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Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
Publication Police Vehicle Pursuits, 2012-2013 Presents data on police vehicle pursuits and pursuit-related policies, including the number of police vehicle pursuits conducted by general purpose state and local law enforcement agencies in 2012, and the types of written pursuit-related policies maintained by these agencies as of January 2013.
Part of the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Series
5/9/2017 NCJ 250545
Publication Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics, 2000: Data for Individual State and Local Agencies with 100 or More Officers Compiled from the 2000 LEMAS survey, this report presents agency-specific data collected from more than 755 local agencies and 49 State agencies that employed 100 or more sworn officers.
Part of the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Series
4/1/2004 NCJ 203350
Publication Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics, 1999: Data for Individual State and Local Agencies with 100 or More Officers Presents agency-specific data collected from State and local agencies that employed 100 or more full-time sworn officers.
Part of the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Series
11/1/2000 NCJ 184481
Publication Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics, 1997: Data for Individual State and Local Agencies with 100 or More Officers Presents agency-specific data collected from State and local agencies that employed 100 or more full-time sworn officers.
Part of the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Series
4/1/1999 NCJ 171681
Publication Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics, 1993: Data for Individual State and Local Agencies with 100 or More Officers Compiled from the 1993 LEMAS survey, this report presents agency-specific data collected from 661 State and local agencies that employed 100 or more sworn officers and responded to the 1993 LEMAS survey.
Part of the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Series
9/1/1995 NCJ 148825
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 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
Publication State and Local Police Departments, 1990 Data from State and local police agencies that make up more than 60 percent of those taking part in the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics program were gathered to profile the 1990 expenditures, functions, personnel, salaries, training and educational requirements, computerization, programs, and policies of police agencies nationally.
Part of the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Series
2/1/1992 NCJ 133284
Publication Profile of State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies, 1987 This survey for fiscal 1987 is based on a sample of 3,054 law enforcement agencies, including all State police agencies, all local agencies with 135 or more employees, and a sample of smaller agencies.
Part of the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics Series
3/1/1989 NCJ 113949
 

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