Supplement to Return A—Monthly Return of Offenses Known to the Police


Property Stolen by Classification

Number of Actual Offenses

For each offense classification, the total offenses recorded on the Supplement to Return A form should be the same as the number of actual offenses listed in Column 4 of the Return A form.


Monetary Value of Property Stolen

Search the database for records with the following data elements and all specified data values:



Using the records found in the previous search, select the specified data values associated with each data element to provide details for each respective line and column on the summary form.


Line by
Data Entry
Code   
      12 Murder and Nonnegligent Manslaughter:
  Data Element 24 (Victim Connected to UCR Offense Code[s])—entry of 09A
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      20 Forcible Rape:
  Data Element 24 (Victim Connected to UCR Offense Code[s])—entry of 11A
  Data Element 27 (Sex [of Victim])—entry of F
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      31 RobberyCHighway (Streets, Alleys, Etc.):
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 120
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—entry of 13
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      32 Robbery—Commercial House (Except 33 and 34):
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 120
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—entry of 03, 05, 08, 09, 12, 14, 17, 21, or 24
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      33 Robbery—Gas or Service Station:
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 120
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—entry of 23
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7 
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      34 Robbery—Convenience Store:
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 120
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—entry of 07  
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      35 Robbery—Residence (Anywhere on Premises):
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 120
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—entry of 20
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      36 Robbery—Bank:
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 120
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—entry of 02
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      37 Robbery—Miscellaneous:
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 120
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—entry of 01, 04, 06, 10, 11, 15, 16, 18, 19, 22, or 25
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      30 Total Robbery:
  Computer-generated totals of lines by Data Entry Codes 31-37 for both number of actual offenses and stolen property values

 

 

      51 Burglary/Breaking or Entering—Residence, Night (6 p.m. to 6 a.m.):
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Type)—entry of 220
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—entry of 20
    Data Element 3 (Incident Date/Hour)—entry of hours 18 (6 p.m.), 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,     00, 01, 02, 03, 04, or 05, total of all
    Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
    Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      52 Burglary/Breaking or Entering—Residence, Day (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.):
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 220
    Data Element 9 (Location Type)—entry of 20
    Data Element 3 (Incident Date/Hour)—entry of hours 06 (6 a.m.), 07, 08, 09, 10, 11,     12, 13, 14, 15, 16, or 17, total of all
    Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

      53 Burglary/Breaking or Entering—Residence, Unknown:
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 220
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—entry of 20
  Data Element 3 (Incident Date/Hour)—entry of bb (where b equals a blank)
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

  Note re Burglary/Breaking or Entering—Nonresidence:  If there is an entry in Data Element 10 (Number of Premises Entered) and an entry of 19 (Rental Storage Facility) in Data Element 9 (Location Type), use the number of premises listed in Data Element 10 as the number of burglaries to be counted.

 

 

      54 Burglary/Breaking or Entering—Nonresidence, Night (6 p.m. to 6 a.m.):
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 220
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—any entry except 20
  Data Element 3 (Incident Date/Hour)—entry of hours 18 (6 p.m.), 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,     00, 01, 02, 03, 04, or 05, total of all
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property
  See Note re Burglary subcategories above.

 

 

      55 Burglary/Breaking or Entering—Nonresidence, Day (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.):
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 220
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—any entry except 20
  Data Element 3 (Incident Date/Hour)—entry of hours 06 (6 a.m.), 07, 08, 09, 10, 11,     12, 13, 14, 15, 16, or 17, total of all
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property
  See Note re Burglary subcategories above.

 

 

     56 Burglary/Breaking or Entering—Nonresidence, Unknown:
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 220
  Data Element 9 (Location Type)—any entry except 20
  Data Element 3 (Incident Date/Hour)—entry of bb (where b equals a blank)
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property
  See Note re Burglary subcategories above.

