Crime Statistics

These statistics are generated from crime data provided by the Mountain View Police Department. The crime statistics on this site correspond to Uniform Crime Report (UCR) statistics. UCR statistics are published by the FBI for governmental jurisdictions all over the country. Part I statistics refer to the FBI's UCR of seven specific crimes; murder, rape, robbery, assault, burglary, larceny and motor theft. Part II crimes are all others. Be aware that sometimes apparent changes in crime rates actually reflect changes in the reporting methods, as specified by the U.S. Department of Justice. Please review the definitions provided to better understand the crimes being tallied. Except for homicide, all crimes listed include actual and attempted crimes.

View our Five Year Statistics: 2007-2011 document.
View our Five Year Statistics: 2009-2013 document.
View our Five Year Statistics: 2010-2014 document.

Neighborhood Crime Statistics

There are two ways to find out about crime at a particular location in Mountain View. You can check for a general assessment of crime in a neighborhood (free), or a printed report ($.25 per page, payable when picked up at MVPD).

If you need assistance determining your area contact us at 650-903-6344. For more information regarding specific crime in your neighborhood, please see

MVPD Annual Reports