The best solution for collecting Uniform Crime Reporting data from Law Enforcement Agencies that also meets FBI NIBRS and State requirements.
States and law enforcement agencies across America have or are transitioning to NIBRS (National Incident-Based Reporting System) from SRS (Summary Reporting System), as required by the FBI. The FBI’s UCR (Uniform Crime Reporting) NIBRS system is a more comprehensive system for crime data collection and reporting.
According to the FBI, the ultimate goal of NIBRS is to "gather more useful data to better assess and address the nation’s crime problems". NIBRS collects incident and arrest data on 52 Group A offenses and arrest data on 10 Group B offenses. Agencies may also collect NIBRS data on as many as 10 criminal offenses per incident, yielding a more accurate accounting of the total number of reported crimes. NIBRS captures data on incident-related details that are not included in SRS. (SRS was retired by the FBI on January 1, 2021).
Optimum Technology is expert in implementing the most comprehensive, reliable, and customizable web-based NIBRS repository, SWIFTREPOSITORY, for crime data collection. Thirteen states already use SWIFTREPOSITORY for easy and efficient UCR collection and data submission. All SRS archival data remains available, but new NIBRS data is processed from January 1, 2021 onward.
Our Integrated NIBRS and SRS Repository makes UCR Reporting simple and complete. The intuitive interface gives local law enforcement and state program managers the ability to efficiently report crime data to the FBI.
With SWIFTREPOSITORY you can create Customized reports and publish Crime Data tables to a Public Portal to share with citizens, the media, other government entities, and more. The Crime dashboard enables users to run and share customizable reports for analytical, statistical or reporting purposes.
A variety of reports may be generated depending on the needs and roles of the users, or the audience:
- NIBRS Reports (such as Ad-hoc Queries and Offense Trends)
- SRS Reports (i.e., Annual SRS Summary and Arrest Distribution)
- Admin Reports (ex., Agency Details and Missing Submission), and
- State-specific Reports (Family or Domestic Violence, Drugs Seized and Sexual Assault).
Incident Report Entry
Arrest Report Entry
Zero Report Entry
Optional Use of Force
Supports both SRS and NIBRS
Ad-Hoc Search and Query
Crime Density Maps