LIBRS Data Element Available Values


Element Number Element Name and Definition Length Format Values Comments
1 ORI NUMBER
NCIC originating agency identifier number.
9 A/N
2 INCIDENT NUMBER
Agency unique, in-house assigned case number
12 A/N The Incident Number should contain the current year as part of it when possible to prevent duplication/reuse of incident numbers across different years.
3 INCIDENT DATE/HOUR
Date and Time when the incident occurred or started, or at the beginning of the time period in which it occurred, or date of report if unknown
11 MMDDYYYYXHH
4 CLEARED EXCEPTIONALLY
Indicates whether the incident was cleared exceptionally. Clearance of one offense clears the entire incident.
1 A
A  -  Death of Offender
B  -  Prosecution Declined
C  -  Extradition Denied
D  -  Victim Refused to Cooperate
E  -  Juvenile / No Custody
O  -  Other (Administrative Closing)
N  -  Not Applicable
For Code O (Other) - LIBRS Only, Does not clear NIBRS Incident
5 EXCEPTIONAL CLEARANCE DATE
When the incident was cleared, if cleared by exceptional means.
8 MMDDYYYY
L6 OFFENSE SEQUENCE NUMBER
Each Offense within the incident MUST be assigned a sequence number.
3 N Each Offense within an incident MUST be assigned a UNIQUE Offense Sequence Number.
L6R OFFENSE SEQUENCE NUMBER REFERENCES
**NEW** UNIQUE constraint that allows an Offense to relate to many Properties.
3 N Important: Internal system data element that allows for an Offense to relate to many properties where multiple Property/Offense segments are submitted within a single incident.
6 LOUISIANA REVISED STATUTE NUMBER (LRS Number)
Each Offense (LRS) that occurred as part of the incident.
12 A/N MUST be in Master LIBRS/LRS Code Table to be accepted by LIBRS. Note: Contact LIBRS Program staff before adding new LRS codes to insure proper mappings.
N6 AGENCY SUPPLIED NIBRS CODE
NIBRS Code assigned to every Offense within an incident.
3 A/N Agencies should be aware that many Louisiana Revised Statutes map to multiple NIBRS codes. Please consult the LIBRS Master LRS Table to review these mappings and contact LIBRS Program Staff if you have questions.
7 OFFENSE ATTEMPTED/COMPLETED
Indicates whether each Offense was completed or merely attempted.
1 A/N
A  -  Attempted
C  -  Completed
Agencies should be aware that many Louisiana Revised Statutes map to multiple NIBRS codes. Please consult the LIBRS Master LRS Table to review these mappings and contact LIBRS Program Staff if you have questions.
8 OFFENDER SUSPECTED OF USING/GAMING MOTIVATION
Indicates if the Offender was suspected of consuming alcohol or using drugs/narcotics during or shortly before the incident; or of using a computer to perpetrate the crime.

Also identifies whether the Offender’s gaming activity was the motive for commission of the crime.
1 A
A  -  Alcohol
C  -  Computer Equipment
D  -  Drugs/Narcotics
G  -  Gaming Activity Motive for Crime
N  -  Not Applicable (LIBRS Only)
This Data Element is located within Offender Segment.

Can enter up to four codes per Offender.
8A BIAS MOTIVATION/BIAS CRIME TYPE
Indicates whether the Offender was motivated to commit the Offense because of his/her bias against a racial, religious, ethnic/national origin, sexual, or disability group.
2 N
Race/Ethnicity/Ancestry
11  -  Anti-White
12  -  Anti-Black or African American
13  -  Anti-American Indian / Alaskan Native
14  -  Anti-Asian
15  -  Anti-Multiple Races, Group
16  -  Anti-Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
31  -  Anti-Arab
32  -  Anti-Hispanic or Latino
33  -  Anti-Other Race/Ethnicity/Ancestry

Religion
21  -  Anti-Jewish
22  -  Anti-Catholic
23  -  Anti-Protestant
24  -  Anti-Islamic (Muslim)
25  -  Anti-Other Religion
26  -  Anti-Multiple Religions, Group
27  -  Anti-Atheism/Agnosticism
28  -  Anti-Mormon
29  -  Anti-Jehovah’s Witness
81  -  Anti-Eastern Orthodox (Russian, Greek, Other)
82  -  Anti-Other Christian
83  -  Anti-Buddhist
84  -  Anti-Hindu
85  -  Anti-Sikh

Sexual Orientation
41  -  Anti-Gay (Male)
42  -  Anti-Lesbian (Female)
43  -  Anti-Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Transgender (Mixed Group)
44  -  Anti-Heterosexual
45  -  Anti-Bisexual

Disability
51  -  Anti-Physical Disability
52  -  Anti-Mental Disability

Gender
61  -  Anti-Male
62  -  Anti-Female

Gender Identity
71  -  Anti-Transgender
72  -  Anti-Gender Non-Conforming

None/Unkown
88  -  None (No Bias)
99  -  Unknown (Offender’s Motivation Not Known)
These codes are presented for Legacy Reference for old data and should no longer be used.

