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Pomona Police Department, 490 W. Mission Blvd.

, Pomona, CA 91766

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From the Office of the Chief of Police

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Page 1 of 2 CRIME/INCIDENT Pomona Police Department Releases 2013 Crime Statistics LOCATION: City of Pomona DATE & TIME: 2013 INVOLVED PERSONS or VICTIM: (Include Vehicle if Applicable) DR#

SUSPECT: (Omit if Juvenile)


PREPARED BY: Chief David S. Keetle APPROVED BY: Chief David S. Keetle DATE: 1-9-14 SUMMARY: The FBI gathers crime statistics from law enforcement agencies each year as part of their Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. The UCR Program collects data on select violent and property crimes. The purpose of the program is to generate a reliable set of crime statistics for use by law enforcement. The Pomona Police Department is a participating UCR agency and believes it is important to share the crime data with our residents. During 2013, City of Pomona has experienced a decrease in all reported crimes, except homicide. The crime categories and the reported crime data for 2012 and 2013 are listed below.

__Watch Commander __Detective Bureau __Dispatch Services PPD 184 (Revised 11/21/13)

__Chief of Police __Captain-Operations __PSA-Admin Services

__Asst. Chief of Police __Blue Log __Desk

__Captain-Investigations __Personnel/Dev Training __Community Programs PPD 184A

Crimes Violent Crimes Aggravated Assault Robbery Rape Homicide Violent Crimes Total Property Crimes Burglary Auto Theft Larceny Property Crimes Total Overall Crime Total



% Change

554 375 62 17 1008

454 292 31 29 806

Down 18.1% Down 22.1% Down 50.0% Up 70.6% Down 20.0%

893 1109 3004 5006 6014

835 956 2556 4347 5153

Down 6.5% Down 13.8% Down 14.9% Down 13.1% Down 14.3%

The Pomona Police Department remains vigilant and will continue to utilize all available resources to suppress violence and make the community safer. Throughout the year, the Police Department has used a multifaceted approach to address crime, which has included high-visibility patrols, gang sweeps, undercover operations, intelligence gathering, and collaboration with our Law Enforcement partners. These combined efforts resulted in a significant number of arrests and firearms recovered and most likely had an effect on the 14% overall reduction of crime experienced.