Police incidents since 1988. Dates before that are incomplete - and could be data entry errors. | MAPPING NOTE! Some addresses will not appear on maps because streets no longer exist or are not recognized by the mapping databases.
Information about pages on the City's website including their age and their Google Analytics data (everything from "PageViews" and to the right). If the Google Analytics fields are empty, the page hasn't been visited recently at all.
The Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) trains police officers on interacting with people in crisis. Sometimes these interactions occur during other police activity, but many times they are during contact that does not result in a police report. The "CIT Form" collects information about the person in crisis, and is used to track contact with individuals over time - so that during later interactions with the same person the officers are aware of the person's crisis history. The rows of this dataset are the information collected from those interactions. The dataset is anonymized in two ways: the report numbers and the person identifiers are both replaced with simple numbers. IMPORTANT: the report numbers are unique, but the person numbers repeat if one person had multiple interactions.