The data element is located within Offender Segment.
9 LOCATION TYPE
Location where each Offense took place.
2 N
01  -  Air, Bus, Train or Terminal
02  -  Bank, Savings and Loan (incl. other Financial Institutions)
03  -  Bar or Night Club
04  -  Church, Synagogue or Temple (includes other Religious Buildings..)
05  -  Commercial or Office Building
06  -  Construction Site
07  -  Convenience Store
08  -  Department or Discount Store
09  -  Drug Store, Doctor's Office or Hospital (includes Medical Supply Building)
10  -  Field or Woods
11  -  Government or Public Building
12  -  Grocery or Supermarket
13  -  Highway, Road or Alley (includes Street)
14  -  Hotel, Motel, Etc. (includes Temporary Lodgings)
15  -  Jail or Prison
16  -  Lake or Waterway
17  -  Liquor Store
18  -  Parking lot/Garage
19  -  Rental storage Facility
20  -  Residence/Home
21  -  Restaurant
22  -  School
23  -  Service or Gas Station
24  -  Specialty Store (incl. Fur Store, Jewelry Store, TV Store, Dress Shop, etc.)
25  -  Other or Unknown (use only if no other code applies)
37  -  Abandoned or Condemned Structure
38  -  Amusement Park
39  -  Arena, Stadium, Fairgrounds or Coliseum
40  -  ATM Separate from Bank
41  -  Auto Dealership (New or Used)
42  -  Camp or Campground
44  -  Daycare Facility
45  -  Dock, Wharf, Freight or Modal Terminal
46  -  Farm Facility
47  -  Gambling Facility, Casino or Race Track
48  -  Industrial Site
49  -  Military Installation
50  -  Park or Playground
51  -  Rest Area
52  -  School: College or University
53  -  School: Elementary or Secondary
54  -  Shelter: Mission or Homeless
55  -  Shopping Mall
56  -  Tribal Lands
57  -  Community Center
58  -  Cyberspace
These codes are presented for Legacy Reference for old data and should no longer be used.

The data element is located within Offender Segment.

Note: Data value School (22) was replaced by Location Codes 52 and 53 and is to be used only by agencies that have not adopted the new codes

10 NUMBER OF PREMISES ENTERED
Number of structures entered.
2 N Used only if crime is Burglary (220) AND if the Hotel Rule is applicable. Also, Location Type (Data Element No. 9) MUST be Hotel/Motel (14) or Jail/Prison (19)
11 METHOD OF ENTRY
Indicates whether Force or No Force was used by the burglar in entering a structure
1 A
F  -  Force
N  -  No Force
Used only if crime is Burglary (220).
12 TYPE OF CRIMINAL ACTIVITY/GANG INFORMATION
Provides additional information on the criminal activity and gang information of the Offender.
1 A
Criminal Activity
B  -  Buying / Receiving
C  -  Cultivation / Manufacturing / Publishing
D  -  Distribution / Selling
E  -  Exploiting Children
I  -  Possession with Intent to Sell. Sent to NIBRS as code 'P'
O  -  Operating/Promotion/Assisting
P  -  Possessing/Concealing
T  -  Transporting/Transmitting/Importing
U  -  Using/Consuming
X  -  Other. Sent to NIBRS as code 'P'
A  -  Simple/Gross Neglect
F  -  Organised Abuse
I  -  Intentional Abuse and Torture
S  -  Animal Sexual Abuse

Gang Information
J  -  Juvenile Gang
G  -  Other Gang
N  -  None or Unknown
For Type of Criminal Activity, use ONLY if one of the following Offenses:
  • 250 - Counterfeiting/Forgery
  • 280 - Stolen Property Offenses
  • 35A & 35B - Drug/Narcotic Offenses
  • 39C - Gambling Equip. Violations
  • 370 - Pornography Materials
  • 520 - Weapons Law Violations
  • 90A - Bad Checks
  • 90Z - 'Crime Against Property' Offenses
  • 720 - Animal Cruelty
Note: Can enter up to THREE codes of TYPE OF CRIMINAL ACTIVITY for each offense. Codes A, F, I and S may only be used for 720 Animal Cruelty Offenses.

