New York City Crime Map from the website: Crime data is provided in map format for the, “seven major NYS Penal Law felonies” (Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter, Rape, Robbery, Felonious Assault, Burglary, Grand Larceny and Grand Larceny Motor Vehicle. Attempted crimes are recorded as that crime with the exception of Attempted Murder which is recorded as a Felonious Assault.) A crime map can be presented cumulatively year to date, previous year cumulative and by any specific month in either period. The opening and default map views are of the most recent full month count of all seven major crimes. Crime reports have been aggregated to the intersection or street segment. Crimes are symbolically represented by shaded precinct geography when viewed zoomed out and by graduated points or a heat map shading when zoomed in...
NYPD Compstat 2.0 was launched in February 2016 - it also is a crime mapping tool
New York (N.Y.). Police Dept. Annual report of the Police Department of the City of New York. New York : Martin B. Brown, printer and stationer 1871 -
These reports are digitally available from Columbia University for the years 1885-1921.
NYPD Annual reports 1915-1922 are also available from HathiTrust
The District Attorney's wrote annual reports which include famous cases investigated and prosecuted.
New York (State). District Attorney (New York County, N.Y.) [Manhattan]: Annual report of the chief clerk of the District Attorney's Office, county of New York. Special Collections - KFN 6158 .A24a Holdings: 1940,1944,1946/1948-1949/1954,1977/1978-1979
A typescript copy of the DA Report for NY County for 1943 is available in the Special Collections Room by appointment.
Try searching CUNY+ with the following subject heading to find the various NYPD crime statistics publications:
Criminal statistics -- New York (State) -- New York -- Periodicals
The reports and information page on the NYPD website is where they post their occasional reports
A few articles discussing NYPD and Crime Statistics
Eterno, J. A., & Silverman, E. B. (2010). The NYPD's Compstat: compare statistics or compose statistics? International Journal Of Police Science & Management, 12(3), 426-449. doi:10.1350/ijps.2010.12.3.195
Compstat. Eli B. Silverman. Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement. Ed. Larry E. Sullivan, M. R. Haberfeld, Marie Simonetti Rosen, and Dorothy Moses Schulz. Vol. 1: State and Local. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Reference, 2005. p82-87.
Crime Statistics. Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives. Ed. David S. Clark. Vol. 1. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc., 2007. p336-337.
Crime Statistics and Reporting. Marvin D. Free, Jr. Encyclopedia of Race and Crime.. Ed. Helen Taylor Greene and Shaun L. Gabbidon. Vol. 1. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc., 2009. p161-165.
Crime Rates. Vincent F. Sacco. Encyclopedia of Social Problems. Ed. Vincent N. Parrillo. Vol. 1. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc., 2008. p182.
The NYPD Firearms Discharge Assault Reports were created as a response to Department Order SOP 9 (s. 69) - they are produced by the NYPD Police Academy Firearms and Tactics Section. These reports were discussed recently in the NY Times and obtained by the NY-ACLU from the NYPD by FOIL.
John Jay has these reports in paper form from 1986-2009, most of which were acquired as part of the James Fyfe Papers. Some are also available from the NYC and NY-ACLU websites. The NYPD aggregated some of the data from these reports 1971-2010 in charts they titled NYPD Shooting Restraint.
1997 Firearms Discharge Assault Report on the NY-ACLU website
1998 Firearms Discharge Assault Report on the NY-ACLU website
1999 Firearms Discharges on the NY-ACLU website
2000 Firearms Discharges on the NY-ACLU website
2001 Firearms Discharge Report on the NY-ACLU website
2002 Firearms Discharge Assault Report on the NY-ACLU website
2003 Firearms Discharge Report on the NY-ACLU website
2004 Firearms Discharge Assault Report on the NY-ACLU website
2005 Firearms Discharge Assault Report on the NY-ACLU website
2006 Firearms Discharge Report on the NY-ACLU website
2007 Annual Firearms Discharge Report on the NYC website
2009 Annual Firearms Discharge Report on the NYC website
2010 Annual Firarms Discharge Report on the NYC website
2011 Annual Firearms Discharge Report on the NYcwebsite
Dr. James Fyfe was a professor at John Jay College and held various positions in the NYPD, and a was specialist in the use of excessive force by Police. Here's a selection of his articles mentioning these reports.
Use of Force. Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement. Ed. Larry E. Sullivan, M. R. Haberfeld, Marie Simonetti Rosen, and Dorothy Moses Schulz. Vol. 1: State and Local. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Reference, 2005. p478-481.
Fyfe, James J. (1981). Who Shoots? A look at officer race and police shooting. Journal Of Police Science & Administration, 9(4), 367-382.
Evaluation of the New York City Police Department firearm training and firearm-discharge review process. Rand Corporation 2008. Special Collections or Reference - HV8148 .N52 E83 2008 also available as an ebook here and free to everyone
Weekly Crime Statistics from the NYPD "CompStat figures are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision. Crime statistics reflect New York State Penal Law definitions and differ from the crime categories to the F.B.I. Uniform Crime Reporting System."
See also, Columbia University, NYC Documents Guide, which lists many related statistical reports.
The NYPD Crime Map for New York City is available here.
See also the NYPD Crime Statistics page
Crime in the United States "...is an annual publication in which the FBI compiles volume and rate of crime offenses for the nation, the states, and individual agencies. This report also includes arrest, clearance, and law enforcement employee data. Use the new online UCR Data Tool to research crime statistics from as far back as 1960." The charts and tables available online might be easier to use in the book, available at Reference - HV6787 .A3 (1998-present) The latest volume available at the Reference Desk.
While this is national crime data, some of the tables are arranged by cities and counties, so it is possible to look at NYC data, for example, this table which arranges arrests trends by city and county.