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August 13th

Crime Thunder Bay North Thunder Bay South Thunder Bay Total Sudbury Total
911 Or Other Crimes 2 1 3 2
Weapons Offense 2 1 3 2
Property Crimes 57 47 104 53
Breaking & Entering 10 14 24 17
Property Crime 8 9 17 7
Theft 26 18 44 27
Theft from Vehicle 10 5 15 0
Theft of Vehicle 3 1 4 2
Quality of Life Crimes 49 33 82 0
Disorder 20 11 31 0
Drugs 1 7 8 0
Liquor 28 15 43 0
Violent Crimes 10 16 26 19
Assault 9 11 20 10
Robbery 1 2 3 9
Sexual Assault 0 2 2 0
Total Incidents 118 97 215 74

 

Homicides

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Year to Date
Sudbury 0 0 0 0 0               0
Thunder Bay 0 1 4 1 0               6

 

Sudbury By comparison, between 2007 and 2016, Sudbury's homicide rate averaged 1.15 a year. Canada has a whole had a rate of 1.80 in 2017, with the 10-year average sitting at 1.67.
Thunder Bay On the high end of the scale, Thunder Bay (5.80) had the dubious distinction of having Canada's highest rate among the nation's largest cities, followed Abbotsford-Mission (4.72) and Edmonton (3.49).
Link https://www.sudbury.com/police/sudburys-murder-rate-increased-in-2017-1145302

 

Populations  
Sudbury 161,531
Thunder Bay 108,359

 

Thunder Bay maintained its title as the murder capital of Canada in 2018, For the third consecutive year - and the fourth time in the last five years The city reported the second-highest score under the national violent crime severity index, at 159.7, trailing only Winnipeg (161.4) in the category, which measures the overall volume and severity of violent crime. The figure is nearly double the Canadian average of 82.4 among census metropolitan areas. On a per capita basis, Thunder Bay Police investigate missing persons reports at a rate nearly five times higher than their counterparts in Toronto. Figures released this week by the Thunder Bay Police Service show there were 850 missing persons reports last year, or about 732 per 100,000 population.

 

Opioid Deaths

  Population 2017 2018 2019
North Bay Parry Sound Health Unit 128,404 9    
Sudbury & District 199,811 34 32  
Algoma Health Unit 113, 084. 22 27  
District of Thunder Bay Health Unit 153,988 31 44  
Northwest Health Unit 81,899 2    

 

Crime Stats April to July 2019

 

April to July 2019

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