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NYPD Arrest Data (Year To Date)
- This month we are analyzing NYPD Arrest Data!
- Can you explore the nature of police enforcement activity.
Acknowledgment : NYC Open Data
|ARREST_KEY||Randomly generated persistent ID for each arrest||Plain Text|
|ARREST_DATE||Exact date of arrest for the reported event||Date & Time|
|PD_CD||Three digit internal classification code (more granular than Key Code)||Number|
|PD_DESC||Description of internal classification corresponding with PD code (more granular than Offense Description)||Plain Text|
|KY_CD||Three digit internal classification code (more general category than PD code)||Number|
|OFNS_DESC||Description of internal classification corresponding with KY code (more general category than PD description)||Plain Text|
|LAW_CODE||Law code charges corresponding to the NYS Penal Law, VTL and other various local laws||Plain Text|
|LAW_CAT_CD||Level of offense: felony, misdemeanor, violation||Plain Text|
|ARREST_BORO||Borough of arrest. B(Bronx), S(Staten Island), K(Brooklyn), M(Manhattan), Q(Queens)||Plain Text|
|ARREST_PRECINCT||Precinct where the arrest occurred||Number|
|JURISDICTION_CODE||Jurisdiction responsible for arrest. Jurisdiction codes 0(Patrol), 1(Transit) and 2(Housing) represent NYPD whilst codes 3 and more represent non NYPD jurisdictions||Number|
|AGE_GROUP||Perpetrator’s age within a category||Plain Text|
|PERP_SEX||Perpetrator’s sex description||Plain Text|
|PERP_RACE||Perpetrator’s race description||Plain Text|
|X_COORD_CD||Midblock X-coordinate for New York State Plane Coordinate System, Long Island Zone, NAD 83, units feet (FIPS 3104)||Number|
|Y_COORD_CD||Midblock Y-coordinate for New York State Plane Coordinate System, Long Island Zone, NAD 83, units feet (FIPS 3104)||Number|
|Latitude||Latitude coordinate for Global Coordinate System, WGS 1984, decimal degrees (EPSG 4326)||Number|
|Longitude||Longitude coordinate for Global Coordinate System, WGS 1984, decimal degrees (EPSG 4326)||Number|
|New Georeferenced Column||Point|
Data DNA – Dataset Challenge November 2021
Welcome to the Microsoft Power BI – UK November 2021 Data DNA – Dataset Challenge!
This month we will be visualizing the NYPD Arrest Data (Year To Date)
Data DNA – Dataset Challenge November 2021 – Winner
This month’s winning visualization is by –
Data DNA – Dataset Challenge November 2021 – Runners Up
This month’s runner up visualization are by – Chibuzor Azodo, Jaka Eka Sembodo, Bankim Ghosh, Ifedayo Afesojaye