For Gang Information, use only if the crime is one of the following offenses codes of “J”, ” G”, or ”N”:
  • 09A - Murder and Nonnegligent Manslaughter
  • 09B - Negligent Homicide
  • 100 - Kidnaping or Abduction
  • 120 - Robbery
  • 11A - Forcible Rape
  • 11B - Forcible Sodomy
  • 11C - Sexual Assault with An Object
  • 11D - Forcible Fondling
  • 13A - Aggravated Assault
  • 13B - Simple Assault
  • 13C - Intimidation
Note: Can enter up to TWO codes of GANG INFORMATION for each offense.
13 TYPE OF WEAPON/FORCE INVOLVED
The type(s) of weapon(s), or force, used by the Offender in committing the Offense.
3 A/N
11  -  Firearm (type not stated)
12  -  Handgun
13  -  Rifle
14  -  Shotgun
15  -  Other Firearm
20  -  Knife or Cutting Instrument
30  -  Blunt Object
35  -  Motor Vehicle / Vessel (When used as a weapon)
40  -  Personal Weapons
50  -  Poison
60  -  Explosives
65  -  Fire or Incendiary Device
70  -  Drugs, Narcotics or Sleeping Pills
85  -  Asphyxiation
90  -  Other
95  -  Unknown
99  -  None (Mutually Exclusive to any other value)
Use this data element ONLY if crime is one of the following Offenses: {::nomarkdown}
  • 09A, 09B, 09C Homicide Offenses
  • 100 Kidnaping or Abduction
  • 11A, 11B, 11C, 11D Forcible Sex Offenses
  • 120 Robbery
  • 13A Assault Offenses
  • 64A Human Trafficking and Commercial Sex Acts
  • 64B Human Trafficking and Involuntary Servitude
  • 210 Extortion/Blackmail
  • 520 Weapon Law Violations
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If weapon is an Automatic Weapon (capable of continued fire if the trigger is held down), append an 'A' to the weapon code as a third character.

