Offense Categories reflected on Neighborhood Map:
Typical alcohol violations includes driving under the influence, minors
in possession of open containers, alcohol consumption in public and public
Typically this will include assaults where minor to moderate injuries
take place or someone threatens to harm another.
This violation could include physical damage to property like the
breaking of a window or mailbox. It can also include acts of graffiti
with paint, pens or other markings on public and private property.
These would be locations that officers/SNAP responded to for suspected
noise violations. The icon does not represent that a noise violation was
discovered. However, the call may have resulted in the issuance of a
ticket, a disturbance advisement card or a negative violation where no
violation existed at the time the police department arrived.
A burglary is categorized as an instance when a suspect enters into a
building with the intent of committing a felony, such as stealing
property. A burglary is a property crime and should not get confused
with a robbery (a person crime), which is the taking of property
directly from a person with force or fear.
This violation includes the taking of property. The theft may be in the
form of a physical item such as property from a retail store or a potted
plant from a front yard. Theft can also be in the form of crimes such as
internet or credit card fraud.