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Data Table Criminal Victimization in the United States -- Statistical Tables, 2000

August 1, 2002    NCJ 188290

Presents tables with detailed data on major variables measured by the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS). Topics covered include --

  • crimes of violence (rape, gender, sexual assault, robbery, assault) and theft (pocket picking, purse snatching, burglary, theft, and motor vehicle theft), with data on victim characteristics (gender, age, race, ethnicity, marital status, income, and residence)
  • crime characteristics (time and place of occurrence, distance from home, weapon use, self-protection, injury, medical care, economic loss, and time lost from work)
  • victim-offender relationship
  • victims' perceptions of substance use by offenders and of offender characteristics (age, race, and gender)
  • whether crimes were reported to the police and reasons why
  • police response time for reported crimes

Part of the Criminal Victimization in the United States Series

Complete set of tables (PDF 701K)
Complete set of tables - Zip format (Spreadsheet 308K)
Demography of victims (PDF 223K)
Demography of victims - Zip format (Spreadsheet 87K)
Victims and offenders (PDF 127K)
Victims and offenders - Zip format (Spreadsheet 84K)
Geography (PDF 86K)
Geography - Zip format (Spreadsheet 53K)
The crime event (PDF 175K)
The crime event - Zip format (Spreadsheet 98K)
Victims and the criminal justice system (PDF 123K)
Victims and the criminal justice system - Zip format (Spreadsheet 71K)
Series victimizations (PDF 36K)
Series victimizations - Zip format (Spreadsheet 10K)
Methodology (PDF 152K)
Methodology (ASCII file 46K)
NCVS questionnaires
Codebooks and Datasets

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