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Baltimore Police Department's Open Data

The following are links to the police department’s publicly available data posted on the city’s Open Baltimore website. This information is brought to you in order to promote transparency and data sharing between city government and its citizens. Below you will find data sheets, maps, and documents related to Baltimore crime and investigations. Once you click on the link, you will be free to manage, filter, or export any of the data by using the colored buttons on top of the page.

The data sheet of all Part I crime incidents within Baltimore is updated on Thursday of each week by BPD ITS. Longitude / Latitude coordinates are included in the data, which is useful for exporting to make your own map or for creating a map within the site itself.

Users - If you wish to perform a compete download of this section's data, you can click on one of the following formats:
CSV JSON PDF RDF RSS XLS XLSXXML

Developers - The open data API provided here allows software developers to access data hosted in the Open Baltimore data site. To start accessing this section’s dataset programmatically, use the API endpoint listed below. Incidents - http://data.baltimorecity.gov/resource/wsfq-mvij.json

For more information and examples on how to use the Open Data API, reference our Developer Documentation.

The data sheet of all BPD arrests made within Baltimore is updated on Thursday of each week by BPD ITS. Longitude / Latitude coordinates are included in the data, which is useful for exporting to make your own map or for creating a map within the site itself.

Users - If you wish to perform a compete download of this section's data, you can click on one of the following formats:
CSV JSON PDF RDF RSS XLS XLSXXML

Developers - The open data API provided here allows software developers to access data hosted in the Open Baltimore data site. To start accessing this section’s dataset programmatically, use the API endpoint listed below. Incidents - http://data.baltimorecity.gov/resource/3i3v-ibrt.json

For more information and examples on how to use the Open Data API, reference our Developer Documentation.

The data set represents the Baltimore Police Department’s calls for service from the CAD data warehouse. Longitude / Latitude coordinates are included in the data, which is useful for exporting to make your own map or for creating a map within the site itself.

Users - If you wish to perform a compete download of this section's data, you can click on one of the following formats:
CSV CSV For Excel JSON PDF RDF RSS XLS XLSXXML

Developers - The open data API provided here allows software developers to access data hosted in the Open Baltimore data site. To start accessing this section’s dataset programmatically, use the API endpoint listed below. Incidents - https://data.baltimorecity.gov/resources/xviu-ezkt.json

For more information and examples on how to use the Open Data API, reference our Developer Documentation.

The PDF document showing the up-to-date Baltimore Police Department executive crime and arrest statistics (citywide and by police district) is updated by the BPD ComStat Unit on Thursday of each week. The document is available for viewing, printing, and downloading.

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