BRIDGEPORT — How has the crime rate changed in your neighborhood?
DNAinfo Chicago created a map showing crimes recorded in each Chicago Police Department beat between January and November of each year since 2013. December data wasn't included because December 2016 isn't complete.
Here's a look at some of the crimes that unfolded in beats 913, 915 and 925 of the Deering District — an area encompassing 14 square miles that serves a number of South Side neighborhoods, including Armour Square, Bridgeport, Canaryville, McKinley Park and Back of the Yards:
Homicides: There was one murder in 2016, a drop from 2015, when there were three killings.
Shootings: There were five shootings this year. There were six in 2015.
Robberies: There were 26 robberies compared to 15 in 2015.
Homicides: There were two homicides in 2016, a jump from 2015, when there was zero.
Shootings: In the last year, there was a drop in shootings. Only four, a 50 percent decline from the eight recorded in 2015.
Robberies: There were 46 robberies in 2016 compared to 40 in 2015.
Homicides: There were four homicides in 2016, up one from the year before.
Shootings: There 14 shootings this year, compared to eight in 2015.
Robberies: Police logged 36 robbery cases, compared to 30 in 2015.
The data below goes back to 2013 because that's the first full year when the current police beat boundaries went into effect.
Choose a type of crime and a year to see how many times that crime was reported in Chicago. Click on a police beat to find more information.
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