Birmingham Community Safety Partnership's website was given a makeover after it won an international map competition.
Earlier this year the partnership, which is responsible for delivering crime reduction initiatives across the city, won best map in the 8th Annual International Crime Mapping Conference held in Savannah, Georgia, USA.
The map shows priority neighbourhoods across the city based on crime figures.
Coun Jim Whorwood (Lib Dem South Yardley), cabinet member for local services and community safety, said: "Community safety is a key priority for the council and is a key concern for Birmingham citizens.
"It is essential that we use the latest means of communication and this website is an example of how BCSP is determined to provide an excellent and relevant service.
"This improved website will enable agencies and the wider community to see what the city and its partners are doing to make Birmingham a safer place for us all to live."
The organisation is a partnership of Birmingham City Council, West Midlands Police, Birmingham Health Services, Birmingham Voluntary Services Council, West Midlands Fire Service, and National Probation Service - West Midlands.
BCSP has six priorities which include creating a safer and cleaner city, providing effective drug treatment and reducing gang violence.