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NIBRS Transition Memo from FBI Director Comey - Dated June 2016
Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Advisory Policy Board (APB) recommendation: "The FBI UCR Program will transition to a NIBRS-only data collection by January 1, 2021 and will evaluate the probability of achieving that goal on an annual basis. Federal, state, local, and tribal agencies unable to meet the five year transition and who have committed to transitioning to NIBRS will collaborate with the FBI CJIS to develop a transition plan and timeline for conversion."
2019 NIBRS Technical Specification v-2.1
Cargo Theft User Manual .pdf Conversion of National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) Data to Cargo Theft Data Conversion of National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) Data to Hate Crime Data UCR Hate Crime Data Collection Guidelines Training Manual.pdf
NIBRS User Manual.pdf
UCR Quarterly - October 2022
UCR Quarterly - March 2022.pdf
UCR Quarterly - February 2021.pdf
UCR Quarterly - October 2020.pdf
UCR Quarterly - March 2020.pdf
UCR Quarterly - November 2019.pdf
UCR Quarterly - July 2019.pdf
UCR Quarterly - March 2019.pdf
UCR Quarterly - November 2018.pdf
UCR Quarterly - June 2018
UCR Quarterly - February 2018
UCR Quarterly - November 2017
UCR Quarterly - April 2017
UCR Quarterly - February 2017
State Repository User Manual
You must use Internet Explorer as your browser when accessing the Repository:NIBRS ProductionNIBRS CertificationONIBRS ProductionONIBRS Certification
O-NIBRS Systems Specification Document v3.6, updated March 2022
Note: This is a larger file, 140+ pages
To view or obtain submitted statistical Oregon Uniform Crime Reporting Data as of January 1, 2020, please select the Oregon Crime Data Dashboards. (Data contained within these dashboards is updated monthly.)
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