A look into Chicago Shooting Victim Data. The data comes from data.cityofchicago.org Dataset title: Violence Reduction – Victims of Homicides and Non-Fatal Shootings
Victims of Homicides and Non-Fatal Shootings
Individual-level homicide and non-fatal shooting victimizations
ShotSpotter is gunshot detection technology that uses sophisticated acoustic sensors to detect, locate and alert law enforcement agencies and security personnel about illegal gunfire incidents in real-time. ShotSpotter uses acoustic sensors that are strategically placed in an array of approximately 20 sensors per square mile. These sensors are connected wirelessly to ShotSpotter’s centralized, cloud-based application to reliably detect and accurately triangulate gunshots.
Data is from https://data.cityofchicago.org/Public-Safety/Violence-Reduction-Shotspotter-Alerts/3h7q-7mdb. CARTO was used to create animated map of ShotSpotter alerts.
A look into Chicago’s individual-level homicide and non-fatal shooting victimizations. The dataset was published on the Chicago Data Portal and comes from the Chicago Police Department (CPD). Accessed 7/4/2022. Click on larger visualizations for full size. Carto and Google Charts were used.
Aggregates by Month, Day of Week, and Hour of Day. 2010 – 2022..
Summer months accrue the most shootings. Suns out guns out.
Most shootings happen over the weekends.
Night time is the most popular time for a shooting.
The data is provided by the Chicago Police Department and can be found on data.cityofchicago.org. The map below contains incident reports for narcotics: cocaine and crack cocaine.
A look into heroin related arrests spanning almost 2 decades. The data is collected by the Chicago Police Department and available at Chicago Data Portal – Public Safety section. Click on static maps below to enlarge and/or play animation.
West Side of Chicago over-time animation (Geo Temporal map). Interesting migration patterns can be seen here.
South Side of Chicago over-time animation.
Over the last two decades CPD’s enforcement of heroin has gone down.
Point and heat maps of Chicago created by plotting coordinates of traffic crashes. Time range used, spans from January 2016 through September 2018. The data can be found at data.cityofchicago.org.
Crash data shows information about each traffic crash on city streets within the City of Chicago limits and under the jurisdiction of Chicago Police Department (CPD).
A visualization of gun related incident reports from the Chicago Police Department. Primary crime types of robbery, battery, and assault with the use of a handgun. Time range used 2010 through 2018. To get access to the data, visit here https://data.cityofchicago.org/
A look into Chicago police department’s arrest reports containing cannabis. The data is from data.cityofchicago.org. Time range used for the two static maps below is 2001 through 2018.
Time range used for bar chart and animated map below is 2010 through 2018. A gradual decline in the last 8 years can be noticed.