This infographic is a summary of our 45 page OSSSI report on the health and educational outcomes of Boys of Color in Oakland. Grab the full deck here for much more detail.
The FAC Profile on Oakland and Alameda County is a data profile with detailed measures on asset poverty, produced by Urban Strategies Council, CFED, Alameda County Community Asset Network and Citi Bank. Oakland Households in poverty
The FAC Data Snapshot on Alameda County is a data profile with detailed measures on asset poverty, produced by Urban Strategies Council, CFED, Alameda County Community Asset Network and Citi Bank.
In addition to the full report, this Executive Summary is a brief factsheet of the most critical pieces featured in the full report.
Since 2010, Urban Strategies Council has produced and published a snapshot of violent crime in Alameda County using data made available by the FBI Uniform Crime Reports. The fact sheet is produced as a part of the Alameda County Violence Prevention Blueprint, led by Supervisor Nate Miley, and is intended to help guide decision-making as it related [...]
As part of our work in supporting the Alameda County Violence Prevention Initiative we recently produced an update of our county Violence Fact Sheet. According to the 2012 uniform crime reports, Alameda County had higher rates of violent crime than California and the Nation. Over the past decade, 2003 to 2013, Alameda County has become [...]
The Eden Area Community Profile 2013 was commissioned by Alameda County Supervisor Nate Mileyto provide both a new baseline for understanding the five diverse communities in the Eden Area and to evaluate the changes since the initial profile was prepared. It is intended to support the work of Phase II of the Eden Area Livability [...]
Over the last 10 years, the rate of violent crimes has steadily increased in Alameda County. This trend is in contrast to statewide and national rates that have declined. As of 2012, the rate of violent crime in the county is one and a half times higher than the statewide rate. As part of our [...]
Since 2008, Alameda County's violent crime rate declined by just 18%, nearly twice the decline seen in the USA and California overall. In 2010 Alameda County's violent crime rate exceeded the statewide rate by 50%. In 2010 Oakland ranked as the most violent city in California with a rate of 1,529 violent crimes per 100,000 people. Over the [...]
The City of Oakland data profile features city data covering: Demographics Race & ethnicity Crime Reentry Employment Housing Foreclosure Health Education