Crime Mapping is an interactive crime mapping program that allows the user to search the City of Norfolk by address, landmark or zip code in the City of Norfolk for certain types of crimes that have occurred over the previous 90 days.
Citizens may sign up for crime alerts from CrimeMapping by providing their email address, the neighborhood they would like to monitor, and the types of crimes they would like to include in the alert. Your email address will be used to provide crime alerts only, and will never be sold or provided to persons outside the police department.
The Norfolk Police Department crime mapping program provides public access to crime data in the City of Norfolk. The data is available for crimes that have been reported in the last 90 days. You can search the data by crime type within proximity to an address, intersection or landmark. You can also print summary reports and/or maps using the data. The website is for informational purposes only. All data and geographic locations on maps are approximate. The information is provided to the public strictly as a courtesy and not as an obligation.
The Norfolk Police Department makes no guarantee, express or implied, about the accuracy, completeness, timeliness or sequencing of the information. The Norfolk Police Department is not liable to users for any direct, indirect, special, consequential, or incidental losses or damages of any kind or character resulting from or arising out of the use of this website. Any use of the information for commercial purposes is strictly prohibited.