NIBRS help is here.
Tables entered.
Monthly support.
Accuracy achieved.

Tired of calling your vendor? Concerned about NIBRS? Project delayed? Download NIBRS services brochure.

NIBRS and crime analysis made easy. In every way…

Get your questions answered, tables entered, data ready, and reports automated.

On-demand help when you need it.

Skip the wait and contact us to get your NIBRS questions answered quickly.

Offense table entry

We can enter your NIBRS tables and make sure the coding is correct.

Crime stat reports automated.

No time to produce all those reports for command staff or your website? We can automate them.

Monthly audit/data validation

Shortstaffed? Crime data trouble? We’ll ensure your offense and clearance data is right. 

How It Works.


1. Build your estimate here.

Build and download your preliminary estimate by completing the self-service form here. 


2. Schedule a call here.

Schedule a call to confirm the scope of work here.


3. PRI will send a proposal.

The proposal will include the confirmed cost and scope of services.  Issue a purchase order and we’ll get started!

What People Are Saying About PRI

“Any agency seeking to understand the ins and outs of what makes a capable Records Management System and/or needs help with an RMS procurement would do well to work with PRI.”

Kirke Curtis, City of Oakland

“Your experience and expertise in the area of police operations, crime data and records management was a valuable resource that I would be happy to call on again, should the need arise.”

Office of Internal Audit, Metropolitan Nashville

“Having PRI on our team was crucial to the success of our start-up. There were countless times they brought up an item for review that wasn’t on our radar and needed to be considered. Having their expertise and outside perspective helped us avoid many roadblocks.”

Katrina West, Vancouver, WA Police Records Manager

“This exhaustive report will serve as a basic template for every police department in the country that has experienced crime data errors.”

Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission