The reporting guidelines and data collection form for Arrest Related Deaths (ARD) have been posted in the Reporting Guidelines and Forms Effective 2016 section below. The ARD tab allowing entry in the reporting tool will be deployed Monday, February 8, 2016. Following the deployment, an update will be posted on the reporting tool Message Board announcing records can now be entered.
January 29, 2016
With the passage of Senate Bill 1304, two new mandated reporting elements went in to effect in January 2016. The new reporting elements are Supplemental Homicide Reporting, and Arrest-Related Deaths. Click on the link below for additional information.
The collection form and entry screen in the reporting tool for School Incidents have been revised to allow for the reporting of an "unknown" type of firearm in the firearm section. The guidelines have been revised to reflect this change. The addendum for School Incidents presented at previous training sessions has also been added to the guidelines. Agencies are encouraged to print and review the School Incidents form and guidelines located in the Reporting Guidelines and Forms effective 2016 located near the bottom of this page.
January 6, 2016
The FBI has advised that hoverboards and their predecessors, segways, are to be classified as motor vehicles and included in the Motor Vehicle Theft category. Begin this classification practice in January 2016.
December 18, 2015
Major revisions have been made to the Forms and Guidelines Section near the bottom of the web page. Click on the link below for information.
The FBI has extended the 2014 data base closing date. 2014 Index Crime and Hate Crime reports must be entered into the I-UCR reporting tool by close of business December 10, 2015, in order to meet the deadline.
October 14, 2015
The annual collection of law enforcement employee information related to the number of employees within each agency will begin on November 2, 2015. Data will be collected utilizing the on-line electronic reporting tool. On November 2, 2015, an additional tab labeled Police Employee will be available in the reporting tool after 9:00 a.m., until close of business December 17, 2015. Paper reporting agencies will receive a mailing containing a form to complete and return for entry. Data submitted by the deadline date will be included in Crime in Illinois 2015, and forwarded to the FBI. The reporting guidelines can be accessed by clicking on the link below. A form to be used as a template when compiling your data has also been provided.
The FBI will be closing Index Crime and Hate Crime data bases for the 2014 reporting year in November. 2014 reports must be entered into the I-UCR reporting tool by close of business November 24, 2015, in order to meet the deadline. The I-UCR Program will continue to accept 2014 data after the FBI deadline date; however, the reports will not be forwarded to the FBI.
August 20, 2015
Crime in Illinois 2014 is available for review. The statistics published reflect data as of May 18, 2015. The statistics published in the Federal UCR’s publication, Crime in the United States 2013, reflect data as of April 10, 2015. The difference in publication dates may create discrepancies between the statistics presented in each publication. The 2014 publication can be accessed by clicking on the Crime in Illinois 2014 cover to the right or by clicking on 2014 in the Annual Reports and Databases Section at the bottom of the web page.
August 13, 2015
Beginning Thursday, August 20, 2015, passwords for the I-UCR reporting tool will be required to include at least one uppercase letter and will expire after 60 days. If your current password does not contain an uppercase letter, you do not need to change your password immediately to conform to the new standard. Include an uppercase letter the next time you change your password. This policy change is noted in red on the reporting tool sign in screen.
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Crime in Illinois is published annually by
the Illinois State Police, documenting reported crimes
in Illinois cities and counties. The report also covers
special jurisdictions such as universities and park district