RPD Crime Statistics and Police Citizens Interactive Committee (PCIC)

RPD Crime Statistics are available at www.crimereports.com . Click on this link, then search for Rochester, NY. Zoom in on your area of concern then click on the crime icons to view more details. There are many options available for custimized searches, etc. Please visit the site and check it out for yourself. The information on the site is updated every few days and is available to you 24/7.  SEE the attachments below for a monthly recap by listing and crime maps for the SE Quadrant provided by RPD (subject to availablity).

As part of the monthly Police Citizens Interactive Committee (PCIC) meeting RPD reviews significant Rochester Police Department (RPD) Crime reports for the PSA 29 area which includes Browncroft.

The PCIC meets on the 2nd Wednesday each month at the SE NSC located at Village Gate on N. Goodman Street at 7:00 PM. The facility is located in a separate building to the north of the back parking lot near the railroad tracks. Look for the smoke stack. Please get to the meeting before 7 PM so the meeting can start promptly.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call your PSA 29 Crime Prevention Officer (CPO) at the South East Neighborhood Service Center 428-7640.

Some definitions for your reference provided by BNA Crime Prevention Committee:
Robbery, in law, felonious taking of property from a person against his will by threatening or committing force or violence. The injury or threat may be directed against the person robbed, his property, or the person or property of his relative or of anyone in his presence at the time of the robbery. There is no robbery unless force or fear is used to overcome resistance. Thus, surreptitiously picking a man's pocket or snatching something from him without resistance on his part is larceny, but not robbery.
Burglary is defined as the breaking and entering of the premises of another with an intent to commit a felony within.
Larceny is the "taking and carrying away of tangible personal property of another by trespass with intent to permanently (or for an unreasonable time) deprive the person of his interest in the property." Larceny must involve personal property, and it must be capable of being possessed, and carried away. Thus, real estate, services and other intangibles cannot be objects of larceny. The commission of larceny requires that someone else’s property actually be taken away, and the intent to take it, without paying for or returning it, must also be present. Both elements are needed by definition for larceny to occur.