ARMS CLERY and NIBRS Reporting allows the agency to efficiently manage these two reporting programs in one easy to use platform.
ARMS NIBRS Reporting supports the latest state requirements for NIBRS participation.
With the intuitive and robust design of our ‘NIBRS Review’ and ‘CLERY Review’ module, agencies easily collect data for
Data elements are verified at data entry and Submission.
Since the passage of the CLERY Act in 1990, the ARMS system has made it easy for college and university Police and Public Safety to manage CLERY-related incidents using a proven workflow of data collection, data management, and data distribution. The ARMS system provides the agency with the tools needed to meet federal requirements for disclosure of campus crime to the consumer.
Failure by the institution to meet CLERY reporting requirements results in steep penalties, such as a $35,000 fine.
The CLERY reporting features of ARMS help ensure the agency is compliant with the recording of offenses, when and where they occurred, and the timely disclosure of new and updated crime details.
The ARMS system provides the agency with effective methods to track and report statistics for the annual security report, including recent amendments for Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and Sexual Violence Elimination Act (SaVE). Audit reports in the ARMS system assist the agency in reviewing any CLERY re-portable offense or Title IX-related case report.
ARMS will allow the agency to:
All while maintaining NIBRS as well.
Let ARMS provide you the workflow needed to ensure compliance and accuracy.
The National Incident Base Reporting System(NIBRS) was implemented by the Department of Justice to improve and enhance the data collected by law enforcement.
“The UCR program is actively working to increase NIBRS participation by partnering with the Bureau of Justice Statistics on the National Crime Statistics Exchange, working with advocacy groups to emphasize the importance of NIBRS data for the public and the law enforcement community, and transitioning the UCR program to a NIBRS only data collection by 2021.”
Together, CLERY and NIBRS data collection provides an agency with a variety of data-driven decisions to support community policing.