This dataset contains statistics on the main offense classifications known as Part I crimes by type and month from 2008-present. The seven Part I offense classifications include the violent crimes of homicide, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault, and the property crimes of burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft. The FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program is a nationwide, cooperative statistical effort of nearly 18,000 city, university and college, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies voluntarily reporting data on crimes brought to their attention.
Traffic count data are provided as a public service by GBNRTC’s and member agencies.Traffic volumes are collected by manual and mechanical means and are hosted at anindependent site. They represent typical volumes likely to be found at a location. Countsare reviewed for accuracy but are subject to inaccuracies inherent in the collectionmethod and variability of traffic flows. Traffic data collected prior to and including 2012were uploaded in bulk, and may be subject to data transfer and processing errors.
Please be aware that errors may still exist even though reasonable efforts were made to identify and correct any errors.The data available is posted for informational purposes only. GBNRTC assumes no responsibility or any liability whatsoever, which may develop by users' review and use of this data. This data is periodically updated. Users are responsible to be aware of any updates and incorporate the updated data as may be appropriate for their work.
All tows performed on behalf of the Parking Violations Bureau. Call (716) 851-5369 and notify the representative if your car is impounded. Any outstanding tickets under the registered owners name and/or the titled owner must be paid, the vehicle must be registered and insured and all towing and storage charges satisfied in order to obtain a release form. If the police have a hold on the vehicle you will also need written authorization from the Police Department in order to retrieve the vehicle.
This dataset is a monthly breakdown of the amount of tonnage diverted from the landfill in the City of Buffalo. Garbage tonnage totals are included for comparison. Materials are diverted from landfills in different ways, including curbside recycling, electronics recycling, hazardous waste disposal, tire recycling, scrap metal recycling, yard waste recycling, and asphalt and sidewalk debris diversion.