National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (NACJD) Announces Release of Eight Datasets (August 2018)
From the National Institute of Justice:
The National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (NACJD) archives and disseminates data on crime and justice for secondary analysis.
Below are the releases for August 2018:
Questioning Bias: Validating a Bias Crime Assessment Tool in California and New Jersey 2016-2017
Evaluating the Crime Control and Cost-Benefit Effectiveness of License Plate Recognition (LPR) Technology in Patrol and Investigations, United States 2014
Forensic Markers of Physical Elder Abuse, Los Angeles, California 2014-2017
Community-Level Influences on the Sentencing of Convicted Sex Offenders, Pennsylvania 2004-2010
Religion and Violence by Race and Ethnicity, United States Counties 2006-2014
Long-term Impact of a Positive Youth Development Program on Dating Violence Outcomes During the Transition to Adulthood
Predicting Intimate Partner Violence for At-Risk Young Adults and Their Romantic Partners, United States 1991-2009
Examining Criminal Justice Responses to and Help-Seeking Patterns of Sexual Violence Survivors with Disabilities, United States 2008-2013
See Also: Previous NACJD Data Releases
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