Wednesday, October 1, 2014
 

Records Section
Crime Statistics


The Fayette County Sheriff's Office is required by State and Federal law to participate in the Uniform Crime Reporting Program.  These crimes are reported monthly to the Georgia Crime Information Center, which in turn reports to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  These reports are used to compile statistical data and provide summarized reports for the Part 1 Crimes.  This data offers the Sheriff's Office an accurate picture of the crimes reported in unincorporated Fayette County.  With this knowledge our Deputies are better able to utilize the resources available to them to be more proactive in preventing serious crimes in our County.  

The main grouping of UCR crime classifications (Part 1 Crimes) consist of eight offenses which are criminal homicide, forcible rape, aggravated/simple assault, robbery, burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson.

FAYETTE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
UNIFORM CRIME REPORTING
PART ONE OFFENSES
(Unincorporated Fayette County)
Quarterly 2014 

Crime

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

TOTAL

Homicide

0

0

 

 

0

Rape

0

0

 

 

0

Robbery

3

 

 

4

Aggravated Assault

4

12 

 

 

16

Simple Assault

37

45 

 

 

82

Burglary

69

36   

 

105

Larceny

78

70 

 

 

148

Vehicle Theft

5

6

 

 

11

Arson

0

 

 

0

TOTAL

196

170 

 

 

366

 


Historical Information:

FAYETTE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
UNIFORM CRIME REPORTING

PART ONE OFFENSES
(Unincorporated Fayette County)

Crime

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

 2012

2013

Homicide

2 1 1

0

1

3

2

Rape

4 3 1 6

3

4 5
Robbery 10 8

9

7

7

7

9

Aggravated Assault

17

21

20

18

22 29 19
Simple Assault 147

137

161

182

182

147

134
Burglary 148 213 195

180

201

182

240

Larceny 362 395

377

336

383 353 344
Vehicle Theft 60 45

37

40

42 44 30
Arson 2

1

3 0 6 0 3
TOTAL 752 823

804

769

847 769 786

 

Due to validation process required by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Uniform Crime Reporting statistical data is subject to change.


2010 Crime Data by County

The following chart compares Fayette County's Violent Crime and Property Crime data (from FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Statistics 2010 - latest data available) to adjoining counties, counties of comparable size by population (2010 census), and counties of comparable size by square miles.

The FBI UCR 2010 data is crimes reported by Sheriff's Offices of counties listed and do not include data for municipalities within those counties. Clayton and Fulton county data is that reported by County Police, but also does not include data from municipalities within those counties.

Violent crime data listed includes murder, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault.

Property crime data listed includes burglary, larceny-theft and motor vehicle theft.

County

2010 Pop. (1) 

Sq. Mi.(2)

2010 Violent Crime (3) 

2010 Property Crime (3) 

Spalding

64,073

198

127

1,595

Newton

99,598

276

335

1,775

Bartow

100,157

460

224

2,470

Whitfield

102,599

290

180

1,729

Fayette

 106,567

197

31

555

Lowndes

109,233

504

39

945

Carroll

110,527

499

361

1,494

Coweta

127,317

443

91

1,436

Douglas

132,403

199

153

2,108

Clayton

259,424

143

1,031

9,418

Fulton

 920,581

 529

 667

 5,544


(1) - GeorgiaInfo (countywide pop.)
(2) - Netstate.com
(3) - FBI UCR 2010
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