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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
Publication Criminal Victimization 1992 According to results of the 1992 National Crime Victimization Survey, persons aged 12 or older living in the U.S. experienced 18.8 million victimizations involving theft or violent crime. There were an addition 14.8 million household crimes.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
10/1/1993 NCJ 144776
Publication Using NIBRS (National Incident-Based Reporting System) Data to Analyze Violent Crime After reviewing the development and characteristics of the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), this article presents results of analyses that used the 1991 NIBRS rape and robbery data.
10/1/1993 NCJ 144785
Publication Crime and the Nation's Households, 1992 Presents information on the percentage of households or persons in households who are victimized as measured by the National Crime Victimization Survey.
Part of the Crime and the Nation's Households Series
9/5/1993 NCJ 143288
Publication Crime and the Nation's Households, 1992 According to results of the 1992 National Crime Victimization Survey, 23 percent of U.S. households were victimized by a crime of violence or theft.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
8/1/1993 NCJ 143288
Publication Study of Homicide Caseflow: Creating a Comprehensive Homicide Dataset This paper outlines problems that existing data on homicide present to researchers exploring homicide causes and correlates and presents a case study of current research that tries to address some of these problems.
7/1/1993 NCJ 144317
Press Release Murder in Large Urban Counties, 1988 "Murder in Large Urban Counties, 1988"
5/12/1993
Publication Murder in Large Urban Counties, 1988 Represents almost 10,000 prosecuted murder defendants and more than 8,000 murder victims in the nation's 75 most populous counties in 1988, accounting for about half of defendants arrested for murder during that year and just under half of the nations murder victims.
5/12/1993 NCJ 140614
Publication Murder in Large Urban Counties, 1988 This special report provides a detailed analysis of murderers in 1988, their victims, circumstances under which murderers and victims came in contact with each other, and the criminal justice system's handling of those arrested for murder.
5/1/1993 NCJ 140614
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 Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1991 The Bureau of Justice Statistics has tabulated over 120 numerical tables describing criminal victimization in 1991, based on the 19th annual National Crime Victimization Survey.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
12/1/1992 NCJ 139563
Publication Bureau of Justice Statistics Statistical Programs: Fiscal Year 1993 This booklet presents application and administrative information for Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) grants, descriptions of two fiscal year 1993 BJS programs, and summary descriptions of fiscal year 1993 ongoing (BJS) statistical programs conducted in-house.
11/1/1992 NCJ 139373
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 1991 According to the National Crime Victimization Survey, 34.7 U.S. residents age 12 or older were victims of crime in 1991. About 6.4 million experienced violent crimes including rape, robbery, and assault; 12.5 million were victims of thefts; and 15.8 million were victims of household crimes.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
10/1/1992 NCJ 136947
Publication Elderly Victims This report uses the most recent data from the National Crime Victimization Survey and the Comparative Homicide File to examine the characteristics of crime against the elderly.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
10/1/1992 NCJ 138330
Publication Overview of the Relevance of the Bureau of Justice Statistics Data and Analyses to Understanding and Responding to Violent Crime This presentation addresses recent crime and victimization trends as well as responses to this critical policy issue.
7/7/1992 NCJ 138796
Publication Crime and the Nation's Households, 1991 Based on data from the National Crime Victimization Survey, this report presents data on households victimized by crime in 1991.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
7/1/1992 NCJ 136950
Publication Preliminary National Crime Victimization Survey Data, Press Release According to the National Crime Victimization Survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, the estimated number of personal and household crimes rose 1.9 percent last year, increasing to 35.1 million from 34.4 million in 1991.
4/1/1992 NCJ 136326
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1990 This report of the 1990 National Crime Victimization Survey presents over 120 numerical tables that describe criminal victimization.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
2/1/1992 NCJ 134126
Publication Bureau of Justice Statistics National Update This bulletin describes recent efforts to upgrade Federal crime-control strategies as well as data collection efforts and presents recent statistics compiled by the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
10/1/1991 NCJ 131778
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