Crimes on Halloween in San Francisco

Happy belated Halloween, San Francisco!

I think you had a great one. You might have met your friends, worn amazing costumes, and gone to drink at the bar. By the way, do you know what crimes happened at that time?

Crimes on October 31st 2015

Below are the details.

Category of CrimesNumber of Crimes
ARSON1
ASSAULT47
BURGLARY7
DISORDERLY CONDUCT1
DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE1
DRUG/NARCOTIC5
DRUNKENNESS1
FRAUD6
LARCENY/THEFT98
LIQUOR LAWS1
MISSING PERSON26
NON-CRIMINAL54
OTHER OFFENSES42
ROBBERY16
SECONDARY CODES5
SEX OFFENSES, FORCIBLE4
STOLEN PROPERTY4
SUSPICIOUS OCC11
TRESPASS2
VANDALISM15
VEHICLE THEFT25
WARRANTS14
WEAPON LAWS4

※ NON-CRIMINAL is to involve or be involved with crime. For example, LOST and FOUND PROPERTY, DEATH REPORT, and so on.
※ OTHER OFFENSES is for example, TRAFFIC VIOLATION.
※ SECONDARY CODES is for example, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.

In my opinion, as a result, there was nothing special. According to SF OpenData, the total number of crimes was 390. 2014’s average number a day is 411, so it wasn’t many. There were a bit more ASSAULTs than usual. Actually, I expected there were more crimes like DRUNKENNESS, DRUG, and SEX OFFENSES because people would be under the influence of alcohol. Although this is just one day’s data, maybe we simply enjoyed Halloween.

Start

I’m starting an internship as a software engineer in San Francisco.

Prototype Engineer

As a software engineer, I make workable prototypes with IoT, wearable and sensor devices. We will suggest prototypes to local companies and send the information we learned back to the main company in Japan. Also, I might work as a test developer of the new device’s SDK, which is either the alpha or beta versions.

I respect a product designer. He talked about prototypes in his blog.

My work is to create prototypes. It makes the researcher’s dream a reality and allows us to experience the future just a bit earlier.

I’m getting so excited.

Introduction

I’m @kenzan8000.

My favorite things to do are reading comics, surfing the internet and traveling. Recently, I started cycling. On this blog, I’d like to write about learning English, staying in San Francisco and making things.