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Implementation of NIBRS

Barton, S. (2000). Trials and tribulations: How Austin PD became a NIBRS agency. pdf document CJIS 4(1), 6-7.

Bureau of Justice Statistics and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (1997). Implementing the National Incident-Based Reporting System: A project status report. NCJ 165581.

Christ, R. (2000). In Louisiana, personal networking advances NIBRS. pdf document CJIS 4(1), 17-18.

Durham, S. (2000). Delaware's long road to certification. pdf document CJIS, 4(1), 3.

Federal Bureau of Investigation. (2002). pdf document Handbook for acquiring A records management system (RMS) that is compatible with the National Incident-Based Reporting System. Washington, DC: Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Hoffman, J. (2000). National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) update. Law and Order, 48(1), 31-34.

Iowa Statistical Analysis Center. (2001) pdf document Implementation of the National Incident-Based Reporting System in Iowa.

Maine Statistical Analysis Center. (2005). pdf document Maine's conversion to NIBRS.

Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services. (2002). pdf document Beyond . . . beyond bean counting: Reporting crime in the 21st century.

Porteous, D., DeCarlo, J., Grenstiner, D. and Agosto, J. (2000). Officers experience the NIBRS conversion. pdf document CJIS, 4(1), 4-5. Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Roberts, D. (2005). Virginia incident-based crime reporting. Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, Criminal Justice Research Center.

South Carolina Statistical Analysis Center. (2000). pdf document State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) automated incident-reporting survey results.

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (1998). The Tennessee Incident-Based Reporting System data collection manual.

Vandercook, J. (2000). The evolution of a state program. pdf document CJIS 4(1), 16.

Vermont Statistical Analysis Center. (2003). pdf document Presenting incident-based reporting (IBR) data - one byte at a time.

Whitaker, J. (2000). New York's strategy simplifies switch to NIBRS. pdf document CJIS 4(1), 9-10.