This map shows the 10,357 incidents of larceny that occurred in Baltimore City in the 12 months from September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015. The map is live, meaning that you can click on it, hold and move the center point and use the “+” and “-” buttons to zoom in and out at a location that’s important to you.
“Larceny” is a category of what are called Part I, victim-based crimes as defined by the FBI. All data in this series is available from the Baltimore City Police Department. Just use the link we just gave you and view or export what you need.
FYI, larceny is the simplest, least aggressive form of theft. The thief is taking something of value. No contact with the victim is made. “Larceny from Auto” is the theft of something from an unoccupied vehicle.
Burglary is unlawful entry to steal, but without contact with the victim.
Robberies are thefts involving contact with the victim.