Crime statistics

Introduction and background information

The purpose of these statistics is to provide the public with a brief overview of the types of calls for service and crime/occurrence types that the RCMP respond to at given times of the year.

The monthly statistics reported provides a year-to-date and monthly snapshot of Criminal Code of Canada violations across Manitoba and are meant to provide a general up-to-date account of crime activities.

Because these are snapshots, they do not include updates throughout the reporting process.

These totals will differ slightly from the official statistics provided each year by the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics.

Calls for service (comparison by District)

Calls for service (comparison by District)
District April 2021 April 2022 Percent change
East 6 961 5 525 -21%
North 5 926 5 966 1%
West 5 223 3 952 -24%
Totals 18 110 15 443 -15%

Crimes against person - by District

Crimes against person - by District
West East North
April 2022 307 390 939

Crimes against property - by District

Crimes against property - by District
West East North
April 2022 577 690 1,125

Common police activities - by District

Common police activities - by District
West East North
April 2022 499 737 921

Drug enforcement - by District

Drug enforcement - by District
West East North
April 2022 45 29 34

Selected crime/occurrence type (District comparison for the month of April)

Selected crime/occurrence type (District comparison for the month of April)
Violation type East West North
2021 2022 2021 2022 2021 2022
Crimes against person 435 390 304 307 803 939
Crimes against property 866 690 490 577 859 1125
Common police activities 780 737 587 499 938 921
Drug enforcement 56 29 57 45 58 34
Totals 2,137 1,846 1,438 1,428 2,658 3,019

Caveats

  1. Data is extracted from the RCMP Records Management System (PROS) and on the date of extraction it is an accurate reflection of reported and actual files and violations in D Division RCMP jurisdiction. Numbers in the tables reflect the values on the date of extraction and are subject to change as data is entered/updated into PROS. The data and statistical results are only as reliable as the data entered on the individual occurrences.
  2. The totals in these tables reflect the total of the selected crime types/occurrences and are not inclusive of all of the crime types/occurrences that may have occurred during the reporting period.
  3. The figures in the Calls for Service chart include all reported occurrences, including those that are unfounded. The remaining statistics by occurrence categories are actuals, which do not include occurrences deemed as unfounded. All data is extracted from the "Occurrences Statistics" report in PROS.
  4. The sub-categories in the tables have been grouped by violation type, i.e. assaults includes all assaults except sexual assaults.
  5. Not all Common Police Activities are criminal in nature, e.g. wellbeing check, etc.
  6. The forcible confinement sub-category also includes kidnappings, hostages and abductions.
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