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Roseville Crime & Arrest Information

DIY (do it yourself) Research and Crime Mapping
is updated regularly with information that has been entered into the Roseville Police Department's records management system. The Roseville Police Department provides the site with public information about certain types of crime reports, including date, time, general location, report number, and the general nature of the crime. Very recent data may not always be available due to the time lag between reporting and entering the data into our records system.  If you have a question about any of the data, please email or call Crime Analyst Jason Rudolph at (916)746-1012. 

Historical Crime Data

In the following chart showing Roseville's crime rate from 1995 through 2015, the crime "rate" means the number of Part 1 Crimes (index crimes that are tracked nationally) per 100,000 residents. 

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The table below shows a break-out of Roseville's raw number of reported crimes and the crime rate (crimes per 100,000 residents) from 1995 through 2015.  Click on the table to open up a larger version in a separate browser window.

California crime data (CA Attorney General's Website)
U.S. crime data (FBI Website)

Recent Arrests

Roseville Police Department arrests are posted here for approximately one week following an arrest. Adults arrested by Roseville Police officers are booked into the Placer County Jail.  You can also get information about recent Roseville Police Department arrests by visiting the Placer County Sheriff's website and looking under "inmate information." They post reports that show all bookings and releases over the previous 24 hours, as well as a list of everyone currently in custody.