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Criminal Justice: Crime and Justice Statistics

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Crime and Justice Statistics - Top Sites

Bureau of Justice Statistics - National Criminal Victimization Survey 

JRSA's Incident-Based Reporting Resource Center

Federal Bureau of Investigation - Uniform Crime Reporting

Federal Bureau of Investigation - National Incident-Based Reporting System

 

General Statistical Sources

  • This electronic book brings together data from more than 100 sources about many aspects of criminal justice in the United States.  These data are displayed in over 1,000 tables.  The site is updated regularly as new statistics become available.  The Sourcebook is supported by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics.  Data tables are organized into six topical sections:  Criminal justice characteristics; public opinion; crime and victims; arrests and seizures; courts; prosecution and sentencing; parole; jails, prisons and death penalty.

         

  • This chapter includes tables on arrests, correctional facilities and prisoners, courts, crime and crime rates, criminal justice expenditures, criminal victimizations, fire losses, juvenile deliquency and child abuse.  Be sure to click the first link on the page to view the entire section; this will include the introduction with a short essay that provides an overview of how crime statistics are collected and reported.

 

 

  • ISAR contains information on Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) research and activities, and is designed to inform criminal justice researchers, practitioners, and policymakers by summarizing these activities, which are undertaken by the SACs on a broad range of justice issues.
 
  •  New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services Criminal Justice Statistics                                                                         
    New York State reports and statics on crime, separated into sections on Crime and Victimization; Arrests; Dispositions; Juvenile Jutstice, Other, and Monthly/Quarterly Reports.