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CRIME

INFORMATION

CRIME INFOCRIME PREVENTIONLONGTERM DEPARTMENT STATSSEX OFFENDERS2015 DEPARTMENT STATS2016 DEPARTMENT STATS2017 DEPARTMENT STATS2018 DEPARTMENT STATS2019 DEPARTMENT STATS2020 DEPARTMENT STATS2021 DEPARTMENT STATS2022 DEPARTMENT STATS2023 DEPARTMENT STATS

CRIME INFO


CRIME REPORTS

We are pleased to provide an option to search preliminary crime information. The tool offers a search functionality, as well as unique features, insuring you receive the latest information.You will be leaving the Cheektowaga Police Department website for the following site. CrimeReports

  • View crimes near an address, as well as within a specific boundary
  • Select from a template of crime types
  • Enhance our community-oriented policing efforts by keeping ourcitizens and business owners well informed
  • View Registered Sex Offenders
  • See neighboring participating cities data
  • Includes iPhone application.

The tool has an alerts system that will allow residents and business owners to receive email alerts regarding recent incident activity in their desired area. The e-mail alerts contain a report outlining what type of incidents occurred, as well as when and where they occurred. The e-mail alert will also contain a link directly to the on-line mapping application that depicts the results of the requested query.

Online Accident Reports

The Cheektowaga Police Department has launched its new online system for the public to obtain motor vehicle accident reports and accident photographs. Accident reports on-line are generally available within 5 business days of the accident date.

Note: Accident photos are not taken at the scene of every accident.

For a $5.00 fee you can obtain a copy of the accident report.

Photographs are available for $4.00 a photo.

You can go direct to the site HERE

Visit our FAQ page for more information.

Additional Crime Information

The Cheektowaga Police are utilizing a web service to post crime statistics on the internet.This data is LIMITED and does not represent all crimes or reports in the area.Visit the SpotCrime Website for your neighborhood crime information.

Department Crime Stats:

NYS UCR Reports

2013 UCR Data

2014 UCR Data

2015 UCR Data

2016 UCR Data

2017 UCR Data

2018 UCR Data

ATMs

Be Prepared

Child Safety

Disability

Domestic Violence

  • Keeping your Family Safe
  • How the Police Can Help
  • Stalking
  • Teen Dating Violence

Home/Apartment

Identity Theft

Personal Safety

Public Transportation

Scams/Fraud

  • Chinese Phone Scams
  • Green Dot Cards
  • Mailbox Fishing
  • Mailbox Fishing – Tax Returns
  • Prepaid Gift/Debt Cards
  • Rental Listing Scam

Seniors

  • Keeping Seniors Safe

Vehicles/Driving

Weather-Related/Seasons

LONGTERM DEPARTMENT STATS












2015 DEPARTMENT STATS


Year to date, CPD has had numerous “saves” from Naloxone administration. Other stats below indicate various metrics of Department activity.

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

The Department Employment stats seen are required reporting to NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services. All NYS Agencies submit these statistics to NYS on an annual basis. The Cheektowaga Police Department runs an aggressive hiring campaign which includes reminding the general public regarding Civil Service Testing dates. As a Civil Service based agency, all Full Time hiring of Sworn Personnel requires that we follow the hiring provisions as set forth by Civil Service. For more information, please see our Employment Opportunities page.

2016 DEPARTMENT STATS


Other stats below indicate various metrics of Department activity.

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

The Department Employment stats seen are required reporting to NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services. All NYS Agencies submit these statistics to NYS on an annual basis. The Cheektowaga Police Department runs an aggressive hiring campaign which includes reminding the general public regarding Civil Service Testing dates. As a Civil Service based agency, all Full Time hiring of Sworn Personnel requires that we follow the hiring provisions as set forth by Civil Service. For more information, please see our Employment Opportunities page.

