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Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
Publication The Prevalence of Imprisonment A new statistical indicator is introduced that shows the pervasiveness of State imprisonment by measuring both the percentage of the Nation's population confined on any given day and the percentage that will ever have served a State prison sentence in their lifetimes.
7/15/1985 NCJ 93657
Publication Prison Admissions and Releases, 1982 These statistics on persons admitted to and released from State prisons in 1982 cover inmate demographic and offense characteristics as well as the median sentence given and the median time served before release.
7/1/1985 NCJ 97995
Publication 1983 Jail Census Data from the June 30, 1983, National Jail Census cover the number of jails and inmates by region for 1970-83, with data broken down by inmate characteristics (adults, juveniles, and sex) and by State.
Part of the Census of Jails Series
11/1/1984 NCJ 95536
Publication Returning to Prison This study defines recidivism and analyzes data on repeat incarceration.
Part of the Recidivism of Prisoners Released Series
11/1/1984 NCJ 95700
Publication Sentencing Practices in 13 States This report examines the sentencing systems of 13 States as well as the judge's role in sentencing, incarceration rates, and sentence lengths.
10/1/1984 NCJ 95399
Publication Probation and Parole, 1983 On December 1, 1983, nearly 1.3 percent of the adult population in the United States was either on probation, in prison, or on parole.
Part of the Probation and Parole Populations Series
9/15/1984 NCJ 94776
Publication Prison Admission and Releases, 1981 Compared to earlier decades, imprisonment was more prevalent among the U.S. adult population in 1981, the entering inmate population was more likely to be convicted of violent crimes, and those leaving prison were less likely to exit by a discretionary parole board decision.
Part of the National Corrections Reporting Program Series
9/1/1984 NCJ 95043
Publication Capital Punishment, 1982: National Prisoner Statistics This report, one in a series published under the National Prisoner Statistics program, provides tabular, graphic, and textual information on the nation's death-row population and on the status of death penalty laws in the United States.
Part of the Capital Punishment Series
8/1/1984 NCJ 91533
Publication Prisoners in State and Federal Institutions on December 31, 1982 This report presents data for 1982 on the number and movement of prisoners in all State and Federal correctional institutions, assesses the sharp growth in prison population during 1982, and surveys developments in the correctional field.
Part of the Prisoners Series
8/1/1984 NCJ 93311
Publication Capital Punishment 1983 This bulletin presents characteristics of death row inmates in 1983, the nature of their sentences, and clarifications of law.
Part of the Capital Punishment Series
7/1/1984 NCJ 93925
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 The 1985 Survey of Inmates of Adult State Correctional Facilities Rationale and Issues for Inclusion The survey will obtain a detailed profile of the characteristics of inmates in adult State correctional facilities across the country, gather information on major issues related to inmates and inmate characteristics, provide information helpful in assessing trends in the characteristics of the inmate population from 1974 through 1985, and will provide data tapes for use by the public.
3/1/1984 NCJ 95374
Publication Report to the Nation on Crime and Justice - The Data This nontechnical report digests the latest available data to give the general reader a clear, accurate overview of crime, victims, offenders, and the criminal justice system and its costs.
10/1/1983 NCJ 87068
Publication Probation and Parole, 1982 During 1982, the adult probation population rose more than 100,000 persons to 1,335,359 (a 9-percent increase), while the adult parole population rose by about 18,000 to 243,880 (an 8-percent increase).
Part of the Probation and Parole Populations Series
9/1/1983 NCJ 89874
Publication Prisoners at Midyear 1983 During the 6 months ending June 30, 1983, the U.S. prison population grew by 4.2 percent, reaching a total of 431,829, the lowest recorded for a 6-month period since quarterly collection began in 1981.
Part of the Prison and Jail Inmates at Midyear Series
8/1/1983 NCJ 91034
Publication Setting Prison Terms Part of the Uniform Parole Reports series prepared by the National Council on Crime and Delinquency Research Center for the Bureau of Justice Statistics, this report summarizes parole-related laws passed by State legislatures during the 4 years from 1977 through 1980.
8/1/1983 NCJ 76218
Publication 1984 Census of Adult State Correctional Facilities - Rationale and Issues for Inclusion The 1984 Census of State Adult Correctional Facilities is designed to obtain and update a profile of facilities geared to house inmates under State jurisdiction and to provide data tapes to be used by the public, including planners and researchers.
7/1/1983 NCJ 95373
Publication Capital Punishment, 1982 Two persons were executed during 1982, one each in Virginia and Texas, bringing to six the total executed since 1967.
Part of the Capital Punishment Series
7/1/1983 NCJ 89395
Publication Prisoners in 1982 At the end of 1982, there were 412,303 inmates in state and federal prisons. The annual increase of almost 43,000 inmates was the highest in any year since data become available in 1925.
4/1/1983 NCJ 87933
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 and Drugs Almost a third of all State prisoners in 1979 were under the influence of an illegal drug when they committed the crimes for which they were incarcerated, and more than half had taken drugs during the month before the crime.
3/1/1983 NCJ 87575
Publication Jail Inmates, 1982 An estimated 210,000 persons were confined in the nation's local jails on June 30, 1982. Jails held one inmate for every two inmates held in state and federal prisons.
2/1/1983 NCJ 87161
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
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