The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is contracting with the Lexis Nexis tool RAIDS Online to provide crime reporting, community awareness, and data
transparency to the public. Citizens can view the reported crimes on a map or in a table.
The Sheriff’s Department uploads completed crime reports to Lexis Nexis on a daily basis. The data does not include general calls for service or police activity where there was no crime report.
In addition, some event types are withheld to comply with the law and to protect the rights of victims in cases such as sexual assaults, crimes against children, domestic violence, and calls that are medical in nature.
Some case data may change if an ongoing investigation identifies more information about the crime.
Citizens can view the categories of crimes being reported and click on a specific incident to view the following information:
Type the City or Area name in the Address field to display that specific area on the map. For example, Fair Oaks, CA 95628, or the Zip Code to display the area known as Fair Oaks.
Note: Jump to City does not contain all of the city names in Sacramento County. Enter the city of area name or Zip Code into the Address field to locate the area you want.
In the menus to the left of the screen, select Data Range to display options for selecting a time frame by interval (day, week, month), by selecting specific dates with a calendar widget, or to activate a slider
that enables adjusting the date range with the slide of your mouse.
In the menus to the left of the screen, click Agency Layers to display the law enforcement agencies providing data for the area currently displayed on the map. Under Sacramento County Sheriff, clicking City Jurisdictions adds
shading to the city areas in the County to help you locate the area you want.
When you select an area on the map, the Events menu shows checkmarks to show the types of crime currently displayed.
If you only want to see specific crime types, select or deselect the types on the list to display only those types on the map.
The data for sex and known offenders shown on these maps is from Offender Watch data provided by the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.
The Analytics Layer overlays color on the maps to show where the greatest amount of crime occurs.
A mobile version of RAIDS Online is available for iOS
Do not submit tips through the mobile application. To submit a crime tip for the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, use the Sheriff’s Tip Line.
The information displayed on the RAIDSOnline.com website is susceptible to some degree of error due to the collection, entry, and geo-processing of the data. No warranty or guarantee is made nor implied regarding the content, geographic accuracy,
timeliness, completeness, sequence, or accuracy of any of the information provided herein. The reader should not rely on the data provided herein for any reason. The information is provided strictly as a courtesy to the public.
Under no circumstances should any member of the public take any action on their own behalf as it relates to the information provided on the RAIDSOnline.com website, other than notifying the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department with information they wish to share. If you have information that may solve a crime,
contact the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department at 916-874-5115. In the event the information is an emergency, then call 9-1-1.