Neighborhood Crime Statistics

Targeted Crime Mapping
The Wheat Ridge Police Department has launched a new crime mapping service for its citizens. This new web-based service allows citizens, who have Internet access, to view police calls for service in their neighborhood and in the City of Wheat Ridge. Citizens can access the service directly at

How Works
By accessing, citizens can:
  • Register free of charge to receive email alerts of map updates and neighborhood watch reports
  • Set their own default settings so the map reflects all of the data available or only the data they are interested in viewing for a specific address or the entire city
  • View police calls-for-service for a variety of date spans and crime types
  • Public users have the ability to create density maps based on the data in their current view. This helps the public interpret crime hotspots in their area
  • Access colorful crime trend graphs and statistics
  • View RAIDS Online via their smart phone for FREE
This service is being provided at no charge to the city or our citizens.

Targeted Crime Mapping
Data from the crime maps on can be reviewed and used to:
  • Improve community safety
  • Inquire about the police activity in certain neighborhoods
  • Begin discussions as part of a coordinated crime prevention initiative
Citizens are encouraged to continue to partner with the Wheat Ridge Police Department in problem-solving crime concerns in their neighborhoods and in the City of Wheat Ridge.

It is important to note that, due to some confidentiality requirements, not all calls-for-service can be displayed. Also, there may be times when multiple calls into the 911 Center that are represented by a single incident entry into the CAD system and that some calls-for-service do not equate to a criminal incident resulting in a case report or arrest.