Crime and Incident Data
Awareness is a key factor in the overall safety of a community. Residents who are aware of the types of crimes happening in their city are more likely to practice situational awareness, report suspicious activity to police and take proactive steps to avoid victimization.
Police Crime and Incident Map
This interactive map allows users to see the types of incidents police are responding to throughout town. Users can choose a desired time frame and view the general location of incidents to which police have responded. The event types (categories) show on the map can also be narrowed or broadened depending on the user’s interest.
Please note, the map does not plot all calls for service and is not intended to be representative of in-progress incidents. Information updates several times each day, and the classification and status of incidents may change at any time based on the dynamic nature of policework.
Police Incident Datasets
Incidents reported to or by the Naperville Police Department are available as raw datasets on the City of Naperville’s Open Data Portal.
Police incidents are divided into two different datasets.
- Incidents that occurred prior to June 3, 2021 when the department used Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR), “Police Department Incidents 2010 to 06_03_2021,” and
- Incidents that occurred on or after June 3, 2021 when the department transitioned to the FBI mandated National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), “Police Department Incidents 06_03_2021 to Present.”
PLEASE NOTE that the classification and status of incidents may change at any time based on the dynamic nature of policework.