P1 PROPERTY SEQUENCE NUMBER
Each Property in the Incident MUST be assigned a UNIQUE Sequence Number.
3 N Important: Internal system data element that allows for a Property to relate to many Offenses where multiple Property/Offense segments are submitted within a single incident.
P1R PROPERTY SEQUENCE NUMBER REFERENCE
UNIQUE constraint that allows a Property to relate to many Offenses.
3 N Important: Internal system data element that allows for multiple Property/Offense segments to be submitted within a single Incident.
14 TYPE OF PROPERTY LOSS
Describes the type of property loss, recovered, seized, etc., which occurred in an incident.
1 N
1  -  None
2  -  Burned
3  -  Counterfeited or Forged
4  -  Destroyed, Damaged or Vandalized
5  -  Recovered
6  -  Seized
7  -  Stolen, Etc.
8  -  Unknown
Property segments submitted only if crime is:
15 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
Description of property that was burned, counterfeited, stolen, etc., during the incident.
2 N
01  -  Aircraft
02  -  Alcohol
03  -  Automobiles
04  -  Bicycles
05  -  Buses
06  -  Clothes or Furs
07  -  Computer Hardware or Software
08  -  Consumable Goods
09  -  Credit or Debit Cards
10  -  Drugs or Narcotics
11  -  Drug Narcotic Equipment
12  -  Farm Equipment
13  -  Firearms
14  -  Gambling Equipment
15  -  Heavy Construction or Industrial Equipment
16  -  Household Goods
17  -  Jewelry, Precious Metals
18  -  Livestock
19  -  Merchandise
20  -  Money
21  -  Negotiable Instruments
22  -  Non-negotiable Instruments
23  -  Office-type Equipment
24  -  Other Motor Vehicles
25  -  Purses, Handbags or Wallets
26  -  Radios, TVs, VCRs or Cameras
27  -  Recordings: Audio or Visual
28  -  Recreational Vehicles
29  -  Structures: Single Occupancy Dwellings
30  -  Structures: Other Dwellings
31  -  Structures: Other Commercial/Business
32  -  Structures :Industrial/Manufacturing
33  -  Structures: Public/Community
34  -  Structures: Storage
35  -  Structures: Other
36  -  Tools
37  -  Trucks
38  -  Vehicle Parts or Accessories
39  -  Watercraft
41  -  Aircraft Parts/Accessories
42  -  Artistic Supplies/Accessories
43  -  Building Materials
44  -  Camping/Hunting/Fishing Equipment/Supplies
45  -  Chemicals
46  -  Collections/Collectibles
47  -  Crops
48  -  Documents/Personal or Business
49  -  Explosives
59  -  Firearm Accessories
64  -  Fuel
65  -  Identity Documents
66  -  Identity–Intangible
67  -  Law Enforcement Equipment
68  -  Lawn/Yard/Garden Equipment
69  -  Logging Equipment
70  -  Medical/Medical Lab Equipment
71  -  Metals, Non-Precious
72  -  Musical Instruments
73  -  Pets
74  -  Photographic/Optical Equipment
75  -  Portable Electronic Communications
76  -  Recreational/Sports Equipment
77  -  Other
78  -  Trailers
79  -  Watercraft Equipment/Parts/Accessories
80  -  Weapons–Other
88  -  Pending Inventory
99  -  Special category used by the National UCR program to compile statistics.
‘99’ CANNOT be used unless state programs are directed to use it for trend crimes by the FBI and will be rejected if used normal submissions.
16 VALUE OF PROPERTY
The total dollar value of the property burned, counterfeited, stolen, etc., during and incident
9 NNNNNNNNN
1  -  Unknown
Values are also entered for Seized Drugs and Narcotics. (LIBRS Only)
17 DATE RECOVERED
8 MMDDYYYY If previously stolen property is recovered, the date of its recovery is to be entered. If there are more than one recovery dates for the same 'Property Description' enter the earliest date. If the recovery date is Unknown, enter the date of the report.
18 NUMBER OF STOLEN MOTOR VEHICLES
Indicates number of motor vehicles stolen during an incident. If the number is Unknown, enter '00'.
2 N MUST BE ENTERED if NIBRS Offense Code is 240. Otherwise, MUST BE BLANK.
19 NUMBER OF RECOVERED VEHICLES
Indicates how many motor vehicles were recovered in the incident. If the number is unknown, enter '00'.
2 N MUST BE ENTERED if NIBRS Offense Code is 240. Otherwise, MUST BE BLANK.
20 SUSPECTED DRUG TYPE
Enter the types of drugs/narcotics that were seized in a drug case.
2 A
A  -  'Crack' Cocaine
B  -  Cocaine
C  -  Hashish
1  -  Hash Oil (LIBRS Only). Sent to NIBRS as “C”
D  -  Heroin
E  -  Marijuana
F  -  Morphine
G  -  Opium
H  -  Other Narcotics:
  • Codeine
  • Demerol
  • Dihydromorphinone or Dilaudid
  • Hydrocodone or Percodan
  • Methadone
I  -  LSD
J  -  PCP
K  -  Other Hallucinogens:
  • BMDA or 'White Acid'
  • MT, MDA, or MDMA
  • Mescaline or Peyote
  • Psilocybin
  • STP
L  -  Amphetamines / Methamphetamines
M  -  Other Stimulants:
  • Adipex, Fastine, and Ionamin (Derivatives of Phentermine)
  • Benzedrine
  • Didrex
  • Methylphenidate or Ritalin
  • Phenmetrazine or Preludin
  • Tenuate
N  -  Barbiturates
O  -  Other Depressants:
  • Glutethimide or Doriden
  • Methaqualone or Quaalude
  • Pentazocine or Talwin
P  -  Other Drugs:
  • Antidepressants (Elavil, Triavil, Tofranil, Etc.)
  • Aromatic Hydrocarbons
  • Propoxyphene or Darvon
  • Tranquilizers (Chlordiazepoxide or Librium, Diazepam or Valium, Etc.)
U  -  Unknown Type Drug
If the suspected drug type is a counterfeit, append an 'X' to the drug code, otherwise leave the second character blank.
21 ESTIMATED DRUG QUANTITY
The quantity of drugs or narcotics seized in a drug incident.
13 N If Drug Quantity is UNKNOWN, then value should be 1.000
22 TYPE OF DRUG MEASUREMENT
Used in quantifying drugs or narcotics seized in a drug incident. The same drugs or narcotics code CANNOT be entered within the same “Type of Measurement” category, but could be reported if in different categories.
2 A
Weight Category
GM  -  Gram
KG  -  Kilogram
OZ  -  Ounce
LB  -  Pound

Volume Category
ML  -  Milliliter
LT  -  Liter
FO  -  Fluid Ounce
GL  -  Gallon

Units Category
DU  -  Dosage Units, Items (Number of Capsules, Pills, Tablets, Etc.)
NP  -  Number of Plants (e.g., Marijuana Plants (Bushes), Etc.)

Other
XX  -  Not Reported or Unknown
For example, if two one-pound bags of marijuana are seized, they CANNOT be reported as two separate property seizures of one pound each, but instead should be reported as one seizure of two pounds of marijuana.

On the other hand, if a one-pound bag and a three-ounce bag of marijuana are seized, then they should be reported separately as a one-pound bag and a three-ounce bag.



