UCR CODE ASSIGNMENT:

For purposes of monthly and annual UCR Reporting to the Department of Justice, you will need to also “link” your violation code to the appropriate UCR code.

Because the above screen represents a traffic violation, no UCR  code would be linked.  Only DUI and misdemeanor offenses are reported in the UCR Report.

For purposes of illustration, we will use the following common misdemeanor to illustration UCR linking.

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In the example here, you would click on “Select UCR” and a screen with all possible UCR codes would appear:

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For Identity Theft violation, Code 11 from the UCR table would be the appropriate link.  Once you highlight 11 and press “OK”, this UCR link is automatically added.  Sometimes the UCR code selection may require a further “Sub-code” and you may be prompted for it as well.

Should you need to re-assign this code in the future, you may simply choose “Disconnect UCR” and re-assign the UCR code or leave it without assignment, whatever the case at hand may dictate.

Notice you have been under the “UCR” Tab.  Now it is necessary to link all relevant state assessments due and payable in association with this violation.

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You will simply click on the bar to the right titled, “Add Assessment.”  When you do, the following screen will appear (which is derived from your Assessment Tables created earlier and described above:

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You will then select the assessments that are relevant to this violation and they will be added.  Remember that on traffic violations, they will always have a State “CC” assessment, and a State “TV” assessment in addition to any local assessments being collected.



 
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