Splitting Cases for NIBRS Offenses

The FBI rule for Acting in Concert requires all offenders to commit or assist in the commission of all
the crimes in an incident. The offenders must be aware of and consent to the commission of all the
offenses, or even if nonconsenting, their actions assist in the commission of all the offenses.

The FBI definition of an Incident/Case is one or more offenses committed by the same offender or
group of offenders acting in concert at the same time and place. If all offenders are not associated with all offenses, then multiple cases need to be created. This tutorial demonstrates how to employ the solution to assist with creating additional cases in RIMS for most situations.

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Splitting RIMS Cases for NIBRS

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7 thoughts on “Splitting Cases for NIBRS Offenses”

  1. Robert Quick says:

    Nice job.

  2. jefferson yega says:

    good training.

  3. JOSE BUTLER says:

    good job

  4. shane Theilen says:

    nice training

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