ST. LOUIS REGION LOCAL GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT PROJECT
DATA SUMMARIES

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Dispatched police calls

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1 Jurisdictions define top priority calls differently. Traditionally, top priority calls are those that require an immediate police response.

UCR part I crime data

Note: Part I crimes include murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson.  The number of part I crimes is determined by the number of reported crimes less the number of unfounded crimes.

Note: Part I crimes include murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson. The number of part I crimes is determined by the number of reported crimes less the number of unfounded crimes.

Note: The clearance rate is the number of UCR part I crimes cleared divided by the total number UCR part I crimes reported that were not unfounded.

Note: The clearance rate is the number of UCR part I crimes cleared divided by the total number UCR part I crimes reported that were not unfounded.


The Local Government Performance Measurement survey results do not provide an evaluation or imply judgment on the appropriate level of service for jurisdictions. There are many factors that influence the comparability of the data and each jurisdiction provides service based on a unique set of needs, circumstances, and priorities. Additionally, the results include responses only from self-selected local governments – those who chose to complete the survey. Therefore, the data (including the mean and median statistics) should not be interpreted as representative of local governments in the St. Louis region.