The Master Police Report summary lists the offense information of all master police report for the selected juvenile.


  • DATE – the date of police contact, the date that a police report or referral was written.
  • T – the abbreviation for “type” code; this type code refers to the type of police contact and is determined from the Method of Apprehension code entered by a Police Department.  It can have values of A for custody arrest; N for non-custody arrests; and R for referrals.  If the method of Apprehension is not entered by the Police Department a blank value will be displayed.
  • MSTR POL RPT – the master police report number is used for filing purposes.  It is typically associated with the most serious crime OR it may refer to the earliest.
  • POL RPT – the police report number.
  • F P – this indicates whether fingerprints were taken for this apprehension. (Y or N)
  • MOD – a modifier code that may change the nature of the offense, examples of offense modifier codes include AT for attempted and CC for conspiracy to commit.  Show me the complete list.
  • OFFENSE – the illegal act that is the subject of the police report.  Show me the complete list.
  • SEV – the severity code of the offense; examples of severity codes include FA for a “Felony A’ offense and SO for a status offense.  Show me the complete list.
  • SECTION NUMBER – the citation of statute, ordinance or provision that defines the offense; most likely a State statute or county ordinance.  Show me the complete list.
  • AGY – the agency that entered the offense information; an abbreviation is displayed in place of the full agency name.  Show me the complete list.