Quick Reference- Crimes Against Person 2017-08-31T15:34:23+00:00

CRIMES AGAINST PERSON

Including, Murder, Manslaughter, Homicide (UCR 09A); Negligent Homicide (UCR 09B); Justifiable Homicide (UCR 09C); Kidnapping, False Imprisonment, Sexual Battery (UCR 100, 11C, 11D); Rape (UCR 11A, 11B); Aggravated Assault and Battery (UCR 13A); Obstruction of Justice, Simple Assault and Battery (UCR 13B); Obstruction of Justice, Stalking, Intimidating (UCR 13C); Incest, Carnal Knowledge (UCR 36A, 36B); Misdemeanors (UCR 90Z)

In addition to this online reference guide, this document is available for download here.

The following data must be entered for all Crimes Against Person.

Assault Circumstance

Must make at least one selection — no duplicates are allowed. Unknown can only be selected when no other selection is made (mutually exclusive with other codes).  Note: When Other Felony is selected, then incident must contain at least two (2) felony offenses.

Valid Choices:

Argument
Child Abuse
Detective or Special Assignment Alone
Detective or Special Assignment Assisted
Drug Dealing
Gangland
Juvenile Gang
Lovers Quarrel
Mercy Killing
One-Officer Vehicle
One-Officer Vehicle Assisted
Other Alone
Other Assisted
Other Circumstances
Other Felony
Two-Officer Vehicle
Unknown Circumstances

Victim-Suspect Relationship

For every Suspect, this indicates any relationship with a victim or victims. The gender of the victims and suspects must reflect their implied relationship.  This relationship can be omitted only when there is nothing known about the suspect or suspects; or, the Type of Victim is Society or Public.


Valid choices when the victim and suspect are within the same family, and the victim was:

Spouse
Common Law Spouse
Parent
Sibling (Brother or Sister)
Other Family Member (Step-Grandparents, Ex-Common Law Spouse, Etc.)
Stepchild
Stepparent
Step-Sibling (Stepbrother or Stepsister)
Non-Married Live-In

Valid choices when the suspect was not a family member but known to the victim, and the victim was one of the following:

Acquaintance
Babysittee (the Baby)
Boyfriend or Girlfriend
Child of Boyfriend or Girlfriend
Employee
Employer
Estranged Spouse
Ex-Boyfriend or Ex-Girlfriend
Ex-Spouse
Friend
Homosexual Relationship
Neighbor
Otherwise Known

Valid Choices when the suspect was not known by the victim:

Relationship
Unknown Stranger

Other Valid Choices:

Victim was Offender

Valid Choices when the gender and connection between the victim and the suspect imply a relationship:

Relationship Sex of Victim and Sex of the Suspect Must Be
Victim as Ex-Spouse
Victim was Spouse
Victim was Common Law Spouse
Victim was Estranged Spouse
Homosexual
Victim was Offender
Victim was Boyfriend or Girlfriend
Victim was Ex-Boyfriend or Ex-Girlfriend
Non-Married Live-In
Different
Different
Different
Different
Same
Same
Different
Different
Different

Valid Choices when the age and connection between the victim and the offender imply a relationship:

Relationship Victim Must Be
Victim was Child
Victim was Parent
Victim was Grandparent
Victim was Grandchild
Victim was Offender
Victim was Babysitee (the Baby)
Victim was Spouse
Victim was Estranged Spouse
Victim was Common Law Spouse
Victim was Ex-Spouse
Victim was Non-Married Live-In
Younger
Older
Older
Older
Same Age
Younger
At Least 10 Years Old
At Least 10 Years Old
At Least 10 Years Old
At Least 10 Years Old
At Least 10 Years Old

Murder, Manslaughter, Homicide (UCR 09A) LRS Codes

14:30  –  First Degree Murder
14:30.1  –  Second Degree Murder
14:31  –  Manslaughter
14:32.1/AA  –  Vehicular Homicide
14:87.1  –  Killing a Child During Delivery
14:87.2/L  –  Human Experimentation
14:87.5/L  –  Intentional Failure to Sustain Life

Type of Criminal Activity

Must make at least one selection, but not more than two, indicating gang involvement. Duplicates are not allowed. When there is no gang activity, then only None or Unknown can be selected.

