The Federal Bureau of Investigation is scrutinizing the Layton Police Department. However, the feds aren't looking for what's wrong, but rather what's right with Layton's crime-reporting system.
Police Chief Doyle Talbot told the City Council there's a 4 percent national error rate with crime reports submitted to the FBI by cities. However, Layton's margin of error is just less than 1 percent.
He said the FBI is impressed with the city's reporting and wants to know why it is so accurate, so other cities can perhaps use it as a model. He credits his staff for the effort.
"It's impressive," councilman Stuart Adams said.