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Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
Press Release Indicators of School Crime and Safety, 2000 "Crime in the Nation's schools declined in the 1990's according to Departments of Justice & Education"
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
Press Release Criminal Victimization, 1999: Changes 1998-99 with Trends 1993-99 "National violent crime rate falls more than 10 percent -- Violent victimizations down one-third since 1993"
Press Release Murder in Families "Wives are the most frequent victims in family murders"
Press Release National Crime Victimization Survey, 1995: Preliminary Findings "Victims report 9% fewer violent crimes last year"
Press Release National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) Redesign "Crime rate essentially unchanged last year."
Press Release Changes in Criminal Victimization, 1994-95 "Violent crime declined 12.4 percent during 1995 -- Largest drop in survey history"
Press Release Carjackings in the United States, 1992-96 "Reports shows almost 49,000 non-fatal carjackings every year"
Press Release Crime and Neighborhoods "Concern about neighborhood crime doubles among black households"
Press Release Child Rape Victims "Half of women raped during 1992 were younger than 18 years old"
Press Release Sex Offenses and Offenders "Sixty percent of convicted sex offenders are on parole or probation -- Rapes and sexual assaults decline"
Press Release Criminal Victimization, 1998: Changes 1997-98 with Trends 1993-98 "U.S. violent crime rate fell another 7 percent last year, 27 percent lower than in 1993"
Press Release Violence by Intimates "Murder by intimates declined 36 percent since 1976 - Decrease greater for male than for female victims"
3/16/1998 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"
Press Release Criminal Victimization, 1997: Changes 1996-97 with Trends 1993-97 "Violent crime fell almost 7 percent last year down more than 21 percent since 1993"
Press Release Criminal Victimization, 1996: Changes 1995-96 with Trends 1993-96 "Violent victimization fell 10% last year: Property crimes declined 8%"
Press Release Violent Victimization and Race, 1993-98 "Differences in rates of violent crime experienced by whites and blacks narrow -- American Indians are the most victimized by violence"
Press Release Injuries from Violent Crime, 1992-98 "About one in four victims of violent crime are physically injured during the offense"
Press Release Violence-Related Injuries Treated in Hospital Emergency Departments "1.4 million people treated in hospital emergency rooms for violence-related injuries: Approximately 17 percent injured by intimates"
Press Release Violence in the Workplace, 1993-99 "Law enforcement officers most at risk for workplace violence -- College and University faculty members have the lowest rates"
Press Release Workplace Violence, 1992-96 "About 2 million people attacked or threatened in the workplace every year"
Press Release Violence and Theft in the Workplace "Work Place Violence"
Press Release Firearm Injury and Death from Crime, 1993-97 "Firearms assault injuries and murders fell between 1993 and 1997"
Press Release Firearm Injury from Crime: Firearms, Crime, and Criminal Justice "One-quarter of the crime victims who are shot are young black males."
Press Release Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Victims of Crime "Lowest rates of violent and property crime were experienced by Asians, Native Hawaiians, and other Pacific Islanders"
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