Sample Crime Map

Welcome to Winston Salem Crime, a free service for the people of Winston-Salem. This site, designed and developed by Hypothesis, allows you to search for and map reports of crimes.

Our functionality allows you to search for reported crime occurring within a specified distance from a location. You can narrow the results by crime category, specific crime, and date range.

Reporting crimes from August 28, 2006 to July 29, 2016


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Disclaimer: This site is not affiliated with the Winston-Salem Police Department. This site uses data of reported crime from the WSPD.
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