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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 Report to the Nation on Crime and Justice - The Data This nontechnical report digests the latest available data to give the general reader a clear, accurate overview of crime, victims, offenders, and the criminal justice system and its costs.
10/1/1983 NCJ 87068
Publication Technical Appendix to Report to the Nation on Crime and Justice This technical appendix provides additional data to supplement that in 'Report to the Nation on Crime and Justice.'
3/21/1986 NCJ 95364
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1983 Comprehensive statistical information about crime and its victims is presented in the 10th annual report based on results of the National Crime Survey (NCS).
Part of the Criminal Victimization in the United States Series
8/1/1985 NCJ 96459
Publication Severity of Crime This bulletin presents the seriousness scores developed by the National Survey of Crime Severity (NSCS). NSCS found that people clearly regard violent crime as more serious than property crimes.
1/1/1984 NCJ 92326
Publication The Crime of Rape This bulletin profiles rape on the basis of an examination of all the cases of female rape and attempted rape reported in the National Crime Survey (NCS) from 1973 to 1982.
Part of the Criminal Victimization Series
3/1/1985 NCJ 96777
Publication Criminal Victimization, 1984 Graphic and tabular data, as well as narrative trend analysis, update the preliminary estimates of 1984 criminal victimizations and present comparative data for the period 1973-84.
Part of the Criminal Victimization Series
10/1/1985 NCJ 98904
Publication Tracking Offenders - The Child Victim This bulletin compares the way the criminal justice system handles offenders who have committed crimes against children with its processing of other offenders.
12/1/1984 NCJ 95785
Publication Household Burglary Based on 1973-82 data from the National Crime Survey (NCS), this report discusses characteristics of households victimized by burglary, seasonal fluctuations, reporting rates, violent crime occurring during burglaries, and historical trends.
Part of the Crime and the Nation's Households Series
1/1/1985 NCJ 96021
Publication Criminal Victimization, 1985 Criminal victimizations dropped by nearly 700,000 for persons 12 years and older during 1985, according to National Crime survey data.
Part of the Criminal Victimization Series
10/1/1986 NCJ 102534
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1984 This report presents data on criminal victimization in 1984 based on findings from a continuous survey of a representative sample of households across the United States.
Part of the Criminal Victimization in the United States Series
5/1/1986 NCJ 100435
Publication Reporting Crimes to the Police Based on National Crime Survey data, this report examines 1983 crime reporting levels for various crime types as well as reasons for reporting and nonreporting.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
12/1/1985 NCJ 99432
Publication Response to Screening Questions in the National Crime Survey This technical report examines how the current (1981) National Crime Survey (NCS) screening questions National Crime Survey (NCS) screening questions elicit respondent reports of victimizations involving the crimes covered by the NCS.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
6/1/1985 NCJ 97624
Publication Households Touched by Crime, 1985 This report presents and explains statistics from the 1985 National Crime Survey on household victimization by rape, personal robbery, assault, household burglary, personal and household theft, and motor vehicle theft.
Part of the Crime and the Nation's Households Series
6/1/1986 NCJ 101685
Publication Crime and Justice Facts, 1985 This report summarizes data on crime trends, crime costs, case processing, sentencing, and corrections for 1984.
5/1/1986 NCJ 100757
Publication Criminal Victimization, 1986 Criminal victimizations in the United States dropped by nearly 750,000 to about 34.1 million in 1986 for persons aged 12 and older. This 2-percent decline in overall crime continued a trend that has reduced criminal victimizations to their lowest level in the 14-year history of this survey, about 18 percent below the 41.5 million victimizations in the peak year of 1981.
Part of the Criminal Victimization Series
10/1/1987 NCJ 106989
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1985 This information from the 1985 National Crime Survey covers characteristics of personal and household crime victims, victim-offender relationships, offender characteristics in personal crimes of violence, crime characteristics, and the reporting of crimes to the police.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
5/1/1987 NCJ 104273
Publication Preventing Domestic Violence Against Women This report presents and interprets 1978-1982 National Crime Survey (NCS) data on married, divorced, and separated women who reported being victims of domestic violence at least once during a 1-year period. The analysis focuses on whether reporting the incident to the police increased or decreased victims' chances of being assaulted again.
8/1/1986 NCJ 102037
Publication Tracking Offenders - White-Collar Crime Based on 28,000 white-collar felony cases reported in the 1983 offender-based transactions statistics of eight States and one territory, this report presents statistics on offense and offender characteristics as well as sentences compared to those who committed other crime types.
11/1/1986 NCJ 102867
Publication Violent Crime by Strangers and Nonstrangers National Crime Survey data for 1982-1984 indicate that 46 percent of violent crimes (rape, robbery, and assault) were committed by total strangers, 11 percent were committed by those known to the victim by sight only, 13 percent were committed by friends and acquaintances, and 8 percent were committed by relatives.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
1/1/1987 NCJ 103702
Publication Violent Crime Trends National Crime Survey data from an average sample of 128,000 people in 58,000 households for 1975-1985 indicates that violent crime increased during the 1970's, but fell sharply in the 1980's.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
11/1/1987 NCJ 107217
Publication Series Crimes: Report of a Field Test This report presents the results of a followup survey of persons who had reported a series crime in their original National Crime Survey (NCS) interview and proposes an alternative classification system to facilitate the inclusion of series crimes in victimization surveys.
4/1/1987 NCJ 104615
Publication Drugs and Crime Facts, 1988 This report summarizes recent research on the use of illegal drugs by criminal offenders, trends in this use, the prosecution and sentencing of drug law violators, public opinion about drugs, and drug use in the general population.
9/1/1989 NCJ 118312
Publication Drugs and Crime Facts, 1989 Victims report that they believe their assailants were under the influence of drugs or alcohol in about 36 percent of violent crime incidents.
1/1/1990 NCJ 121022
Publication White Collar Crime Using data from the integrated Federal Justice Statistics data base, this study evaluated Federal efforts to prosecute white-collar criminals (those convicted of fraud, forgery, embezzlement, and other offenses for financial gain).
9/1/1987 NCJ 106876
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