Manitoba RCMP Monthly Police-Reported Crime Statistics – June 2022 – DiscoverWestman.com

Manitoba RCMP Monthly Police-Reported Crime Statistics – June 2022

– Press release

Service calls – June 2021 to June 2022:

East district: – 16% (8,695 to 7,262)

West district: – 1% (5,121 to 5,080)

North Quarter: -7% (7,159 to 6,634)

Overall, the districts’ combined number of occurrences decreased by 10% (from 20,975 to 18,976), with decreases in all districts and the Eastern Manitoba District seeing the largest decline of 16 %.

By division, crimes against the person decreased by 24% (from 1,906 to 1,783) and crimes against property increased by 60% (from 2,578 to 3,110) compared to June 2021.

For a list of communities served by each district, please visit: https://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/mb/stats/districts-eng.htm.

Eastern District of Manitoba

In June 2022, the Eastern District of Manitoba reported decreases in all categories except property crime over the same period in 2021. The following increases and decreases are highlighted:

Routine police activities

There was an overall decrease of 11% (989 to 877) while Wellness Checks increased by 19% (131 to 156), but the Peacemaking subcategory decreased by 29% (227 at 162).

Crimes against the person

This category saw an overall decrease of 18% (488 to 400); specifically noted, sexual offenses decreased by 29% (from 55 to 39) and assaults decreased by 20% (from 300 to 241).

Crimes against property

Overall, there was a very minimal increase of 2% (900 to 922), with the largest increase being fraud of 51% (53 to 80). Thefts under $5,000 and break and enters both increased similarly, up 31% (from 166 to 218) and 30% (from 90 to 117), respectively. Meanwhile, arson has decreased by 43% (7 to 4) and mischief has decreased by 20% (462 to 371).

fight against drugs

Overall, dealing with drugs decreased by 59% (from 49 to 21), possession by 60% (from 20 to 8) and trafficking by 54% (from 24 to 11).

Western District of Manitoba

In June 2022, the Western District of Manitoba reported an increase in property crimes, but an overall decrease in other categories. Are highlighted:

Routine police activities

Overall, the category decreased very slightly by 1% (649 to 641), with the biggest drop seen in Suspicious Persons/Vehicles/Goods down 17% (301 to 249), while the biggest increase occurred in wellness checks up 36% (83 to 113). ).

Crimes against the person

The category decreased overall by 4% (from 367 to 353) and the assault subcategory decreased by 14% (from 228 to 197).

Crimes against property

There was an overall increase of 21% (681 to 821); Thefts under $5,000 increased by 79% (140 to 251) and possession of stolen goods increased by 62% (13 to 21), while break and enters decreased by 11% (114 to 101 ).

fight against drugs

The fight against drugs decreased overall by 13% (46 to 40), more specifically, possession decreased by 23% (13 to 10) and trafficking decreased by 22% (27 to 21).

Northern District of Manitoba

In June 2022, compared to June 2021, of all four categories, Manitoba’s Northern District reported the largest increase in property crime and the largest decrease in routine police activity. The following increases and decreases are highlighted:

Routine police activities

There was an overall decrease of 16% (from 1087 to 912), the largest specific drop in the Peacemaking sub-category of 28% (from 524 to 376).

Crimes against the person

Overall, this category decreased by 2% (from 1,051 to 1,030), with the largest decrease being that of sexual assault at 32% (from 56 to 38).

Crimes against property

Overall, there was a 37% increase (from 997 to 1,367); specifically, thefts over $5,000 increased by 70% (from 23 to 39), mischiefs increased by 29% (from 766 to 1,065) and break and enters increased by 27% (from 73 at 93).

fight against drugs

Overall, the drug enforcement category decreased by 16% (from 56 to 47) and trafficking by 39% (from 39 to 33).

Full statistics are available here: https://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/mb/stats/index-eng.htm.

Any questions about the statistics can be directed to the Manitoba RCMP Media Relations Unit.