Calls dispatched by Mesa Regional Dispatch Center (MRDC) as measured by time MRDC receives call from Police Dispatch to station notification. Data includes only events dispatched within the City of Mesa.
Confirmed cases of opioid overdose, locations are not actual but instead rounded to approximately 1/3 mile increments. Opioid overdose confirmed by 1) patient or witness verification, 2) Opioid found on scene or 3) positive response to Narcan treatment. For more information on opioid drugs see https://www.drugabuse.gov/drugs-abuse/opioids
Misdemeanor jail inmate housing (incidents by location, month, fiscal year). This data shows historical inmate housing information beginning from fiscal year 2011/2012, and will include that information relating to those individuals housed at CoreCivic beginning July 2017. No individually identifiable information is included in this data extract. This data will be posted one month behind when the period closes due to the data collection process.
Data represents the ethnicity, gender, EEOC classification and Sworn status for current City of Mesa Employees. Although ethnicity classification is generally self-reported by the employee, in cases where an employee does not wish to self-report, an HR representative is required to enter an ethnicity code based upon observation. Ethnicity codes are defined according to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) categories: Hispanic White (not of Hispanic origin) Black (not of Hispanic origin) Asian or Pacific Islander, American Indian or Alaskan Native.
Emergency (E) Calls: Life threatening or confrontations which may threaten life or safety of a person.
Priority One 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 Two Calls: Minor in-progress/just occurred calls, where there is no threat of injury or major property loss.
Priority Three Calls: Nuisance calls, civil standbys, delayed reports where reporting party (RP) is at public location.
Priority Four Calls: Calls where a delay will not result in a crime occurring or the loss of an apprehension or an injured person not receiving aid.
Priority Five Calls: Calls with no time requirement for dispatch. Calls where a delay will not result in a crime occurring or the loss of an apprehension or an injured person not receiving aid where the priority is approved by a supervisor.
Priority Six Calls: On-view calls. An officer on view or officer initiated case.
The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program collects statistics on the number of offenses known to City of Mesa Police Department.
Part I offenses are reported monthly and are chosen by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) because they are serious crimes, occur with regularity in all areas of the country, and are likely to be reported to police. Part I property offenses are defined as: Burglary (breaking or entering), Larceny-theft (except motor vehicle theft), Motor vehicle theft and Arson.