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Describe the use of Uniform Crime Reports (UCR) and the purpose of the National Crime Information Center (NCIC)
Purpose Of UCR The objective of the Uniform Crime Reporting program is to produce reliable crime statistics for law enforcement administration, operation, and management. [ This information is also available as a measure of the fluctuations in the type and volume of crime in Texas. The means utilized to obtain these objectives are: to measure the extent, fluctuation, distribution, and nature of
crime through the collection of data on the eight serious Crime Index Offenses; to measure the total volume of serious crime known to police; to show the activity and coverage of law enforcement agencies through arrest counts and police employee strength data. ]
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Weegy: Purpose Of UCR The objective of the Uniform Crime Reporting program is to produce reliable crime statistics for law enforcement administration, operation, and management. [ This information is also available as a measure of the fluctuations in the type and volume of crime in Texas. The means utilized to obtain these objectives are: to measure the extent, fluctuation, distribution, and nature of crime through the collection of data on the eight serious Crime Index Offenses; to measure the total volume of serious crime known to police; to show the activity and coverage of law enforcement agencies through arrest counts and police employee strength data. ]
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