Courts State Court Caseload Statistics. This study compares released prisoners whose most serious commitment offense was rape or sexual assault to all other released prisoners, in terms of their characteristics and recidivism patterns.
The goal of this project will be to create a comprehensive profile that will provide more insight into domestic violence in Indiana and lead to increased awareness. It is BJS's first recidivism study on sex offenders with a 9-year follow-up period.
The project will entail the SAC merging, matching, and de-duplication through data cleaning and standardization to achieve the goals. Once analyzed, the data will then be used to develop information to be disseminated via the Commission website.
Courts Indigent Defense Systems. Conversely, information gleaned from prior criminal history, such as previous arrests for firearm or drug offenses, may suggest pathways to the manner of violent deaths, and perhaps point to specific intervention points. Constance Kostelac, Ph.
This process will entail the Commission programming the JDTS to map, establish, and maintain a population table that provides a unique observation for each person instead of just linking one database to the other. IT will redesign the public-facing website by reorganizing the navigation, reorganizing and expanding content, and creating a web environment that makes it easier for users to find and access content through the purchase of the Tableau platform.
Local Police Departments: Policies and Procedures, This report presents statistics on selected policies and procedures of local police departments, based on data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics' Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics survey.
See table 5 in Prisoners in for rates from to State Court Caseload Statistics. BJS encourages comments for 60 days until October 13,on the reinstatement and update of a previously approved data collection: National Survey of Prosecutors NSP.
Victims Research and Development. State Court Organization. Steps for the second phase includes collecting information from the agencies, conducting analysis of data from UCR, SAKI, and local agencies, and developing and producing a final report with findings and recommendations.
The project will be the first ever analysis of Maryland incident based crime data.