992 West Via Appia, Louisville CO, 80027
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Louisville Police Department Arrest Records

It is situated in Boulder county, Colorado with a total number of 39 employees - 1 female, 33 male officers and 5 civilians. Louisville PD ORI (Originated Agency Identifier) number is CO0070600, it belongs to the Mountain division in the West region with a region code of Region IV.

Officer Employee Rate

The Louisville PD employee rate for 2017 was 1.84 employees per 1000 inhabitants. The police department employee rate is lower than the national average of 2.5.

The Agency Violent Crime Statistics

In 2017 the agency had 18 reported violent crimes where 11 crimes were cleared.

Louisville PD Violent Crime by Type

For 2017 there were 18 reported violent crimes in total, where:

  • 0 Homicide Incidents
  • 5 Rape Incidents
  • 5 Robbery
  • 8 Aggravated Assaults

Aggravated Assault Victim Demographics

The 2017 police agency report showed that Residence Home was the place with the most aggravated assaults, where most of the victims’ relationship was classified as Boyfriend/Girlfriend.

Aggravated Assault Victims Demographics by Location for 2017

Residence Home 4
Highway/Alley/Street/Sidewalk 2
Hotel/Motel 1
Parking Garage/Lot 1
Victims w/ reported location 8

Aggravated Assault Victim Demographics by the Relationship to the Offender for 2017

Boyfriend/Girlfriend 4
Stranger 3
Spouse 1
Victims w/ reported relationship to offender 8

Violent Crime Offender and Victim Demographics

For the last 10 years the majority of the crimes fall into aggravated assault crimes where most of the offenders were aged between 30-39. The age group of the majority of victims on the other hand were 10-19 years old.

Victims by Age Groups

0-9 0
10-19 5
20-29 1
30-39 5
40-49 4
50-59 3
60-69 3
70-79 0
80-89 0
90-99 0
Unknown 0
Victims w/ reported age 21

Offenders by Age Groups

0-9 0
10-19 1
20-29 2
30-39 5
40-49 3
50-59 1
60-69 1
70-79 0
80-89 0
90-99 0
Unknown 2
Offenders w/ reported age 15

Victims by Gender

Offenders by Gender

Property Crimes by Type

The police department had 85 property crimes reported in 2017, there were 3 arson, 37 burglaries, 32 larceny/theft and 16 motor vehicle theft cases.

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