MISSOURI CITY, TX
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Status Indicators: On Target | Monitoring Progress | Reviewing for Improvement | Neutral- Actual Figure | Project Not Scheduled to Begin Yet
Measure and Definition | click on each measure for more information
Measure and Definition |
Time elapsed between the receipt of a Fire or EMS call by the telecommunications operator to the arrival of the first Missouri City Fire Unit on scene.
Emergency Fire Calls: NFIRS coded Incident Type 100 Series and 300 Series, which includes all fires and medical first response incidents responded to in the Missouri City Fire & Rescue response jurisdiction.
Results are reported as the percentage of Emergency Incidents responded to within the target time of 08:30 (mm:ss).
Time elapsed between the receipt of a telephone call reporting a Priority Call situation by the telecommunications operator to the arrival of the first Missouri City Police Department unit on scene.
Results are reported as the percentage of Priority Calls responded to within the target time of 07:00 (mm:ss).
Priority Calls: Air Crash, Officer Emergency, Assault in Progress, Burglary in Progress, Mass Casualty/Industrial Accident, Police Pursuit, Robbery in Progress, and Train Accident.
Part I Crimes include:
Violent Crimes – aggravated assault, forcible rape, murder, and robbery.
Property Crimes – arson, burglary, larceny-theft, and motor vehicle theft.
The crime rate calculation is the number of FBI Part I crimes per 1,000 population within the jurisdiction. Population estimates in the NIBRS utilize Census population data.
Data for this measure is reported on a calendar year basis. 2022 will be updated in January of the following year.