Uniform Crime Report (UCR) (Part I/Part II Offenses)

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  • An annual crime report issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The Uniform Crime Reporting Program is a national data-collection effort established in the late 1920s to improve the reliability of crime statistics. The FBI was charged with administering the Uniform Crime Reporting Program in 1930. UCR data are collected from local law enforcement agencies across the United States and include only crimes that are reported to the police. Although participation is voluntary, more than 90% of the United States is covered by the UCR program. The UCR reports offenses in two parts. Part I comprises the eight index offenses (four violent and four property), and Part II comprises all other offenses. Each year, the FBI issues selected findings from the UCRs in a ...

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