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Publication Young Black Male Victims

Lisa D. Bastian, Bruce M. Taylor, Ph.D., Bureau of Justice Statistics

December 1, 1994    NCJ 147004

This report, part of the BJS Crime Data Brief series, designed to present information about topics of current interest in condensed form, discusses black male crime victims ages 12 to 24. It reports the extent and characteristics of their victimization, such as weapon use, injury, and offender characteristics, and summarizes data about the reporting of crimes to police by this age group.

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