Recent City of Spokane Police AIM Reports | Crime
The City of Spokane Police Department has released information regarding the first 16 weeks of 2011 to determine how close they are to reaching their goals of reducing vehicle theft, vehicle prowling and burglary by 10%. The data is then compared to their 2010 data for January until the end of April. According to a recent update they posted on Facebook, all categories except commercial burglary are lower at this point in the year. They are exceeding the 10% reduction goal in both residential burglary and vehicle theft.
For the week of April 27th to May 4th, the Department announced that there were clusters of activity in Lincoln Heights, Nevada/Lidgerwood and Cannon Hill neighborhoods. Specifically a handful of garage burglaries at north side apartment complexes as well as residential burglaries in West Central and Lidgerwood areas. However, vehicle thefts is down from the previous month's average. There were only 29 vehicle thefts during that week.
During the week of May 11th to the 18th, the Department noticed an increase in commercial burglaries and burglaries to sheds and garages. Some vehicle thefts from parking lots were recovered in Spokane Valley.
Have you noticed any suspicious activity in your area?
More Information: The City of Spokane Police Department releases many of these updates via Facebook Notes.
Police Lingo: AIM stands for Accountability Information Management.