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2021 FBI crime data lacks information from major police agencies
Oct. 5, 2022
WASHINGTON – A large swath of law enforcement agencies have yet to submit complete data to the FBI’s national crime tracking system, raising questions about the utility of a new report in assessing crime trends across the country.
The FBI reported a 4.3% estimated increase in murders in 2021 and a negligible 1% decrease in overall violent crime Wednesday, relying on an alternate reporting system. At the same time, however, officials acknowledged about 48% of the country’s eligible police agencies, or 9,700, had not submitted 12 months of data to the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) by the March 14 deadline.
Some of the largest agencies in the country, including the New York Police Department, Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Phoenix Police Department, had yet to submit any data to the system, the officials said.