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Age-specific arrest rates and race-specific arrest rates for selected offenses 1965-1985.

United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Age-specific arrest rates and race-specific arrest rates for selected offenses 1965-1985.

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Published by Uniform Crime Reporting Program in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criminal statistics -- United States.,
  • Murder -- Statistics.,
  • Rape -- Statistics.,
  • Drug abuse -- Statistics.,
  • Robbery -- Statistics.,
  • Larceny -- Statistics.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF183 A32 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 145 p. :
    Number of Pages145
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18305564M


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cities for the years – to study the dependence of officially designated. Age, for example, is a potentially important factor distinguishing population crime rates, 12 as illustrated by age-specific arrest rates in that peaked in the late teens or early twenties and then dropped slowly through the adult years (Federal Bureau of Investigation, b).

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Department of Justice (). According to recent data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, juvenile arrests for violent crime fell 6% between andbut juvenile arrests for all offenses increased 3% over the. Age-specific arrest rates and race-specific arrest rates for selected offenses [ - ] [Washington, D.C.]: U.S.

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Department of Justice. Feindler, E. 1. Introduction. From the late s to the mids, the United States suffered a massive crime wave, including perhaps the biggest sustained rise in violent crime in its history, certainly the biggest in the 20th century (Latzer, ).Violent crime rates, as measured by FBI reports of offenses known to police, rose from perin to ina staggering %.

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Age-specific arrest rates and race-specific arrest rates for selected offenses --Early release for nonviolent offenders proposed --It could happen to anyone. Reviews User-contributed reviews. The UCR Program's primary objective is to generate reliable information for use in law enforcement administration, operation, and management; over the years, however, the data have become one of.

Atlanta Mugshots. We use annual time-series data to examine the impact of changes in economic well-be- ing, intraracial income inequality, and edu- cational attainment on changes in arrest rates for crimes among African Americans and Whites from to Our data for Af- rican Americans and Whites come from the Uniform Crime Report (UCR) arrest rates for.

Family Services Research Center. (, October). Multisystemic therapy using home-based services: A clinically effective and cost effective strategy for treating serious clinical. Complete month arrest figures for New York City were not available for inclusion in this book.

Arrest totals for these areas, however, were estimated for inclusion in Ta "Estimated Arrests, United States, " Age-Specific Arrest Rates and Race-Specific Arrest Rates for Selected Offenses Periodic Press Releases: Special Topics *.The collection contains estimates from national data of annual age-by-race specific arrest rates and crime rates for murder, robbery, and burglary over the year period The data address the following questions: (1) Are the crime rates reported by the Uniform Crime Reports (UCR) data series valid indicators of national crime trends?

(33) Today, about half of a million people are in jail or prison for a drug offense; this is more than a ten-fold increase from (34) As a result, the United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world by far; we incarcerate adults perwhile .