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Manchester Police Public Data Dashboard

The links below provide a snapshot of crime in the city as well as what the police department is doing to fight crime. Every week a new Data Dashboard will be added to this page.  

This information is part of the Police Department’s participation in the CompStat360 initiative to better collaborate with public in solving public safety issues.  All data is subject to change pending quality assurance reviews.  

This dashboard is enhanced through the use of our CrimeMapping.com site: 

 

Public Data Dashboards

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Data Dashboard Explained

Reactive Calls

Reactive Calls:  Calls for service that result from a community member requesting police response to a problem.

Reactive Call Type Tree Map: A visual representation of the top 5 reactive calls that officers respond to.  The size of each box is proportional to the volume of calls. 

Common Reactive Call Types

  • Check Condition of Subject:  A member of the public calls the police requesting an officer check on an individual.  The could be for a wide range of reasons from a family member who they cannot contact, to a mental health call, to someone who appears to be in distress.
  • Check Area for Problem:  A member of the public calls the police advising there is some kind of problem that they need an officer to check on. 
  • Unwanted Subject:  A member of the public calls the police requesting an officer remove a someone who is not wanted.  This could be from a business or on someone’s property.
  • Accident:  A motor vehicle accident
  • Alarm Burglary:  An alarm that has activated at a residence or a business and the alarm company’s central station has alerted the police to respond to.
  • Average Total Time on Call (mins):  The average time a reactive call for service takes from the time an officer is dispatched until they clear the call. 
  • Median Total Time on Call (mis):  The median time (in minutes) a call for service takes from the time an officer is dispatched until they clear the call.

Proactive Calls

Proactive Calls:  Call for service that are initiated by an officer.

Proactive Call Type Tree Map:  A visual representation of the top 5 proactive calls that officers respond to.  The size of each box is proportional to the volume of calls. 

Common Proactive Call Types

  • Special Attention:  An officer who is conducting a directed patrol in a certain area.  These are usually generated at the request of the public for the police to focus on a particular area or address. 
  • Hotspot Patrol:  A directed patrol in an area identified as a “hot spot” of crime.  Officers are deployed to these areas as a crime prevention strategy.
  • Business Check:  An officer who is checking on a business.
  • Traffic Stop:  A motor vehicle stop being conducted by an officer.
  • Check Subject:  An officer conducting a proactive check of someone acting suspiciously or someone who needs police service. 
  • Violent Crimes:  UCR Part I Violent Crimes- Homicide, Rape, Robbery, Aggravated Assault.
  • Property Crimes:  UCR Part I Property Crimes – Burglary, Theft, MV Theft, and Arson