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Fetch crime statistics from the ExpenseCheck crime statistics API.

Project description

PyCrime

Fetch crime statistics from the ExpenseCheck crime statistics API.

Installation

PyPi is the easiest:

pip install pycrime

Usage

Create a new API client with:

from pycrime import CrimeClient


client = CrimeClient(jwt=<your-token>)

Please replace <your-token> with your API token as a string.

Fetch crime statistics based on postcode with:

client.locality_statistics(3000)

Here, the postcode for Melbourne's CBD, 3000, has been used. Please substitute for the postcode of interest. The return value is a dict containing shaped like the following:

{
    'localityTheftRate': 27524.8484848485,  # per 100k population
    'stateTheftRate': 3448.8149871704,      # per 100k population
    'theftStateAnomaly': 698.0958267475     # percentage
}

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