2017 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 16 (6/3/7) 803 529 342
February 11 (3/1/7) 919 185 338
March 13 (7/6/0) 883 137 374
April 13 (5/6/2) 934 68 292
May 9 (2/3/4) 816 100 310
June 10 (6/3/1) 988 92 360
July 9 (/0/5/4) 1003 108 355
August 6 (2/2/2) 810 92 299
September 7 (2/2/3) 700 119 305
October 9 (2/3/4) 628 158 303
November 7 (2/1/4) 806 201 303
December 1 (0/1/0) 620 468 305

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2018 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 4 (2,2,0) 652 797 294
February 6 (1,3,2) 776 564 257
March 8 (1,5,2) 982 168 331
April 4 (2,2,0) 803 193 273
May 11 (7,1,3) 1030 178 305
June 5 (0,5,0) 1038 118 295
July 3 (2,1,0) 1445 157 345
August 5 (3,1,1) 1449 107 340
September 5 (2,0,3) 909 127 316
October 8 (3,2,3) 911 191 298
November 2 (0,2,0) 928 257 303
December 0 (0,0,0) 828 414 323

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2019 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 3 (1,1,1) 736 1012 293
February 2 (1,0,1) 1032 797 297
March 4 (2,1,1) 1247 292 371
April 3 (1,1,1) 960 146 350
May 9 (1,3,5) 959 119 325
June 3 (1,0,2) 1035 103 296
July 8 (2,5,1) 1216 60 293
August 6 (3,1,2) 1198 114 349
September 4 (0,3,1) 959 91 296
October 9 (4,5,0) 813 101 292
November 2 (1,0,1) 869 151 274
December 3 (0,2,1) 530 237 282

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS or Bystander and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2020 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 3 (3,0,0) 819 415 300
February 2 (2,0,0) 810 571 302
March 5 (3.2.0) 384 114 179
April 4 (3,1,0) 198 54 99
May 8 (3,2,3) 244 41 141
June 15 (1,8,6) 287 52 180
July 13 (5,4,4) 505 59 234
August 7 (1,4,2) 758 63 273
September 7 (2,4,1) 810 48 287
October 6 (2,1,3) 623 67 248
November 3 (3,0,1) 626 115 214
December 4 (2,1,1) 318 633 153

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2021 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 7 (3,3,1) 570 405 266
February 9 (2,2,5) 624 565 267
March 14 (5,6,3) 672 89 289
April 10 (3,4,3) 347 114 233
May 7 (5,1,1) 400 63 246
June 9 (1,3,5) 640 101 242
July 5 (1,0,4) 848 49 248
August 9 (4,3,2) 609 60 253
September 6 (2,3,1) 945 71 310
October 6 (2,3,1) 685 119 256
November 6 (4,1,1) 805 132 238
December 5 (0,3,2) 607 334 285

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2022 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 8 (2/5/1) 606 1801 265
February 6 (1/5/0) 678 741 307
March 9 (4/1/4) 913 226 355
April 3 (0/2/1) 787 85 359
May 3 (2/1/0) 737 108 387
June 2 (0,1,1) 800 89 334
July 6 (3,2,1) 1063 86 322
August 1 (1,0,0) 1111 86 376
September 0 759 86 286
October 8 (3,3,2) 630 60 294
November 5 (0,5,0) 473 987 277
December 7 (0,6,1) 439 627 285

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2023 DEPARTMENT STATS


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CHEEKTOWAGA POLICE DEPARTMENT

3223 Union Road
Cheektowaga, New York 14227

Phone: (716) 686-3500

911 FOR EMERGENCIES

CHIEF BRIAN J GOULD

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Copyright © 2023
Cheektowaga Police Department
All rights reserved.

