NIBRS Conversion Services
The FBI is phasing out the UCR summary reporting program. By 2021, NIBRS will be in place nationwide. Not to be taken lightly, converting to NIBRS requires planning, deep expertise in data management and NIBRS standards, RMS and field reporting technology and more.
How We Can Help
From updating tables, databases and pick-lists to converting data, our end-to-end services go far beyond the vendor including planning, implementation, testing, education/training, and certification. We can complete this time consuming work on your behalf. Read about converting to NIBRS and how we can help.
PRI: Expertise Unrivaled
When law enforcement needs help with crime data they call us. PRI is the premier provider of UCR / NIBRS training, auditing and consulting solutions. From high-profile audits to training seminars, you won’t find the collection of extensive crime reporting and UCR expertise that PRI has anywhere else. We bring on-the-job experience from 4 perspectives: practitioner, technologist, records management and law enforcement. Our staff has worked in all of these positions providing the necessary skill set for transitioning to NIBRS and conducting crime reporting the right way.
State Agency Services
We assist state LEA with NIBRS planning and implementation to include:
- Feasibility studies and readiness assessments
- Economic impact analysis
- Implementation planning
- IT systems assessments, design and implementation
There are 58 numbered data elements and 11 structural data elements comprising the NIBRS data structure. They are grouped into 8 segment levels as follows:
• Level 1–Administrative Segment
• Level 2–Offense Segment
• Level 3–Property Segment
• Level 4–Victim Segment
• Level 5–Offender Segment
• Level 6–Arrestee Segment
• Level 7–Group B Arrest Report Segment
• Level 0–Zero Report Segment
Each data element contains a variety of alphanumeric values representing the data that is reported to NIBRS for offenses and arrests.
Some of these values are mandatory and some are conditional based upon the type of offense being reported.
NIBRS offenses are grouped into “Type A” and “Type B” categories as well as offense types of persons, property and society related crimes.
PRI always welcomes partnering with other service providers. Our mission is to provide law enforcement the best possible solutions in the most challenging areas of policing and technology. This is one of them. If you need a team of NIBRS experts, let us know.