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Police investigations of pedestrians and vehicles from the Philadelphia Police Department. Provides details related to the location of the investigation, type of investigation, demographics of the individual investigated, and the actions taken.
Please note that this is a large dataset and therefore CSV and SHP files might give an error when you try to download them. If possible, use the API link below, instead of CSV/SHP formats, to access the data. If you can’t use the API and you have trouble downloading the full CSV or SHP files, we’ve split up the dataset by year. Please be sure to download data for all of the years to see the full dataset. You can learn more about how to use the API at Carto’s SQL API site and in the Carto guide in the section on making calls to the API.
|Created||April 21, 2016|
|License||Other (City of Philadelphia)|