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Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
Publication Prisoners in 1983 This bulletin presents 1983 yearend information on inmates confined under State and Federal jurisdiction.
Part of the Prisoners Series
4/1/1984 NCJ 92949
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 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 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 Prisons and Prisoners Based on the November 1979 Survey of Inmates of State Correctional Facilities and its companion Census of State Correctional Facilities, this bulletin presents data on inmate characteristics, inmate drug and alcohol abuse, confinement conditions, and correctional personnel.
Part of the Prisoners Series
1/1/1982 NCJ 80697
Publication Prisoners in State and Federal Institutions on December 31, 1979 - Advance Report As of December 31, 1979, the national prisoner count produced a record high of 314,000 imprisoned persons, with more states than ever before housing inmates in local jails to alleviate overcrowding in state prisons.
Part of the Prisoners Series
1/1/1980 NCJ 66522
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