Crime Analysis, & Statistics:
Crime analysis involves the systematic process of identifying and analyzing patterns and trends in crime. The information collected on trends and patterns can help law enforcement agencies deploy resources in a more effective manner, and assist detectives in identifying and apprehending suspects. Another goal of crime analysis is to create solutions to crime problems and develop crime prevention strategies. Crime analysts study crime reports, arrest reports, information from other agencies and police calls for service to identify emerging patterns, series, and trends in a timely manner.
The Everett Police Department currently employs one full-time analyst and one part-time analyst. Additionally, the department participates in Northeastern University Co-op program by offering an internship in the Crime Analysis Unit (CAU) to one student each semester. Our CAU issues bulletins, reports, and alerts to the Everett Police Department and other agencies statewide. In addition, our analysts: prepare statistics, complete data queries, create maps on request, prepare information for community meetings, answer questions from the public and the press, and participate in regional information sharing meetings.
Contact Information: (617) 394-2366 or Email
Crime Statistics Downloads:
Please visit the RAIDS Online is an interactive, digital crime map which displays crime data from participating agencies on a Google base map online or on Android or iOS devices. Law enforcement agencies in 46 states and in Canada currently use the software and hundreds of thousands of users visit the site annually.