2016 SNL Regular Program Dates June 29, 2016 through August 6, 2016, Wednesdays-Fridays All locations vs 2015
5.7 % increase in Part l crime
18 of 32 sites did not see an increase or change in Part l crimes
36.4 % increase in gang-related crime (45 crimes in 2016, as compared to 33 in 2015)
26 of 32 sites did not see an increase or change in gang related crimes
Additional Crime Statistic Data
- After 12 straight years of declining crime in Los Angeles, the city experienced an uptick in criminal acts in the first part of 2015.
- As of September 7, 2016, there has been a 5.7% increase in Part I Crime Year to Date (YTD), and a 12% increase in Total Violent Crime YTD.
- LAPD crime numbers in past years, included a misclassification of 1,200 violent felony assaults as misdemeanors, thus making it appear that serious violent crime was going down when in fact it went up by 14%.
- The difference between what was run in 2014 and this year is a result of reclassifications of crimes and the classification of crimes as Gang related. Since last 2014’s run was generated shortly after the crimes were added to CCAD. Twelve (12) crimes for the 2014 date range were either reclassified to one of the 11 Gang crimes or were classified as Gang related, sometime during the past year.
2015 SNL Impact/Highlights
|Site Visits||723,507 visits across all 32 SNL sites|
452,192 total meals served
|Programming Highlights||7,574 participants attended Zumba clinics at the 32 sites
503 participants received free HIV/STD testing and information
21,990 community members participated in an SNL art workshop featuring classes such as acrylics, mosaic art, silk-screening, and edible gardening
|Sports Programming||9,642 youth participants in sports leagues – basketball, soccer, softball (LA84 Foundation)
Sports clinics (LA Kings, LA Galaxy, LA D-fenders, Play Rubgy USA, CHIVAS USA, and WNBA/Coca Cola)
Supplemental sports such as dodge ball, flag football, volleyball, Zumba, ultimate obstacle course, ping pong and 3 point shooting contests offered on a drop-in basis
|Job Creation||1,017 local jobs created325 at-risk youth hired and provided on-going training|