The Austin Police Department provides up-to-date police reports to the public online. These reports include Compstat reports and the Chief's monthly reports.

Datasets

City of Austin Data 

This Austin Open Data Portal provides accessible, transparent information about all aspects of your city, including the Austin Police Department. Click the link above to access the full data portal, or the link below to access specific commonly requested data sets. 

Reports

Select a category to view the latest reports of that type.

Incident Report Database

In most cases, the public portion of police reports can be obtained from the APD Incident Report Database. To purchase a copy of the public portion of a police report, contact the Report Sales Unit at 512-974-5499.

 

Other Datasets

Select department data from the following sources 

National Incident- Based Reporting System (NIBRS) Data 

NIBRS is a database of incidents collected from police departments and other law enforcement agencies around the country maintained by the FBI. Please note that APD data is only available from NIBRS dating to 2019. 

  • Ad-hoc Queries: The Ad-hoc Query tool is a powerful search tool which provides flexible query options for Incident-Based (NIBRS) reported crime. The tool offers a multitude of search criteria which can allow the user to tailor their request to specific criteria. This data can be arranged by Date, Offense, Arrestee Race, Arrestee Gender, Arrestee Age, Resident Status, Type of Arrest, Disposition of Arrestee, Armed With, and involved Agency 
  • Arrest Distribution: The Arrest Distribution reports show the number of the selected arrest(s) distributed by categories that include age, gender, race, etc. Among other useful distributions, these reports also give insights into the demographics of arrests. 
  • Arrest Distribution Breakdown: The Arrest Distribution Breakdown report is similar to the Arrest Distribution report and displays two distribution criterion instead of one. The report can drill down into any one criteria and display the breakdown of a second one. 
  • Arrest Trends: The Arrest Trend Analysis reports show the number of arrests on a monthly basis for the selected time period. This analysis is useful to help forecast the volume of arrest or analyze arrest patterns. 
  • Crime Data: The Crime Data report provides option to generate different crime statistics yearly/half-yearly/quarterly. 
  • Offense Distribution: The Offense Distribution reports show the number of the selected offense(s) distributed by categories that include age, gender, race, etc. Among other useful distributions, these reports also give insights into the demographics of crime. 
  • Offense Distribution Breakdown: The Offense Distribution Breakdown report is similar to the Crime Distribution report and displays two distribution criterion instead of one. The report can drill down into any one criteria and display the breakdown of a second one. 
  • Offense Trends: The Offense Trend Analysis reports show the number of offenses on a monthly basis for the selected time period. This analysis is useful to help forecast the volume of crime or analyze crime patterns. 
  • Offense Trends Comparison: The Group A Offense Trends Comparison report is similar to the Offense Trends report and displays the offense trend for Group A offenses for a recent year compared to the year prior. It demonstrates differences in offense trends between the two years. 
  • YTD Comparison: The Year-to-Date comparison reports show the number of offenses, clearances, stolen and recovered property for the current year-to-date compared with the same period in the previous year in various reports. This allows an agency to determine if there is a marked increase or decrease in crime or if there was an issue in reporting crime. 

 

 

Texas DPS Data 

The Texas Department of Public Safety collects a variety of data from every police department in the state. 

  • Arrest Distribution : The Arrest Distribution reports show the number of the selected arrest(s) distributed by categories that include age, gender, race, etc. Among other useful distributions, these reports also give insights into the demographics of arrests. 
  • Arrestee SummaryThe Arrestee Summary report provides a summarized overview into the arrestee data for selected agencies or all agencies based on alcohol related/drug related or all arrests. 
  • Cargo Theft: The Cargo Theft reports capture summarized information about cargo theft submissions giving total incidents, clearance counts and clearance rate. They also categorize incidents by age, weapon, offense, and victim type. 
  • Hate Crime: These reports capture summarized information about hate crime submissions including total incidents and bias motivations. These are useful for statewide reporting and analysis. 
  • Index Crimes: This report captures a monthly summarized view of the 7 Index crimes identified by the FBI 
  • Liquor Law Arrests: The report provides a summarized view of liquor law related arrests by county. 
  • Offense Trends: The Offense Trend Analysis reports show the number of offenses on a monthly basis for the selected time period. This analysis is useful to help forecast the volume of crime or analyze crime patterns. 
  • Offense Trends Comparison: The Offense Trends Comparison report for Index Crimes is similar to the Offense Trends reports and displays the offense trend for Index Crime offenses for a recent year compared to the year prior. It demonstrates differences in offense trends between the two years. 
  • SRS Summary:The SRS summary report provides an annual view of SRS data summarized for the purpose of publication or analysis. 
  • YTD Comparison: The Year-to-Date comparison reports show the number of offenses, clearances, stolen and recovered property for the current year-to-date compared with the same period in the previous year in various reports. This allows an agency to determine if there is a marked increase or decrease in crime or if there was an issue in reporting crime.