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Antioch Police 2020 Crime Data Provided

by ECT

Although the Antioch City Council has not placed the Police Department on an agenda to present its 2020 crime data, information has been provided showing what police dealt with in 2020 including Part 1 Crime, response times and use of force complaints.

The Brentwood Police Department presented its crime data in March while Pittsburg Police provides its data on its website.  

Antioch Part 1 Crime

Violent Crime – 593

  • 1% – homicide
  • 7 % – Rape
  • 24% – Robbery
  • 68% – aggravated assault

Property Crimes – 2,719

  • 1% – arson
  • 17% – burglary
  • 21% – Auto Theft
  • 61% – Theft

CHART

2019

2020

#change

% change

Homicide

12

9

-3

-25%

Rape

55

40

-15

-27.3%

Robbery

238

142

-96

-40%

Aggravated Assault

343

400

57

16.6%

Total violent crime

648

591

-57

-8.8

Burglary

511

464

-47

-9.2%

Theft

2078

1682

-396

-19.1%

Auto Theft

610

573

-37

-6.1%

Total Property crime

3199

2719

-480

-15%

Total Part 1 Crime38473310-537-14%

44.7% reduction in violent crime Since 2012

  • Homicide – 10% reduction 9 vs. 10
  • Robbery – 61.8% reduction 400 vs 657
  • Assault – 39.1% reduction 142 vs 372
  • Rape – 37.9% increase but remember, definition changed

42.8% reduction in Property Crime since 2012

  • Burglary – 73.3% reduction 464 vs 1,741
  • Motor Vehicle Theft – 47.7% reduction – 573 vs. 1096
  • Larceny/Theft – 12.4% reduction – 1,682 vs. 1920
  • Arson – 7.8% reduction – 47 vs. 51

Response Times

According to data, the 2020 response time for Priority 1 calls is at 7:36 minutes compared to 11:04 minutes in 2012 or a 31.3% faster response—last year, police had 6,544 emergency priority 1 calls. Priority 2 calls have dropped from 32:45 minutes to 22:22 minutes.

Juvenile Arrests

Since Measure W was passed in 2012, Antioch police arrested 932 juveniles that year. In 2020, that number dropped to just 213 juvenile arrests. That is lower than 2019 which had 310 juvenile arrests which the number has dropped every year.

Adult Arrests

Between 2012-2020, police have arrested between 3,137 to 4,320 adults each year. In 2020, police made 3,174 arrests. The most arrests came in 2015 at 4,320 adult arrests.

  • Asian – 25
  • Black – 1,640
  • Filipino – 15
  • Hispanic – 710
  • Other – 89
  • Pacific Islander – 13
  • White – 895

Arrests occurred after a citizen call 57% of the time whereas 42% were officer initiated and 1% labeled as “other”.  Of the arrests, 1,468 were felony while 1,919 were misdemeanors.

 

Use of Force

Out of 92,550 calls for service, force was used to effect arrest in 89 incidents – or 0.096% of calls. Total arrests were 3,387 with just 89 incidents using force.  Police said actions completing use of force include assault on officer combative subject, resisting arrest or non-compliance.

 

Complaints

Antioch Police received a total of 24 total complaints with 39 allegations and 47 involved employees with 72 allocations.

  • Standards of Conduct – 16
  • Search & Seizure – 4
  • Report Preparation/Investigation – 6
  • Records Maintenance & Release – 1
  • Not Specified – 0
  • Bias Based Profiling – 3
  • Use of force – 9
  • Property & Evidence – 0

In 2019, they had 27 total complaints along with 1 complaint for Bias Based Profiling along with 6 use of force complaints. In 2018, they had 33 total complaints with 0 Biased Based Profiling and 4 use of force.

 

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1 comment

Tony Oct 6, 2021 - 8:33 am

Great job APD! Trending in the right direction. Now if we can just keep the certain morons on the council from unraveling your progress and going back the wrong way, that would be great.

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