Training Modules for New York State Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Crime statistics submitted to the New York State UCR depends on the proper classification and scoring of crimes by the reporting agencies. To ensure consistent crime reporting across the State, DCJS is developing a series of training modules to assist local law enforcement with their participation in the UCR Program. These topic-specific modules will be presented as on-line Power Point presentation which users can access any time. Below is the current list of training modules available for viewing. New modules will be added periodically.
- Reporting Domestic Violence Victim Data (9/8/2010) – Reviews the information reported on the Domestic Violence Victims table and clarifies the what qualifies as a domestic relationship. View Slides with audio (wmv); View Slides with Notes (ppt)
- Reporting Hate Crime Incidents (6/30/2010) – Reviews the New York State Hate Crimes Statute, provides guidance in identifying bias crime, and walks through the UCR reporting of a hate crime incident. View slides with audio (.wmv); View slides with notes (ppt); Frequently Asked Questions (pdf).
- Reporting Juvenile Crime, Measuring Juvenile Criminal Behavior(3/28/2013) – Provides an overview of the UCR requirements for reporting juvenile arrests/criminal activity on the UCR Age, Sex, and Race Arrest form.
View slides with audio (.wmv); View slides with notes (ppt); Frequently Asked Questions (pdf)
- Uniform Crime Reporting of Property Crime (12/19/2008) – Provides an overview of the UCR reporting of the monetary values associate with Part I crimes on the Return A form. View slides with audio (wmv); View slides with notes (ppt).