Note: XX = should be used for any category of drug when the substance is awaiting lab analysis

23 VICTIM SEQUENCE NUMBER
Each victim in an incident is to be assigned a sequence number.
3 N
24 OFFENSE CONNECTED TO VICTIM SEQUENCE NUMBER
Used to link each offense to each victim. That is, the offense which was perpetrated against the victim during the incident.
3 N Must have an offense segment for each victim. (e.g. 3 rape victims) Even though the same LRS was violated during the incident, this LRS code must be submitted for each victim. One offense segment of 14:42/ V must be submitted for each victim.

Note: This Data Element is in the Offense Segment.

25 TYPE OF VICTIM
The type of victim.
1 A
I  -  Individual
B  -  Business
F  -  Financial Institution
G  -  Government
L  -  Law Enforcement Officer (LIBRS Only). Sent to NIBRS as “L” starting with 2.5
R  -  Religious Organization
S  -  Society/Public
O  -  Other
U  -  Unknown
25A TYPE OF OFFICER ACTIVITY/CIRCUMSTANCE *New*
Describes Activity being performed by a Law Enforcement Officer, and Other Circumstances, at time of the Incident.
2 N
01  -  Responding to Disturbance Calls
02  -  Burglaries in Progress or Pursuing Burglary Suspects
03  -  Robberies in Progress or Pursuing Robbery Suspects
04  -  Attempting Other Arrests
05  -  Civil Disorder
06  -  Handling, Transporting, Custody of Prisoners
07  -  Investigating Suspicious Persons or Circumstance
08  -  Ambush - No Warning
09  -  Handling Persons with Mental Illness
10  -  Traffic Pursuits and Stops
11  -  All Other
25B OFFICER ASSIGNMENT TYPE *NEW*
Describes Type of Assignment for Law Enforcement Officer(s) during Incident.
1 A
F  -  Two-Officer Vehicle
G  -  One-Officer Vehicle (Alone)
H  -  One-Officer Vehicle (Assisted)
I  -  Detective or Special Assignment (Alone)
J  -  Detective or Special Assignment (Assisted)
K  -  Other (Alone)
L  -  Other (Assisted)
25C OFFICER ORI, OTHER JURISDICTION *New*
During a Multi-Jurisdictional Incident, this ORI Number is recorded if a Law Enforcement Officer who is the Victim is from a Jurisdiction outside the Jurisdiction where the Incident occurred.
9 N Format: Same as Agency ORI Number. If the ORI Number is unknown please contact LIBRS Program staff for assistance.
26 AGE OF VICTIM (At Time of the Incident)
3 A/N
NN  -  Under 24 hours (Neonate)
NB  -  1-6 Days Old (New Born)
BB  -  7-364 Days Old (Baby)
01 to 98  -  Years Old (Age in Years)
99  -  Over 98 Years Old
00  -  Unknown
If the victim was a person (that is, Type of Victim (Data Element 25) is Individual ('I') or Law Enforcement ('L'), then his/her age is to be entered into this data element.

If the Victim's EXACT AGE IS UNKNOWN, enter estimated age of Victim and append an 'E' into third character (for example, '49E'). If it is impossible to determine even an estimated age of the victim, then enter Unknown ('00') and leave the third character blank.

L26 DATE OF BIRTH OF VICTIM
If the Victim was a person (that is, Type of Victim (Data Element 25) is Individual (“I”) or Law Enforcement ('L')), then his/her Date of Birth should be entered here.
8 MMDDYYYY
27 SEX OF VICTIM
If the victim was a person (that is, Type of Victim (Data Element 25) is Individual ('I') or Law Enforcement ('L')), then his/her sex should be entered here.
1 A
M  -  Male
F  -  Female
U  -  Unknown
28 RACE OF VICTIM
If the victim was a person (that is, Type of Victim (Data Element 25) is Individual (“I”) or Law Enforcement ('L'), then his/her Race is to be entered into this data element.
1 A
W  -  White
B  -  Black
I  -  American Indian / Alaskan Native
A  -  Asian
P  -  Native Hawiian or Other Pacific Islander
U  -  Unknown
29 ETHNICITY OF VICTIM
If the victim was a person (i.e., 'I'= Individual or 'L' = Law Enforcement was entered into DE # 25 “Type of Victim”), his/her ethnicity is to be entered into this data element.
1 A
H  -  Hispanic Origin
N  -  Not of Hispanic Origin
U  -  Unknown
30 RESIDENT STATUS OF VICTIM
A 'Resident' is a person who maintains his/her permanent home for legal purposes in the locality (i.e., town, city, or community) where the crime took place.
1 A
R  -  Resident
N  -  Nonresident
U  -  Unknown
If the victim was a person (i.e., 'I'= Individual or 'L' = Law Enforcement was entered into DE # 25 “Type of Victim”), his/her resident status is to be entered into this data element.
31 AGGRAVATED ASSAULT / HOMICIDE CIRCUMSTANCE *Modified*
Describes the circumstances of either an Aggravated Assault or Homicide
2 N
Aggravated Assault and Non-Negligent Manslaughter Circumstances
01  -  Argument
02  -  Assault on Law enforcement Officer(s)
03  -  Drug Dealing
04  -  Gangland
05  -  Juvenile Gang
06  -  Domestic Violence
07  -  Mercy Killing (Not applicable to aggravated assault)
08  -  Other Felony Involved
09  -  Other Circumstances
10  -  Unknown Circumstances
40  -  Child Abuse (LIBRS Only) to NIBRS as code '09'

