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UNIFORM CRIME REPORTING SYSTEM
Act 319 of 1968
AN ACT to provide a uniform crime reporting system; to provide for the submitting of such report to the department of state police; to require submission of the report by certain police agencies; to require the reporting on wanted persons and stolen vehicles; to require the reporting of information regarding certain persons and unidentified bodies of deceased persons; to prescribe certain powers and duties of law enforcement agencies; and to vest the director of the department of state police with certain authority.
History: 1968, Act 319, Imd. Eff. July 3, 1968
Am. 1985, Act 204, Eff. Mar. 1, 1986
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The People of the State of Michigan enact:
|Section 28.251||Section||Uniform crime reports; duties of police departments to file, contents.
|Section 28.252||Section||Compilation of monthly uniform crime reports; use.
|Section 28.253||Section||Voluntary crime reports; inclusion in compilation.
|Section 28.254||Section||Reports of wanted persons and stolen vehicles.
|Section 28.255||Section||Reports of apprehension or recovery.
|Section 28.256||Section||Inapplicability of act as to traffic misdemeanors.
|Section 28.257||Section||Domestic violence incidents; report to state police; contents.
|Section 28.257a||Section||Crimes motivated by prejudice or bias; report.
|Section 28.258||Section||Definitions; certain persons reported missing; preliminary investigation; entering information into LEIN, national crime information center, and clearinghouse; dental records; retaining and broadcasting information; forwarding information to registrar; notice and information to last known school district; request that registrar and school district be notified; emancipated missing child; cancellation of information; policy preventing immediate investigation prohibited; unidentified body; unknown identity of individual found.
|Section 28.259||Section||Missing children information clearinghouse; establishment; administration; supervision; services; duties; location of child; compliance.