The Cambridge Police Department and BAIR Analytics Inc. recently partnered to provide a new way for the public to stay informed about crime in Cambridge. The Cambridge Police Department now has an online crime map called RAIDS Online (www.raidsonline.com) that maps and analyzes crime data, alerts Cambridge citizens about crimes in their area, and allows the Cambridge Police Department to quickly alert the public about crimes as they occur.
The software defaults to show only Part 1 crimes (considered by the FBI to be the most serious, these include violent crimes and property crimes). To see all crime types, or to select specific crime types to view, click on "Events" under the menu on the left and select your preferences.
The software also defaults to show Part 1 crimes Cambridge Police took reports for in the last two weeks. To change the time period for which reports are shown, click on "Date Range" under the menu on the left and select your preferences.
Below is a map showing incidents Cambridge Police responded to and took police reports for in the last two weeks:
To leave the police department's website and access the full map in a new browser, click here.
Anyone seeking additional information about incidents on the map should contact the Cambridge Police Department Public Information Office by phone at 617-349-3237 or by email.
The RAIDS Online Mobile app is available FREE on the iOS App Store. Search "RAIDS" to find and download.
* Information on this map is preliminary. Incidents may be added, removed, or modified based on further scrutiny by the Cambridge Police Department Crime Analysis Unit. Access to more detailed statistics and information on crime in Cambridge can be found in our monthly BridgeStat Crime Reports, released on the first Friday of each month at www.CambridgePolice.org/BridgeStat.
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