BJS: Bureau of Justice Statistics

Home  |  About Us  |  Contact Us  |  Help  |  A-Z Topic List
 
 
Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)
Home  | Publications & Products: Victims
Publications & Products: Victims
Alphabetical Index |  Advanced Product Search
To sort the results by product type, title, date or product number, click on the corresponding link in the table column header.
Record 301 - 325 of 466 displayed. |<< | < | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | > | >>|
Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
Press Release Violence and Theft in the Workplace "Work Place Violence"
7/24/1994
Publication Violence and Theft in the Workplace This report is the first NCVS report to profile crime victims at work.
Part of the Violence in the Workplace Series
7/24/1994 NCJ 148199
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
Press Release Murder in Families "Wives are the most frequent victims in family murders"
7/10/1994
Publication Murder in Families This BJS Special Report is a survey of murder cases disposed in 1988 in the courts of large urban counties.
7/10/1994 NCJ 143498
Publication Crime and Neighborhoods This brief uses data from a variety of sources to compare victimization levels and perceptions of neighborhood crime for the Nation's households.
7/1/1994 NCJ 147005
Press Release Child Rape Victims "Half of women raped during 1992 were younger than 18 years old"
6/22/1994
Publication Child Rape Victims, 1992 Provides information on the ages of female rape victims in the 15 States that compile such data.
6/22/1994 NCJ 147001
Press Release Crime and Neighborhoods "Concern about neighborhood crime doubles among black households"
6/19/1994
Publication Bureau of Justice Statistics Fiscal Year 1994 Program Plan This report contains State and national crime statistics that reflect the fiscal year 1994 program plan of the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS); data are provided on crime victimization, prosecution, adjudication, corrections, Federal justice expenditures, criminal records, and State statistical analysis centers.
6/1/1994 NCJ 148138
Publication Child Rape Victims, 1992 This report presents tabular and narrative 1992 data and information on the number of female victims of forcible rape in 12 States for victims under age 10 and for each age from 10 through 18 and 18 or older.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
6/1/1994 NCJ 147001
Publication Crime and Neighborhoods According to the American Housing Survey, the percentage of U.S. households identifying crime as a neighborhood problem increased from 5 to 7 percent between 1985 and 1991.
6/1/1994 NCJ 147005
Press Release Guns and Crime: Handgun Victimization, Firearm Self-Defense "Record number of handgun crimes--nears one million a year"
5/15/1994
Publication Guns and Crime Handgun crimes accounted for about 13 percent of all violent crimes in 1992, when offenders armed with handguns committed a record 931,000 violent crimes.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
4/1/1994 NCJ 147003
Publication Guns and Crime: Handgun Victimization, Firearm Self-Defense, and Firearm Theft Provides estimates of the extent of handgun crime in the United States through 1992, as well as estimates from the National Crime Victimization Survey of thefts of firearms and the extent of firearm use for self-defense.
4/1/1994 NCJ 147003
Publication Violent Crime Summarizes 1973-92 trends in rape, robbery, and assault from the National Crime Victimization Survey; homicide data from Vital Statistics of the United States, National Center for Health Statistics; and 1992 murder data from the FBI Uniform Crime Reports.
4/1/1994 NCJ 147486
Publication Carjacking This report presents statistics on carjacking from 1987 through 1992 from the National Crime Victimization Survey.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
3/1/1994 NCJ 147002
Publication Carjacking This report presents the first National Crime Victimization Survey estimates of the extent and characteristics of the recently identified crime of carjacking.
Part of the Carjackings in the United States Series
3/1/1994 NCJ 147002
Publication Elderly Crime Victims Summarizes levels and rates of violent and nonviolent crimes against persons 65 or older using data from the National Crime Victimization Survey. This report has been superceded by Crimes against Persons Age 65 or Older, 1992-97
3/1/1994 NCJ 147186
Publication Elderly Crime Victims Using data from the National Crime Victimization Survey in 1992, this report analyzes victimization of persons age 65 or older and notes that elderly persons consist of 14 percent of persons age 12 or older surveyed but report less than 2 percent of all victimizations.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
3/1/1994 NCJ 147186
Publication Firearms and Crimes of Violence This report summarizes selected findings on trends in firearm use in serious violent crime, based on FBI data on homicide, BJS data on victimization and inmate firearm use, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data on firearm ownership by high school students.
2/26/1994 NCJ 146844
Publication Costs of Crime to Victims This data brief provides information on both the overall and the average cost of crime to victims.
2/1/1994 NCJ 145865
Press Release Firearms and Crimes of Violence "Violent offenders increasingly likely to be armed"
2/1/1994
Publication Firearms and Crimes of Violence: Selected Findings From National Statistical Series This statistical report presents key findings from Bureau of Justice Statistics surveys relating to crime and the role of firearms; data from the national surveys describe the extent to which victims confront armed offenders, the consequences of victimization, and how offenders obtain and use firearms.
2/1/1994 NCJ 146844
Publication The Costs of Crime to Victims This analysis of crime costs to victims notes that crime victims in 1992 lost $17.6 billion in direct costs, according to the National Crime Victimization Survey.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
2/1/1994 NCJ 145865
  |<< | < | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | > | >>|

Back to Top