Minneapolis Statistics and Reports
NOTE: Due to system upgrades, data for the Crime, Arrest and Use of Force dashboards is current through June 5, 2018. It is anticipated that current data from both the old and new MPD Records System will be available through the dashboards before the end of the summer. The goal is to have the information available sooner. More information will be provided as it becomes available.
Crime Mapping and Data Dashboards
Shots Fired Map
Use an interactive map to see the location of gun violence and where the sound of gun fire has been reported or detected by the ShotSpotter system. Historical data maps that were plotted on a city-wide map on a weekly basis are also available on this page.
Using an interactive map see locations where crimes are reported. Historical Weekly Precinct Maps (2009-January 2014) for violent crimes for various other crimes including property crimes and drug offenses are also available on the Crime Maps page.
Neighborhood Crime Statistics
Monthly crime statistics are available in PDF and Excel spreadsheet format for the 87 neighborhoods of Minneapolis. These statistics use the same crime categories as the Uniform Crime Report Part I offenses, but are counted differently.
Uniform Crime Reports
Since 1930, the FBI has collected and published statistics on crime. These are the official reports that Minneapolis delivers to the FBI. They include statistics for each Police Precinct as well as the entire City.
- Find your Police Precinct
- Learn more about Police Precincts
- View Minneapolis neighborhood maps and resources
- MPD Crime Data, Initial Assessment: March 11, 2015 (pdf)
- Report: OJP Diagnostic Analysis of Minneapolis Police Department, January 2015 (pdf)
Last updated Jun 12, 2018