Police Accountability & Transparency - New Interactive Data Page
The San Mateo Police Department has launched a data transparency web page to include policing data, traffic collision information, and the existing crime map. Users can also request public records, obtain a police report, and access department policies and training plan through the police accountability portal.
The San Mateo Police Department continuously strives to be a progressive leader among law enforcement agencies. The department wants to ensure public information is accessible for review and use by members of the public. Access to public records is an important priority for us as we believe that public trust is essential to good community policing strategies and maintaining accountability.
Providing information online about the way we work and the policies that govern us is just one of San Mateo Police Department’s transparency initiatives. The ability to readily access public information encourages inclusion, keeps residents better informed about police department operations, crime trends, and encourages them to help us keep their community safe.
The policing data webpage displays data on the following:
- Citizen Initiated Calls
- Officer Initiated Calls
- Police Reports
- Internal Investigations
- Officer Involved Shootings
- Assault on Officers
- Use of Force
- Workforce Diversity
The traffic collision data webpage displays data on the following:
- Injury Collisions
- Hit-and-Run Collisions
- DUI-Related Collisions
- Private Property Collision
- Citation Information (coming soon)
- Safe Streets San Mateo Campaign
The crime mapping webpage displays data on the following:
- Calls for Service
- Crime Reports
- Missing Persons
We want to ensure that useful information about the police department can be easily found by citizens with a click of a button. Check back as more information is added in the future.
Data Transparency Web Page
Police Accountability Web Page