UCR - SRS
Uniform crime reporting is a collective effort by city, county, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies to present a nationwide view of crime. Agencies throughout the country voluntarily participate in the FBI UCR Program and provide monthly summarized reports on Part I offenses reported to law enforcement, reports on persons arrested, as well as information about law enforcement officers killed and assaulted, hate crime, and cargo theft. All incidents involving Part I Offenses are reported under the UCR Summary Reporting System (SRS) Program. Incidents involving Part II offenses are only reported if an arrest is made.
Classifying incidents under the Summary Reporting System is based on a hierarchy rule. In cases where more than one offense occurs in an incident, only the highest-ranking Part I offense is counted, with two exceptions. Arson and Human Trafficking offenses are always counted, and in incidents where multiple offenses have occurred, the highest-ranking Part I offense is also counted.
As a result of the FBI’s transition to the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), the SRS Program will end in 2021. The Prince George’s County Police Department will continue to maintain historical SRS data for analytical and academic purposes.
Below are links to crime data reported by the Prince George’s County Police Department to the Maryland State UCR Program.
Part I Offenses
Rape (including Sodomy and Sexual Assault with an Object)
Larceny – Theft
Motor Vehicle Theft
Part II Offenses
These offenses include Counterfeiting, Disorderly Conduct, Driving Under the Influence, Drug/Narcotic Violations, Drunkenness, Embezzlement, Forgery, Fraud, Gambling, Liquor Law Violations, Nonviolent Family Offenses, Prostitution (Including Purchasing and Promoting), Runaways, Sex Offenses (Except Rape), Simple Assault, Stolen Property Offenses, Vagrancy/Curfew/Loitering Violations, Vandalism, Weapons Law Violations, and all other offenses. Part II offenses are only reported to the UCR Program if an arrest is made.
Part II Offense Arrests