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City of Rancho Cordova Rancho Cordova Police Department
 

Rancho Cordova Police Department Crime Statistics 2006

Violent Crime Total
Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter
Forcible rape
Robbery
Aggravated assault
Property Crime Total
Burglary
Larceny-theft over $400 and $400 and under
Motor vehicle theft
Arson
January
68 2 7 26 33 322 90 196 36 0
February
37 0 4 4 29 247 52 107 88 1
March
44 0 3 14 27 357 85 189 83 1
April
23 0 0 8 15 236 54 105 77 1
May
44 0 4 8 32 160 21 79 60 5
June
40 0 1 18 21 187 41 108 38 3
July
61 0 3 24 34 342 89 194 59 4
August
44 0 1 15 28 259 50 147 62 0
September
34 0 4 8 22 215 40 128 47 2
October
27 0 3 7 17 171 25 89 57 7
November
38 0 1 13 24 173 38 89 46 1
December
37 0 4 16 17 207 54 111 42 4
Total
497 2 35 161 299 2876 639 1542 695 29

In 2006, Larceny-theft was not differentiated between "over $400" and "$400 and under."

Through 2008, the Rancho Cordova Police Department (RCPD) reported their UCR crimes via the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department (SSD). SSD combined RCPD statistics with the rest of the unincorporated area and forwarded them to the California Department of Justice (DOJ).

Starting in January of 2009, RCPD began sending in these statistics separately to DOJ.

Violent Crime Total includes Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter, Forcible rape, Robbery, and Aggravated assault. Property Crime Total includes Burglaries, Larceny-theft, and Motor vehicle theft.

What is Uniform Crime Reporting?

Uniform Crime Reporting is a statewide law enforcement program designed to provide a nationwide view of crime based on the submission of statistics by law enforcement agencies throughout the country. Each agency is required to report monthly crime statistics to the California Department of Justice, which will in turn forward the information to the FBI. The FBI then uses this information to publish their annual Uniform Crime Report.
For practical purposes, the reporting of known offenses is limited to the crime classifications listed in the Part I Crimes summary because they are crimes most likely to be reported and crimes that occur with sufficient frequency to provide an adequate basis for comparison.