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The East Point Police Department participates in the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. The UCR program has been in existence since 1930. The UCR Program is comprised of more than 17,000 participates from local, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies.

The UCR program provides law enforcement agencies with the necessary data to plan, formulate budgets, allocate resources, and assess police operations in an effort to address various crime problems. In addition to law enforcement agencies, the statistics gathered from the UCR Program are used by other public and private sectors. Legislators use the data to draft bills to address crime, whereas businesses use the information to determine how crime impacts the geographical areas of their establishment.

As a note of caution, the FBI warns against using UCR data to rank and evaluate any given jurisdiction or the effectiveness of a jurisdiction's law enforcement agency. Crime is influenced by factors ranging from population density, economic conditions, the policies of other components of the criminal justice system, the attitudes of citizens concerning crime, and many other factors.

To learn more about the UCR Program, visit

To view the current or previous East Point Police Department Part 1 FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Statistics, choose a link below.

2017 Monthly UCR Statistics

2016 Monthly UCR Statistics    

2015 Monthly UCR Statistics
2014 Monthly UCR Statistics



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2777 East Point Street
East Point, Georgia 30344