McAllen Police Department

Crime Reports

The McAllen Police Department reports yearly crime statistics to the State of Texas and the F.B.I. regarding crime in the City of McAllen.

National Incident - Based Reporting System (NIBRS)

The City of McAllen participates in the US Department of Justice (DOJ) FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) System, a nationwide statistical data reporting effort.

The DOJ FBI Summary Reporting System (SRS), commonly known as the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR), is transitioning to the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) beginning January 1, 2021. 

Additionally, the Texas Legislature passed legislation that requires this reporting change. 

Pursuant to such directives, the McAllen Police Department has completed its transition from the UCR format to the NIBRS format.

Reporting under the former UCR format reflects occurrences of eight (8) crime categories (including Arson) called Part 1 Crimes. 

Reporting under the current NIBRS format reflects 24 offense categories made up of 52 reportable Group A offenses and 10 Group B offenses. 

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McAllen NIBRS Crime Report - 2023PDF2.41 MB18 Jan, 2024 Download
2022 McAllen National Incident - Based Reporting System (NIBRS) Crime ReportPDF2.28 MB19 Jan, 2023 Download
2021 McAllen National Incident -Based Reporting System (NIBRS) Crime ReportPDF2.35 MB20 Jan, 2022 Download
UCR TO NIBRS TRANSITIONPDF7.78 MB10 Feb, 2021 Download
2020 McAllen Crime ReportPDF4.38 MB22 Jan, 2021 Download
2019 McAllen Crime ReportPDF4.58 MB17 Jan, 2020 Download
2018 McAllen Crime ReportPDF3.68 MB18 Jan, 2019 Download
2017 McAllen Crime ReportPDF3.93 MB19 Jan, 2018 Download
2016 McAllen Crime ReportPDF3.97 MB19 Jan, 2017 Download
2015 McAllen Crime ReportPDF2.06 MB15 Jan, 2016 Download
2014 McAllen Crime ReportPDF1.86 MB16 Jan, 2015 Download
2013 McAllen Crime ReportPDF3.37 MB17 Jan, 2014 Download
2012 McAllen Crime ReportPDF2.23 MB16 Sep, 2013 Download

Sex Offender Database link

All convicted Sex Offenders living in the state of Texas are required to register with their local law enforcement agency, which forwards information to the Texas Department of Public Safety – Sex Offender Program. The Texas Department of Public Safety offers a comprehensive list of all registered Sex Offenders living in the state of Texas. Information may be searched using zip code or name and date of birth of offender.

Visit the Texas Public Sex Offender Registry