Several vehicle break-ins on Chicago’s Southwest Side have prompted police to issue a warning to locals.

The perpetrators in each case entered the trucks by force and stole the contents.

These events happened at these periods and places:

  • 5200 Block of South Moody at around 5:45 on the morning of February 26.
  • Location: 5600 Block of South Menard, Date: February 26, Time: 5:00 a.m.
  • 7:43 pm on February 27th, 6200 block of South Nashville.
  • It happened at 12:13 a.m. on February 28 in the 5600 block of South Newland.
  • 12:41 a.m. on February 28th, in the 5800 Block of South Sayre.
  • 7:48 PM on the 28th of February, 5700 South Rutherford.
  • On the morning of February 28 at around 1:30 a.m., police were called to the 5700 Block of South Nottingham.
  • 28 February, around 12:12 a.m., 5600 Block of South Moody.
  • There may have been as many as four male perpetrators, aged 18-30, according to Chicago police. All of them wore black or other somber colors.

Anybody who knows anything about this case can call the Area One Detectives at the Chicago Police Department (312) 747-8380.

The Incident Crime Reporting System Of Michigan (Section 1) (MICR)

Data Gathering For Incident Reports

The FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program launched the National Incident Based Reporting System in 1989. (NIBRS).

The state of Michigan has its own version of NIBRS called the Michigan Incident Crime Reporting (MICR) program.

In 1994, the FBI officially approved the MICR system. Since 2005, it has been the sole way to compile crime statistics from all Michigan law enforcement agencies.

Police reports serve as the primary source of crime statistics, which are compiled at the municipal level.

The annual Crime in Michigan report is based in part on data sent from local law enforcement agencies to the MICR program, where it is processed in compliance with the requirements of the MICR system.

The information gathered by MICR is subsequently sent to the FBI’s NIBRS database in a formatted format specified by the NIBRS system. National annual crime reports are generated using this data subset.

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Statistics from Neighborhood, State, and Federal Government Agencies NIBRS Database MICR Database
FBI CDE Yearly MICR Report, NIBRS, and Summary
Including both Class A and Class B Crimes Consists of all Group A and B arrests

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Analyzing And Contrasting Crime Data Collected At The Federal, State, And Local Levels

The FBI has started making state and national crime datasets available through the Crime Data Explorer (CDE) tool starting of the year 2021.

The CDE provides access to a wide variety of data through a variety of views and downloadable tables from the Summary Reporting System (SRS) and the National Institute of Building Research System (NIBRS).

The SRS data was originally compiled using information gathered from the legacy summary-based UCR collection, which recorded full details for only ten crimes (Part 1 Crimes) and merely arrest details for another 30 crimes.

In order to incorporate MICR’s incident-based data into these perspectives on the CDE, we transform it into summary-based data.

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Complete data on 23 Group A offense categories consisting of 52 specific

offenses and arrest data on seven additional Group B offenses are collected for the NIBRS from the modern incident-based UCR collection.

The crimes in Group A are taken more seriously than those in Group B. Group A and Group B both have the identical data items collected by MICR, but NIBRS only gathers arrest information for Group B.

There are a total of 107 crimes for which MICR has collected full data, split evenly between Group A (67) and Group B (40).

MICR provides only arrest data for Group B offenses to the NIBRS program, consolidating the 67 Group A offenses into the 52 matching NIBRS Group A offenses.


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