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Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
Press Release Female Victims of Sexual Violence, 1994-2010 OVER 60 PERCENT DECLINE IN SEXUAL VIOLENCE AGAINST FEMALES FROM 1995 TO 2010
2/7/2013 NCJ 240655
Publication Female Victims of Violence Provides the current findings on nonfatal and fatal violent crimes committed against females.
9/30/2009 NCJ 228356
Press Release Female Victims of Violent Crime "Women are violent crime victims at a lower rate than men, but the difference is narrowing -- Women are more likely to be attacked by intimates"
12/18/1996
Publication Female Victims of Violent Crime Summarizes data collected from the National Crime Victimization Survey and the FBI's Uniform Crime Reports on the number of violent incidents involving female victims.
12/18/1996 NCJ 162602
Press Release Firearm Injury and Death from Crime, 1993-97 "Firearms assault injuries and murders fell between 1993 and 1997"
10/8/2000
Publication Firearm Injury and Death from Crime, 1993-97 Reports on the incidence of fatal and nonfatal firearm injuries that result from crime. Most of the data presented are from the FBI's Supplementary Homicide Reports and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Vital Statistics and the Firearms Injury Surveillance Study which collects data on injuries treated in hospital emergency departments.
10/8/2000 NCJ 182993
Press Release Firearm Injury from Crime: Firearms, Crime, and Criminal Justice "One-quarter of the crime victims who are shot are young black males."
4/11/1996
Publication Firearm Injury from Crime: Firearms, Crime, and Criminal Justice Reports available statistical information on fatal and nonfatal firearm injury that results from crime from a number of sources.
4/11/1996 NCJ 160093
Publication Firearm Violence, 1993-2011 Presents trends on the number and rate of fatal and nonfatal firearm violence from 1993 to 2011. The report examines incident and victim demographic characteristics of firearm violence, including the type of firearm used, victim's race, age, and sex, and incident location.
5/7/2013 NCJ 241730
Press Release Firearm Violence, 1993-2011 11,101 FATAL AND 467,300 NONFATAL FIREARM VICTIMIZATIONS OCCURRED IN 2011
5/7/2013 NCJ 241730
Publication Firearms Stolen during Household Burglaries and Other Property Crimes, 2005-2010 Presents findings on the theft of firearms during household burglaries and other property crimes from 2005 through 2010.
11/8/2012 NCJ 239436
Press Release Firearms Stolen during Household Burglaries and Other Property Crimes, 2005-2010 ABOUT 1.4 MILLION GUNS STOLEN DURING HOUSEHOLD BURGLARIES AND OTHER PROPERTY CRIMES FROM 2005 THROUGH 2010
11/8/2012 NCJ 239436
Press Release HISPANICS IN NEW HISPANIC AREAS EXPERIENCED HIGHER RATES OF VIOLENT VICTIMIZATION THAN IN OTHER AREAS HISPANICS IN NEW HISPANIC AREAS EXPERIENCED HIGHER RATES OF VIOLENT VICTIMIZATION THAN IN OTHER AREAS
8/14/2014
Press Release Hate Crime Victimization, 2004-2012 - Statistical Tables U.S. RESIDENTS EXPERIENCED ABOUT 293,800 HATE CRIME VICTIMIZATIONS IN 2012 UNCHANGED FROM 2004
Part of the Hate Crime Series
2/20/2014 NCJ 244409
Press Release Homicide Trends in the United States "Nation's largest cities lead the way as homicides fall to lowest rate in three decades"
1/2/1999
Publication Homicide Trends in the United States, 1980-2008 Presents findings from data on homicides that occurred in the United States from 1980 through 2008. It also includes overall homicide rates for 2009 and 2010.
Part of the Homicide Trends in the United States Series
11/16/2011 NCJ 236018
Press Release Homicide Trends in the United States, 1980-2008 HOMICIDES FALL TO LOWEST RATE IN FOUR DECADES
Part of the Homicide Trends in the United States Series
11/16/2011 NCJ 236018
Publication Homicide Trends in the United States: 1998 Update This BJS Crime Data Brief outlines the primary findings of and new additions to the section of the BJS website about homicide patterns and trends since 1976.
Part of the Homicide Trends in the United States Series
3/1/2000 NCJ 179767
Publication Homicide Trends in the United States: 2000 Update This BJS Crime Data Brief outlines the primary findings from the updated section of the BJS website about homicide patterns and trends since 1976.
Part of the Homicide Trends in the United States Series
1/1/2003 NCJ 197471
Publication Homicide Trends in the United States: 2002 Update Outlines the primary findings from the updated section of the BJS website about homicide patterns and trends since 1976.
Part of the Homicide Trends in the United States Series
11/1/2004 NCJ 204885
Publication Homicide in the U.S. Known to Law Enforcement, 2011 Presents data on homicide trends from 1992 to 2011.
Part of the Homicide Trends in the United States Series
12/30/2013 NCJ 243035
Press Release Injuries from Violent Crime, 1992-98 "About one in four victims of violent crime are physically injured during the offense"
6/24/2001
Publication Injuries from Violent Crime, 1992-98 Presents data from the redesigned National Crime Victimization Survey, examining injuries as a result of violent victimizations.
6/24/2001 NCJ 168633
Press Release Intimate Partner Violence "Intimate partner violence against women declined from 1993 through 1998 -- One-third of all murdered females were killed by partner"
Part of the Intimate Partner Violence Series
5/17/2000
Publication Intimate Partner Violence Provides information on violence by intimates (current or former spouses, girlfriends, or boyfriends) since the redesign of the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS).
Part of the Intimate Partner Violence Series
5/17/2000 NCJ 178247
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