Negligent Manslaughter Circumstances
30  -  Child Playing with Weapon
31  -  Gun-Cleaning Accident
32  -  Hunting Accident
33  -  Other Negligent Weapon Handling
34  -  Other Negligent Killing
40  -  Child Abuse (LIBRS Only) to NIBRS as code '09'

Justifiable Homicide Circumstances
20  -  Criminal Killed by Private Citizen
21  -  Criminal Killed by Police Office
Use ONLY if Crime is: Homicide (09A, 09B or 09C), Assault Offenses (13A or 13B) only when the 13B Victim is a ‘L’ and Law Enforcement Officer.

Child Abuse (“40”) can ONLY be used when Offenses are: Murder and Nonnegligent Manslaughter (09A), Negligent Homicide (09B), Aggravated Assault (13A)

32 ADDITIONAL JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE CIRCUMSTANCES
Used to further describe the circumstances of a justifiable homicide, and homicide, or assault, against a law enforcement officer
1 A
A  -  Criminal Attacked Police Officer and That Officer Killed Criminal
B  -  Criminal Attacked Police Officer and Criminal Killed by Another Police Officer
C  -  Criminal Attacked by Civilian
D  -  Criminal Attempted Flight from a Crime
E  -  Criminal Killed in the Commission of a Crime
F  -  Criminal Resisted Arrest
G  -  Unable to Determine / Not Enough Information
Enter ONLY ONE of the following codes
33 TYPE OF INJURY
Describes types of bodily injury suffered by a person.
1 A
N  -  None
B  -  Apparent Broken Bones
I  -  Possible Internal Injury
L  -  Severe Laceration
M  -  Apparent Minor Injury
O  -  Other Major Injury
T  -  Loss of Teeth
U  -  Unconsciousness
Used only if Crime is: (100)Kidnaping/Abduction, (11A-11D)Forcible Sex Offenses, (120)Robbery, (13A,13B)Assault Offenses, (210)Extortion/Blackmail and (90Z)Crime Against Person Offenses.

Can enter as many codes as are applicable

34 OFFENDER NUMBER TO BE RELATED
Used along with Relationship of Victim to Offender (Data Element 35) to report the relationships of each Victim to each Offender who has perpetrated a Crime against a Person or a Robbery against the Victim(Individual).
3 N Used only if Crime is: (09A, 09B, 09C) Homicide Offenses, (100) Kidnaping/Abduction, (11A-11D) Forcible Sex Offenses, (120) Robbery, (13A,13B,13C) Assault Offenses, (36A,36B) Non-Forcible Sex Offenses and (90Z) Crime Against Person Offenses
35 RELATIONSHIP OF VICTIM TO OFFENDERS
Used along with Offender Number to be Related (Data Element 34) to report the relationships of each Victim to each Offender who has perpetrated a Crime against a Person or a Robbery against the Victim (Individual).
2 A
Within Family
SE  -  Victim Was Spouse
CS  -  Victim Was Common-Law Spouse
PA  -  Victim Was Parent
SB  -  Victim Was Sibling
CH  -  Victim Was Child
GP  -  Victim Was Grandparent
GC  -  Victim Was Grandchild
IL  -  Victim Was In-Law
SP  -  Victim Was Stepparent
SC  -  Victim Was Stepchild
SS  -  Victim Was Step-Sibling (stepbrother or stepsister)
OF  -  Victim Was Other Family Member
NM  -  Non-Married Live-in (LIBRS Only) Sent to NIBRS as 'CS'

