Mountain view ca crime rate

Crime Watch Map

Mountain View Police Department subscribes to CrimeReports to provide you a tool for crime prevention, community awareness and data transparency. Members of the public can view most reported crimes and sign up to receive free email alerts based on user-defined parameters (e.g., geography, crime types, frequency, etc.). We upload police reports to CrimeReports on a daily basis, however the data does not include general calls for service or police activity with no report. In addition, some case types are withheld in order to comply with law and protect victims’ rights, such as in most sexual assaults, crimes against children, domestic violence and calls that are medical in nature. Some case data may change if the investigation is ongoing and more information about the crime is learned.

Disclaimer: The information displayed on the CrimeReports website is susceptible to some degree of error due to the collection, entry and geo-processing of the data. No warranty or guarantee is made nor implied regarding the content, geographic accuracy, timeliness, completeness, sequence, or accuracy of any of the information provided herein. The reader should not rely on the data provided herein for any reason. The information is provided strictly as a courtesy to the public. The information may be appropriate to consider and discuss as part of coordinated crime prevention initiatives. Members of the community are encouraged to continue partnering and problem-solving with the Mountain View Police while using this service toward shared police-community goals. Under no circumstances should any member of the public take any action on their own behalf as it relates to the information provided on this website, other than notifying the Mountain View Police Department with information they wish to share. If you have information that may solve a crime, contact the Mountain View Police Department at 650-903-6344. In the event the information is an emergency, then call 9-1-1.

Victim Resources

Employee Complaint Process

The Department's Personnel Complaint policy provides guidelines for the reporting, investigation and disposition of complaints regarding the conduct of its members and employees. Personnel complaints consist of misconduct or improper job performance that is a violation of department policy, federal, state or local law.

A person can file a formal complaint or informally inquire about a department employee's conduct. Inquiries involve actions by an employee that is of concern to a complainant, but is determined not to be misconduct and the complaining party is satisfied that appropriate action was taken.  A formal complaint is a matter in which the complaining party requests further investigation, or which a supervisor or command officer determines further action is warranted.

A complaint may be filed in person, in writing, by e-mail, or by telephoning the Department. Complainants making a complaint in writing are encouraged to be completed on a Personnel Complaint Report available at the Police Department or on-line. Although not required, the Department encourages the complaining party to appear in person. A complaint can be made anonymously or by a third party, and the matter will be investigated to the extent that sufficient information is provided. 

Every Department employee becoming aware of alleged misconduct shall immediately notify a supervisor. A supervisor receiving a complaint from any source alleging misconduct of an employee will initiate a preliminary investigation. Depending upon the nature of the allegation, the matter may be handled by the supervisor or turned over to the Professional Standards Unit for investigation.

An administrative investigation of an officer is governed by a variety of State laws and Department policies. The investigation shall proceed with due diligence. Upon completion, the report is forwarded to the employee's commanding officer. A review board comprised of Department supervisors or command officers and a representative from the City Manager's Office recommends a finding for each allegation. The Police Chief then classifies each allegation of misconduct with one of the following dispositions:

  • Sustained - The act occurred and that it constituted misconduct.
  • Unfounded - The alleged act did not occur, are frivolous, or did not involve department personnel.
  • Not Sustained - There is insufficient evidence to sustain the complaint or fully exonerate the employee.
  • Exonerated - The act was justified, lawful and/or proper.
  • No Finding - The complaint was dropped, the complainant did not cooperate, or the employee resigned prior to the process’ conclusion.
Sustained allegations can result in discipline, to include training, reprimand, suspension, demotion and/or termination. State law prevents the Department from disclosing the specifics of any disciplinary action, but the Department will notify the complainant of the disposition for each allegation in the investigation. For further information, please contact the Police Department’s Professional Standards Unit at (650) 903-6339.
 
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Crime rate in Mountain View, California (CA): murders, rapes, robberies, assaults, burglaries, thefts, auto thefts, arson, law enforcement employees, police officers, crime map



According to our research of California and other state lists, there were 33 registered sex offenders living in Mountain View, California as of October 21, 2021.
The ratio of all residents to sex offenders in Mountain View is 2,432 to 1.
The ratio of registered sex offenders to all residents in this city is much lower than the state average.


When are crimes committed in Mountain View, CA?