Valid Choices:
Juvenile Gang
Other Gang None or Unknown

Type of Weapon/Force

Must make at least one selection. Up to three (3) can be selected, but no duplicates. When there was no weapon used or force involved, select Unknown Force/Weapon.

Assault Circumstances

When Type of Victim is Law Enforcement Officer, at least two (2) assault circumstances must be selected.


The first selection must be one of the following:

Argument
Drug Dealing
Gangland
Juvenile Gang
Lovers Quarrel
Mercy Killing
Other Circumstances
Other Felony Involved
Unknown Circumstances


The second assault circumstance selection must be one of the following:

Detective or Special Assignment Alone
Detective or Special Assignment Assisted
One-Officer Vehicle
One-Officer Vehicle Assisted
Other Alone Other Assisted
Two-Officer Vehicle.

Negligent Homicide (UCR 09B) LRS Codes

14:32  –  Negligent Homicide
14:501  –  Killing or Injuring a Person While Hunting

Type of Criminal Activity

Must make at least one selection, but not more than two, indicating gang involvement. Duplicates are not allowed. When there is no gang activity, then only None or Unknown can be selected.

Valid Choices:
Juvenile Gang
Other Gang
None or Unknown

Type of Weapon/Force

Must make at least one selection. Up to three (3) can be selected, but no duplicates. When there was no weapon used or force involved, select Unknown Force/Weapon.

Assault Circumstance


Can select no more than one (1) of the following:

Child Playing with Weapon
Gun Cleaning Accident
Hunting Accident
Other Negligent Killings
Other Negligent Weapon Handling
Child Abuse

Note: When Child Abuse is selected, then the victim connected to this offense must have an age of:
NN – Under 24 Hours Old (Neonate)
NB – 1 to 6 Days Old (New Born)
BB – 7-364 Days Old (Baby)
01-16
01-16
with a trailing E


When Type of Victim is Law Enforcement Officer, a second Assault Circumstance selection is required from the following list:

Two-Officer Vehicle
One-Officer Vehicle
One-Officer Vehicle Assisted
Detective or Special Assignment Alone
Detective or Special Assignment Assisted
Other Alone
Other Assisted

Justifiable Homicide (UCR 09C) LRS Codes

14:20 – Justifiable Homicide

Type of Weapon/Force

Must make at least one selection. Up to three (3) can be selected — no duplicates. When there was no weapon used or force involved, select Unknown Force/Weapon.

Assault Circumstances


Can select no more than one (1) of the following circumstances:

Criminal Killed by Private Citizen Criminal
Killed by Police Officer

Note: When Child Abuse is selected, then the victim connected to this offense must have an age of:
NN – Under 24 Hours Old (Neonate)
NB – 1 to 6 Days Old (New Born)
BB – 7-364 Days Old (Baby)
01-16
01-16
with a trailing E


Additional Justifiable Circumstances One, and only one, of the following choices must be selected:

Criminal Attacked Police Officer and that Officer Killed Criminal
Criminal Attacked Police Officer and Criminal Killed by Another Police Officer
Criminal Attacked by Civilian
Criminal Attempted Flight from a Crime
Criminal Killed in the Commission of a Crime
Criminal Resisted Arrest Unable to Determine or Not Enough Information


When Type of Victim is Law Enforcement, one of the following activities must be selected:

Responding to Disturbance Calls (Family Quarrels, Man with Gun, Etc.)
Burglaries in Progress or Pursuing Burglary Suspect
Robberies in Progress or Pursuing Robbery Suspect
Attempting Other Arrests
Civil Disorder (Riot, Mass Disobedience)
Handling, Transporting, Custody of Prisoners
Investigating Suspicious Persons or Circumstances
Ambush – No Warning
Mentally Deranged
Traffic Pursuits and Stops
All Other
At least one Suspect must have known values for Age, Sex and Race for Justifiable Homicide offenses.