CRIME

INFORMATION

CRIME INFOCRIME PREVENTIONLONGTERM DEPARTMENT STATSSEX OFFENDERS2015 DEPARTMENT STATS2016 DEPARTMENT STATS2017 DEPARTMENT STATS2018 DEPARTMENT STATS2019 DEPARTMENT STATS2020 DEPARTMENT STATS2021 DEPARTMENT STATS2022 DEPARTMENT STATS2023 DEPARTMENT STATS

CRIME INFO


CRIME REPORTS

We are pleased to provide an option to search preliminary crime information. The tool offers a search functionality, as well as unique features, insuring you receive the latest information.You will be leaving the Cheektowaga Police Department website for the following site. CrimeReports

  • View crimes near an address, as well as within a specific boundary
  • Select from a template of crime types
  • Enhance our community-oriented policing efforts by keeping ourcitizens and business owners well informed
  • View Registered Sex Offenders
  • See neighboring participating cities data
  • Includes iPhone application.

The tool has an alerts system that will allow residents and business owners to receive email alerts regarding recent incident activity in their desired area. The e-mail alerts contain a report outlining what type of incidents occurred, as well as when and where they occurred. The e-mail alert will also contain a link directly to the on-line mapping application that depicts the results of the requested query.

Online Accident Reports

The Cheektowaga Police Department has launched its new online system for the public to obtain motor vehicle accident reports and accident photographs. Accident reports on-line are generally available within 5 business days of the accident date.

Note: Accident photos are not taken at the scene of every accident.

For a $5.00 fee you can obtain a copy of the accident report.

Photographs are available for $4.00 a photo.

You can go direct to the site HERE

Visit our FAQ page for more information.

Additional Crime Information

The Cheektowaga Police are utilizing a web service to post crime statistics on the internet.This data is LIMITED and does not represent all crimes or reports in the area.Visit the SpotCrime Website for your neighborhood crime information.

Department Crime Stats:

NYS UCR Reports

2013 UCR Data

2014 UCR Data

2015 UCR Data

2016 UCR Data

2017 UCR Data

2018 UCR Data

ATMs

Be Prepared

Child Safety

Disability

Domestic Violence

  • Keeping your Family Safe
  • How the Police Can Help
  • Stalking
  • Teen Dating Violence

Home/Apartment

Identity Theft

Personal Safety

Public Transportation

Scams/Fraud

  • Chinese Phone Scams
  • Green Dot Cards
  • Mailbox Fishing
  • Mailbox Fishing – Tax Returns
  • Prepaid Gift/Debt Cards
  • Rental Listing Scam

Seniors

  • Keeping Seniors Safe

Vehicles/Driving

Weather-Related/Seasons

LONGTERM DEPARTMENT STATS












2015 DEPARTMENT STATS


Year to date, CPD has had numerous “saves” from Naloxone administration. Other stats below indicate various metrics of Department activity.

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

The Department Employment stats seen are required reporting to NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services. All NYS Agencies submit these statistics to NYS on an annual basis. The Cheektowaga Police Department runs an aggressive hiring campaign which includes reminding the general public regarding Civil Service Testing dates. As a Civil Service based agency, all Full Time hiring of Sworn Personnel requires that we follow the hiring provisions as set forth by Civil Service. For more information, please see our Employment Opportunities page.

2016 DEPARTMENT STATS


Other stats below indicate various metrics of Department activity.

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

The Department Employment stats seen are required reporting to NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services. All NYS Agencies submit these statistics to NYS on an annual basis. The Cheektowaga Police Department runs an aggressive hiring campaign which includes reminding the general public regarding Civil Service Testing dates. As a Civil Service based agency, all Full Time hiring of Sworn Personnel requires that we follow the hiring provisions as set forth by Civil Service. For more information, please see our Employment Opportunities page.

