Crime Mapping

Roseville Crime Mapping

Visit Roseville's Crime Mapping webpage to view types of reported crimes in a specific neighborhood and the date and time of day the crime occurred.

Visualizing & Analyzing Crime Patterns

“Crime mapping helps our staff visualize and analyze crime patterns. Supervisors can dedicate resources to specific areas through directed patrols and increases in crime prevention efforts,” said Police Chief Rick Mathwig. “It enhances our understanding of why certain crimes take place in certain areas. Officers can view maps while patrolling so they can track developing trends and patrol accordingly,” said Mathwig.

Providing Reliable, Timely Information

Providing reliable, timely information to our citizens is one the police department's top priorities. This tool increases awareness and assists citizens in taking an active role in protecting themselves and improving safety in their neighborhoods and businesses. A goal of the department is to increase communications among neighbors, and with the police department- kind of a virtual block club.

Community Crime Map

Community Crime Map is provided to the Roseville Police Department at no additional cost to the city, through a partnership between LETG and LexisNexis.

Community Crime Map compiles crime data and other information from law enforcement agencies to make it easier for the public to stay informed about crime in order to guide decisions about how to stay safe. 

**Please keep in mind this information should be used as a resource tool only as technological difficulties including errors in mapping technology may occur. The crime data is dynamic and will change throughout the year based on any updates that happen between taking a report and investigative follow-up.

Accessing the Map

The public can access the crime map 24 hours a day through the website or through the free Community Crime Map iPhone app, available for download from the Apple iTunes store. Residents can sign up for free customizable email alerts, so they can be alerted about crime in their neighborhood.

Law Enforcement Technology Group

Law Enforcement Technology Group develops and integrates public safety software solutions that are used daily by over 100 Law Enforcement, Fire and EMS agencies to streamline operations and improve service.

For questions regarding Roseville Crime Mapping, please email Corey Yunke