Aggravated Kidnapping, False Imprisonment (UCR 100) LRS Codes

14:44 – Aggravated Kidnapping
14:44.1 – Second Degree Kidnapping
14:44.2 – Aggravated Kidnapping of a Child
14:46.1 – False Imprisonment; Offender Armed With a Dangerous Weapon
14:45 – Simple Kidnapping
14:45.1 – Interference with the Custody of a Child
14:46 – False Imprisonment

Type of Criminal Activity

Must make at least one selection, but not more than two, indicating gang involvement. Duplicates are not allowed. When there is no gang activity, then only None or Unknown can be selected.

Valid Choices:
Juvenile Gang
Other Gang
None or Unknown

Type of Weapon/Force

Must make at least one selection. Up to three (3) can be selected, but no duplicates. When there was no weapon used or force involved, select Unknown Force/Weapon.

Rape, Sexual Offenses (UCR 11A, 11B) LRS Codes

14:42/V – Aggravated Rape
14:42.1/V – Forcible Rape
14:44.1/V – Second Degree Kidnapping
14:43/V – Simple Rape
14:42/A – Aggravated Rape
14:42.1/A – Forcible Rape
14:44.1/O – Second Degree Kidnapping
14:44.1/A – Second Degree Kidnapping
14:43/A – Simple Rape
14:43.4 – Aggravated Oral Sexual Battery
14:89.1 – Aggravated Crime Against Nature
14:43.3 – Oral Sexual Battery

Type of Criminal Activity

Must make at least one selection, but not more than two, indicating gang involvement. Duplicates are not allowed. When there is no gang activity, then only None or Unknown can be selected.

Valid Choices:
Juvenile Gang
Other Gang
None or Unknown

Type of Weapon/Force

Must make at least one selection. Up to three (3) can be selected, but no duplicates. When there was no weapon used or force involved, select Unknown Force/Weapon.

Type of Victim

Must make a selection of Individual or Law Enforcement Officer

Type of Injury

Must make a selection

Valid Choices:

Apparent Broken Bones (Including Nose)
Apparent Minor Injury
Loss of Teeth
None
Other Major Injury
Possible Internal Injury
Severe Laceration
Unconsciousness

Sex of Suspect

One or more of the Suspects must have a different sex than the Victim for forcible rape.

When there is a suspect, then Victim-Suspect Relationship must be established.

Sexual Battery (UCR 11C,11D) LRS Codes

14.44.1/P – Second Degree Kidnapping
14.43.2/P – Aggravated Sexual Battery
14:43.1/P – Sexual Battery
14.81.2 – Molestation of a Juvenile
14:44.1/N – Second Degree Kidnapping
14:43.2/N – Aggravated Sexual Battery
14:93.5 – Sexual Battery of the Infirmed
14:43.1/N – Sexual Battery

Type of Criminal Activity

Must make at least one selection, but not more than two, indicating gang involvement. Duplicates are not allowed. When there is no gang activity, then only None or Unknown can be selected.

Valid Choices:
Juvenile Gang
Other Gang
None or Unknown

Type of Weapon/Force

Must make at least one selection. Up to three (3) can be selected, but no duplicates. When there was no weapon used or force involved, select Unknown Force/Weapon.

Type of Victim

Must make a selection of Individual or Law Enforcement Officer

Type of Injury

Must make a selection

Valid Choices:

Apparent Broken Bones (Including Nose)
Apparent Minor Injury
Loss of Teeth
None
Other Major Injury
Possible Internal Injury
Severe Laceration
Unconsciousness

When there is a suspect, then Victim-Suspect Relationship must be established.

Aggravated Assault and Battery (UCR 13A) LRS Codes

14:37 – Aggravated Assault
14:37.2 – Aggravated Assault with a Firearm
14:37.4 – Aggravated Assault with a Firearm
14:108/B1BF – Aggravated Assault: Resisting an Officer
14:37.1 – Assault: Drive By Shooting
14:34 – Aggravated Battery
14:34.1 – Second Degree Battery
14:34.7 – Aggravated Second Degree Battery
14:34.5 – Battery of a Correctional Facility Employee
14:34.6 – Disarming a Police Officer
14:35.3 – Domestic Abuse Battery
14:39.1 – Vehicular Negligent Injuring
14:39.2 – First Degree Vehicular Negligent Injuring
14:87.2/F – Human Experimentation
14:87.5/F – Intentional Failure to Sustain Life
14:93/F – Cruelty to Juveniles
14:93.2.3 – Second Degree Cruelty to Juveniles
14:94/E – Illegal Use of Weapons or Dangerous Instrumentalities
14:107.1/F – Ritualistic Acts
14:122/F – Public Intimidation
14:129.1/F – Intimidating
14:130.1 – Obstruction of Justice
14:133.1/F – Obstruction of Court Orders
14:129/A2F – Jury Tampering: Recording, Listening to, or Observing Proceedings of a Grand Jury or Petit Jury
14:43.5 – Intentional Exposure to AIDS Virus
14:38.1 – Mingling Harmful Substances
14:404/Q – Self-Mutilation by a Prisoner

