NIBRS

AcronymDefinition
NIBRSNational Incident-Based Reporting System (US DoD)
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limitations of NIBRS in measuring sex crime); JUSTICE RESEARCH &
The NIBRS offender-victim relationship variable has one geographic element (the offender was a neighbor), but it is otherwise organized by the level of familiarity that the victim has with the offender (e.
Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition (1992) provides a non-technical program overview that focuses on definitions, policies, and procedures of the NIBRS.
DAVID FINKELHOR & RICHARD ORMROD, PROSTITUTION OF JUVENILES: PATTERNS FROM NIBRS 1 (2004), available at https://www.
DEP'T OF JUSTICE, CHILD PORNOGRAPHY: PATTERNS FROM NIBRS 6-7 (2004), available at https://www.
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5 percent committed other types of offenses, which are collected only in the NIBRS.
Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition (1992) provides a nontechnical program overview that focuses on definitions, policies, and procedures of the NIBRS.
Pinpointing the precise role of iPods in recent crimes is also difficult--for instance, NIBRS data do not report what type of item was stolen in sufficient detail to allow for a study (iPods are coded merely as "merchandise").
Patterns From NIBRS by David Finkelhor and Richard Ormrod.
NIBRS represents the next generation of crime data from law enforcement agencies.
This study focused on incidents of violent physical and sexual abuse of elderly persons known to law enforcement in Michigan from 2005 to 2009, demonstrating how NIBRS data can be used to describe the level and characteristics of elder abuse in a specific jurisdiction.