NIBRS

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NIBRSNational Incident-Based Reporting System (US DoD)
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Akiyama and Nolan [1] outlined the structure of the NIBRS data set and provided methods for understanding and analyzing the data.
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.g., the offender was a friend or acquaintance) or by family ties (e.g., the offender was a spouse or sibling).
* Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook, NIBRS Edition (1992) provides a non-technical program overview that focuses on definitions, policies, and procedures of the NIBRS.
* 1.9 percent were victims of other types of hate crime offenses, which are collected only in the NIBRS. (Based on Table 2.)
This information was matched to records collected from 763 jurisdictions in the relevant states from the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), a database of local police reports.
The CFC serves as the state crime reporting repository using the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting Program's National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) to collect crime information.
In summary, this study, over the 5-year period, found that 3.3 percent of all incidents reported via NIBRS (National Incident-Based Reporting System) involved school locations.
The Uniform Crime Reporting Program recently developed a reporting system, the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), to offer the law enforcement and the academic communities more comprehensive data for management, training, planning, research, and other uses.
And the larger the database, the more time-consuming the chore of data verification and data cleaning; neither UCR nor NIBRS handles the national volume of data at anywhere close to real time, even though the smaller volume Wanted Persons and emergency alerts are handled with efficiency.
NIBRS, it seems, wants to know in every case whether the subjects involved were or were not Hispanic.
They are cooperating with the FBI's National Incident-Based Reporting System, or NIBRS, adopting modern record-keeping.