● Violent Car Robbery
● Non-Violent Car Robbery
● Street Robbery
Cuadrantes highlighted in black. Points represent all crimes within 500 meters of your location during the last 12 months.
Crimes counts by month in your cuadrante
Spatially smoothed crimes rates in your cuadrante compared to the rest of Mexico City during the last 12 months
When comparing cuadrantes with the rest of CDMX, the raw crime incidence rate can be statistically unstable due to the small size of the cuadrantes and the relative small number of people at risk. Plus, sometimes homicides and firearm lesions are recorded as having happened inside a hospital, to get a better sense of the crime risk I spatially smoothed the rate of each cuadrante taking into account its nearest neighbors.
The Mexico City Police Department
divided the city into 847 quadrants. Thanks to the
open data iniciative
by the Mexico City government there
is geolocalized data available for all crimes commited in Mexico City.
With this data citizens and the authorities can visualize the most violent parts of the city; businessmen can decide where to locate or expand; drivers can find in which parking lots their cars are least likely to be stolen... With interactive maps the Mexico City government can be brought to account for its incompetence in managing the city's crime problem. It's even possible for the Chief of Police to assess and compare his personnel. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.