The Atlas shows the distribution of crime in the United States by geographic history, crimes of personal violence, crimes against property, family violence, organized and entrepreneurial crimes, "Film at ll" crimes, mental mapping and criminal justice.
Record date: 12/13/2011
"Crime in the United States" (CIUS) is an annual compilation of criminal statistics produced by the Uniform Crime Resporting system of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It is compiled from over 17,000 law enforcement agencies. CIUS includes data on the volume and rate of crime in the U.S., as well as data on arrests, clearances and law enforcement employees. Online data is available from 1995 to the current year. Data for earlier years is available from the print publication, "Uniform Crime Reports for the United States."
Record date: 12/7/2011
Presents 110 tables with detailed data on major variables measured by the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS).Presents 110 tables with detailed data on major variables measured by the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS).Provides 110 tablse with detailed data on major variables measured the the National Crime Victimization Survey.
Each year, data are obtained from a nationally representative sample of 76,000 households comprising nearly 135,300 persons on the frequency, characteristics and consequences of criminal victimization in the United States. The survey enables BJS to estimate the likelihood of victimization by rape, sexual assault, robbery, assault, theft, household burglary, and motor vehicle theft for the population as a whole as well as for segments of the population such as women, the elderly, members of various racial groups, city dwellers, or other groups. The NCVS provides the largest national forum for victims to describe the impact of crime and characteristics of violent offenders.
Data from more than 100 different government and non-government sources. Collection of more than 6,000 current and historical data series on on high-interest research topics dating back more than 20 years. Discover, view, and export key information measures for State Stats and Local Stats. Topics including: Agriculture, Crime and Law Enforcement, Defense, Economy, Education, Education and Culture, Employment and Labor, Geography, Government Finances: Federal, Government Finances: State And Local, Health, Households And Housing, Immigration, Population, Population And Politics, Religion, Social Welfare, and Transportation. Product includes: Local Stats, State Stats, and Business Stats.
The Sourcebook gathers together data from more than 100 sources, including over 600 statistical tables related to criminal activity, law enforcement, courts, public opinion, prosecution, sentencing and corrections (including parole, jails and prisons).
Though the print version of the Sourcebook is published annually, the online version adds data on a regular basis. The Sourcebook is organized into six (6) sections: Characteristics of criminal justice systems , Public attitudes toward crime and criminal justice & related topics , Nature and distribution of known offenses , Characteristics and distribution of persons arrested , Judicial processing of defendants and Persons under correctional supervision . The Sourcebook is also available in a print and CD-ROM (GOV DOC J 29.9/6-2).
Provides a combination of online data (via reports) and downloadable data sets on crimes ( including expanded focus on homocides) and the criminal justice system (persons detained, prosecuted & convicted as well as criminal justice resources). Also includes historic data from 1970 to 2002.
Provides links to a wide range of criminal justice and law enforcement statistics for continents and most major coutries. Includes U.S. Dept. of State human rights reports consistently for most geographical entities.
The World Criminal Justice Library Network (WCJLN) provides a virtual gold mine of international and country specific statistics sources. Sites fall into several categories: by country, international, other and region. Once in a category, e.g., the United States, use your browser's "Find" command to find the type of resource you need. For example, use the Find command to retrieve sites with "firearms" or "women" crime data.
Record date: 12/7/2011
The one to two-page fact sheets come from the 2017 edition of "Drugs of Abuse: a DEA resource guide." Also includes the text of the "Controlled Substances Act," drug schedules and penalties for drug trafficking
Provides summary findings, statistical publications, csv files and data sets (variety of formats,e.g. SPSS, SAS, tab delimited) for following topics: local police; sheriff's offices; federal, tribal & campus law enforcement; forensics; police-public contact; arrest related deaths and community policing.
Includes links to both the original 2000 edition and the 2001 update. The Atlas provides a graphical presentation of trends in crime and sentencing over the last 25 years for the nation as a whole, and for each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia individually. Included with each state’s data is a list of significant justice system initiatives implemented in the state since 1975.
Provides statistical reports and tables related to correctional populations and facilities (local, state and federal levels), recidivism, capital punishment, sexual violence, expenditures, employees, community corrections and deaths in custody.
The Sourcebook gathers together data regarding prosecution, sentencing and corrections (including parole, jails and prisons). The Sourcebook brings together data from more than 100 published and unpublished sources about many aspects of criminal justice in the United States.
Published by the International Centre for Prison Studies. This publication provides statistics and administrative information on the world's prison systems and populations -- by country and by state in the U.S.
Published by the International Centre for Prison Studies. This publication includes multiple editions of the World Prison Population List. The latest is the 10th edition, 2013. This site also contains the World Female Imprisonment List, 2nd edition, 2012. Both publications are available as PDF downloads.