Violent crime rate in 2019
Mountain View:109.3
U.S. Average:205.8

Violent crime rate in 2018
Mountain View:103.0
U.S. Average:208.2

Violent crime rate in 2017
Mountain View:102.4
U.S. Average:215.2

Violent crime rate in 2016
Mountain View:86.3
U.S. Average:216.3

Violent crime rate in 2015
Mountain View:107.8
U.S. Average:208.5

Violent crime rate in 2014
Mountain View:109.8
U.S. Average:200.7

Violent crime rate in 2013
Mountain View:109.8
U.S. Average:204.3

Violent crime rate in 2012
Mountain View:105.4
U.S. Average:214.5

Violent crime rate in 2011
Mountain View:106.8
U.S. Average:214.1

Violent crime rate in 2010
Mountain View:121.0
U.S. Average:223.2

Violent crime rate in 2009
Mountain View:135.8
U.S. Average:238.0

Violent crime rate in 2008
Mountain View:223.0
U.S. Average:252.4

Violent crime rate in 2007
Mountain View:177.9
U.S. Average:259.7

Violent crime rate in 2006
Mountain View:221.7
U.S. Average:264.1

Violent crime rate in 2005
Mountain View:223.1
U.S. Average:258.9

Violent crime rate in 2004
Mountain View:182.2
U.S. Average:256.0

Violent crime rate in 2003
Mountain View:194.2
U.S. Average:262.6

Violent crime rate in 2002
Mountain View:210.0
U.S. Average:272.2

Property crime rate in 2019
Mountain View:215.7
U.S. Average:178.6

Property crime rate in 2018
Mountain View:198.0
U.S. Average:190.2

Property crime rate in 2017
Mountain View:187.4
U.S. Average:206.4

Property crime rate in 2016
Mountain View:174.6
U.S. Average:216.6

Property crime rate in 2015
Mountain View:204.1
U.S. Average:221.5

Property crime rate in 2014
Mountain View:165.9
U.S. Average:230.8

Property crime rate in 2013
Mountain View:184.6
U.S. Average:250.4

Property crime rate in 2012
Mountain View:143.6
U.S. Average:267.3

Property crime rate in 2011
Mountain View:137.0
U.S. Average:273.5

Property crime rate in 2010
Mountain View:151.6
U.S. Average:276.4

Property crime rate in 2009
Mountain View:214.3
U.S. Average:285.6

Property crime rate in 2008
Mountain View:199.2
U.S. Average:302.2

Property crime rate in 2007
Mountain View:161.9
U.S. Average:309.2

Property crime rate in 2006
Mountain View:265.2
U.S. Average:317.3

Property crime rate in 2005
Mountain View:249.1
U.S. Average:322.3

Property crime rate in 2004
Mountain View:200.0
U.S. Average:327.4

Property crime rate in 2003
Mountain View:177.5
U.S. Average:334.1

Property crime rate in 2002
Mountain View:167.3
U.S. Average:336.9
Murders per 100,000 population
Rapes per 100,000 population
Robberies per 100,000 population
Assaults per 100,000 population
Burglaries per 100,000 population
Thefts per 100,000 population
Auto thefts per 100,000 population
Arson per 100,000 population

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2019, including police officers: 135 (96 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.13
California average:2.01

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2018, including police officers: 131 (85 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.03
California average:1.99

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2017, including police officers: 134 (87 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.07
California average:1.98

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2016, including police officers: 129 (86 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.05
California average:2.00

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2015, including police officers: 133 (90 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.12
California average:2.00

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2014, including police officers: 134 (92 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.17
California average:2.01

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2013, including police officers: 141 (93 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.20
California average:2.02

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2012, including police officers: 138 (94 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.24
California average:2.04

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2011, including police officers: 137 (93 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.24
California average:2.09

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2010, including police officers: 137 (94 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.30
California average:2.19

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2009, including police officers: 142 (94 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.32
California average:2.24

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2008, including police officers: 146 (97 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.38
California average:2.27

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2007, including police officers: 145 (98 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.40
California average:2.21

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2006, including police officers: 138 (93 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.32
California average:2.38

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2005, including police officers: 145 (96 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.36
California average:2.34

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2004, including police officers: 141 (95 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.34
California average:2.36

Full-time law enforcement employees in 2003, including police officers: 144 (96 officers).
Officers per 1,000 residents here:1.36
California average:2.42

Full-time Law Enforcement Employees in Mountain View, CA
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees - Officers
Full-time Law Enforcement Employees - Civilians

Zip codes:94041, 94043, 94085, 94086.

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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.

There are two ways to find out about crime at a particular location in Mountain View. You can check CrimeReports.com 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 CrimeReports.com.

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Mountain View, CA

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Crime Index

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Mountain View Annual Crimes

ViolentPropertyTotal

Number of Crimes

169

2,474

2,643

Crime Rate
(per 1,000 residents)

2.04

29.90

31.94

Violent Crime Comparison (per 1,000 residents)

2.04

4.41

My Chances of Becoming a Victim of a Violent Crime

1 in 490

in Mountain View

Mountain View VIOLENT CRIMES

Population: 82,739
MurderRapeRobberyAssault
Report Total0 20 5198
Rate per 1,0000.000.240.621.18

United States VIOLENT CRIMES

Population: 328,239,523
MurderRapeRobberyAssault
Report Total16,425139,815267,988821,182
Rate per 1,0000.050.430.822.50

Property Crime Comparison (per 1,000 residents)

29.9

23.31

My Chances of Becoming a Victim of a Property Crime

Mountain View Property CRIMES

Population: 82,739
burglarytheftmotor vehicle theft
Report Total3222,038114
Rate per 1,0003.8924.631.38

United States Property CRIMES

Population: 328,239,523
burglarytheftmotor vehicle theft
Report Total1,117,6965,086,096721,885
Rate per 1,0003.4115.502.20

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