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Infographic depicting why NIBRS is superior to SRS (provides greater specificity in reporting offenses, collects more detailed information, helps give context to specific crime problems, provides greater analytic flexibility).
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Graphic depicting the road sign transition to NIBRS (National Incident-Based Reporting System)
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A document examiner from the Questioned Documents Unit in the FBI Laboratory examines a questioned document.
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A candlelight vigil for law enforcement officers during National Police Week, an annual tribute to law enforcement officers across the U.S. who have paid the ultimate sacrifice.
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The Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal, or LEEP, is an electronic gateway that provides law enforcement agencies, intelligence partners, and criminal justice entities with centralized access to many different resources and services via a single sign-on.
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Exterior of the Criminal Justice Information Services Division building in West Virginia.
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Officers take part in the Police Unity Tour as a way to pay tribute to their fellow officers killed in the line of duty.
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A biologist performs DNA testing at the Terrorist Explosive Device Analytical Center (TEDAC) in Huntsville, Alabama.
A latent print examiner at work in the FBI Laboratory in Quantico, Virginia.
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Two people demonstrate how a device is used to capture imagery of irises for the Next Generation Identification (NGI) Iris Service.
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Graphic showing violent crimes (up 5.6% from 2019) and property crimes (down 7.8 percent from 2019).
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Anti-hate crime ad produced by FBI New York. Did you know many hate crimes are not reported? The FBI wants to help. Report to 1-800-FBI or tips.fb.gov.
A threat intake examiner stands at a computer in the FBI's National Threat Operations Center in Clarksburg, West Virginia.
Pie chart showing the breakdown of types of crimes reported in the NIBRS, 2019 report.
NIBRS 2021, Are You Ready? Richer Data, Reliable Results.
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An examiner checks fingerprints at the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services Division in Clarksburg, West Virginia.
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A pie chart breakdown of the types of violent and property crimes categorized in the Crime in the United States, 2018 report.
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During a ceremony at the FBI's CJIS Division on August 29, 2017, members of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department were presented with the 2017 National Data Exchange (N-DEx) Success Story of the Year award for their use of the N-DEx system in a sex trafficking investigation. (From CJIS Link article)
(L-R) LInX Rio Grande Region Major Jessica Tyler, RMIN Regional Projects Coordinator Garry Joseph, RMIN Criminal Analyst Sarah C. Jex Hart, NCIS Executive Assistant Director Chris Cote, Laguna Police Department Investigator David Clendenin, Laguna Police Lieutenant Greg Concho.
J. Edgar Hoover and James Comey are shown in two separate photos delivering speeches with UCR seal in foreground All FBI Directors rely on UCR data.
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In September 2014, the Maryland State Police and the ATF were selected as the winners of the N-DEx Program Success Story of the Year award for their use of the system’s data to connect a seemingly routine situation with a larger ongoing investigation.
The Criminal Justice Information Services Division honored fallen enforcement officers with a memorial service in May 2014 .
Massachusetts State Trooper Christopher Dolan, a latent print examiner assigned to 1984 cold case that was selected as the CJIS Division's 2014 Hit of the Year.
Graphic depicting records set by NCIC, NICS, N-DEx, and IAFIS in 2014.
Considerations for useful mug shots include positioning the subject’s head straight-on, using proper lighting, and maintaining the right distance from the subject.
Pamela Hotsinpiller was the CJIS Division's 2012 recipient of the Director's Community Leadership Award.
Since its inception in 1929, the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program has presented data to the public in useful and interesting ways. See the transformation in data presentation.
Six image from the CJIS law enforcement memorial on May 21, 2012 showing U.S. flags, speakers, wreath laying, and more.
Senior Crime Scene Laboratory Technician Laura Casey worked on a 1978 murder case that was selected as the CJIS Division's 2012 Hit of the Year.
Detective Douglas Herout worked on a 1978 murder case that was selected as the CJIS Division's 2012 Hit of the Year.
Photos show the then-future home of CJIS in 1993, the finished structure when CJIS celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2011, and new construction on campus.
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