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Publication Court Case Management Information Systems Manual This report is designed to provide a usable framework for deciding what case-related information is essential for efficient local court management, while satisfying the information needs of State-level managers and researchers.
1/1/1983 NCJ 91170
Publication Data on the Penal Population in the Industrial School for Women The trajectory of female criminality was examined in a comparison of data for female inmates of the Industrial School for Women in Puerto Rico, 141 of whom were incarcerated in May 1973 and 96 in May 1982.
1/1/1983 NCJ 95362
Publication Expenditure and Employment Data for the Criminal Justice System - 1979 The variable description list and the codebook are provided for the 1979 criminal justice employment and expenditure data for all States, counties, and certain municipal governments.
Part of the Justice Expenditure and Employment Series
1/1/1983 NCJ 96143
Publication Justice System Improvement Act Agencies - Annual Report, Third, Fiscal Year 1982 This report describes the programs and activities of the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS); the National Institute of Justice (NIJ); the Office of Justice Assistance, Research, and Statistics (OJARS); and the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) during fiscal year 1982.
1/1/1983 NCJ 89772
Publication Prison Population Forecast for Washington State - Fiscal Year 1983-1996 - Assumptions and Findings The major findings of this forecast is that the Washington State prison population, after growing at an all-time high rate in fiscal 1982, is expected to continue to grow at a rapid rate during fiscal 1983, with the rate of growth expected to decline during the remainder of the forecast.
1/1/1983 NCJ 90051
Publication Prisoners and Alcohol Data from a 1979 survey on state prison inmates' alcohol use suggest a relationship between alcohol consumption just prior to the crime and the crime itself, although figures are inconclusive.
Part of the Census of State and Federal Correctional Facilities Series
1/1/1983 NCJ 86223
Publication Capital Punishment, 1981 This report, one in a series published under the National Prisoner Statistics (NPS) program, summarizes data on prisoners under sentence of death in 1981, on prisoners executed since 1930, and on recent trends in capital punishment legislation.
Part of the Capital Punishment Series
12/1/1982 NCJ 86484
Publication Prisoners, 1925-81 Between 1925-81, the prison population grew at an annual rate of 2.4 percent. Only during World War II and the Vietnam War did the prison population not increase.
Part of the Prisoners Series
12/1/1982 NCJ 85861
Publication State of the States - Statistical Analysis Centers - July 1982 A 1982 survey of 38 Statistical Analysis Centers (SAC) in the States and territories provides an up-to-date picture of their organization, statistical and analytic capabilities, staffing, funding, and use of computer resources.
12/1/1982 NCJ 86823
Publication Criminal Victimization in the United States, 1980 Eighth in a series of annual reports from the National Crime Survey, this edition presents comprehensive data on selected crimes of violence and theft that took place in 1980. Crimes not reported to the police as well as those reported are included.
Part of the Criminal Victimization in the United States Series
11/1/1982 NCJ 84015
Publication Criminal Justice Data Directory This directory provides information on data set title, investigator, subject, keyword, source and publication for all 434 records contained in the SPIRES criminal justice data subfile.
9/1/1982 NCJ 90352
Publication Households Touched by Crime, 1981 Almost 25 million households were affected by violent crime or theft in 1981, amounting to 30 percent of the nation's population.
Part of the Crime and the Nation's Households Series
9/1/1982 NCJ 84406
Publication Just Deserts - What Happens to Minnesota's Serious Offenders? Data analyses focus on the outcome of the processing of Minnesota felons during fiscal 1981, with attention to the outcome for particular crimes, the impact of race and gun use in case outcomes for violent crimes, and factors affecting the incarceration of convicted felons.
9/1/1982 NCJ 89983
Publication Panel Study of Victimization by Crime - Final Report This report describes a research effort which focused on the design of the National Crime Survey (NCS), with particular emphasis on panel attrition, the effects of selecting household respondents, and definitions of repeat victimization by crime.
9/1/1982 NCJ 88148
Publication Probation and Parole, 1981 This report provides 1981 statistics and explanatory commentary on the number of persons on probation and parole nationwide.
Part of the Probation and Parole Populations Series
8/1/1982 NCJ 83647
Publication What Happens After Arrest in Oregon? - A Report on the Disposition of Part 1 Felony Arrests for 1979 This report presents the results of using offender-based transaction statistics to track 1979 Oregon arrestees charged with Part 1 felonies from arrest through sentencing, along with the time to disposition.
8/1/1982 NCJ 89867
Publication Criminal Victimization in the U.S.: 1979-80 Changes, 1973-1980 Trends Victimization rates remained stable for most offenses measured by the National Crime Survey (NCS) in 1980, except for declines (between 1979 and 1980) in three crimes: assault, personal larceny without victim-offender contact, and household larceny.
7/18/1982 NCJ 80838
Publication Assaults on Police Officers in Iowa, 1980 This report analyzes assaults against law enforcement officers in Iowa which occurred during 1980; location, assault circumstances, weapons used, assignments of assaulted officers, and resultant injuries are considered.
7/1/1982 NCJ 83999
Publication Computer Crime - Electronic Funds Transfer Systems and Crime This document describes and analyzes potential criminal activity associated with electronic fund transfer systems and establishes definitions and classification schemes to be used in the measurement and analysis of such criminal activity.
7/1/1982 NCJ 83736
Publication Death-Row Prisoners, 1981 This report describes the U.S. Supreme Court decisions and subsequent State law changes that have resulted in the increase to 838 in the number of inmates sentenced to death by the end of 1981.
Part of the Capital Punishment Series
7/1/1982 NCJ 83191
Publication Prison Population Forecast for Washington State - Technical Programming Documentation This computer model allows for a 15-year forecast with the option of reporting the monthly or annual prison population for males, females, or both in Washington State. It is a multiphase process involving six programs, eight data input files, four subpopulation forecast files, and two reports.
7/1/1982 NCJ 85539
Publication Criminal Justice Information Policies The report presents the results of a survey of the laws and regulations of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and the territories of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands dealing with the security and privacy of criminal history records.
6/1/1982 NCJ 80836
Publication Prisoners in 1981 Statistics on the 1981 prisoner population in the United States are presented.
Part of the Prisoners Series
5/15/1982 NCJ 82262
Publication State Court Organization 1980 This reference document provides court organization, jurisdiction, personnel, and other management information.
5/1/1982 NCJ 76711
Publication Criminal Justice Projection Package - User's Guide This is a comprehensive set of 10 programs designed to provide the tools for a wide range of forecasting tasks, including policy issues related to arrest projections, general processing flow, and prison population projections.
4/1/1982 NCJ 86832
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