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Publication Bureau of Justice Statistics National Update This bulletin describes recent efforts to upgrade Federal crime-control strategies as well as data collection efforts and presents recent statistics compiled by the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
10/1/1991 NCJ 131778
Publication Four Percent More Prisoners in First Half of 1991 According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, the State and Federal prison population grew by nearly 4 percent (30,149) during the first half of 1991 to reach a record 804,524 inmates.
Part of the Prisoners Series
10/1/1991 NCJ 133281
Publication Serious Crime in Rhode Island: 1990 Statistics for serious crime in Rhode Island for 1990 are provided. Serious crime rose by 3.2 percent; increases in every serious crime category, except rape, contributed to this result. The annual total of serious crimes -- 53,630 -- is the highest result since year 1981 when 55,704 serious crimes were reported.
10/1/1991 NCJ 134871
Publication Capital Punishment 1990 Among the 36 States and the Federal government with capital punishment laws, 11 executed 23 prisoners during 1990, bringing the total number of executions to 143 since 1976, the year that the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty.
9/15/1991 NCJ 131648
Publication Capital Punishment, 1990 Presents characteristics of persons under sentence of death at yearend and of persons executed. Paper copy only.
Part of the Capital Punishment Series
9/1/1991 NCJ 131648
Publication Census of Local Jails, 1988, Volume IV: Data for Individual Jails in the South Information from questionnaires completed by all locally administered jails in 15 southern states and the District of Columbia were used to compile these statistical tables showing inmate populations, facility characteristics, and other information for fiscal year 1988.
9/1/1991 NCJ 130761
Publication Census of Local Jails, 1988: Volume V. Data for Individual Jails in the West This report presents detailed statistics on individual jails in 12 western States: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.
Part of the Census of Jails Series
9/1/1991 NCJ 130762
Publication Correctional Populations in the United States, 1989 Data on U.S. correctional populations for 1989 cover jail inmates, prison inmates, probationers, parolees, and inmates under a death sentence.
Part of the Correctional Populations in the United States Series
9/1/1991 NCJ 130445
Publication Drugs and Crime Facts, 1990 This report summarizes drug data published by various Federal agencies in 1990. Many Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) programs produce data on drug-related crimes, drug offenders, and drug law enforcement.
9/1/1991 NCJ 128662
Publication School Crime, 1991 Analyzes the experiences of U.S. students in grades 6-12 regarding crime victimization at school, the availability of illicit substances, gang presence, fear of crime, and school security measures.
9/1/1991 NCJ 131645
Publication School Crime: A National Crime Victimization Survey Report Data from a special supplement to the national Crime Victimization Survey in the first half of 1989 gathered information on students' perceptions regarding drug availability at school, juvenile gangs at school, fear of crime at school, the school environment, victimization, and efforts to avoid becoming a victim of crime in schools.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
9/1/1991 NCJ 131645
Publication Census of Local Jails, 1988, Volume II: Data for Individual Jails in the Northeast Information from questionnaires completed by all the locally administered jails in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania were used to compile these statistical tables showing inmate populations, jail capacities, inmate deaths, correctional personnel, facility characteristics, correctional expenditures, and inmate programs during fiscal year 1988.
8/1/1991 NCJ 130759
Publication Census of Local Jails, 1988, Volume III: Data for Individual Jails in the Midwest Information from questionnaires completed by all locally administered jails in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin were used to compile these statistical tables showing inmate populations, facility characteristics, and other information for fiscal year 1988.
8/1/1991 NCJ 130760
Publication Crime and the Nation's Households, 1990 Data from the National Crime Victimization Survey revealed that in 1990, 24 percent of households in the United States were victimized by a rape, robbery, assault, theft, burglary, or motor vehicle theft.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
8/1/1991 NCJ 130302
Publication Justice Expenditure and Employment Extracts: 1984, 1985, and 1986 This report presents public expenditure and employment data on civil and criminal justice activities in the United States for 1984, 1985, and 1986.
Part of the Justice Expenditure and Employment Series
8/1/1991 NCJ 124139
Publication Justice Expenditure and Employment in the U.S., 1988 Criminal justice employment and expenditure data
Part of the Justice Expenditure and Employment Series
8/1/1991 NCJ 125619
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States: 1973-88 Trends Data from the National Crime Surveys for 1973-88 cover personal crimes of violence (female rape, robbery, assault); personal crimes of theft; and household crimes (burglary, household larceny, and motor vehicle theft).
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
7/1/1991 NCJ 129392
Publication Predicting Criminal Justice Outcomes: What Matters? A sample of 1,115 burglary and 1,148 robbery defendants from 14 urban sites was studied to explore the extent to which conviction rates, case disposition times, and other adjudication outcomes differed between jurisdictions. Case and defendant characteristics were analyzed to determine which types of cases were most likely to result in guilty pleas and which were likely to go to trial.
6/24/1991 NCJ 129765
Publication Crime and Justice Report for the District of Columbia, 1990 Criminal justice statistics.
6/1/1991 NCJ 131487
Publication Data Collections Available From the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data: Update, Summer 1991 This catalog describes the data collections relevant to research on criminal justice.
6/1/1991 NCJ 137450
Publication Forensic DNA Analysis: Issues This report discusses the privacy and confidentiality issues raised by DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) testing for identification purposes.
6/1/1991 NCJ 128567
Publication Jail Inmates, 1990 This report presents statistics on jail inmates from the Annual Survey of Jails, conducted on June 29, 1990.
6/1/1991 NCJ 129756
Publication Rape in Arkansas 1990 Using the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) definition of rape, this report presents data on rape in Arkansas for 1990.
6/1/1991 NCJ 131822
Publication Statutes Requiring the Use of Criminal History Record Information This report compiles and describes Federal and State laws dealing with crimes and criminal procedures that require information about an offender's past criminal involvement.
6/1/1991 NCJ 129896
Publication Tracking Offenders, 1988 Fourteen States participate in the Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (OBTS) program of the Bureau of Justice Statistics. The data provided to OBTS permits a comprehensive examination of the outcomes of felony arrest, prosecution, and conviction.
6/1/1991 NCJ 129861
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