Current Pro-ACT Report

2011-2012 Crime Figures

2012-2013 Crime Figures

2013-2014 Crime Figures

2014-2015 Crime Figures

2015-2016 Crime Figures

2012 Offender/Victim Race Report

2013 Offender/Victim Race Report

2014 Offender/Victim Race Report

2015 Offender/Victim Race Report

2016 Offender/Victim Race Report

2017 Offender/Victim Race Report

2012 Violent Crime by Age of Suspect

2013 Violent Crime by Age of Suspect

2014 Violent Crime by Age of Suspect

2015 Violent Crime by Age of Suspect

2016 Violent Crime by Age of Suspect

2017 Violent Crime by Age of Suspect


 

Pro-ACT


"PRO ACT "- Professionalism, Accountability, Coordination and Teamwork.

In support of the mission of The Richland County Sheriff's Department, we have built an inter-departmental communication and operating system that holds all personnel to a high standard and expectation of success; based on these three fundamental principles. This premise is based upon the COMPSTAT philosophy utilized by the Los Angeles and New York Police Departments.

The Pro ACT concept is built upon the analysis of crime statistics and data. It also promotes proactive crime prevention initiatives. Each division, unit and officer is accountable for preempting crime in our communities, through community awareness, education and proactive policing strategies. Each division, unit and officer is accountable for addressing the fear of crime and the crimes that occur though applications of interactive and proactive policing.

The uniform personnel and regional investigators are assigned specific communities and responsibilities. The accountability for the development of community partnerships is shared by the regional command and the community services division. The internal collaboration between the regional command and community services division increases community awareness programs, community education programs, enforcement operations and reduces crime.


Daily Crime Report

Year-to-Date 2017-2018 Crime Figures

Year-to-Date 2018 Offender/Victim Race Report

Year-to-Date 2018 Violent Crime by Age of Suspect

 

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