The Reports section enables the user to run NIBRS reports on real-time crime data. The user can generate reports to examine crime patterns, trends, and information on victims, offenders, and arrestees.

Note: Due to ongoing technical issues with the record management system used by a majority of SD Local Law Enforcement agencies, we do not know when we will receive all of 2021 statistical data. We do not have an ETA when the vendor will have all of the issues resolved. This accounts for the major differences you may see until we are able to receive all data as we have in prior years.

NIBRS Reports
The Ad-hoc Query tool is a powerful search tool which provides flexible query options for Incident-Based (NIBRS) reported crime. The tool offers a multitude of search criteria which can allow the user to tailor their request to specific criteria.
Agency Monthly Tracker
The Arrest Distribution Breakdown report is similar to the Arrest Distribution report and displays two distribution criterion instead of one. The report can drill down into any one criteria and display the breakdown of a second one.
The Arrest Distribution reports show the number of the selected arrest(s) distributed by categories that include age, gender, race, etc. Among other useful distributions, these reports also give insights into the demographics of arrests.
The Arrest Trend Analysis reports show the number of arrests on a monthly basis for the selected time period. This analysis is useful to help forecast the volume of arrest or analyze arrest patterns.
Group A Offense Report - The Group A Offense Report provides the count of Group A Offenses, Clearance Counts and Offense Rates for the selected period.
The Hate Crime Incidents Report provides the list of hate crime offenses for the selected period.
The LEOKA Incidents Report provides the list of LEOKA offenses for the selected period.
Offense and Arrest Summary Report – The Offense and Arrest Summary Report provides the count of Group A Offenses, Group A Arrests and Group B Arrests for the selected period
The Offense Density report shows the geographic distribution of Offense by county. This report shows hotspots areas that may need extra resources.
The Offense Distribution Breakdown report is similar to the Crime Distribution report and displays two distribution criterion instead of one. The report can drill down into any one criteria and display the breakdown of a second one.
The Offense Distribution reports show the number of the selected offense(s) distributed by categories that include age, gender, race, etc. Among other useful distributions, these reports also give insights into the demographics of crime.
The Group A Offense Trends Comparison report is similar to the Offense Trends report and displays the offense trend for Group A offenses for a recent year compared to the year prior. It demonstrates differences in offense trends between the two years.
The Offense Trend Analysis reports show the number of offenses on a monthly basis for the selected time period. This analysis is useful to help forecast the volume of crime or analyze crime patterns.
The Year-to-Date comparison reports show the number of offenses, clearances, stolen and recovered property for the current year-to-date compared with the same period in the previous year in various reports. This allows an agency to determine if there is a marked increase or decrease in crime or if there was an issue in reporting crime.