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Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1988 This 16th annual report prepared under the National Crime Survey program presents information on criminal victimization in the United States during 1988.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
12/1/1990 NCJ 122024
Publication Recent Developments of Interest to the States at the Bureau of Justice Statistics Activities and statistical findings of the Bureau of Justice Statistics are presented to provide a sense of both the current focus of the Bureau and its future direction in terms of national data collection and analysis.
10/29/1990 NCJ 126493
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 Handgun Crime Victims Offenders armed with handguns committed 639,000 violent crimes each year between 1979 and 1987, killing 9,200 and wounding 15,000 yearly.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
7/1/1990 NCJ 123559
Publication Violent State Prisoners and Their Victims Based on the 1986 Survey of Inmates in State Correctional Facilities, this report presents information on victims of violent crime provided by violent offenders.
7/1/1990 NCJ 124133
Publication Black Victims Data from the National Crime Survey show that between 1979 and 1986 blacks had higher rates of victimization through violent and household crime than did whites.
4/1/1990 NCJ 122562
Publication Criminal Justice in the 90s Activities and statistical findings of the Bureau of Justice Statistics are presented to provide a sense of both the current focus of the Bureau and its future direction in terms of national data collection and analysis.
1/10/1990 NCJ 126495
Publication Hispanic Victims According to the National Crime Survey (NCS), the more than 18 million Hispanics in the United States experienced 439,000 violent crimes yearly (rape, robbery, and assault) and 830,000 personal thefts from 1979 to 1986.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
1/1/1990 NCJ 120507
Publication Criminal Victimization 1988 The data in this bulletin present the final estimates for victimization suffered in the United States in 1988.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
10/1/1989 NCJ 119845
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1987 This report presents information on criminal victimization in the United States during 1987, based on findings from a survey of about 46,000 housing units inhabited by about 93,000 individuals age 12 or older.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
6/1/1989 NCJ 115524
Publication Households Touched by Crime, 1988 Households-touched-by-crime estimates for 1988 are derived from National Crime Survey statistics on rape, personal robbery, assault, household burglary, personal and household theft, and motor vehicle theft.
Part of the Crime and the Nation's Households Series
6/1/1989 NCJ 117434
Publication Injuries From Crime Data for this report encompass all physical injuries resulting from a rape, robbery, or assault and reported to the National Crime Survey for 1979-86.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
5/1/1989 NCJ 116811
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 Bureau of Justice Statistics: Annual Report, Fiscal 1988 This report summarizes Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) programs and activities for fiscal year 1988 and presents the latest statistical information on a variety of criminal justice topics.
4/1/1989 NCJ 115749
Publication New Directions for the National Crime Survey This report provides an overview of a project to evaluate and redesign the National Crime Survey (NCS), which is a national survey conducted twice a year to determine the number and nature of criminal victimizations of citizens.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
3/1/1989 NCJ 115571
Publication Redesign of the National Crime Survey This report provides an overview of an extensive project to redesign the National Crime Survey, a nationwide, annual survey of personal and household victimization in the United States.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
2/1/1989 NCJ 111457
Publication Redesigned National Crime Survey: Selected New Data As part of an effort to redesign the National Crime Survey, an annual assessment of personal and household crime victimization, a series of additional questions on offender drug and alcohol use, self-protective measures, police actions, and additional criminal justice system contacts was included.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
1/1/1989 NCJ 114746
Publication Criminal Victimization 1987 These data from the National Crime Survey (NCS), which measures both reported and unreported crimes, update the preliminary estimates of victimization in 1987, which were released in March 1988.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
10/1/1988 NCJ 113587
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1986: A National Crime Survey Report This 14th in a series of annual reports prepared under the National Crime Survey program presents information on criminal victimization in the United States during 1986.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
8/1/1988 NCJ 111456
Publication Seasonality of Crime Victimization This report uses National Crime Survey data (self-reported victimization) for 1973-1984 to examine seasonality in crime.
7/1/1988 NCJ 111033
Publication Households Touched by Crime, 1987 This report uses data from the National Crime Survey (NCS) to estimate the number of households that experienced a rape, robbery, assault, burglary, or theft during 1987.
Part of the Crime and the Nation's Households Series
5/1/1988 NCJ 111240
Publication Report to the Nation on Crime and Justice, Second Edition Using data from the Bureau of Justice's statistical series, this report presents national data on crime and the criminal justice system.
3/1/1988 NCJ 105506
Publication Beyond Bean Counting: New Approaches for Managing Crime Data This report examines the incident-based reporting system proposed in the revised Uniform Crime Reports (UCR) program and shows how progressive police departments have already used this system effectively.
1/1/1988 NCJ 109925
Publication Elderly Victims Data from the National Crime Survey show that, between 1980 and 1985, the elderly (those age 65 and over) had the lowest victimization rates of any age group of the U.S. population age 12 or above.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
11/1/1987 NCJ 107676
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
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