A comparison of Tennessee Code Annotated Offenses to NIBRS offense codes is also available.
The offenses found in the Tennessee Code Annotated were related as closely as possible to the NIBRS offense code definitions to provide a resource for local law enforcement agencies when classifying offenses for the state IBR program.
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Try “Preacher arrested 2010.” The search is not difficult, but since there is no hierarchy for any religion outside of mainstream Protestantism, there is no trail to follow like the Catholic church that stretches all the way to Rome.
Since I collected all of these to go along with a book I’m writing and then changed my mind about using them I thought I would share them with you, but I am still writing the book.
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