The following are links to the police department’s publicly available data posted on Baltimore City's Open Data website. This information is brought to you to promote transparency and data sharing between city government and its citizens. Below you will find data 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.
To view documents containing citywide police department incident reports in the City of Baltimore, visit the Baltimore Open Data for Incidents
The "Part 1 Crime" dataset represents the location and characteristics of major (Part 1) crime against persons, such as homicide, shooting, robbery, aggravated assault, etc., within the City of Baltimore.
In May, 2020, the Baltimore Police Department began a significant upgrade to its new Records Management Systems to allow the department to transition from a paper-based system into a fully digital reporting environment. As a result of this massive transformation, we have experienced some complexities in properly and accurately translating the data from the new records system into the traditional Open Data Baltimore system. Based on our review, data on Part 1 Crime Incident Reports provided by Open Data Baltimore have been impacted starting in May, 2021 when the new system went online. BPD and the City are actively working with the vendor on a daily basis in addressing this matter as quickly as possible, so that we can fully restore our public reporting of data that ensures transparency and accountability in BPD operations.
This dataset represents arrest charges, such as assault, larceny, destruction of property, etc., in the City of Baltimore. View the "Arrests" data for additional information on arrests in the city.
Calls for Service
Visit the summary data at Open Baltimore to show 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.
The Open Data API allows software developers to access data hosted in the Open Baltimore data site. To start accessing the datasets programmatically, refer to the Developer's Documentation.