Attempted/Completed

Must select Completed.

Type of Weapon/Force

Must make at least one selection. Up to three (3) can be selected, but no duplicates. When there was no weapon used or force involved, select Unknown Force/Weapon.

Type of Criminal Activity

Must make at least one selection, but not more than two, indicating gang involvement. Duplicates are not allowed. When there is no gang activity, then only None or Unknown can be selected.

Valid Choices:
Juvenile Gang
Other Gang
None or Unknown

Type of Victim

Must select either Individual or Law Enforcement Officer.

Assault Circumstance

Do NOT select Mercy Killing for an Aggravated Assault.  When Type of Victim is Law Enforcement Officer, then ALL three Assault Circumstance selections must be selected.

First Assault Circumstance must be Assault on Law Enforcement Officer.


Second Assault Circumstance must be from the following list:

Argument
Drug Dealing
Gangland
Juvenile Gang
Lovers Quarrel
Mercy Killing
Other Circumstances
Other Felony Involved
Unknown Circumstances

Third Assault Circumstance must be from the following list:

Two-Officer Vehicle
One-Officer Vehicle
One-Officer Vehicle Assisted
Detective or Special Assignment Alone
Detective or Special Assignment Assisted
Other Alone
Other Assisted

When Type of Victim is Law Enforcement Officer, then one of the following selections must be made for Additional Justifiable Circumstance:

Responding to Disturbance Calls (Family Quarrels, Man with Gun, Etc.)
Burglaries in Progress or Pursuing Burglary Suspect
Robberies in Progress or Pursuing Robbery Suspect
Attempting Other Arrests
Civil Disorder (Riot, Mass Disobedience)
Handling, Transporting, Custody of Prisoners
Investigating Suspicious Persons or Circumstances
Ambush – No Warning
Mentally Deranged
Traffic Pursuits and Stops
All Other

Type of Injury Must make a selection.

Apparent Broken Bones (Including Nose)
Apparent Minor Injury
Loss of Teeth
None
Other Major Injury
Possible Internal Injury
Severe Laceration
Unconsciousness

When there is a suspect, then Victim-Suspect Relationship must be established.

Obstruction of Justice, Simple Assault and Battery (UCR 13B) LRS Codes

14:130.1A – Obstruction of Justice
14:129.1 – Intimidating
14:34.2 – Battery of a Police Officer
14:34.3 – Battery of a School Teacher
14:35 – Simple Battery
14:38.2 – Assault on a School Teacher
14:34.4 – Battery of a School Athletic Contest Official
14:38 – Simple Assault
14:34.5.1 – Battery of a Bus Operator
14:35.2 – Simple Battery of the Infirm
14:35.1 – Simple Battery of a Child Welfare Worker
14:108/B1B – Resisting an Officer/Simple Assault
14:103/A1 – Disturbing the Peace/Simple Assault

Attempted/Completed

Must select Completed

Type of Weapon/Force

Must make at least one selection. Up to three (3) can be selected, but no duplicates. When there was no weapon used or force involved, select Unknown Force/Weapon.

Type of Victim

Must select either Individual or Law Enforcement Officer.

Type of Injury

Must make a selection of either Apparent Minor Injury or None.  When Type of Victim is Law Enforcement Officer, then ALL three Assault Circumstance selections must be selected.

First Assault Circumstance must be Assault on Law Enforcement Officer.


