For visits up to 90 days. Statistics Canada said the drop is due decreases in … However, compared to 'Major Property' offences, a number of suburban residential neighbourhoods have slightly higher rates of minor property crimes including several in the southeast (Wildwood, Lakeview, Lakeridge and Briarwood), in the northeast (Sutherland, Forest Grove, Erindale, Arbor Creek, and Silverspring) and just to the northwest of the South Saskatchewan River (River Heights, Lawson Heights and Silverwood Heights). In fact, all were below 2 indicating low multicollinearity thus strengthening the predictive value of the regression models. Impaired driving over 8 times the average. Other 'disadvantaged' neighbourhoods on the west side of the river include King George (34%), Holiday Park (21%), Meadowgreen (35%), Westmount (37%), Caswell Hill (26%), Kelsey-Woodlawn (29%), Mayfair (26%), Massey Place (27%) and Confederation Park (21%). 6. Police say coronavirus self-isolation affecting Saskatoon crime. Regression model # 4, which measures minor property crime, has a slightly smaller adjusted R2 value of .596 and identifies apartment high-rises (APT_HIGH_RISE), youth who are not at school (YOUTH_NO_SC) and dwellings that are rented (DWEL_RENTED) as the most important predictors. In Saskatchewan, that was 13,829 per 100,000 people. The crime severity index — a statistic that measures the relative seriousness of reported crimes — was 17 per cent higher in rural areas than urban areas, according to the report. Saskatoon has the highest violent crime rate in Canada, although crime rates are dropping. the rate was 10,138 violations per 100,000 people. The SPS said an increase in violent crime was a theme across the country.
Statistics Canada said the drop is due decreases in homicide, theft of $5,000 or under, fraud, and motor vehicle theft. Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics.
Saskatoon had eight homicides in 2018 resulting in a rate of 2.44 per 100 thousand; while the provincial rate was 2.93 and the national rate was 1.76.
The mayor noted city council increased the SPS budget to allocate space for 11 new officers in 2020. Statistics Canada also said Saskatoon recorded a 15 per cent decrease in motor vehicle thefts in 2017, property crime declined five per cent while there was seven per cent less drug charges between 2016 and 2017. Cooper said the numbers released in the report are no surprise, but police are concerned with the consistency of offending. It is clear, then, that the majority of residents in all of Saskatoon's neighbourhoods are non-Aboriginal suggesting that issues of victimization, crime and socio-economic status impact a much wider segment of city's population.
In urban settings across the country, there were 5,051 Criminal Code violations per 100,000 people in 2017. More than half of the growth is due to immigration. Regression model # 2 points very clearly and directly to a troublesome association between violent crime and Aboriginal people in Saskatoon.