Maryland law enforcement agencies report crime statistics to the Maryland UCR Program. As of January 2021, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has transitioned to the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) from the Summary Reporting System (SRS). Maryland is in a transition to have all agencies report NIBRS compliant data. Due to technical differences between the NIBRS and SRS reporting methods, no accurate comparisons can be made between the two reporting systems. This set of dashboards enables the public to explore the NIBRS crime data submitted to the Maryland UCR Program.
Maryland law enforcement agencies report crash data to the Department of State Police through the Automated Crash Reporting System (ACRS). Approved crash report data can be downloaded after selecting some criteria to filter the data. The crash data is updated regularly and contains the last 5 years plus current year of approved crash data for any reportable crash in the state.
Maryland law enforcement agencies report crash data to the Department of State Police through the Automated Crash Reporting System (ACRS). MDSP works closely with other traffic safety agencies to reduce the number of fatal and serious injury crashes in Maryland. Maryland Highway Safety Office (MHSO) and the MDSP collaborated on the development of the Fatal Crash Dashboard to track and identify fatal crashes yearly.
Certain charges within Maryland require the collection of DNA. Some charges require the collection of DNA from the offender at the time of the arrest while other charges require the collection of DNA at the time of conviction. This dashboard allows a user to search for a specific charge to determine if DNA should be collected in specific scenarios.
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