Second Assault Circumstance must be from the following list:

Argument
Drug Dealing
Gangland
Juvenile Gang
Lovers Quarrel
Mercy Killing
Other Circumstances
Other Felony Involved
Unknown Circumstances

Third Assault Circumstance must be from the following list:

Two-Officer Vehicle
One-Officer Vehicle
One-Officer Vehicle Assisted
Detective or Special Assignment Alone
Detective or Special Assignment Assisted
Other Alone
Other Assisted

When Type of Victim is Law Enforcement Officer, then one of the following selections must be made for Additional Justifiable Circumstance:

Responding to Disturbance Calls (Family Quarrels, Man with Gun, Etc.)
Burglaries in Progress or Pursuing Burglary Suspect
Robberies in Progress or Pursuing Robbery Suspect
Attempting Other Arrests
Civil Disorder (Riot, Mass Disobedience)
Handling, Transporting, Custody of Prisoners
Investigating Suspicious Persons or Circumstances
Ambush – No Warning
Mentally Deranged
Traffic Pursuits and Stops
All Other

Type of Injury Must make a selection.

Apparent Broken Bones (Including Nose)
Apparent Minor Injury
Loss of Teeth
None
Other Major Injury
Possible Internal Injury
Severe Laceration
Unconsciousness

When there is a suspect, then Victim-Suspect Relationship must be established.

Simple Assault, Obstruction of Justice, Stalking, Intimidating (UCR 13C) LRS Codes

14:130.1/T – Obstruction of Justice
14:129/A1 – Jury Tampering: Recording, Listening To, or Observing Proceedings of a Grand Jury or Petit Jury
14:129/A2T – Jury Tampering: Recording, Listening To, or Observing Proceedings of a Grand Jury or Petit Jury
14:54.1 – Communicating of False Information of Planned Arson
14:54.6 – Communicating of False Information of Planned Bombing on School Property
14:40.1 – Terrorizing
14:129/T – Intimidating
14:40.2 – Stalking
14:40.3 – Cyber-Stalking/Electronic Mail
14:122/T – Public Intimidation
14:40.4 – Burning Cross on Property of Another or Public Place, Intent to Intimidate
14:285 – Telephone Communications; Improper Language; Harassment
14:122.1 – Intimidation and Interference in the Operation of Schools
14:133.1/T – Obstruction of Court Orders
14:40 – Intimidation by Officers
14:122.2 – Threatening a Public Official
14:37.2 – Unlawful Use of a Laser on a Police Officer
14:92.3 – Retaliation by a Minor Against a Parent, Legal Custodian, Witness or Complainant

Attempted/Completed

Must select Completed.

Type of Victim

Must select either Individual or Law Enforcement Officer.

When there is a suspect, then Victim-Suspect Relationship must be established.

Incest, Carnal Knowledge (UCR 36A, 36B) LRS Codes

14:78.1 – Aggravated Incest
14:78 – Incest
14:80 – Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile
14:80.1 – Misdemeanor Carnal Knowledge of a Juvenile

Sex of Suspect

One or more of the Suspects must have a different sex than the Victim for statutory rape.

Misdemeanors (UCR 90Z) LRS Codes

14:286 – Sale of Minor Child
14:28.1 – Solicitation for Murder
14:32.2 – Criminal Assistance to Suicide
14:93.3 – Cruelty to the Infirm
14:81 – Indecent Behavior with Juveniles
14:50.1 – Perpetration or Attempted Perpetration of Crimes Against a Victim 65 Years of Age or Older
14:79 – Violations of Protective Orders
14:404/J – Self-Mutilation by a Prisoner
14:92.1 – Encourage or Contribute to Child Delinquency, Dependency or Neglect
14:39 – Negligent Injuring
14:47 – Defamation

Type of Injury

Must make a selection.

Apparent Broken Bones (Including Nose)
Apparent Minor Injury
Loss of Teeth
None
Other Major Injury
Possible Internal Injury
Severe Laceration
Unconsciousness


Offenses Connected to Victims that are Mutually Exclusive

The following matrix shows the LIBRS Crimes Against Person offenses that cannot occur to the same victim in the same incident. Each shaded square is the intersection of two offenses that, together in the same incident, are not allowed for a victim. For example, crimes of murder (09A) and manslaughter (09B) cannot be reported for the same victim within an incident.