2017 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 16 (6/3/7) 803 529 342
February 11 (3/1/7) 919 185 338
March 13 (7/6/0) 883 137 374
April 13 (5/6/2) 934 68 292
May 9 (2/3/4) 816 100 310
June 10 (6/3/1) 988 92 360
July 9 (/0/5/4) 1003 108 355
August 6 (2/2/2) 810 92 299
September 7 (2/2/3) 700 119 305
October 9 (2/3/4) 628 158 303
November 7 (2/1/4) 806 201 303
December 1 (0/1/0) 620 468 305

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2018 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 4 (2,2,0) 652 797 294
February 6 (1,3,2) 776 564 257
March 8 (1,5,2) 982 168 331
April 4 (2,2,0) 803 193 273
May 11 (7,1,3) 1030 178 305
June 5 (0,5,0) 1038 118 295
July 3 (2,1,0) 1445 157 345
August 5 (3,1,1) 1449 107 340
September 5 (2,0,3) 909 127 316
October 8 (3,2,3) 911 191 298
November 2 (0,2,0) 928 257 303
December 0 (0,0,0) 828 414 323

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2019 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 3 (1,1,1) 736 1012 293
February 2 (1,0,1) 1032 797 297
March 4 (2,1,1) 1247 292 371
April 3 (1,1,1) 960 146 350
May 9 (1,3,5) 959 119 325
June 3 (1,0,2) 1035 103 296
July 8 (2,5,1) 1216 60 293
August 6 (3,1,2) 1198 114 349
September 4 (0,3,1) 959 91 296
October 9 (4,5,0) 813 101 292
November 2 (1,0,1) 869 151 274
December 3 (0,2,1) 530 237 282

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS or Bystander and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2020 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 3 (3,0,0) 819 415 300
February 2 (2,0,0) 810 571 302
March 5 (3.2.0) 384 114 179
April 4 (3,1,0) 198 54 99
May 8 (3,2,3) 244 41 141
June 15 (1,8,6) 287 52 180
July 13 (5,4,4) 505 59 234
August 7 (1,4,2) 758 63 273
September 7 (2,4,1) 810 48 287
October 6 (2,1,3) 623 67 248
November 3 (3,0,1) 626 115 214
December 4 (2,1,1) 318 633 153

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2021 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 7 (3,3,1) 570 405 266
February 9 (2,2,5) 624 565 267
March 14 (5,6,3) 672 89 289
April 10 (3,4,3) 347 114 233
May 7 (5,1,1) 400 63 246
June 9 (1,3,5) 640 101 242
July 5 (1,0,4) 848 49 248
August 9 (4,3,2) 609 60 253
September 6 (2,3,1) 945 71 310
October 6 (2,3,1) 685 119 256
November 6 (4,1,1) 805 132 238
December 5 (0,3,2) 607 334 285

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2022 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
January 8 (2/5/1) 606 1801 265
February 6 (1/5/0) 678 741 307
March 9 (4/1/4) 913 226 355
April 3 (0/2/1) 787 85 359
May 3 (2/1/0) 737 108 387
June 2 (0,1,1) 800 89 334
July 6 (3,2,1) 1063 86 322
August 1 (1,0,0) 1111 86 376
September 0 759 86 286
October 8 (3,3,2) 630 60 294
November 5 (0,5,0) 473 987 277
December 7 (0,6,1) 439 627 285

Drug Overdoses listed are followed by 3 numbers in parenthesis. Such as (6/4/2) The first column is NARCAN administered by Police. The Middle number is NARCAN Administered by EMS. The last number is No Treatment Indicated. Therefore, 6 NARCAN by CPD, 4 NARCAN by EMS and 2 Persons who did not require NARCAN. * Indicates data that is manually entered into the Records Management Systems and therefore may not be up to date at this time. Department Arrests will include all crimes including Part 1, as well as Vehicle and Traffic offenses and local ordinance violations.

2023 DEPARTMENT STATS


Month Drug Overdose Traffic Tickets Parking Tickets Department Arrests
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CHEEKTOWAGA POLICE DEPARTMENT

3223 Union Road
Cheektowaga, New York 14227

Phone: (716) 686-3500

911 FOR EMERGENCIES

CHIEF BRIAN J GOULD

FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Copyright © 2023
Cheektowaga Police Department
All rights reserved.