The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police has released its July 2020 Uniform Crime Report (UCR) statistics sheets citywide and for all six police zones.
The statistics, which cover July 1 to July 31 inclusive, are prepared by the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police Crime Analysis Unit.
It found that the City experienced an overall 7.4% increase in incidences of crime in July compared with the previous month, but a 16.8% decrease compared with July of 2019 and a 24.8% decrease when compared with the five-year average.
It should be noted that the more serious Part 1 crimes against the person and property decreased by 35.4% compared with July of last year and by 42.8% measured against the five-year average.
See graphics below for further detail and descriptions of Part 1 and Part 2 coded crimes.