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Publication 1984 Census of Adult State Correctional Facilities - Rationale and Issues for Inclusion The 1984 Census of State Adult Correctional Facilities is designed to obtain and update a profile of facilities geared to house inmates under State jurisdiction and to provide data tapes to be used by the public, including planners and researchers.
7/1/1983 NCJ 95373
Publication Capital Punishment, 1982 Two persons were executed during 1982, one each in Virginia and Texas, bringing to six the total executed since 1967.
Part of the Capital Punishment Series
7/1/1983 NCJ 89395
Publication Crime, Arrest and Incarceration - A Comparison of Washington and Other States This report compares Washington State's experience with the felony criminal process to that of other States and the District of Columbia (D.C.)
7/1/1983 NCJ 91608
Publication Patterns of Change Over Time in the Illinois Adult Prison Population - 1941 to 1983 This analysis of trends in the Illinois adult prison population between June 1941 and April 1983 describes over 20 components of the inmate population, including male and female offenders, felony and misdemeanor populations, several types of admissions and releases, and the parole/community supervision caseload.
7/1/1983 NCJ 91992
Publication Computer Crime - Computer Security Techniques This document describes and analyzes techniques to ensure security of computer facilities and data in differing environments. The document reflects findings of onsite visits to organizations representing the public, private, commercial and academic community. Over eighty techniques are described in general terms and are classified in terms of costs, users, and objectives.
6/2/1983 NCJ 84049
Publication Beta Binomial Model for Victimization Victimization models are proposed to fit data from the National Crime Survey.
6/1/1983 NCJ 95229
Publication Career Patterns in Crime This report examines the criminal careers of a nationwide sample of offenders in State prisons throughout the country. Information was derived from a survey including interviews with a random sample of 11,397 men and women representing a total estimated at approximately 275,000 State prison inmates in 1979.
6/1/1983 NCJ 88672
Publication Colorado Jails, 1982 - Populations and Conditions Of the 120,468 people held in county jails in Colorado between July 1981 and June 1982, 77 percent were pretrial admissions, 13 percent were sentenced, and 10 percent were other holds such as mental health holds and holds for other jurisdictions.
6/1/1983 NCJ 91611
Publication Households Touched by Crime, 1982 A total of 29 percent (24.8 million) of the nation's households were touched by a crime of violence or theft in 1982, a slightly lower percentage than in 1981 (30 percent).
Part of the Crime and the Nation's Households Series
6/1/1983 NCJ 88671
Publication Justice Expenditure and Employment in the United States, 1979 This annual report provides 61 tables of comprehensive data on spending and personnel levels for 1979 for Federal, State, and local governments in six sectors: police protection, judicial, legal services and prosecution, public defense, corrections, and 'other criminal justice.'
Part of the Justice Expenditure and Employment Series
6/1/1983 NCJ 87242
Publication Expenditure and Employment Data for the Criminal Justice System - Longitudinal File, 1971-1979 The variable list and codebook are provided for 1971-79 data on criminal justice employment and expenditures for all States, counties, certain municipal governments, and Puerto Rico.
Part of the Justice Expenditure and Employment Series
5/1/1983 NCJ 96148
Publication How To Handle Seasonality - Introduction to the Detection and Analysis of Seasonal Fluctuation in Criminal Justice Time Series This report reviews the component and stochastic approaches to analyzing seasonality of crime and gives the analyst basic guidelines for using them in practical situations.
5/1/1983 NCJ 92928
Publication Victim and Witness Assistance - New State Laws and the System's Response The victim/witness movement has achieved considerable success in the State legislatures in recent years, but little attention has been paid to the operational implications inherent in such programs or to the substantial financial responsibilities imposed on the criminal justice system.
5/1/1983 NCJ 87934
Publication Automated Information System - Planning and Implementation Guidelines - A Monograph for Court Users The guide takes the court manager through the necessary steps in assessing the need for an automated information system, defining its requirements, procuring hardware and software, and testing and refining the system.
4/1/1983 NCJ 89571
Publication Characteristics of Persons Entering Parole During 1978 and 1979 This report covers the characteristics of persons entering parole during 1978 and 1979 and provides a 1-year followup of persons entering parole during 1978. It traces persons entering parole during 1978 from sentencing through prison admission, release to parole, and follow-up during the first year after release.
4/1/1983 NCJ 87243
Publication Prisoners in 1982 At the end of 1982, there were 412,303 inmates in state and federal prisons. The annual increase of almost 43,000 inmates was the highest in any year since data become available in 1925.
4/1/1983 NCJ 87933
Publication Prisoners in State and Federal Institutions on December 31, 1981 This report, one of an annual series prepared under the National Prisoner Statistics program, presents data for 1981 on the number and movement of prisoners in all State and Federal correctional institutions.
Part of the Prisoners Series
4/1/1983 NCJ 86485
Publication State Court Caseload Statistics - Annual Report, 1978 Following an introduction, the report presents 3 figures and 51 tables giving court caseload data for courts in all 50 States, the District of Columbia, Guam, and Puerto Rico.
4/1/1983 NCJ 90675
Publication Criminal Victimization in the U.S. 1980-81 Changes Based on New Estimates A summary of the findings from the 1981 National Crime Survey accompanies a discussion of the changes in the estimates of the 1980 data based on the use of the actual population figures from the 1980 census.
Part of the Criminal Victimization: National Crime Victimization Survey Series
3/1/1983 NCJ 87577
Publication Non-Criminal Justice Agency Access to State and Local Criminal History Record Information The brief considers statutory and judicial developments pertaining to noncriminal justice access to criminal history data and policies and practices regarding fees charged to noncriminal justice requestors of information.
3/1/1983 NCJ 89511
Publication Prisoners and Drugs Almost a third of all State prisoners in 1979 were under the influence of an illegal drug when they committed the crimes for which they were incarcerated, and more than half had taken drugs during the month before the crime.
3/1/1983 NCJ 87575
Publication Jail Inmates, 1982 An estimated 210,000 persons were confined in the nation's local jails on June 30, 1982. Jails held one inmate for every two inmates held in state and federal prisons.
2/1/1983 NCJ 87161
Publication State Court Caseload Statistics, 1977 to 1981 In 1981, the 50 States and the District of Columbia reported over 82 million cases filed in their respective trial courts. Between 1977 and 1981, the number of civil case filings increased by 31 percent.
Part of the State Court Organization Series
2/1/1983 NCJ 87587
Publication State Court Caseload Statistics, 1977-81 This is a discrete reference volume, containing structure charts, statewide aggregate caseload data and reporting practices, population trends, and a detailed explanation of the Court Statistics Project (CSP) methodology.
2/1/1983 NCJ 87587
Publication Victimization and the Cost of Crime in Oregon Victimization.
2/1/1983 NCJ 106709
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