Civic Center, Denver, crime stats, map, news and analysis for the month of October 2023.

Civic Center news from October 2023

Denver is set to pay $1.4 million to settle another lawsuit against Denver police for 2020 protests
Published October 6, 2023

October’s notable crimes in Civic Center

A Civic Center crime map and recent crime listing for homicides, serious assaults, burglaries and robberies.

Civic Center crime map

October homicides in Civic Center

Good news: Civic Center has had no reported homicides in October.

October serious assaults in Civic Center

The 6 reported serious assaults in Civic Center in October.

October robberies in Civic Center

The 2 reported robberies in Civic Center in October.

October burglaries in Civic Center

The 5 reported burglaries in Civic Center in October.

  • Burglary of a residence with forced entry, Friday Oct. 20, 12:00 AM, at 1028 N Bannock St.
  • Possession of burglary tools, Friday Oct. 13, 6:50 AM, at 1350 N Speer Blvd.
  • Burglary of a residence without forced entry, Friday Oct. 13, 2:41 AM, at 1350 N Speer Blvd.
  • Burglary of a residence without forced entry, Tuesday Oct. 10, 12:00 PM, at 1350 N Speer Blvd.
  • Burglary of a residence without forced entry, Thursday Oct. 5, 7:00 PM, at 1350 N Speer Blvd.

Crime ranking changes from September to October

There were 0 ranking changes in major crime categories when comparing the rankings from September to October. The lower the rank the worse the reported crime rate is in Civic Center.

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Civic Center crime counts for October, in comparison

Violent crimes in Civic Center

Violent crime in October was down in Denver from September, and down compared against October 2022, and down compared with the 2023 average of 11 violent crimes per month.

Serious assaults in Civic Center

Serious assault in October was down in Denver from September, and down compared against October 2022, and down compared with the 2023 average of 8 serious assaults per month.

Property crimes in Civic Center

Property crime in October was up in Denver from September, and down compared against October 2022, and up compared with the 2023 average of 22 property crimes per month.

Burglaries in Civic Center

Burglary in October was up in Denver from September, and down compared against October 2022, and up compared with the 2023 average of 3 burglaries per month.

Neighbors report, October 2023

How does the overall crime-rate ranking of Civic Center compare to its neighboring neighborhoods, Civic Center, Lincoln Park, CBD, Capitol Hill.

The higher the rank, the worse that neighborhood's adjusted-for-population crime rate. Rankings are based on cumulative crimes from January to October.

Violent Crime

  • 1. Civic Center
  • 3. CBD
  • 6. Lincoln Park
  • 16. Capitol Hill

Property Crime

  • 3. CBD
  • 5. Civic Center
  • 7. Lincoln Park
  • 21. Capitol Hill

Aggravated Assault

  • 1. Civic Center
  • 4. CBD
  • 6. Lincoln Park
  • 15. Capitol Hill

Sexual Assault

  • 2. Civic Center
  • 4. Lincoln Park
  • 5. CBD
  • 12. Capitol Hill

Domestic Violence

  • 2. Civic Center
  • 7. Lincoln Park
  • 11. CBD
  • 24. Capitol Hill

Robbery

  • 1. Civic Center
  • 2. CBD
  • 6. Lincoln Park
  • 22. Capitol Hill

Burglary

  • 1. Civic Center
  • 3. Lincoln Park
  • 24. CBD
  • 31. Capitol Hill

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