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Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
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 National Crime Victimization Survey, 1995: Preliminary Findings "Victims report 9% fewer violent crimes last year"
9/17/1996
Publication Victims Report Nine Percent Fewer Violent Crimes Last Year According to preliminary estimates by the U.S. Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), there were an estimated 9.9 million violent crimes during 1995, compared to approximately 10.9 million during 1994.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
9/1/1996 NCJ 162603
Publication Domestic and Sexual Violence Data Collection: A Report to Congress under the Violence Against Women Act Reports how States and the Federal government collect data on the incidence of sexual and domestic violence offenses.
7/1/1996 NCJ 161405
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1993 This annual final report gives detailed 1993 NCVS findings, presenting the major variables measured in the survey in detailed data tables.
Part of the Criminal Victimization in the United States Series
5/1/1996 NCJ 151657
Publication Criminal Victimization, 1994: National Crime Victimization Survey Presents the first 1994 findings from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), based on an ongoing survey of households, each year interviewing about 100,000 persons in 50,000 households.
Part of the Criminal Victimization Series
4/17/1996 NCJ 158022
Press Release Criminal Victimization 1994 "Crime victimization drops three percent from 1993 to 1994."
4/11/1996
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
Press Release Child Victimizers: Violent Offenders and Their Victims "Two-thirds of sex offenders in state prisons had victimized a child. Family members or acquaintances commit most child murders."
3/3/1996
Publication Child Victimizers: Violent Offenders and Their Victims (Full Report) This study presents findings on violence against children from two sources: a 1991 nationally representative sample of State prison inmates serving time for violent crimes against children and law enforcement records of nearly 37,000 child murder victims between 1976 and 1994.
3/3/1996 NCJ 153258
Publication Child Victimizers: Violent Offenders and Their Victims (Executive Summary) This study presents findings on violence against children from two sources: a 1991 nationally representative sample of State prison inmates serving time for violent crimes against children and law enforcement records of nearly 37,000 child murder victims between 1976 and 1994.
3/1/1996 NCJ 158625
Publication Weapons Offenses and Offenders--Firearms, Crime, and Criminal Justice: Selected Findings Presents data on how the criminal and juvenile system deal with weapons offenses (violation of statutes or regulations that control deadly weapons) and offenders from arrest through incarceration.
11/12/1995 NCJ 155284
Press Release Weapons offenses and offenders: Firearms, crime, and criminal justice "23 percent of those arrested for weapons offenses are younger than 18 years old."
11/12/1995
Publication Violence Against Women: Estimates from the Redesigned National Crime Victimization Survey The first release of the 1992-93 estimates of violence against women after an extended effort to improve the victimization survey's ability to measure violence against women.
8/16/1995 NCJ 154348
Press Release Violence against Women: Estimates from the redesigned National Crime Victimization Survey "Women usually victimized by offenders they know."
8/16/1995
Press Release Guns Used in Crime "Handguns used in more than one million violent crimes -- the use of semiautomatic guns in murders is increasing."
7/9/1995
Publication Guns Used in Crime: Firearms, Crime, and Criminal Justice Provides information from several sources about the guns used by criminals.
7/9/1995 NCJ 148201
Publication Drugs and Crime Facts, 1994 This booklet summarizes drug data published by BJS in 1994, supplemented with other data of interest to the criminal justice community.
6/1/1995 NCJ 154043
Press Release Criminal Victimization 1993 "Teens at greatest crime risk."
5/31/1995
Publication Criminal Victimization, 1993: National Crime Victimization Survey This annual BJS Bulletin summarizes 1993 findings from the redesigned NCVS and presents the first tabulations of 1992 data based on the redesigned survey, an ongoing survey of households, each year interviewing about 100,000 persons in 50,000 households.
Part of the Criminal Victimization Series
5/31/1995 NCJ 151658
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1992 This annual final report gives detailed 1992 NCVS findings, presenting the major variables measured in the survey in detailed data tables.
Part of the Criminal Victimization in the United States Series
5/1/1995 NCJ 145125
Publication Young Black Male Victims Presents information about black male crime victims ages 12 to 24 including the extent and characteristics of their victimization, such as weapon use, injury, and offender characteristics, and summarizes data about the reporting of crimes to police by this age group.
12/1/1994 NCJ 147004
Publication Young Black Male Victims Data from the National Crime Victimization Survey reveal that in 1992 black males aged 12-24 experienced violent crime at a rate significantly higher than the rates for other age or social groups.
12/1/1994 NCJ 147004
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