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Metropolitan Police Department

Switch to Crime Cards Application Today!

In 2018, the Office of the Chief Technology Officer in collaboration with the Metropolitan Police Department launched a new and improved tool to search, analyze, and visualize crime data in the District of Columbia. After more than one year of tandem use of both DC Crime Cards and the legacy crime data application, the MPD and OCTO will retire Crime Map before the end of 2020. Users are encouraged to familiarize themselves with Crime Cards, using this resource document as reference, if needed.

Search for Crimes

1. Type in an address: 2. Select the target address:
Examples: 441 4th Street NW
400 Block of 4th St NW C St NE and 10th St NE
Enter the Search Distance
This is the distance in feet from your search location. Only valid for addresses and locations that are not areas (i.e. PSA or neighborhood).
500 1000 1500 Other (between 100-1,500 feet)   
Select a Date Range
Select a preset range or enter your own dates. This system currently contains data from 1/1/2008 to 9/19/2020. Typically the system is updated each business day with crimes reported on the previous day. Crimes reported on weekends and holidays are added to the system on the next business day.
Last 30 Days (8/20/2020 to 9/19/2020)
Last 60 Days (7/21/2020 to 9/19/2020)
One Year (9/20/2019 to 9/19/2020)
Year to Date (1/1/2020 to 9/19/2020)
  ex. mm/dd/yyyy
  ex. mm/dd/yyyy