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Criminal Victimization in the United States - Statistical Tables Index

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  Personal crimes (See also Definition )

Associated data tables:

 Table 01: Number, percent distribution, and rate of victimizations, by type of crime
  2008:Acrobat file (5K)  |  Spreadsheet (11K)
  1996-2007: Acrobat file (93K )

    Agency type providing assistance to victim
    Aggravated assault (See Aggravated Assault)
    Assault (See Assault)
    Distance from home
        Property stolen
        Recovery of
        Time from work
        Value of
    Number of incidents
        Drug/alcohol use
        Multiple-offender victimizations
        Number of
        Single-offender victimizations
        Victim-offender relationship
        Weapons used
    Physical force, who used first
    Place of occurrence
        Activity during initial contact
        Response time to victim
        Response to reported incident
    Purse snatching/pocket picking (See Purse Snatching/Pocket Picking)
    Reporting to police
        Reasons for
        Reasons for not
    Rape (See Rape/Sexual Assault)
    Robbery (See Robbery)
    Series victimizations
    Simple assault (See Simple Assault)
    Time of occurrence
        Activity at time of incident
        Distance from home
        Family income
        Head of household
        Marital status
        Number of
            Number of years lived at
            Region of
            Urban, suburban, rural
        Self-protective measures
        Victim-offender relationship

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