Clery Act Requests
Requests for crime statistics pursuant to the Clery Act can be fulfilled using our Online Community Crime Map. The Clery Act applies to incidents that occur at specific addresses and adjacent locations. Incidents on the Community Crime Map are masked to protect the identity of any potential victims. Therefore, the mapped location may be offset from the incident location. If erroneous address data are present in the output, you may want to redact those incidents from the report.
If additional information is required, contact the Crime Analysis Unit via email.
Email the Crime Analysis Unit
Other Requests for Crime Statistics
Crime statistics that cannot be sourced via the Online Crime Map can be requested by emailing the Crime Analysis Unit. Be advised that larger and/or more complex requests for statistics may only be available via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. FOIA requests can be submitted online by using the attached link.
Publications and Other Resources
- ACPD publishes a Daily Crime Report, every weekday, except County holidays. The information in each report covers significant criminal incidents, generally from the day before. This report is not a comprehensive list of every police event in Arlington County during the stated time frame.
- Yearly, the Department publishes its Annual Report, which includes an overview of crime statistics, notable cases and highlights from each of our three key initiatives from the year.
- A comprehensive database of criminal incidents reported by law enforcement agencies to Virginia State Police, which can be segmented to show crimes reported in Arlington County and by other variables is available on the Virginia State Police website.