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Mountain View Police Department
1000 Villa Street
Mountain View, CA 94041
650-903-6344

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8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Mon.-Fri.)

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7 a.m. - 7 p.m. (7 days)




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Crime Statistics

Understanding the Statistics
These statistics are generated from crime data provided by the Mountain View Police Department. The crime statistics on this site correspond to Uniform Crime Report (UCR) statistics. UCR statistics are published by the FBI for governmental jurisdictions all over the country. Part I statistics refer to the FBI's UCR of seven specific crimes; murder, rape, robbery, assault, burglary, larceny and motor theft. Part II crimes are all others. Be aware that sometimes apparent changes in crime rates actually reflect changes in the reporting methods, as specified by the U.S. Department of Justice. Please review the definitions provided to better understand the crimes being tallied. Except for homicide, all crimes listed include actual and attempted crimes.

Five Year Statistics: 2009-2013


Neighborhood Crime Statistics
There are two ways to find out about crime at a particular location in Mountain View. You can check CrimeReports.com for a general assessment of crime in a neighborhood (free), or a printed report ($.25 per page, payable when picked up at the police department).

If you need assistance determining your district, contact:Inquiry, 650/903-6344.
For more information regarding specific crime in your neighborhood, please see CrimeReports.com.

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2004 Annual Report
2005 Annual Report
2006 Annual Report
2007 Annual Report
2008 Annual Report
2009 Annual Report
2010 Annual Report
2011 Annual Report
2012 Annual Report
Definitions

Homicide
Unlawful killing of another human being.

Rape
Sexual intercourse without consent. Sexual crimes against children are reported separately as child abuse.

Robbery
Using force or fear to make someone surrender money or property.

Assault
Physical attack on another person. Includes domestic violence. Includes attacks with hands, feet, firearm, knife, or other objects. Includes minor assaults such as spitting or slapping. Child abuse is reported separately.

Aggravated Assault
An assault that leads to injury. Many assaults don't result in any physical injury.

Burglary
Forcible or unauthorized entry into a building.

Larceny/Theft
Taking property without owner's consent. Includes shoplifting, stealing from co-worker's desk.

Vehicle Theft
Taking a car or other vehicle without owner's consent.

Arson
Willful or malicious burning or attempt to burn, with or without intent to defraud, a dwelling house, public building, motor vehicle or aircraft or personal property of another

Simple Assault
An assault without any sort of weapon, such as slapping or spitting.

Forgery
Attempt to pass a phony document or unauthorized signature.

Fraud
Obtaining property through deception.

Embezzlement
Stealing something you've been given trusted access to.

Possession of Stolen Property
Having property known to be stolen.

Vandalism
Deliberate destruction or damage of someone else's property.

Weapons Offenses
Crimes involving weapons: possession of an illegal weapon (i.e. sawed-off shotgun, switchblade), carrying a concealed weapon, unlawful possession of a weapon by a convicted felon or narcotic addict.

Prostitution/Sex Offenses
Engaging in (or agreeing to) any lewd act for payment. Lewd conduct (sexual touching, in a public place).

Drug Offenses
Transporting, selling, furnishing, possessing controlled substances. Illegal sale of prescription drugs. Being under the influence.

Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
Driving while intoxicated by alcohol, drugs or any combination.

Public Intoxication
Under the influence of alcohol or drugs in a public place, unable to care for self or presenting a hazard or obstacle to others.

Disorderly Conduct
Prowling, peeping, invasion of privacy.

City Ordinance Violations
City ordinances are city regulations. Examples include zoning, housing, fire and building codes.

All Other Offenses
Examples include perjury, liquor license violations, arson, cruelty to animals.

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Contacts
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Inquiry
650/903-6344

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