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Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
Publication Elderly Crime Victims Summarizes levels and rates of violent and nonviolent crimes against persons 65 or older using data from the National Crime Victimization Survey. This report has been superseded by Crimes against Persons Age 65 or Older, 1992-97
3/1/1994 NCJ 147186
Publication Criminal Victimization 1989 Data from the National Crime Survey indicate that persons age 12 or older living in the United States experienced 19.7 million victimizations involving violence or personal theft; in addition, 16.1 million household crimes such as burglary and motor vehicle theft were committed.
10/10/1990 NCJ 125615
Publication Black Victims Data from the National Crime Survey show that between 1979 and 1986 blacks had higher rates of victimization through violent and household crime than did whites.
4/1/1990 NCJ 122562
Publication BJS (Bureau of Justice Statistics) Data Report, 1988 This report on data published by the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) for 1988 pertains to crime and its characteristics; drugs; crime costs; the public response to crime; adjudication and sentencing; corrections; Federal justice data; and privacy, security, and confidentiality of criminal justice data and criminal histories.
4/1/1989 NCJ 116262
Publication Criminal Victimization 1983 Preliminary data from the 1983 National Crime Survey show an overall 10 percent decline from 1982 in victimization rates for personal and household crimes.
6/1/1984 NCJ 93869
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