Outside Family, But Known to Victim
VO  -  Victim Was Offender
AQ  -  Victim Was Acquaintance
FR  -  Victim Was Friend
NE  -  Victim Was Neighbor
BE  -  Victim Was Babysittee (the baby)
BG  -  Victim Was Boyfriend/Girlfriend
XB  -  Victim Was Ex-Boyfriend/Girlfriend (LIBRS Only). Now Maps to 'XR'; Sent to NIBRS as 'BG'
CF  -  Victim Was Child of Boyfriend or Girlfriend
HR  -  Homosexual Relationship *no longer used*
XS  -  Victim Was Ex-Spouse
EE  -  Victim Was Employee
ER  -  Victim Was Employer
OK  -  Victim Was Otherwise Known
ES  -  Victim Was Estranged Spouse (LIBRS Only) Sent to NIBRS as 'SE'
XR  -  Victim was from an Ex Relationship

Not Know By Victim
RU  -  Relationship Unknown
ST  -  Victim Was Stranger

Other
VO  -  Victim Was Offender
36 OFFENDER SEQUENCE NUMBER
Each Offender in an incident is assigned a UNIQUE sequence number
3 N If '000' entered (that is, nothing is known about Offender) leave Age of Offender, Date of Birth of Offender, Sex of Offender and Race of Offender (Data Elements 37-39) Blank

000...Nothing Known About Offender. However, must submit Offender Segment (40) and Offender Using Segment (41), even if Offender is Unknown.

37 AGE OF OFFENDER [At Time of the Incident]
3 N
01-98  -  Age in years
99  -  Over 98 Years Old
00  -  Unknown
If Offender’s exact age is Unknown, enter estimated age of Offender and append an 'E' into third character (for example: 49E).

If it is not possible to determine even an estimated age of the Offender, then enter '00' (Unknown) and leave the third character Blank

L37 DATE OF BIRTH OF OFFENDER
8 MMDDYYYY If the date of birth of the offender is known, it is to be entered in this data element.
38 SEX OF OFFENDER
The sex of the Offender is to be entered in this data element.
1 A
M  -  Male
F  -  Female
U  -  Unknown
39 RACE OF OFFENDER
The race of the Offender is to be entered in this data element.
1 A
W  -  White
B  -  Black
I  -  American Indian / Alaskan Native
A  -  Asian/Pacific Islander
U  -  Unknown
39A ETHNICITY OF OFFENDER
(Optional) The Ethnicity of the Offender is to be entered in this data element.
1 A
H  -  Hispanic Origin
N  -  Not of Hispanic Origin
U  -  Unknown
40 ARRESTEE SEQUENCE NUMBER
Each Arrestee in an incident is to be assigned a sequence number
3 N
L40 ARRESTEE NAME
Enter the full name of Arrestee. If the full name will not fit in the field, enter as much as possible
20 A
41 ARREST NUMBER/LOCAL BOOKING NUMBER for ARREST
The number assigned by your agency to the Arrest Report to identify it uniquely. It may be the Incident Number of the reported incident relating to the arrest, or a separate Arrest Transaction Number.
12 N
42 ARREST DATE
The month, date, and year when the arrest took place
8 MMDDYYYY
43 TYPE OF ARREST
Indicates the type of apprehension
1 A
O  -  On-View Arrest (taken into custody without a warrant or previous incident report.)
S  -  Summoned / Cited (not taken into custody)
T  -  Taken Into Custody (based on warrant and/or previously submitted incident report.)
44 MULTIPLE ARRESTEE SEGMENT INDICATOR
Used to ensure that an arrestee is counted only once when the arrestee’s apprehension causes the arresting agency to submit two or more arrestee segments concerning separate incident reports
1 A
M  -  Multiple
C  -  Count Arrestee
N  -  Not Applicable
45 LOUISIANA REVISED STATUTE NUMBER OF ARREST
Used to enter the Louisiana Revised Statute Number(s) that the arrestee was charged with
12 N Must be on Master LIBRS/LRS Code Table to be accepted into LIBRS.
N45 AGENCY SUPPLIED NIBRS CODE FOR ARREST *NEW*
3 N EVERY Offense Segment (20) in the data submission MUST have an Agency Supplied NIBRS Code (N6). Agencies should be aware that many Louisiana Revised Statutes map to multiple NIBRS codes and should consult the LIBRS Master LRS Table to review these mappings.
L45 ARREST CONNECTION TO OFFENSE
Used to relate the arrest with the offense which gave rise to the arrest
15 N This Data Element is optional at this time.
46 ARRESTEE WAS ARMED WITH
Used to indicate whether the arrestee was armed with a commonly known weapon at the time of his/her apprehension
3 A/N
01  -  Unarmed
11  -  Firearm (Type Not Stated)
12  -  Handgun
13  -  Rifle
14  -  Shotgun
15  -  Other Firearm
16  -  Lethal Cutting Instrument (switchblade knife, martial arts 'stars', Etc.)
17  -  Club, Blackjack or Brass Knuckles
Append an 'A' to the Weapon code if an Automatic Weapon. (That is, place an 'A' in third character)

Can enter as many codes as are applicable.

