(WNY News Now) – The Jamestown Police Department has published its weekly crime statistics report, shedding light on the top ten calls for service and overall incident trends in the New York community.
Jamestown – The Jamestown Police Department’s latest crime statistics report, covering the week of September 24 to September 30, 2023, offers insight into the state of public safety in the area.
The top ten calls for service during this period were primarily related to well-being checks and domestic disputes, with 47 and 36 incidents, respectively. Other notable incidents included disorderly persons (27), suspicious situations (25), larceny (25), suspicious persons (23), and unwanted persons (21).
In total, there were 121 incidents reported during the week, marking a 3.8% decrease from the previous seven days. Criminal mischief (19 incidents), harassment (13), motor vehicle accidents (79), vehicle stops (62), and drug-related cases (10) were among the reported incidents.
Additionally, there were 9 individuals booked on charges during this period.
Comparing year-to-date (YTD) figures, 2023 showed a slight increase in offenses and arrests compared to the same period in 2022. However, it’s important to note that these statistics may vary over time.