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Pacific Beach Crime Statistics



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Crime Statistics in Detail

Crime is fairly rare in Pacific Beach. The overall crime rate is low - below average for the city. The overall crime rate is 38.94 per 1,000 residents. That means that the average resident has a 1 in 25 chance of being a victim of a crime. The vast majority of the crime is property crime (such as theft). Only 15 percent of crime is violent crime.

Crime Rates in Pacific Beach

Violent Crime


Murder

There have been no recorded murders in Pacific Beach this year.

Rape

The rate of rape in Pacific Beach is 0.48 per 1,000 residents. This means that the average resident of Pacific Beach has a 1 in 2,083 chance of being a victim of rape.

Armed Robbery

Armed robbery is a crime where the robbers use weapons to compel the victim to give up their possessions. The armed robbery rate in Pacific Beach is 0.34 per 1,000 residents. This means that the average resident of Pacific Beach has a 1 in 2,941 chance of being a victim of armed robbery.

Strong-Armed Robbery

Strong-armed robbery is where the robbers threaten a victim with force but don't use any weapons. However, these crimes a no less dangerous than armed robberies - especially when large groups of criminals are involved. The strong-armed robbery rate in Pacific Beach is 1.01 per 1,000 residents. This means that the average resident of Pacific Beach has a 1 in 990 chance of being a victim of strong-armed robbery.

Aggravated Violent Assault

Aggravated violent assault is a threat or crime of violence against another person where there are aggravating circumstances, such as a weapon being involved. The aggravated violent assault rate in Pacific Beach is 4.22 per 1,000 residents. This means that the average resident of Pacific Beach has a 1 in 236 chance of being a victim of aggravated violent assault.

Property Crime


Residential Burglary

Residential burglary is burglary affecting a home or private residence. The residential burglary rate in Pacific Beach is 4.13 per 1,000 residents. This means that the average resident of Pacific Beach has a 1 in 242 chance of being a victim of residential burglary.

Non-Residential Burglary

Non-residential burglary is burglary affecting businesses or public buildings. The non-residential burglary rate in Pacific Beach is 1.34 per 1,000 residents. This means that the average resident of Pacific Beach has a 1 in 746 chance of being a victim of non-residential burglary.

Theft under $400

Theft under $400 is any crime where something of value worth less than $400 is stolen. These crimes are considered less severe than theft of more expensive items. The theft under $400 rate in Pacific Beach is 11.86 per 1,000 residents. This means that the average resident of Pacific Beach has a 1 in 84 chance of being a victim of a theft with a loss valued under $400.

Theft over $400

Theft over $400 is any crime where something of value worth more than $400 is stolen. The theft over $400 rate in Pacific Beach is 10.18 per 1,000 residents. This means that the average resident of Pacific Beach has a 1 in 98 chance of being a victim of a theft with a loss valued over $400.

Car Theft

The car theft rate in Pacific Beach is 5.38 per 1,000 residents. This means that the average resident of Pacific Beach has a 1 in 185 chance of being a victim of a car theft.

Registered Sex Offenders

The State of California maintains a list of registered sex offenders. By law, information about registered sex offenders is not maintained here. Please visit the State of California Megan's Law Sex Offender Registry to view a list of registered sex offenders in this area.

Live Crime Reports

San Diego County maintains an online map of crimes to which the police have responded. Use this map to explore the recent crimes in your area.

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