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April 16, 2014

The electronic reporting tool will be out of service for system maintenance and unavailable to users on Saturday, April 19, 2014.

April 7, 2014

Recently there have been several inquiries about the compilation of data for each of the reporting elements; Index Crimes, Hate Crimes, Domestic Offenses, and School Incidents. Each reporting element is compiled independently after reviewing all case data for the month. One or more offenses in an incident may fit the criteria and require reporting in more than one reporting element. If an offense fits the reporting criteria for Index Crimes and Domestic Offenses, the offense must be reported in both Index Crimes and Domestic Offenses. Examples of incidents/offenses that must be reported in more than one reporting element can be reviewed by clicking on the link below.

Reporting offense(s) in multiple reporting elements

March 24, 2014

The corrected paper School Incidents monthly collection form has replaced the incorrect form in the 2014 Forms and Guidelines section, School Incidents, near the bottom of the web page.

March 20, 2014

The paper School Incidents monthly collection form attached to the reporting guidelines in the 2014 Forms and Guidelines section near the bottom of the web page is INCORRECT. Robbery, which is one of the offenses listed on the form, is NOT collected. The entry format in the reporting tool is correct and does not list robbery. The paper collection form is undergoing revision and approval and the corrected form will replace the form currently posted as soon as possible.

March 19, 2014

The reporting guidelines and collection form for School Incidents, the new reporting element effective with the 2014 reporting year, have been posted in the 2014 Forms and Guidelines section near the bottom of the web page. Agencies are strongly encouraged to print and review the guidelines before compiling mandated monthly reports. The tab and associated reporting screens for School Incidents will be deployed in the on-line electronic reporting tool on Friday, March 21, 2014, after which agencies will be able to enter reports. Approved paper reporting agencies must submit School Incident monthly collection forms to the I-UCR Program for entry.

March 10, 2014

The revised Index Crime reporting guidelines and collection form effective with the 2014 reporting year have been posted in the 2014 Forms and Guidelines section near the bottom of the web page. The changes to Index Crime reporting involve the expanded definition of Rape and the addition of two Human Trafficking crime categories. Please review the revised guidelines carefully before adjusting January and February reports that may have already been compiled using the previous collection form. Additionally, the INDEX tab in the reporting tool will be deployed on March 11, 2014 and agencies will be able to enter 2014 Index Crime reports after 10:00 a.m. Paper reporting agencies must resubmit January and February reports if reports were submitted using the previous guidelines and collection form.

February 4, 2014

The FBI provided clarification on upcoming deadline dates for the submission of 2013 Index Crime reports. The February 7, 2014 deadline referred to in the January 23, 2014 update only applies to most-in-populated agencies (agencies with a population of 100,000 or more). The submission deadline for all other agencies to ensure publication in Crime in the United States is March 11, 2014. This allows the FBI time to complete data quality review and accept subsequent adjustments or corrections. Index Crime reports will continue to be accepted by the FBI until the final deadline of April 25, 2014; however, submissions received within three weeks of this final deadline may not be published if data quality review reveals questionable data.

January 30, 2014

As disseminated in the last statewide training sessions, there are many revisions to the I-UCR Program reporting elements effective with the 2014 reporting year. Changes have occurred in Index Crime, Hate Crime, and Supplemental reporting guidelines, as well as the creation of a new reporting element: School Incidents. The revisions required modification to the electronic reporting tool formats for 2014 and future years. Click on the link below to access the deployment plan for revisions to the reporting guidelines and electronic reporting tool.

2014 Reporting Guidelines and Electronic Reporting Tool Revisions

January 23, 2014

The FBI's deadline date for submission of 2013 Index Crimes to ensure publication in their annual publication is February 7, 2014. Index crime reports must be entered into the reporting tool by noon on February 7, 2014, to allow the I-UCR Program staff time to download recently entered reports and forward to the FBI. Delinquent 2013 reports will still be accepted by the FBI through December 2014; however, reports received after February 7, 2014 will prevent an agency's 2013 statistics from being published.

January 10, 2014

Please click on the attachment below for information regarding the revisions to the 2014 reporting guidelines and forms.

2014 Guideline and Forms Revisions

Previous Illinois Uniform Crime Reporting Program Updates
Illinois Uniform Crime Reporting Program Forms and Reporting Guidelines
  • I-UCR Program Training Registration Form
  • On-Line Electronic Reporting Tool User Application Form
    Reporting Guidelines and Forms Effective through 2013
    Reporting Guidelines and Forms Effective 2014
    Illinois Uniform Crime Reporting Program Resources

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