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Crime Mapping

Online crime mapping allows members of the community to stay informed about crime in their neighborhood and provides police departments with an informed and more vigilant public.

The City of Arvada Police Department is excited to announce two new ways to track crime locations online with these new services - RAIDSOnline and CrimeReports . Most Arvada crime data is uploaded daily and users can track crime locations by date range, time, and crime categories.  Both of these applications use the same Arvada crime data but they use slightly different crime categories on the map and have different analytic tools.

The type of crime or location shown may change as a result of further investigation. This data should not be relied upon for official purposes. Please contact the Arvada Crime Analysis Unit to verify information or to obtain official statistics.


RAIDS Online is a public crime map that connects law enforcement with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety. You can view and filter crime data in an interactive map and analytics dashboard to become better informed about crime activity in your area. You can also sign up for email neighborhood crime activity reports and emergency alerts sent directly from local law enforcement. Visit RAIDSOnline.



Javascript is required to view this crime map. Click here to view the Crime Reports map website.

The site is updated nightly and contains the most recent 6-months of crime activity in Arvada and surrounding communities.

Please note that the data on is for informational purposes only. Because the data is continually being updated, it is only representative of the time in which it was accessed.

All addresses contained on the site have been rounded to the nearest hundredth block and the address displayed reflects the location where the officer responded to the incident – not necessarily where it occurred. In addition, the date and time displayed reflect when the incident was reported, not necessarily when it happened.

There is a small margin of error when processing the data for mapping purposes; therefore, some incidents may either be omitted from, or inaccurately placed on the maps on the site.

For more information on using the web site, please refer to the Citizen’s User Guide .

Please contact the Arvada Police Department directly to verify information or obtain official statistics.

View the Crime Reports map here