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New Report Shows Downturns and Upticks in Silver Lake Crime

Updated: Dec 31, 2021



Northeast Division Senior Lead

Office Police Officer II Jose Ramirez




The latest crime stats for Northeast Silver Lake and adjacent Franklin Hills indicate downturns in violent crimes, rapes and several other categories, but upticks in burglaries from motor vehicles, other burglaries, and shootings. Northeast Division Senior Lead Office Police Officer II Jose Ramirez issued the report in advance of the Thanksgiving holiday to encourage people to lock their cars and secure access to their properties. “Thefts and burglaries continue to top the crime list and it is important to hide valuables from plain sight,” said SLO Ramirez. The Northeast Division recently launched a volunteer program to provide extra patrols in the community.


Crime Report: October 24 to November 13, 2021

Homicide – 0

Rape – 2

Robberies – 4

Aggravated assaults – 21

Gang crimes – 3

Shots fired – 4

Victims shot – 3

Burglary – 18

Theft – 33

Grand theft auto – 22

Burglary from motor vehicle – 57

Recovered stolen vehicles – 10

Violent crimes – 4

Property crimes – 27


For questions and to learn more about participating in volunteer patrols, please contact

Northeast Division Senior Lead Office Police Officer II Jose Ramirez


Email: 39570@LAPD.Online

Front desk: 323-561-3211 • Direct line: 213-793-0763

Non-Emergency Police Response: 1-877-275-5273 (Voice and TDD/TTY)

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