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Part One Crime Down in Brentwood

LAPD release Brentwood crime update

By Sam Catanzaro

Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Senior Lead Officer Maria Gray has released new crime statistics for Brentwood, showing a 12 percent reduction in serious crimes overall.

“We are down 12 percent overall in total Part I crimes than at this point last year,” Gray said. “In fact, the entire West LA area is down by 11.6 percent overall. Please continue to stay vigilant and report suspicious activity.”

Part 1 crimes include offensives such as murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft and arson

Brentwood Part One Crime: Year to Date 2019 vs. 2018

Violent Crime Through September 28, 2019

  • Homicide 0 percent change
    • 2019=0
    • 2018=0
  • Rape -57.1 percent change
    • 2019=3
    • 2018=7
  • Robbery -69.2 percent change
    • 2019=4
    • 2018=13
  • Aggravated Assault -4 percent change
    • 2019=24
    • 2018=25
  • Total Violent Crime -31 percent change

Property Crime Through September 28, 2019

  • Burglary -11.9 percent change
    • 2019=104
    • 2018=118
  • Grand Theft Auto -23.1 percent change
    • 2019=30
    • 2018=39
  • Burglary/Theft From Vehicle -14.4 percent change
    • 2019=131
    • 2018=153
  • Theft +.4 percent change
    • 2019=131
    • 2018=130
  • Total Property Crime -10 percent change
  • Total Part One Crime Through September 28, 2019 -12 percent change
    • 2019=427
    • 2018=485
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