 

 

      50 Total Burglary:
  Computer-generated totals of lines by Data Entry Codes 51-56

 

 

      61 Larceny-theft— $200 and over:
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 23A, 23B, 23C, 23D, 23E, 23F, 23G,     or 23H
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—entry of stolen property values totaling     $200 or more

 

 

      62 Larceny-theft—$50-$199:
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 23A, 23B, 23C, 23D, 23E, 23F, 23G,     or 23H
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—entry of stolen property values totaling     $50-$199

 

 

      63 Larceny-theft—Under $50:
  Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 23A, 23B, 23C, 23D, 23E, 23F, 23G,     or 23H
  Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—entry of stolen property values totaling     $1-$49; Note that unknown property values entered as $1 in NIBRS should be     included in this subcategory of Larceny-theft.

 

 

60 Total Larceny-theft:
Computer-generated totals of lines by Data Entry Codes 61-63

 

 

70 Motor Vehicle Theft:
Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 240
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
Data Element 18 (Number of Stolen Motor Vehicles)—number of vehicles stolen 
Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

77 Grand Total - All items (Monetary Value of Property Stolen only):
Computer-generated totals of lines by Data Entry Codes 12, 20, 30, 50, 60, and 70 for values only

 

 

     80-89 Nature of Larcenies

 

 

Larceny Hierarchy:  To obtain a single larceny offense code for Summary purposes from a NIBRS incident report with multiple types of larcenies, the FBI has established the following Larceny Hierarchy.  The larcenies are numbered 1-9 in order of importance.

 

 

Person Larcenies
1 = Purse-snatching (23B)
2 = Pocket-picking (23A)

 

 

Business or Building Larcenies
3 = Shoplifting (23C)
4 = Theft from Building (23D)

 

 

Motor Vehicle Larcenies
5 = Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts or Accessories (23G or 23H with a property description of 38 as the highest property value stolen)

 

 

Larcenies From. . .
6 = Theft from Motor Vehicle (23F)
7 = Theft from Coin-operated Machine or Device (23E)

 

 

Object Larcenies:
8 = Theft of Bicycles (23H where bicycles are the highest property value stolen)

 

 

Note: Theft of bicycles is not a NIBRS larceny category. However, larcenies of bicycles can be identified when the property stolen is a bicycle.

 

 

All Other Larcenies
9 = All Other Larcenies (23H)

 

 

Once the single larceny offense is determined, apply the following rules.

 

 

81 Pocket-picking:
Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 23A
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

82 Purse-snatching:
Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 23B
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

83 Shoplifting:
Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 23C 
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

84 From Motor Vehicles:
Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 23F
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7 
Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

85 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories:
Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—See Larceny Hierarchy above.
Data Element 15 (Property Description)—entry of 38
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

86 Bicycles:
Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—See Larceny Hierarchy above.
Data Element 15 (Property Description)—entry of 04  
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

87 From Building:
Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 23D
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
  Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

88 From Any Coin-operated Machines:
Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 23E
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

89 All Other:
Data Element 6 (UCR Offense Code)—entry of 23H
Data Element 15 (Property Description)—all entries except 04 or 38
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 7
Data Element 16 (Value of Property)—total value of all stolen property

 

 

80 Total Larcenies:
Computer-generated totals of lines by Data Entry Codes 81-89

 

 

91 Motor Vehicles Recovered—Stolen Locally and Recovered Locally:
This category is not available in NIBRS; fill with zeros.

 

 

92 Motor Vehicles Recovered—Stolen Locally and Recovered by Other Jurisdictions:
This category is not available in NIBRS; fill with zeros.

 

 

90 Motor Vehicles Recovered—Total Locally Stolen Motor Vehicles Recovered:
Data Element 14 (Type Property Loss/Etc.)—entry of 5
Data Element 15 (Property Description)—entry of 03, 05, 24, 28, or 37
Data Element 17 (Date Recovered)—month and year of recovery date for this     property description
Data Element 19 (Number of Recovered Motor Vehicles)—total of all

 

 

93 Motor Vehicles Recovered—Stolen in Other Jurisdictions and Recovered Locally:  
This category is not available in NIBRS; fill with zeros.

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