Reminder... A National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) resource page has been developed and posted to the web page to assist agencies in the transition to NIBRS. Some resources have been providing directly from the FBI, while others have been developed during the I-UCR Program’s NIBRS implementation planning phase. The resource page will include monthly updates on NIBRS transition activities when there is viable information to share. The resource page can be accessed by clicking on the NIBRS logo located in the upper right hand corner of the web page.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has announced the JusticeConnect website for UCR Trainers through the Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal (LEEP) is now accessible. This website is officially taking the place of the UCR Trainers Special Interest Group through LEEP, which is where users accessed the NIBRS computer-based tutorials. Information on how to access the JusticeConnect website has been added to the NIBRS Resources depot.
September 13, 2019
The I-UCR Program has identified a web browser issue causing problems with agency Index Crime reporting, specifically in Criminal Homicides. Additional information can be found in the document below.
Agencies are no longer tasked with submitting any UCR data that occurred in 2014 or earlier. As this data will be deleted from I-UCR records on August 1, 2019, agencies will need only to submit reports for incidents from January 1, 2015 to present.
July 9, 2019
The Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD) has been posted in the NIBRS Depot located in the upper right hand corner of the web page. It is critical to provide the IEPD to your report management system (RMS) vendor to ensure necessary modifications are incorporated to prepare for the NIBRS transition. Questions on the content, from either vendor or agency personnel, should be directed via email to ISP.IUCR.Program@illinois.gov to allow forwarding to the appropriate personnel.
June 28, 2019
Effective August 1, 2019, Illinois Uniform Crime Reporting Program data submitted prior to 2015 will be deleted and will no longer be available. Additional information on what will be the annual data deletion process can be found in the document below.
The FBI has designated March 18, 2019, as the deadline date to accept 2018 Index Crime records for publication in Crime in the United States 2018. To meet this deadline, your records must be entered by close of business March 17, 2019. The FBI will not publish an agency’s data if all twelve months have not been submitted.
February 20, 2019
The verification process for 2018 Index Crime statistics to be published in Crime in Illinois 2018 will begin on March 1, 2019, and conclude on March 31, 2019. The reporting tool will again be used to verify statistics. ONLY agencies that have been approved to submit paper reporting forms for the 2018 reporting year will receive verification reports and instructions via e-mail. Refer to the attachment below for additional information regarding the electronic verification process and the FBI’s publication deadline date.
An omission of an offense that should be reported in Index Crimes, aggravated battery/aggravated assault, has been identified. Specifics can be accessed by clicking on the link below and it is requested agencies review and modify statistics as necessary prior to March 31, 2019.
Crime in Illinois is published annually by
the Illinois State Police, documenting reported crimes
in Illinois cities and counties. The report also covers
special jurisdictions such as universities and park district