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Publication Crime in South Dakota 1991 Uniform Crime Reporting statistics for South Dakota in 1991 indicate that 21,189 serious crimes occurred during the year and that 41,220 arrests were made.
5/10/1992 NCJ 142951
Publication Census of State and Federal Correctional Facilities, 1990 This publication presents data on the 1990 census of State correctional facilities including 250 community-based facilities that housed 2 percent of the Nation's prison population and 80 Federal prisons.
Part of the Census of State and Federal Correctional Facilities Series
5/1/1992 NCJ 137003
Publication Compendium of Federal Justice Statistics, 1989 This study of Federal case processing is essential to evaluating the effectiveness of policies and procedures for Federal crime control. This compendium of statistics provides data on offenders from their initial review by U.S. attorneys through the entire criminal justice system.
5/1/1992 NCJ 134730
Publication Drug Enforcement by Police and Sheriffs' Departments, 1990 In 1990, about 9,300 local police agencies and 2,500 sheriffs' departments had primary responsibility for drug law enforcement.
Part of the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Series
5/1/1992 NCJ 134505
Publication Minnesota DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) Facts At-A- Glance This report describes the trends and scope of the DWI (driving while intoxicated) problem in Minnesota, using the most recent information available.
5/1/1992 NCJ 149877
Publication Prisoners in 1991 Official records from the Federal and State correctional systems reveal that the number of Federal and State inmates reached a record high of 823,414 at the end of 1991.
Part of the Prisoners Series
5/1/1992 NCJ 134729
Publication Race of Prisoners Admitted to State and Federal Institutions, 1926-86 This report documents the racial composition of U.S. inmates in Federal and State Institutions from 1926, when the Federal Government began keeping detailed annual records on prison admissions, through 1986, the latest year of available data.
Part of the Prisoners Series
5/1/1992 NCJ 125618
Publication State Drug Resources: 1992 National Directory This volume provides a comprehensive guide to the State agencies that address drug abuse concerns.
5/1/1992 NCJ 134375
Publication Mandatory Sentencing in Delaware, 1981-1991 This paper reviews the use and effects of mandatory sentencing in Delaware, found in criminal statutes, specific sentencing statutes, and the administrative and regulatory titles of the Delaware Code, over the past 10 years.
4/3/1992 NCJ 144124
Publication Homicide Report In 1988 the District of Columbia had a record number of homicides and became distinguished for the highest homicide rate in the country. Subsequently, a study was initiated to assess homicide victims and persons arrested for homicide between 1986 and 1991.
4/1/1992 NCJ 137706
Publication National Corrections Reporting Program, 1987 This report details the characteristics of persons admitted to and released from the prison and parole systems in the United States in 1987, using the data gathered from the 1987 National Corrections Reporting Program.
Part of the National Corrections Reporting Program Series
4/1/1992 NCJ 134928
Publication National Corrections Reporting Program, 1988 This report details the characteristics of offenders admitted to and released from the prison and parole systems in the United States during 1988 and is based on data gathered from the 1988 National Corrections Reporting Program.
Part of the National Corrections Reporting Program Series
4/1/1992 NCJ 134929
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 Prisons and Prisoners in the United States This report provides an overview of national corrections statistics and a summary profile of State and Federal prisons.
Part of the Prisoners Series
4/1/1992 NCJ 137002
Publication Criminal History Record Disposition Reporting: Findings and Strategies A report by the National Task Force on Criminal History Disposition Reporting found that, in light of the high rate of recidivism of career criminals, it would be appropriate for both criminal justice and noncriminal justice decisionmakers to consider the recidivists' criminal history when necessary.
3/1/1992 NCJ 135690
Publication Juveniles in Rhode Island: A Data Analysis and Statistical Study Concerning Key Information of Recent Years Based on data collected from the Federal Bureau of Investigation; the family courts; the Department for Children, Youth, and Their Families; the Public Defender's Office; and the Attorney General's Office, this report presents statistical analyses of the juvenile justice system in Rhode Island.
3/1/1992 NCJ 137106
Publication Women in Jail, 1989 Interviews with a representative sample of inmates in 424 of the Nation's 3,316 jails in 1989 gathered information on the characteristics and backgrounds of women held in locally operated jails.
3/1/1992 NCJ 134732
Publication Attorney General's Program for Improving the Nation's Criminal History Records: Bureau of Justice Statistics Implementation Status Report A 3-year Federal program begun in 1990 has funded and provided technical assistance to State efforts to improve the completeness and quality of criminal history records to help stop firearms sales to felons.
2/1/1992 NCJ 134722
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 Dynamics of Aging in the Illinois Law Enforcement Officer Corps This study used data from Illinois State, municipal, and county police officers to determine the dynamics of aging within the ranks of Illinois law enforcement agencies, differences among agencies, and the significance of these dynamics for human resource planning,
2/1/1992 NCJ 153462
Publication Justice Variable Passthrough Data, 1990: Anti-Drug Abuse Formula Grants This report presents the 1990 variable passthrough (VPT) for anti-drug abuse formula grants as authorized under the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988; comprehensive technical information about the VPT data are also provided.
Part of the Justice Expenditure and Employment Series
2/1/1992 NCJ 133018
Publication Prosecution of Felony Arrests, 1988 This report presents data on the prosecution of felony arrests in 30 urban jurisdictions in 1988 and indicates that 54 of every 100 adult arrests will result in a conviction to either a felony or a misdemeanor, including 52 guilty pleas and 2 convictions at trial.
2/1/1992 NCJ 130914
Publication Prosecutors in State Courts, 1990 During the year ending June 30, 1990, approximately 2,300 chief prosecutors employed about 20,000 deputy attorneys for the prosecution of felony cases in State courts, obtaining convictions on an estimated 668,000 felonies.
Part of the Prosecutors in State Courts Series
2/1/1992 NCJ 134500
Publication Recidivism of Felons on Probation, 1986-89 Information from a sample of felony probationers in 17 states was used to describe their subsequent arrests and levels of compliance with court-ordered requirements.
Part of the Felony Sentences in the United States Series
2/1/1992 NCJ 134177
Publication Sheriffs' Departments 1990 A 1990 survey of a nationally representative sample of law enforcement agencies produced data regarding the expenditures, functions, personnel, salaries, training and educational requirements, equipment, computerization, programs, and policies of sheriffs' departments.
Part of the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Series
2/1/1992 NCJ 133283
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