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Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
Publication Violent Crime against the Elderly Reported by Law Enforcement in Michigan, 2005-2009 Presents statistics about violent victimization of persons age 65 or older reported by law enforcement agencies into the FBI's National Incident Based Reporting System from 2005 to 2009.
6/13/2012 NCJ 238546
Publication Victimizations Not Reported to the Police, 2006-2010 Presents findings, for a five-year period from 2006 to 2010, on the characteristics of crime victimizations that went unreported to police, according to data from the National Crime Victimization Survey.
8/9/2012 NCJ 238536
Publication Prevalence of Violent Crime among Households with Children, 1993-2010 Presents data from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) on nonfatal violent crime involving members of a household as victims and reports on the annual prevalence of that violent crime among U.S. households with children from 1993 to 2010.
9/19/2012 NCJ 238799
Publication Stalking Victims in the United States - Revised Presents findings on nonfatal stalking victims in the U.S., based on the largest data collection of such behavior to date.
9/28/2012 NCJ 224527
Publication Female Victims of Sexual Violence, 1994-2010 Presents trends in the rate of completed or attempted rape or sexual assault against females from 1995 to 2010.
3/7/2013 NCJ 240655
Publication BJS (Bureau of Justice Statistics) Data Report, 1988 This report on data published by the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) for 1988 pertains to crime and its characteristics; drugs; crime costs; the public response to crime; adjudication and sentencing; corrections; Federal justice data; and privacy, security, and confidentiality of criminal justice data and criminal histories.
4/1/1989 NCJ 116262
Publication Violent Crime in the United States The briefing book on violent crime, prepared as part of the National Indicators System for informing the White House of social and economic trends, presents graphs, tables, charts, and narrative describing the kinds of violent crimes, their likely victims and locations, and the offenders.
1/1/1981 NCJ 79741
Publication Criminal Victimization in the U.S.: 1979-80 Changes, 1973-1980 Trends Victimization rates remained stable for most offenses measured by the National Crime Survey (NCS) in 1980, except for declines (between 1979 and 1980) in three crimes: assault, personal larceny without victim-offender contact, and household larceny.
7/18/1982 NCJ 80838
Publication Criminal Victimization 1983 Preliminary data from the 1983 National Crime Survey show an overall 10 percent decline from 1982 in victimization rates for personal and household crimes.
6/1/1984 NCJ 93869
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 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 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 Criminal Victimization 1989 Data from the National Crime Survey indicate that persons age 12 or older living in the United States experienced 19.7 million victimizations involving violence or personal theft; in addition, 16.1 million household crimes such as burglary and motor vehicle theft were committed.
10/10/1990 NCJ 125615
Publication Patterns of Robbery and Burglary in 9 States, 1984-88 This report analyzes the Offender Based Transaction Statistics program data from nine States to provide some basic statistics on patterns of robbery and burglary for 1984-88.
11/1/1992 NCJ 137368
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States: 1973-92 Trends Between 1973 and 1992, data from National Crime Surveys of rapes, robberies, assaults, and thefts on over 748 million criminal victimizations showed that crime levels and victimization rates fluctuated.
7/17/1994 NCJ 147006
Publication Sex Offenses and Offenders: An Analysis of Data on Rape and Sexual Assault Data address the extent of sex offending in 1995 compared to previous years, pretrial release and adjudication of rape offenders, corrections for sex offenders, and sex offenses and murder.
1/1/1997 NCJ 163931
Publication Violent Crime in the United States This report summarizes national data on violent crime, its victims, and its perpetrators.
3/1/1991 NCJ 127855
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States: 1973-1990 Trends Based on data collected through annual National Crime Victimization Surveys conducted between 1973 and 1990, this report summarizes trends in victimization rates for selected major crimes based on demographic characteristics of the victims and trends in victimizations that were reported to the police.
12/17/1992 NCJ 139564
Publication Intimate Partner Violence: Attributes of Victimization, 1993–2011 Presents data on trends in nonfatal intimate partner violence among U.S. households from 1993 to 2011. Intimate partner violence includes rape, sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, and simple assault by a current or former spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend.
Part of the Intimate Partner Violence Series
11/21/2013 NCJ 243300
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
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
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
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
Publication Criminal Victimization, 2012 Presents 2012 estimates of rates and levels of criminal victimization in the U.S. This bulletin includes violent victimization (rape or sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, and simple assault) and property victimization (burglary, motor vehicle theft, and property theft).
Part of the Criminal Victimization Series
10/24/2013 NCJ 243389
Publication Measuring the Prevalence of Crime with the National Crime Victimization Survey Presents comparisons of victimization rates and prevalence rates of nonfatal violent crime and household property crime from 1993 to 2010.
9/5/2013 NCJ 241656
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