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Publication Crime, Arrest and Incarceration - A Comparison of Washington and Other States This report compares Washington State's experience with the felony criminal process to that of other States and the District of Columbia (D.C.)
7/1/1983 NCJ 91608
Publication Tracking Offenders An Offender-Based Transaction System (OBTS) is now being developed for States to allow policymakers and others to understand the criminal justice process more fully. Data have already been compiled for four States for arrest disposition, judicial decision, incarceration, and length of sentence.
11/1/1983 NCJ 91572
Publication Capital Punishment, 1982: National Prisoner Statistics This report, one in a series published under the National Prisoner Statistics program, provides tabular, graphic, and textual information on the nation's death-row population and on the status of death penalty laws in the United States.
Part of the Capital Punishment Series
8/1/1984 NCJ 91533
Publication History of Crimes and Arrests - State of Washington, 1971 to 1982 Although the total volume of crimes has increased virtually continuously in Washington between 1971 and 1982, the crime rate among males aged 18 to 39 has not increased.
8/1/1983 NCJ 91282
Publication Court Case Management Information Systems Manual This report is designed to provide a usable framework for deciding what case-related information is essential for efficient local court management, while satisfying the information needs of State-level managers and researchers.
1/1/1983 NCJ 91170
Publication Business of State Trial Courts Data from the National Court Statistics Project, which has served as a repository for State court caseload and organization statistics, refute six commonly held myths about State trial court procedures and case outcomes.
11/28/1983 NCJ 91169
Publication Prisoners at Midyear 1983 During the 6 months ending June 30, 1983, the U.S. prison population grew by 4.2 percent, reaching a total of 431,829, the lowest recorded for a 6-month period since quarterly collection began in 1981.
Part of the Prison and Jail Inmates at Midyear Series
8/1/1983 NCJ 91034
Publication State Court Caseload Statistics - Annual Report, 1978 Following an introduction, the report presents 3 figures and 51 tables giving court caseload data for courts in all 50 States, the District of Columbia, Guam, and Puerto Rico.
4/1/1983 NCJ 90675
Publication National Reporting in the 1980's - 1982 UPR/NPR (Uniform Parole Reports/National Probation Reports) Seminar, March 1-3, 1982, Atlanta, Georgia Final Report This seminar report presents speech, panel, and workshop presentations on using national criminal justice data, national data collection, reporting in an era of budget-cutting, State responses to prison overcrowding, and setting priorities for national reporting.
3/1/1982 NCJ 90562
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1973-1982 Trends Presents data from National Crime Surveys from 1973 to 1982 to show trends in particular crime categories, and the narrative portion of the report focuses on changes between 1981 and 1982.
Part of the Criminal Victimization in the United States Series
9/1/1983 NCJ 90541
Publication Criminal Justice Data Directory This directory provides information on data set title, investigator, subject, keyword, source and publication for all 434 records contained in the SPIRES criminal justice data subfile.
9/1/1982 NCJ 90352
Publication National Crime Survey Working Papers: Volume II. Methodology Paper copy only.
1/1/1985 NCJ 90307
Publication National Crime Survey - Working Papers, Volume 2 - Methodological Studies This volume contains a series of technical papers on methodological issues associated with the National Crime Survey (NCS).
10/1/1984 NCJ 90307
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1981 Comprehensive statistical information about crime and its victims is presented in the ninth annual report based on results of the National Crime Survey (NCS).
Part of the Criminal Victimization in the United States Series
11/1/1983 NCJ 90208
Publication Prison Population Forecast for Washington State - Fiscal Year 1983-1996 - Assumptions and Findings The major findings of this forecast is that the Washington State prison population, after growing at an all-time high rate in fiscal 1982, is expected to continue to grow at a rapid rate during fiscal 1983, with the rate of growth expected to decline during the remainder of the forecast.
1/1/1983 NCJ 90051
Publication Just Deserts - What Happens to Minnesota's Serious Offenders? Data analyses focus on the outcome of the processing of Minnesota felons during fiscal 1981, with attention to the outcome for particular crimes, the impact of race and gun use in case outcomes for violent crimes, and factors affecting the incarceration of convicted felons.
9/1/1982 NCJ 89983
Publication Probation and Parole, 1982 During 1982, the adult probation population rose more than 100,000 persons to 1,335,359 (a 9-percent increase), while the adult parole population rose by about 18,000 to 243,880 (an 8-percent increase).
Part of the Probation and Parole Populations Series
9/1/1983 NCJ 89874
Publication What Happens After Arrest in Oregon? - A Report on the Disposition of Part 1 Felony Arrests for 1979 This report presents the results of using offender-based transaction statistics to track 1979 Oregon arrestees charged with Part 1 felonies from arrest through sentencing, along with the time to disposition.
8/1/1982 NCJ 89867
Publication Justice System Improvement Act Agencies - Annual Report, Third, Fiscal Year 1982 This report describes the programs and activities of the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS); the National Institute of Justice (NIJ); the Office of Justice Assistance, Research, and Statistics (OJARS); and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) during fiscal year 1982.
1/1/1983 NCJ 89772
Publication Automated Information System - Planning and Implementation Guidelines - A Monograph for Court Users The guide takes the court manager through the necessary steps in assessing the need for an automated information system, defining its requirements, procuring hardware and software, and testing and refining the system.
4/1/1983 NCJ 89571
Publication Non-Criminal Justice Agency Access to State and Local Criminal History Record Information The brief considers statutory and judicial developments pertaining to noncriminal justice access to criminal history data and policies and practices regarding fees charged to noncriminal justice requestors of information.
3/1/1983 NCJ 89511
Publication Capital Punishment, 1982 Two persons were executed during 1982, one each in Virginia and Texas, bringing to six the total executed since 1967.
Part of the Capital Punishment Series
7/1/1983 NCJ 89395
Publication National Crime Survey Redesign Project - A Selective Bibliography This bibliography includes some 1,000 references on the work of the Crime Survey Research Consortium, as well as on the literature of criminology, criminal justice, survey research, and related fields.
12/1/1983 NCJ 88879
Publication Career Patterns in Crime This report examines the criminal careers of a nationwide sample of offenders in State prisons throughout the country. Information was derived from a survey including interviews with a random sample of 11,397 men and women representing a total estimated at approximately 275,000 State prison inmates in 1979.
6/1/1983 NCJ 88672
Publication Households Touched by Crime, 1982 A total of 29 percent (24.8 million) of the nation's households were touched by a crime of violence or theft in 1982, a slightly lower percentage than in 1981 (30 percent).
Part of the Crime and the Nation's Households Series
6/1/1983 NCJ 88671
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