Analytics, Charts, and Graphs of Crime Data

For North Pole, AK

March recorded 3 crime incidents.

February recorded 3 crime incidents.

January recorded 0 crime incidents.

Theft
Robbery
Burglary
Vandalism
Shooting
Arson
Arrest
Assault
Other
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Crime Types

  • Arrest: 3
  • Vandalism: 1
  • Assault: 1
  • Other: 1
  • Theft: 0
  • Robbery: 0
  • Burglary: 0
  • Shooting: 0
  • Arson: 0

Crime by Month

In the past three months, March had the most number of crimes in North Pole, Alaska.

March had about Infinity% more crime than January, with March producing 3 more crimes than January.

March had about 1% more crime than February, with March producing 0 more crimes than February.

Most Committed Crimes in North Pole, Alaska

Over the past three months, Arrest was the most committed crime overall making up about 50% of crime in North Pole, Alaska.

The most committed violent crime was Assault, making up about 100% of violent crime in North Pole, Alaska.

The most committed property crime was Theft, making up about NaN% of property crime in North Pole, Alaska.

Reported Shootings in North Pole, Alaska

We recorded 0 shootings over a three month period in North Pole, Alaska. That's an average of about 0 shootings per month. March saw the most shootings with 0, followed by February with 0 shootings, and January with 0 shootings.

No data?

It looks like we do not have data for January. This may be because the police agency has stopped reporting data publicly or reports the data very slowly.

Disclaimer: SpotCrime pulls from multiple sources including news reported incidents. A majority of the crime incidents are directly from local police agencies. Occasionally, there may be duplicate crimes. The status of the crime is subject to change.

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