SAFE SAFE 5.1 - Improve overall community safety while continuing to increase the level of public trust and willingness to use emergency services.

Safe Routes to School Overall Student Participation

COVID-19 severely impacted the typical in person programming for SRTS.  Despite the challenges the program was able to transition to on-line and virtual material that was provided to teachers as a resource. The 2020 programming will be shifted to 2021.

Part 1 Crimes in Fort Collins (per 1,000 population)

NOTE: This metric is in the process of being updated due to a data reporting change by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and this change will be reflected as of Q2 2021.

  • This is a quarterly metric, currently reflecting Q3 2021 data.
  • Measuring the rate per 1000 residents provides a contextual way to view the amount of crime occurring while reflecting changes in the City's population over time.
  • Crime rates can fluctuate greatly when measured on a quarterly basis, due to seasonality and other factors. For this reason, Fort Collins Police Services compares the actual rates to expected normal ranges per quarter
Response Time to Graffiti Removal

The Graffiti Abatement Team abated 229 issues as compared to 166 this same time last year.  The average response time for removal was 0.53 days. The target is to remove graffiti within 1.5 days. Though the response time is very aggressive staff was able to exceed the target goal.