47 AGE OF ARRESTEE [At Time of Arrest]
The age of the Arrestee at the time of arrest is to be entered
3 N
01-98  -  Age in years
99  -  Over 98 Years Old
00  -  Unknown
If the Arrestee’s exact age is UNKNOWN, enter Estimated Age of Arrestee and Append an 'E' into third character (for example, “49E”). If it is not possible to determine even an Estimated Age of the Arrestee, then enter '00' (Unknown) and leave the third character blank
L47 DATE OF BIRTH OF ARRESTEE
If the Date of Birth of the Arrestee is known, entered it in this data element.
8 MMDDYYYY
48 SEX OF ARRESTEE
Enter Sex of the Arrestee in this data element.
1 A
M  -  Male
F  -  Female
49 RACE OF ARRESTEE
Enter Race of the Arrestee in this data element.
1 A
W  -  White
B  -  Black
I  -  American Indian/Alaskan Native
A  -  Asian or Pacific Islander
U  -  Unknown
50 ETHNICITY OF ARRESTEE
Enter Ethnic Origin of the Arrestee in this data element.
1 A
H  -  Hispanic Origin
N  -  Not of Hispanic Origin
U  -  Unknown
51 RESIDENT STATUS OF ARRESTEE
A 'Resident' is a person who maintains his or her permanent home for legal purposes in the locality (town, city, or community) where the crime took place.
1 A
R  -  Resident
N  -  Nonresident
U  -  Unknown
Enter Resident Status of the Arrestee in this data element.
52 DISPOSITION OF ARRESTEE UNDER 17
Used only if the arrestee was 16 years of age or younger at the time of arrest.
1 A
D  -  Handled Within Department and Released.
J  -  Referred to Juvenile Court or Probation Department
W  -  Referred to Welfare Agency
P  -  Referred to Other Police Agency
A  -  Referred to Criminal or Adult Court
This will change to Arrestee under 18 on 01/01/2020
L53 LOCATION OF INCIDENT (Geographical Coordinates)
This field is for reporting the Geographical Location of the incident.
12 N This field is NOT REQUIRED and may be left Blank.

Optional: This field is not validated nor submitted to the FBI.

L54 STATION/DIVISION/PRECINCT IDENTIFIER
OPTIONAL field for Agency’s use in locating incidents.
6 N Optional
L55 ARREST TRANSACTION NUMBER (ATN) for LOUISIANA
This data element will be generated by the Live Scan when finger printing an Arrestee, or can be a Pre-Assigned Number generated and assigned at the time of the finger printing
15 N Based on characters as assigned by AFIS. Required on all Offenses reported to the Bureau of Identification of the Louisiana State Police.
70 INCHOATE
The Inchoate value is designed to give extra context to the nature of the offense.
2 -A ('-' plus an Alpha Character)
-A  -  Accessory After the Fact
-C  -  Conspiracy
-I  -  Inciting a Felony
-S  -  Solicitation
-H  -  Hate Crime Penalty Enhancer
Optional



Allowable Property Loss Types (DE 14) By NIBRS and Attemped/Completed


The following table outlines the values that are allowed to be used for data Element 14, Property Loss Type, when an Offense of a particular NIBRS Code is either Attempted or Completed.

NIBRS Code When Attempted... When Completed...
100 1 - None
8 - Unknown
1 - None
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
8 - Unknown
120 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
200 1 - None
8 - Unknown
2 - Burned
210 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
220 1 - None
8 - Unknown
1 - None
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
8 - Unknown
240 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
250 1 - None
8 - Unknown
3 - Counterfeited or Forged
5 - Recovered
6 - Seized
270 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
280 1 - None
8 - Unknown
1 - None
5 - Recovered
290 1 - None
8 - Unknown
4 - Destroyed, Damaged, or Vandalized
23A 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
23B 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
23C 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
23D 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
23E 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
23F 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
23G 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
23H 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
26A 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
26B 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
26C 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
26D 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
26E 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
26F 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
26G 1 - None
8 - Unknown
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
35A 1 - None
8 - Unknown
1 - None
6 - Seized
35B 1 - None
8 - Unknown
1 - None
6 - Seized
39A 1 - None
8 - Unknown
6 - Seized
39B 1 - None
8 - Unknown
6 - Seized
39C 1 - None
8 - Unknown
6 - Seized
39D 1 - None
8 - Unknown
6 - Seized
510 1 - None
8 - Unknown
1 - None
5 - Recovered
7 - Stolen, Etc.
8 - Unknown
90A 1 - None
8 - Unknown
6 - Seized
90Z 1 - None
8 - Unknown
6 - Seized