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Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
Publication Linking Uniform Crime Reporting Data to Other Datasets Outlines the contents and uses of the new Law Enforcement Agency Identifiers Crosswalk file.
5/1/2001 NCJ 185233
Press Release Mental Health and Treatment of Inmates and Probationers "More than a quarter million prison and jail inmates are identified as mentally ill"
7/11/1999
Publication Mental Health and Treatment of Inmates and Probationers Presents survey data on offenders who were in prison or jail or on probation and who reported prior treatment for a mental or emotional problem.
7/11/1999 NCJ 174463
Publication Myths and Realities About Crime: A Non-technical Presentation of Selected Information from the National Prisoner Statistics Paper copy only.
10/1/1978 NCJ 46249
Publication Nation's Probation and Parole Population Reached Almost 3.9 Million Last Year Almost 3.9 million adult men and women were on probation or parole in the United States at the end of 1996, an increase of about 128,000 during the year.
Part of the Probation and Parole Populations Series
8/1/1997 NCJ 171326
Publication National Correction Reporting Program, 2000 (CD-ROM) Collects data annually on prison admissions and releases and on parole entries and discharges in participating jurisdictions.
12/1/2003 NCJ 199937
Publication National Corrections Reporting Program, 1992 Paper copy only.
Part of the National Corrections Reporting Program Series
10/1/1994 NCJ 145862
Data Table National Corrections Reporting Program, 2009 - Statistical Tables (update) This update adds data for 2009 to the electronic series of selected tables on most serious offense, sentence length, and time served in state prison.
Part of the National Corrections Reporting Program Series
5/5/2011
Data Table National Corrections Reporting Program: Most serious offense of state prisoners, by offense, admission type, age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin Presents the number and percentage of most serious offense of state prisoners, by offense, admission type, age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin.
Part of the National Corrections Reporting Program Series
5/5/2011
Data Table National Corrections Reporting Program: Sentence length of state prisoners, by offense, admission type, sex, and race Presents data on sentence length of state prisoners, by offense, admission type, sex, and race.
Part of the National Corrections Reporting Program Series
5/5/2011
Data Table National Corrections Reporting Program: Time served in state prison, by offense, release type, sex, and race Presents information on time served in state prison, by offense, release type, sex, and race.
Part of the National Corrections Reporting Program Series
5/5/2011
Publication Noncitizens in the Federal Criminal Justice System, 1984-94 Describes noncitizens processed in the Federal justice system, including the number prosecuted and incarcerated from 1984 to 1994, the offenses for which they were prosecuted, and the sanctions imposed.
8/4/1994 NCJ 160934
Publication Performance Measures for the Criminal Justice System This compendium of Discussion Papers represents the work of the BJS-Princeton University Study Group on Criminal Justice Performance Measures.
10/1/1993 NCJ 143505
Data Table Persons Incarcerated Presents the number of inmates in prison, jail, on probation and parole under Local, State, or Federal correctional supervision.
6/20/2000
Publication Prevalence of Imprisonment in the U.S. Population, 1974-2001 Presents estimates of the number of living persons in the United States, 1974 to 2001, who have ever been to State or Federal prison.
8/17/2003 NCJ 197976
Publication Prior Abuse Reported by Inmates and Probationers Describes prior physical and sexual abuse reported by persons in prison, in jail, or on probation.
4/11/1999 NCJ 172879
Press Release Prisoners at Midyear, 1995 This press release reports that the number of persons in State and Federal prisons grew almost 90,000 during the 12 months before June 30, 1995, when the total inmate population reached 1,104,074.
Part of the Prisoners at Midyear Series
12/3/1995 NCJ 158021
Press Release Prisoners in 2005 and Probation and Parole in the United States, 2005 "One in every 32 adults was in a prison, jail, on probation or on parole at the end of 2005"
11/30/2006
Press Release Prisoners in 2006 and Probation and Parole in the United States, 2006 "One in every 31 U.S. adults was in a prison or jail or on probation or parole at the end of last year"
12/5/2007
Press Release Prisoners in 2007 and Probation and Parole in the United States, 2007 - Statistical Tables "One in every 31 U.S. adults were in prison or jail or on probation or parole in 2007"
12/11/2008
Press Release Probation and Parole 1993 "Probation and Parole Populations reach new highs"
9/11/1994 NCJ 149730
Publication Probation and Parole Population Reaches Almost 3.8 Million Almost 3.8 million adult men and women were on probation or parole in the United States at the end of 1995, an increase of about 119,000 during the year.
Part of the Probation and Parole Populations Series
6/30/1996 NCJ 171327
Press Release Probation and Parole Populations, 1995 "Probation and parole population reaches almost 3.8 million"
6/1/1996 NCJ 161722
Press Release Probation and Parole Populations, 1996 "Nation's probation and parole population reached almost 3.9 million last year"
8/14/1997 NCJ 166364
Press Release Probation and Parole Populations, 1997 "Nation's probation and parole population reached new high last year"
8/10/1998 NCJ 172216
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