BJS


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  • noun

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the agency in the Department of Justice that is the primary source of criminal justice statistics for federal and local policy makers

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Because the BJS designed the NCVS to complement the UCR Program, the two programs share many similarities.
The BJS established the NCVS to provide previously unavailable information about crime (including crime not reported to police), victims, and offenders.
The report, Criminal Victimization 2000, Changes 1993-2000 (NCJ 187007), by BJS statistician Callie Marie Rennison, may be obtained from the BJS clearinghouse at 1-800-732-3277 or from the BJS Web site at http://www.
The special report, Intimate Partner Violence and Age of Victim, 1993-1999, (NCJ 187635), was written by BJS statistician Callie Marie Rennison.
The BJS Web site has a wealth of information, including crime data abstracts, homicide trends, drugs and crime facts, and juvenile violence information.