Nebraska Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS)
The Nebraska Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) is used by law enforcement agencies for the purpose of collecting and reporting data on crime in their respective jurisdictions. NIBRS data is compiled at both the state and national level as part of a collaborative effort to produce a more detailed, reliable, and modern view of crime based on statistics.
Included below are several documents that can assist Nebraska law enforcement agencies in transitioning to report NIBRS. Any questions regarding NIBRS should be directed to the helpdesk at NCC.UCR@nebraska.gov.
- National Incident-Based Reporting System User Manual 2021.1
- Conversion of National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) Data to Cargo Theft Data
- Hate Crime Technical Specification
- Nebraska NIBRS+ Specification
- NIBRS XML Developer's Guide
- Nebraska NIBRS XML Specification Version 1.5 (Updated) - October 16, 2019
- NCIC Code Manual
UCR Agency Reporting Status
- UCR Quarterly Reporting Status 2022-Updated October 25, 2022
- UCR Quarterly Reporting Status 2021
- Agency UCR Reporting Status - 2020 Q4
- Agency UCR Reporting Status - 2020 Q3
- Agency UCR Reporting Status - 2020 Q2
Mapped Nebraska Statutes and Ordinances
The following document contains Nebraska Revised State Statutes and Municipal Ordinances that have been mapped by the Nebraska Crime Commission primarily for programmatic purposes. These codes and descriptions are formatted in a way that make each offense unique and are not intended to have any other legal meaning.
If there are recommended changes to be made to the statute mapping or there are any questions regarding how the statutes are mapped, please notify NCC.UCR@nebraska.gov. If needed, a modification to the mapping will be made by this office and re-uploaded to the Crime Commission website with a revised date