Property Crime

The Property Crime Rate gives us a better understanding of non-violent crime happening in Edmonton, specifically property offences. This indicator supports being a Healthy City, one of the goals of ConnectEdmonton.
Property crimes represent the volume of criminal offences in the form of unlawful taking or destruction of privately-owned properties. It is measured by the number of property crimes per 100,000 population. 
Edmonton has seen a 14% increase in property crime from 2021 to 2022 (5,057.53 property crimes per 100,000 population). The 2022 Edmonton result is higher than the national average (3,314.20).
Incident-based crime statistics
The data is based on the Uniform Crime Reporting Survey reported by Statistics Canada.