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Re: Trulia Crime Map
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Jersey City, NJ
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Jersey City, NJ
Population
256886
Violent
1655
Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter
20
Rape
35
Robbery
717
Aggravated Assault
883


Property Crimes
4836
Burglary
1052
Larceny
3046
Motor Vehicle Theft
738
Arson
31

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What picture!!!? We need an actual crimes db for JC that ties up with the UCR and can be viewed on a map. Both this and Trulia miss the mark by a wide margin.

Posted on: 2014/11/30 0:49
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Jersey City, NJ
City
Jersey City, NJ
Population
256886
Violent
1655
Murder and nonnegligent manslaughter
20
Rape
35
Robbery
717
Aggravated Assault
883


Property Crimes
4836
Burglary
1052
Larceny
3046
Motor Vehicle Theft
738
Arson
31

check this out a better picture.

Posted on: 2014/11/28 19:12
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Lots of drunk white dudes fighting in Hobroken I see.

Posted on: 2014/8/13 21:04
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It looks they don't categorize the crimes. For example, the area around Grove St and Hoboken PATH are practically as red as Greenville- but probably for public drunkenness and arguments, not the violent crime you might see in other areas.

For example, I see in DTJC a lot "merchant/customer dispute" near Newark, Grove, the mall, and Target. Well big shocker. But it's not accurate to color that "high crime" IMO.

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I think trulia works off the spotcrime database. And I don't think spotcrime gets an accurate feed from the JCPD database. I know there were plans to put this info online, but don't know the status of that.

The UCR on the JCPD website is a better guide, but only breaks the numbers down by North/South/East/West.

http://www.njjcpd.org/node/5


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I'm looking at the trulia crime map out of curiosity, and wonder about its accuracy and color coding system.

http://www.trulia.com/real_estate/Jersey_City-New_Jersey/


I see it reports lots of crimes in The Heights, where I live and feel pretty safe. And reports few crimes in B-L, where I'm moving to. However, the B of the B-L, McGinley Sq, and Greenville, are colored as less safe than the Heights, when the number of crimes is fewer, like 200 fewer crimes.

What is that about?

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