The Joint Analysis Intelligence Center (JAIC) is the analytical, statistical, and academic arm of the Prince George’s County Police Department which is staffed 365 days a year and is a part of the Department's Information Technology Division (ITD). The JAIC is responsible for accurate Federal and State Reporting under the Uniform Crime Reporting Program administered by the U.S. Department of Justice, and for timely and accurate crime analysis.
As of 01/01/2021, police departments across the Country are presently transitioning from the Summary Reporting System under UCR to the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) which offers significant improvements in data collection, offense classification, and crime incident management. PGPD became NIBRS certified by the FBI in 2018, has one of the lowest error rates within the United States, and continues to collect and report NIBRS data to the FBI.
Most data displayed within this portal are NIBRS centric and have been submitted to the State of Maryland on a monthly basis. It should be noted that the information contained is representative of when an incident was reported to the Prince George’s County Police Department. Typically, this site only contains crime information for areas within the County which are not served by a municipal police agency or municipal government. Monthly totals are typically updated by the 16th of the current month, for incidents that occurred during the previous month.
Traffic related fatalities are typically updated with 48 hours of occurrence.
For general assistance, or for content related information, please contact the staff analysts at Police_JAIntelCtr@co.pg.md.us.