Welcome to the Public Safety Crime Dashboard. This site is made available by the Department of Justice and Public Safety as a service to the public using Statistics Canada data.
The Department of Justice and Public Safety developed the public safety crime dashboards to improve the understanding of police-reported crime. The dashboards provide police-reported crime information in a centralized platform that is interactive to allow the user to look at trends, patterns, and relationships by using the available quantitative data.
Data can be visualized through interactive dashboards, crime can be filtered by police forces, by selecting a specific year, or even explored by violation type. Click on any graphic bars within the dashboards to filter the numbers for that specific year or by specific crime category.
Each dashboard shows violations that occurred over the past five years in New Brunswick. They also display the number of incidents cleared by charge or otherwise and the clearance rates.
The Summary page includes information on the Crime Severity Index for New Brunswick and the other Atlantic provinces and Canada as a whole. These rates can also be broken down into the Violent Crime Severity Index and the Non-Violent Crime Severity Index.
The other dashboards provide detailed information by violation categories such as Violations against Persons, Violations against Property, Criminal Code Traffic Violations, Other Criminal Code Violations and Drug Violations. These dashboards are also interactive, and violations categories can be filtered by police forces, specific year, or by type of violation.