Crime statistics are based on preliminary data available and are subject to change or revision if new information becomes available.
Interactive Crime Map
Detailed Map of Redmond Police Districts
Annual Redmond Statistics, 1985 - 2011
Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
U.S. Department of Justice
(NOTE: When viewing crime statistics from different sources, you may find the numbers are not consistent. Usually this is due to the definitions used by different agencies when numbers are reported. For example, if a search is done in a records system for all thefts reported to 9-1-1 dispatch, that number will be different than the number of theft reports taken by police. This is because after preliminary investigation, police may consider it a robbery rather than a theft. Or, police may be able to locate the property and determine no theft actually occurred.)
Auto Theft Tactical Analysis Center for King County
In 2004, the Redmond Police Department was determined to quell the rising epidemic and formalized its goal of focusing on vehicle prowl and theft reduction. The Auto Theft Tactical Analysis Center of King County (ATTACK) was designed to reduce theft in the area by providing tactical crime analysis, investigative support, and timely information on prolific auto thieves to agencies affected. Today, information is shared with over 325 individuals representing over 60 agencies across four counties.
Financial Fraud & Identity Theft Task Force
The success of ATTACK led to the beginning of a similar concept geared towards fraud and identity theft. In 2010, the Greater Puget Sound Financial Fraud and Identity Theft Task Force approved funding for Redmond PD to designate a part-time crime analyst to coordinate regional activities related to fraud & ID theft. Still in its early stages, the Task Force Analyst provides analytical and investigative support to local and federal agencies and facilitates information sharing to reduce this growing problem.