Crime in New Orleans by District


The Metropolitan Crime Commission has added a new set of data to its Orleans crime trends that it tracks regularly. The commission unveiled new crime statistics at the district level. The commission will update these statistics weekly. The data shows crime in New Orleans broken down by violent crimes and where they occurred. Each district is color coded and trends show the percentage of violent crime represented for that area. According to the new dataset, since the start of the years, the majority of the city‘s homicides, shootings and carjackings have been reported in the Seventh Ward. The Seventh Ward encompasses all of eastern New Orleans. The second highest number of homicides, shootings and carjackings was the Fifth District, which includes the Ninth Ward and Bywater, and part of Mid-City. The highest number of robberies in the city this year have been reported in the 3rd arrondissement, which includes Gentilly, Lakeview, West End and City Park. To see the breakdown of crime by district, click here. To view the commission’s violent crime map, click here.

The Metropolitan Crime Commission has added a new set of data to its Orleans crime trends that it tracks regularly.

The commission unveiled new crime statistics at the district level.

The commission will update these statistics weekly.

The data shows crime in New Orleans broken down by violent crimes and where they occurred.

Each district is color coded and trends show the percentage of violent crime represented for that area.

According to the new dataset, since the start of the years, the majority of the city’s homicides, shootings and carjackings have been reported in the Seventh Ward.

The Seventh Ward encompasses all of eastern New Orleans.

The second highest number of homicides, shootings and carjackings was the Fifth District, which includes the Ninth Ward and Bywater, and part of Mid-City.

The highest number of robberies in the city this year have been reported in the 3rd arrondissement, which includes Gentilly, Lakeview, West End and City Park.

To see the breakdown of crime by district, click here.

To view the commission’s violent crime map, click here.

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