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  • How can I find out information on the city of's police response to 730 and 738 West Jones Avenue on September 2012?
    Check the source link labeled "Phoenix Crime Maps: Mapping of Phoenix street locations." That will take you directly to Phoenix's police incident responses, street by street. You can narrow only to see incidents by type using the advanced search, exclude registered offenders, traffic if needed, and more. There's a date range option that can help narrow down to finding the correct incident.
  • Where can I find access to police reports of false complaints of my damaging a house?
    It is probably just an incident report if they are stating no reports are on file. An incident report says the police were called to the address. If you were named in the incident report, the PD talked to you, and nothing came from it, I would not be too concerned.
  • Where can I find the number of new people moving every year?
    The averages vary from year to year. As the state's economy drops, so does its population. It has gone from 2.1% in July 2008 to 1.1% between 2010 and 2011. From 7/04 to 7/05, the growth was the largest at 3.3%. The percentage change is based on the previous years' numbers, so a high percentage in earlier years based on a lower population can mean fewer overall people are moving into the state as opposed to a smaller percentage of a larger population in the most recent years. If the Census Bureau does not show these facts since it is conducted every decade, online journals publish estimates and access other economic data. Private entities collect population and area statistics for marketing, research, news stories, labor issues, budgets, etc.
  • Where can I find my arrest records, booking, and release dates without waiting for 45 days?
    Check superior court cases.
  • Where can I find how many background checks for firearms the FBI conducted?
    According to the FBI, over one hundred million background checks were performed in the past ten years. Out of these searches, seven hundred thousand applicants were turned down, which is .7 percent. These searches use the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, also known as the NICS, pronounced like nicks, and are called NICS checks. The dealer selling the firearm will require the purchaser to fill out form 4473, where information is collected to run the search.
  • Where are criminal history records to conduct background checks found?
    In Arizona, the state's department of public safety maintains the central repository for criminal records. However, there are restrictions for the public to access this system and only for authorized agencies or individuals according to ARS 41-1750(G) and Public Law 92-544. Individuals can request copies of background checks to review their records. There are other purposes, such as an employer's request for fingerprint clearances and a few others on the Arizona government's site. For national searches, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and special Correspondence Unit provides services to obtain a national check or clearance.
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Phoenix, AZ Crime Records (Updated 05/23/2024)
  • Violent Crime:
    11,803
  • Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:
    131
  • Rape:
    1,139
  • Robbery:
    3,197
  • Aggravated Assault:
    7,336
  • Property Crime:
    55,974
  • Burglary:
    9,471
  • Larceny Theft:
    39,427
  • Motor Vehicle Theft:
    7,076
  • Arson:
    201
Phoenix, AZ Census Data
  • Information About People and Demographics

  • Total population of residents
    1,445,632
  • White resident population recorded
    951,958
  • Black or African American resident population recorded
    93,608
  • American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded
    32,366
  • Asian resident population recorded
    45,597
  • Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded
    2,555
  • Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded
    589,877
  • Resident population of some other race recorded
    267,214
  • Resident population of two or more races recorded
    52,334
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