How would you like to improve the quality of your reporting and ensure compliance with NIBRS? Having this instructive manual is the first step.
Available for purchase and download (customizable MS Word doc) on our site for only $479, purchase the manual, customize it to your needs and issue it to all of your personnel. Also available for only $195 when you register for one of our seminars.
PRI is a highly specialized consulting firm that provides public safety agencies records management, IT and crime data consulting, training and project management services. With core competencies in public records compliance, UCR/NIBRS, CJIS, RMS/CAD systems, and digital transformation, PRI has proudly served agencies throughout the U.S. since 2008.
There is often a hidden unknown, lurching in the background of many police department’s crime statistics that lives on in infamy once outed from the shadows, usually at the most inopportune and unexpected times. Its anonymity is sometimes replaced with headlines in the news, revealing its ugliness for the whole community to see, bringing with it casts of doubt about the department’s integrity. Allegations of cooking the books swirl about, placing the department on defense, struggling to explain what happened.
A Winning Records Unit Through Data, Process & People $250
(Formerly 2-day BMPRU)
In this impactful program you will learn how to achieve operational excellence in the records unit, providing for the timely and accurate output of records and data by measuring and monitoring key performance indicators, improving business process and leading the team with modern approaches to leadership.
Developing and monitoring key performance indicators (KPI)
Over-reporting of crime data: the hidden unknown
Operating smarter, not harder: workflows and business process
Assessing unit performance
Organizational structure: assigned roles vs. work by priority
This highly educational program will provide the legal training your Records personnel need to correctly decipher the events described in your agency's police reports. In order to reconcile what a police officer writes in a narrative with the classification of the reports and how it should be counted for NIBRS purposes, understanding criminal statutes is imperative.
Crime Stats and NIBRS for the Police Executive $250
NIBRS is coming- learn all about it in this 1 day, extraordinarily informative course about your crime stats. This course is for those who need to understand the changes that are coming and how the numbers work, how to keep them accurate and how they will change.
A one day course covering the application of Florida Chapter 119 to law enforcement records. This seminar focuses on public records held specifically by law enforcement agencies and understanding what should or should not be released to the public according to Florida law and corresponding legal opinions.
A one day in-depth course covering the California Public Records Act and how to respond to subpoenas. Taught by California's resident expert, Joseph Surges, learn the ins and outs of public records requests from a practitioner's perspective.
Whether you are transitioning to NIBRS or already there, this practical and informative course will help your officers, FTO's, supervisors, and records personnel better understand crime reporting. In addition to learning about NIBRS and crime reporting under this program, personnel will understand their respective roles in the report writing, reviewing, and coding process.
In this class you will learn how to determine how long records must be kept, in what format, when they can be destroyed and what the legal requirements are for releasing to, or withholding records from the public. You will also learn a modernized approach to managing agency files both electronically and those which are still on paper.
Learn how to properly manage inventory that is considered both evidence and a public record. When can these items be destroyed? Should they be? Get clarity on managing these dual purpose items according to legal requirements.
This presentation will include guidance in the requirements for reporting hate crimes, cargo theft, and LEOKA. NIBRS requires certain reporting criteria for these types of crimes. Learn how to document and report them correctly.
Staffing Analysis- Calculating How Many Personnel You Need in Records - $79
Learn how to correctly calculate how many personnel are needed in your Records Unit. Using a detailed staffing model based on quantity and time measurements of work tasks, this data driven approach reveals true staffing needs.