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Congress Park, Denver, crime stats, charts, data, map and analysis. Last updated Monday May 20th.

Recent crime ranking changes in Congress Park

There were 8 notable ranking changes in these crime categories when comparing the rankings four weeks ago to the current rankings. This list updates Mondays. The lower the rank the worse the reported crime is in Congress Park.

New: The Congress Park monthly crime report recap for August 2023.

Year over year, 2024 vs. 2023

See how crime in Congress Park is going compared to the same period of time in 2023.

Crime type comparison, 2024,
Congress Park vs. Denver

See how the proportion of crimes in Congress Park compares with the city.

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New: The Bruce Randolph School crime report.

New Congress Park crimes reported since the last site update

    Saturday April 1

  • Bicycle theft, 12:25 PM, at 1365 N Columbine St.
  • Monday May 1

  • Burglary of a residence with forced entry, 12:00 PM, at 1365 N Columbine St.
  • Monday May 29

  • Theft of parts from a vehicle, 12:00 PM, at the 1300 block of N Cook St.
  • Monday May 29

  • Motor vehicle theft, 1:00 PM, at the 2500 block of E 11th Ave.
  • Tuesday May 30

  • Criminal mischief to a motor vehicle, 12:40 PM, at the 2400 block of E Colfax Ave.

Congress Park in the news

Pedestrian killed in late-night Denver crash on Colfax
Published May 9
Denver shooting victim was driving to work when he was killed: "Who would do this to him?"
Published February 10, 2023
Auto theft suspects drag two Denver officers before crashing vehicle
Published November 9, 2022

The past 30 days in Congress Park crime

  • There were 4 reported incidents of violent crime in the past 30 days. That's more than the 3 30 days before that and more than the monthly average in the last 12 months of 3.6 per month in Congress Park.
  • Domestic violence: 1 incident the past 30 days, 2 the 30 days before that. The 12-month monthly average is 1.7.
  • Sex assault: 2 incidents the past 30 days, 0 the 30 days before that. The 12-month monthly average is 0.8.
  • Robbery: No incidents the past 30 days, 1 the 30 days before that. The 12-month monthly average is 0.5.
  • Burglary: 8 incidents the past 30 days, 9 the 30 days before that. The 12-month monthly average is 4.0.
  • Property crimes: 40 incidents the past 30 days, 33 the 30 days before that. The 12-month monthly average is 27.1.
  • Car thefts: 15 incidents the past 30 days, 6 the 30 days before that. The 12-month monthly average is 6.9.
  • Bike thefts: 1 incident the past 30 days, 1 the 30 days before that. The 12-month monthly average is 1.8.

Compare Congress Park to its neighbors

See how Congress Park's reported crime rate compares with the neighborhoods it borders (City Park, Cherry Creek, Hale, Country Club, Cheesman Park).

Congress Park addresses with the most reported crime

These are the top Congress Park addresses in Denver that have had the most crime reports this year.

  1. No address given: 14
  2. E Colfax Ave / N Josephine St: 7
  3. E Colfax Ave / N Colorado Blvd: 6
  4. N Colorado Blvd / E Colfax Ave: 5
  5. 901 N Colorado Blvd: 4

Latest notable crimes in Congress Park

A Congress Park crime map and recent crime listing for homicides, serious assaults, burglaries and robberies.

Congress Park crime map

Reported assaults, by time of day

What time do most reported assaults in Congress Park happen?

Reported burglaries, by time of day

What time do most reported burglaries in Congress Park happen?

Reported robberies, by time of day

What time do most reported robberies in Congress Park happen?

Reported sexual assaults, by time of day

What time do most reported sexual assaults in Congress Park happen?

Latest homicides in Congress Park

Good news: Congress Park has had no reported homicides in the last 12 months.

