robbery rates declined, remaining among the lowest in the Pittsburgh Today comparison group. Robbery was most prevalent in neighborhoods historically beset by violent crime, […]

Rape in the City of Pittsburgh

From January 2005 through 2015: Rape rates fluctuated, but were generally lower by 2015 than they were in 2005. Rape was most prevalent in neighborhoods historically beset by violent crime, […]

Motor Vehicle Theft in the City of Pittsburgh

From January 2005 through July 2015: Pittsburgh’s motor vehicle theft rate declined sharply and remained the lowest among comparable mid-sized cities. Motor vehicle theft was most prevalent in Pittsburgh’s East […]

Drug Violations in the City of Pittsburgh

From January 2005 through July 2015: Drug violation rates decreased in the City of Pittsburgh, accompanied by reductions in adult and juvenile arrests. As drug violations declined, marijuana made up […]

Burglary in the City of Pittsburgh

From January 2005 through July 2015: Burglary rates in Pittsburgh were lower than in most comparable cities. Burglary was most prevalent in Pittsburgh’s East End, North Side and South Side […]

Arson in the City of Pittsburgh

From January 2005 through July 2015: Arson rates increased in the City of Pittsburgh, contrary to trends observed in comparable cities. Arson was most prevalent in the Homewood, North Side […]

Reducing Street Violence in Allegheny County: Research & Recommendations

This report was prepared in response to concerns about high levels of street violence, particularly in certain areas of the county, and to support the joint efforts of the Allegheny […]

Homicide in Allegheny County, 1997 through 2012

This brief and research report provide an analysis of homicides in Allegheny County, including involvement of victims in the human services and criminal justice systems, in order to understand the […]