Chandler Police Department actively participates with the Police Open Data Initiative which promotes the use of open data to encourage joint problem solving, innovation, enhanced understanding, and accountability between communities and the law enforcement agencies. The department provides interactive visualization tools and maps, reference documentation, data download ability, and an Application Programming Interface (API) for advanced users.

Please see Chandler Police Department Open Data for further information.

The following information reflects only crimes that are categorized as Part I Crimes by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report. By the FBI’s definition Part I Crimes include: homicide; rape; robbery; aggravated assault; human trafficking; burglary; theft; motor vehicle theft; arson. The numbers reported here reflect the official Part I Crime numbers reported to the FBI and exclude cases that have been unfounded. You may learn more about the Uniform Crime Report by visiting the FBI’s information page.

2020 Annual Statistics

Crime Prevention Tips

Current Year to Date

There may be a delay of one to three months in reporting. All of the following Part I crime statistics are preliminary, and have not been finalized according to UCR guidelines. Year to date totals are subject to reclassification.

Part One OffensesJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember
Criminal Homicide0 02 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1
Rape (1)11 10 9 8 11 12 9 8 12 14 8 11
Robbery8 7 8 10 10 6 8 5 10 12 9 11
Aggravated Assault21 18 38 29 32 17 14 2728 30
25 28
HT-Commercial Sex Acts (2)0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
HT-Involuntary Servitude (2)0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Burglary57 41 48 33 39 32 48 39 45 43 45 35
Theft435 352 422 269 323 283 292 269 309 345 328 329
Motor Vehicle Theft41 45 38 37 41 39 26 38 41 26 35 30
Arson1 2 3 2 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 2
Totals:574 475 568 389 456 390 398 387 447 472 453 447
1 - Arizona began using the expanded definition for Rape according to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program in 2014.
2 - Arizona began tracking of Human Trafficking Part I crimes according to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program in 2014.

Historical Comparisons

Part One Offenses20072008200920102011201220132014201520162017201820192020
Criminal Homicide106683421145448
Rape (1)515646616264526079124130146134123
Aggravated Assault517498484429446411359294296273370333
HT-Commercial Sex Acts (2)n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a1035020
HT-Involuntary Servitude (2)n/an/an/an/an/an/an/a0000000
Motor Vehicle Theft832802483380334256279228256393372317377437
Index per 1,00035.435.332.632.434.130.226.925.223.826.925.323.322.820.5
1 - Arizona began using the expanded definition for Rape according to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program in 2014.
2 - Arizona began tracking of Human Trafficking Part I crimes according to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Program in 2014.

The Chandler Police Department (CPD) receives hundreds of calls for service daily. To appropriately respond, CPD utilizes a prioritization scale from priority I (most serious) to priority IV (no serious threat).   One of the reasons CPD reports priority I response times, is due to the call being citizen generated and in need of immediate assistance.  This provides an average response time from the time the citizen calls into dispatch to the officer being on scene (known as “hello to hello”); it includes call taking, dispatching, officer travel time and on scene arrival. Priority one calls for service response times, reflected in minutes and seconds, includes calls for service generated by a citizen in the City of Chandler. Priority One is an identifier for calls that fit this criteria: “Crimes that are in progress, that pose an immediate threat to life or property, or if a suspect is still on scene or in the area…”  Below is a breakdown of the response times for priority one calls.  To find the precinct you live in follow this link:


Priority I Response Times by Precinct      

Year to Date

All numbers are current as of the last day of the last month.

Count of CFS by Priority
Count of CFS by How Received

Historical Comparisons

Total Calls for Service by Year

The Chandler Police Department (CPD) is providing an online, interactive crime mapping program that will allow residents and visitors to input an address and view crime activity for their requested area. The LexisNexis Community Crime Map site is free to the public and includes optional email updates and a phone application.

Community Crime Map is the public crime map that connects law enforcement with the community to improve public safety.
You can view and filter crime data in an interactive map and analytics dashboard to become better informed about crime activity in your area. You can also sign up for crime alerts to be sent directly from local law enforcement. Finally, you may
submit anonymous tips for crime activity directly to law enforcement.  NOTE: this tip line is not monitored 24 hours/7 days a week and should be used for NON EMERGENCIES only.  *** In an emergency dial 911 ***

CPD believes the map is a useful tool that can help raise awareness and encourage viewers to work cooperatively with law enforcement. However, there are some limitations to be aware of before viewing the map:

  • In order to protect victims of certain crimes and the security of pending investigations, LexisNexis has not been given access to all crime data. Therefore, the data used on Community Crime Map may be incomplete and should only be used as an informational tool.
  • The base maps used by LexisNexis (makers of Community Crime Map) can be dated or contain errors. Some addresses, especially new neighborhoods, may not be available. The City of Chandler has no control over the Community Crime Map website and their mapping tools.
  • Although the Chandler Police Department (CPD) provides raw data to Community Crime Map, CPD does not control how it is interpreted in the analytical section of the website. The charts and graphs depicted on the site are created and maintained by LexisNexis.

Please contact the Crime Analysis & Research Unit with any questions.  480-782-4082.

You may view Help Tutorial or visit the Community Crime Map.

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