Latest serious assaults in Congress Park

Latest robberies in Congress Park

Latest burglaries in Congress Park

  • Burglary of a residence without forced entry, Tuesday May 7, 8:27 PM, at 1315 N Columbine St.
  • Burglary of a residence with forced entry, Friday May 3, 2:00 PM, at 1164 N Fillmore St.
  • Burglary of a residence without forced entry, Sunday April 28, 7:15 AM, at 625 N Adams St.
  • Burglary of a residence without forced entry, Wednesday April 24, 2:24 AM, at 1321 N Jackson St.
  • Burglary of a residence with forced entry, Sunday April 21, 12:13 AM, at 1472 N Josephine St.
  • Burglary - other, Wednesday April 17, 10:50 PM, at 838 N Fillmore St.
  • Burglary - other, Wednesday April 17, 7:30 AM, at 1280 N Harrison St.
  • Burglary of a residence without forced entry, Tuesday April 16, 7:30 AM, at 1280 N Harrison St.
  • Burglary of a residence without forced entry, Thursday April 11, 8:30 PM, at 1165 N Columbine St.
  • Burglary of a residence with forced entry, Wednesday April 10, 10:45 PM, at 1401 N Garfield St.

New: Colorado state crime rate charts.

Crime in Congress Park, by day of the week

Congress Park property crimes, by day

The day of the week reported property crimes in Congress Park happen.

Congress Park violent crimes, by day

The day of the week reported violent crimes in Congress Park happen.

Monthly crimes in Congress Park

Monthly violent crime in Congress Park

Monthly property crime in Congress Park

So far this year, Congress Park ranks in reported crime rates:

Rankings range from 1st (worst) to 78th (best).

  • 61st (out of Denver's 78 neighborhoods) in violent crimes per 1,000 residents (up from 64th last year. 1.33 violent crimes per 1,000 residents this year, 1.16 up until this point last year)
  • 51st in population-adjusted property crimes (even ranking with in 2023. 10.85 property crimes per 1,000 residents in 2024, 14.15 in 2023)
  • 21st in population-adjusted sexual assaults (up from 59th in 2023. 0.36 sexual assaults per 1,000 residents in 2024, 0.09 in 2023)
  • 43rd in population-adjusted domestic violence crimes (up from 51st in 2023. 0.89 domestic violence crimes per 1,000 residents in 2024, 0.53 in 2023)
  • 55th in population-adjusted robberies (up from 61st in 2023. 0.27 robberies per 1,000 residents in 2024, 0.18 in 2023)
  • 46th in population-adjusted burglaries (up from 54th in 2023. 1.78 burglaries per 1,000 residents in 2024, 1.87 in 2023)
  • 59th in population-adjusted car thefts (down from 55th in 2023. 2.76 car thefts per 1,000 residents in 2024, 3.47 in 2023)
  • 29th in population-adjusted bike thefts (down from 25th in 2023. 0.36 bike thefts per 1,000 residents in 2024, 0.71 in 2023)
  • 51st in population-adjusted drug crimes (up from 58th in 2023. 0.62 drug crimes per 1,000 residents in 2024, 0.36 in 2023)

Compare Congress Park crime rate rankings in recent years

The lower the rank, the worse Congress Park's crime rate. There are 78 Denver neighborhoods, so the rankings are out of 78.

A table comparing Congress Park violent crime rates

Shown here are the population-adjusted crime rates for Congress Park.

Year Violent crime Domestic
violence
Sexual assault Robbery Aggravated
assault
2023 59th 63 53 64 59
2022 58th 60 54 54 56

A table comparing Congress Park property crime rates

Year Property
crime
Auto theft Bicycle theft Arson
2023 52nd 54 25 48
2022 53rd 49 22 26

A table comparing Congress Park burglary crime rates

Year Residential
burglary
Business
burglary
Burglary,
forced entry
Burglary,
unforced
2023 29 70 44 56
2022 34 74 62 44

See the full year-by-year rankings for Congress Park.

More: Compare crime rate rankings across all 78 Denver neighborhoods.

Featured: Read the April 2024 Denver-city crime report.

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