Country Club, Denver, crime stats, map, news and analysis for the month of September 2023.

September’s notable crimes in Country Club

A Country Club crime map and recent crime listing for homicides, serious assaults, burglaries and robberies.

Country Club crime map

September homicides in Country Club

Good news: Country Club has had no reported homicides in September.

September serious assaults in Country Club

Good news: Country Club has had no reported assaults in September.

September robberies in Country Club

Good news: Country Club has had no reported robberies in September.

September burglaries in Country Club

The 2 reported burglaries in Country Club in September.

  • Burglary of a business with forced entry, Saturday Sept. 23, 4:50 AM, at 1200 E 8th Ave.
  • Burglary of a residence without forced entry, Monday Sept. 4, 6:00 PM, at 524 N Downing St.

Crime ranking changes from August to September

There were 4 ranking changes in major crime categories when comparing the rankings from August to September. The lower the rank the worse the reported crime rate is in Country Club.

See all the Country Club crime rate ranking changes.

Country Club crime counts for September, in comparison

Violent crimes in Country Club

Violent crime in September was even in Denver from August, and even compared against September 2022, and even compared with the 2023 average of 0 violent crimes per month.

Serious assaults in Country Club

Serious assault in September was even in Denver from August, and even compared against September 2022, and even compared with the 2023 average of 0 serious assaults per month.

Property crimes in Country Club

Property crime in September was up in Denver from August, and down compared against September 2022, and up compared with the 2023 average of 10 property crimes per month.

Burglaries in Country Club

Burglary in September was down in Denver from August, and down compared against September 2022, and up compared with the 2023 average of 1 burglaries per month.

Neighbors report, September 2023

How does the overall crime-rate ranking of Country Club compare to its neighboring neighborhoods, Speer, Congress Park, Capitol Hill, Washington Park, Cherry Creek, Country Club, Cheesman Park.

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

Violent Crime

  • 16. Capitol Hill
  • 41. Speer
  • 43. Cherry Creek
  • 57. Cheesman Park
  • 63. Congress Park
  • 71. Washington Park
  • 79. Country Club

Property Crime

  • 9. Cherry Creek
  • 20. Capitol Hill
  • 28. Speer
  • 37. Cheesman Park
  • 62. Congress Park
  • 64. Washington Park
  • 66. Country Club

Aggravated Assault

  • 16. Capitol Hill
  • 52. Speer
  • 54. Cherry Creek
  • 59. Cheesman Park
  • 60. Congress Park
  • 72. Washington Park
  • 79. Country Club

Sexual Assault

  • 11. Capitol Hill
  • 20. Speer
  • 32. Congress Park
  • 41. Washington Park
  • 42. Cheesman Park
  • 54. Cherry Creek
  • 78. Country Club

Domestic Violence

  • 22. Capitol Hill
  • 35. Congress Park
  • 54. Speer
  • 60. Washington Park
  • 75. Cherry Creek
  • 77. Cheesman Park
  • 78. Country Club

Robbery

  • 19. Cherry Creek
  • 21. Capitol Hill
  • 27. Speer
  • 33. Cheesman Park
  • 52. Congress Park
  • 68. Washington Park
  • 77. Country Club

Burglary

  • 27. Capitol Hill
  • 28. Cherry Creek
  • 31. Speer
  • 33. Country Club
  • 40. Washington Park
  • 42. Cheesman Park
  • 65. Congress Park

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