Profile Picture City of Mesa

created Apr 17 2019

updated Apr 21 2021

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Calls for service dispatched to Mesa Police Patrol Officers. Calls are modified for public use, obfuscating the address number through rounding it to the 100 block. Note that these are calls for service and may not necessarily correspond to the data located in the Police Incidents dataset. Crimes reported in this data set have not been adjudicated in a court of law for final determination.
Sensitive crimes are listed but the address of their occurrence will NOT be included. In this way aggregate totals of crimes will be accurate, without providing sensitive information. Addresses where the following crime types occur will NOT be captured: Sexual abuse, Sexual assault, Suicide, Incest, Molestation of a child and Homicide.
Priority One (P1) Call: Life threatening or confrontations which may threaten life or safety of a person.
Priority Two (P2) Call: In progress crime that could result in a threat to injure or possible major property loss or immediate apprehension of a suspect. Accidents with injury or other traffic incidents that create a traffic hazard.
Priority Three (P3) Call: Minor in-progress/just occurred calls, where there is no threat of injury or major property loss.
Priority Four (P4) Call: Nuisance calls, civil standbys, delayed reports where reporting party (RP) is at public location.
Priority Five (P5) Call: Calls where a delay will not result in a crime occurring or the loss of an apprehension or an injured person not receiving aid.

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