Flashcards in Reporting Case Clearance Deck (7)
Definition: One of two reporting options within the UCR system.
Definition: Any case that has not been cleared by arrest or exceptional means.
Definition: A term used in the Department's Case Management System to define cases with identified suspects. This is not a recognized UCR case clearance code.
Definition: One of two reporting options within the UCR system. Originally developed by the FBI to capture crime statistics that summarize information on eight Part I crimes; murder/manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson.
Summary Reporting (UCR)
Definition: To clear an offense within the UCR program, certain criteria must be met. Offenses can be cleared in one of two ways; by arrest or by exceptional means.
Definition: An offense is reported as cleared this way when all three of the following conditions have been met: at least one suspect is arrested, the arrestee is charged, and the arrestee is turned over to the court system for prosecution.
Cleared by Arrest