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Publication State Court Caseload Statistics - Annual Report, 1980 State court caseload summary statistics are provided for appellate courts, including both courts of last resort and intermediate appellate courts, and for trial courts in the 50 States, the District of Columbia, Guam, and Puerto Rico.
8/1/1984 NCJ 95474
Publication Victimization and Fear of Crime - World Perspectives This text presents national studies of victimization, reports on victim surveys at particular locations, focuses on victimization in two cities, and examines the functions of victimization surveys.
8/1/1984 NCJ 93872
Publication Prison Population Forecasting and Management Information Statistics - 'The State of the Art in Maine' A methodology used by the State of Maine to forecast the prison population is described.
7/10/1984 NCJ 94368
Publication Capital Punishment 1983 This bulletin presents characteristics of death row inmates in 1983, the nature of their sentences, and clarifications of law.
Part of the Capital Punishment Series
7/1/1984 NCJ 93925
Publication Information Policy, and Crime Control Strategies - Proceedings of a BJS/SEARCH (Bureau of Justice Statistics/SEARCH) Conference Information policy issues should be regularly and explicitly addressed in managing criminal justice functions.
7/1/1984 NCJ 93926
Publication Victim - Witness Legislation - An Overview This document describes and analyzes Federal and State legislation relating to rights of criminal victims and witnesses. Legislative programs involving victim compensation, restitution, witness protection, and other related issues are described also. Legislation by State is presented in 15 categories. For a summary of this document, see NCJ-094365.
7/1/1984 NCJ 94263
Publication Analysis of Crime in Oregon - January-December, 1982 Data cover offense and arrest data statewide and by county (Index and Part II offenses) as well as clearances.
6/6/1984 NCJ 92373
Publication Criminal Victimization 1983 Preliminary data from the 1983 National Crime Survey show an overall 10 percent decline from 1982 in victimization rates for personal and household crimes.
6/1/1984 NCJ 93869
Publication Directory of Criminal Justice Issues in the States, Volume 1 This directory of criminal justice programs and policy research summarizes all activities of the State statistical analysis centers conducted during 1983.
6/1/1984 NCJ 94450
Publication National Jail Census, 1978 After an introduction that describes the study, its information processing, file structure, and codebook information, this manual presents the variable description list, the codebook, and questionnaires for the data set resulting from the 1978 national jail census conducted by the Bureau of the Census for the Bureau of Justice Statistics under the National Prisoner Statistics Program.
6/1/1984 NCJ 96112
Publication Offender Based Transaction Statistics (OBTS), 1980 California, Ohio, and Pennsylvania This document describes the scope and methodology for obtaining offender-based transaction statistics (OBTS), 1980, for California, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.
6/1/1984 NCJ 96091
Publication Criminal Justice Data Analysis and Tracking Project - Final Report for the Bureau of Justice Statistics The research described examines convictability as a function of arresting officer characteristics, defendant characteristics of prosecuted vs. nonprosecuted cases, and sentencing disparity (factors influencing jail-time and the amount of fine).
5/10/1984 NCJ 92274
Publication Bibliography on Crime Forecasting and Related Topics This bibliography on crime forecasting and related topics covers prison population projection models, criminal statistics, crime causation models, and social forecasting methodology.
5/9/1984 NCJ 91971
Publication Households Touched by Crime, 1983 This is the fourth annual bulletin in the series, 'Households Touched by Crime,' which measures the pervasiveness of crime in a way that goes beyond the life of the victim and into the lives of others also affected by the crime.
Part of the Crime and the Nation's Households Series
5/1/1984 NCJ 93658
Publication Correlates of Incarceration Rates - Explaining the Pattern of Incarceration Between 1970 and 1979 - Final Report Possible indicators of incarceration rates are identified, and reasons for recent increases in prison populations are suggested.
4/1/1984 NCJ 96219
Publication Economic Cost of Crime to Victims This report presents the crime costs that the National Crime Survey (NCS) measures and identifies those crime costs it does not measure; it also considers why the total cost of crime to society is so difficult to determine.
4/1/1984 NCJ 93450
Publication Family Violence Despite obstacles a victim faces in acknowledging family violence, a significant amount of domestic assault is reported to National Crime Survey (NCS) interviewers, even in response to questions not specifically designed to explore this subject.
Part of the Criminal Victimization Series
4/1/1984 NCJ 93449
Publication Prisoners in 1983 This bulletin presents 1983 yearend information on inmates confined under State and Federal jurisdiction.
Part of the Prisoners Series
4/1/1984 NCJ 92949
Publication State Court Caseload Statistics - Annual Report, 1979 This 1979 annual report of State court caseload statistics is the fifth in a series containing statistical caseload data compiled from the annual reports of each State court system and from other available data.
4/1/1984 NCJ 93910
Publication Habeas Corpus - Federal Review of State Prisoner Petitions This report presents aggregate data describing rates, trends, and comparisons of State prisoner habeas corpus filings in Federal district and appellate courts, along with a summary of a Department of Justice (DOJ) study which analyzed the success rate and frequency of such filings, time intervals between filings, and the potential impact of a statute of limitations.
3/1/1984 NCJ 92948
Publication Impact of the Exclusionary Rule Upon the Montana Criminal Justice System Information on the impact of the exclusionary rule on criminal prosecutions in Montana is provided.
3/1/1984 NCJ 95802
Publication Juvenile Detention and Correctional Facility Census, 1979 The variable description list and codebook are provided for the 1979 Juvenile Detention and Correctional Facility Census, a mail survey which determined the number and kinds of juvenile detention facilities with a resident population of at least 50 percent juveniles.
3/1/1984 NCJ 96137
Publication The 1985 Survey of Inmates of Adult State Correctional Facilities Rationale and Issues for Inclusion The survey will obtain a detailed profile of the characteristics of inmates in adult State correctional facilities across the country, gather information on major issues related to inmates and inmate characteristics, provide information helpful in assessing trends in the characteristics of the inmate population from 1974 through 1985, and will provide data tapes for use by the public.
3/1/1984 NCJ 95374
Publication Impact of Colorado's Revised DUI/DWAI (Driving Under the Influence/Driving While Alcohol Impaired) Legislation on County Jails This report assesses the impact of Colorado's new 1982 laws against driving while intoxicated under the influence of alcohol (DUI).
1/1/1984 NCJ 91612
Publication Is Crime Seasonal? This report reviews analytical issues that researchers must address when investigating fluctuations in crime and then uses data from the Illinois' Statistical Analysis Center to examine seasonality in crime types, geographic areas, and time periods.
1/1/1984 NCJ 92936
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