American Indian and Alaska Natives in Local Jails, 1999-2014

(Publication) Describes the population of American Indian and Alaska Natives (AIAN) held in local jails, including national and state level estimates, characteristics of adult AIAN inmates, and comparisons to all other races and Hispanic origin. 9/7…

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Describes the population of American Indian and Alaska Natives (AIAN) held in local jails, including national and state level estimates, characteristics of adult AIAN inmates, and comparisons to all other races and Hispanic origin.
9/7/2017, NCJ 250652, Susan Brumbaugh, Todd D. Minton, Harley Rohloff

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American Indian and Alaska Native in Local Jails, 1999-2014

(Publication) Describes the population of American Indian and Alaska Natives (AIAN) held in local jails, including national and state level estimates, characteristics of adult AIAN inmates, and comparisons to all other races and Hispanic origin. 9/7…

(Publication)
Describes the population of American Indian and Alaska Natives (AIAN) held in local jails, including national and state level estimates, characteristics of adult AIAN inmates, and comparisons to all other races and Hispanic origin.
9/7/2017, NCJ 250652, Susan Brumbaugh, Todd D. Minton, Harley Rohloff

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American Indian and Alaska Native Inmates in Local Jails, 1999-2014

(Publication) Describes the population of American Indian and Alaska Natives (AIAN) held in local jails, including national and state level estimates, characteristics of adult AIAN inmates, and comparisons to all other races and Hispanic origin. 9/7…

(Publication)
Describes the population of American Indian and Alaska Natives (AIAN) held in local jails, including national and state level estimates, characteristics of adult AIAN inmates, and comparisons to all other races and Hispanic origin.
9/7/2017, NCJ 250652, Susan Brumbaugh, Todd D. Minton, Harley Rohloff

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Repeat Violent Victimization, 2005-14

(Publication) Presents national data on the prevalence of repeat violent victimization and the characteristics of repeat violence. 8/31/2017, NCJ 250567, Barbara A. Oudekerk, Jennifer L. Truman

(Publication)
Presents national data on the prevalence of repeat violent victimization and the characteristics of repeat violence.
8/31/2017, NCJ 250567, Barbara A. Oudekerk, Jennifer L. Truman

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HIV in Prisons, 2015 – Statistical Tables

(Publication) Presents data on state and federal prisoners who were HIV-positive or had confirmed AIDS and prisoners who died from AIDS-related causes. 8/24/2017, NCJ 250641, Jennifer Bronson, Laura M. Maruschak

(Publication)
Presents data on state and federal prisoners who were HIV-positive or had confirmed AIDS and prisoners who died from AIDS-related causes.
8/24/2017, NCJ 250641, Jennifer Bronson, Laura M. Maruschak

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2017 NCS-X NIBRS Estimation Project

(Solicitation) The FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division established and maintains
the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), a part of the FBI’s Uniform Crime
Reporting (UCR) Program. Currently, about 6,600 of the…

(Solicitation)
The FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division established and maintains the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS), a part of the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. Currently, about 6,600 of the nearly 18,000 law enforcement (LE) agencies in the United States report their crime and arrest data to the UCR in the NIBRS format. Additional agencies continue to transition to NIBRS; however, at present, data submitted by the NIBRS-reporting agencies cannot be used to generate national- level estimates of crime and arrest known to law enforcement. To generate national estimates based on NIBRS data prior to the full transition of all of the nearly 18,000 LE agencies, the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) and FBI CJIS are cosponsoring the National Crime Statistics Exchange (NCS-X) Initiative. NCS-X seeks to transition to NIBRS a carefully selected sample of 400 LE agencies from across the country, including all of the largest LE agencies. Once these 400 agencies have transitioned to NIBRS reporting and their data are combined with data from LE agencies already reporting to NIBRS, NIBRS data will be sufficient to produce the timely, accurate, and detailed national measures of crime and arrest needed and expected by today's LE professionals, policymakers, and the public.
Applicants must register with Grants.gov prior to submitting an application. All applications are due by 11:59 p.m. eastern time on August 25, 2017.

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Tribal Crime Data Collection Activities, 2017

(Publication) Describes Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) activities to collect and improve data on crime and justice in Indian country, as required by the Tribal Law and Order Act, 2010. 7/27/2017, NCJ 250784, Devon B. Adams, Todd D. Minton, Mark …

(Publication)
Describes Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) activities to collect and improve data on crime and justice in Indian country, as required by the Tribal Law and Order Act, 2010.
7/27/2017, NCJ 250784, Devon B. Adams, Todd D. Minton, Mark A. Motivans, Steven W. Perry, Suzanne M. Strong

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State and Local White Collar Crime Program: State Regulatory Agency Statutes for Selected Offenses (Volume I and II)

(Publication) Examines how all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories handled regulatory functions in four offense categories: banking and finance, environmental, worker safety, and Medicaid fraud. 7/13/2017, NCJ 250765, Chri…

(Publication)
Examines how all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories handled regulatory functions in four offense categories: banking and finance, environmental, worker safety, and Medicaid fraud.
7/13/2017, NCJ 250765, Christian Desiltes

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Crime Against Persons with Disabilities, 2009-2015 – Statistical Tables

(Publication) Presents estimates of nonfatal violent crime (rape or sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, and simple assault) against persons age 12 or older with disabilities. 7/11/2017, NCJ 250632, Erika Harrell

(Publication)
Presents estimates of nonfatal violent crime (rape or sexual assault, robbery, aggravated assault, and simple assault) against persons age 12 or older with disabilities.
7/11/2017, NCJ 250632, Erika Harrell

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Federal Justice Statistics Analytical Support Program

(Solicitation) The Bureau of Justice Statistics’ (BJS) Federal Justice Statistics Program (FJSP)
collects, standardizes, and publishes statistics about the federal response to crime
and the operation of the federal criminal justice system. The F…

(Solicitation)
The Bureau of Justice Statistics' (BJS) Federal Justice Statistics Program (FJSP) collects, standardizes, and publishes statistics about the federal response to crime and the operation of the federal criminal justice system. The FJSP produces annual standard analysis files (SAFs), which document the federal criminal case processing stages from arrest to prosecution, pretrial release, adjudication, sentencing, appeals, and corrections. The FJSP also produces linking files that permit analysis of defendants and cases across stages of the federal criminal justice system. With this solicitation, BJS seeks an agent to implement the Federal Justice Statistics Analytical Support Program (FJSASP) project. This project is designed to provide scientific and technical support to BJS for methodological research, statistical analysis, and the generation of statistical reports using data from the FJSP. In addition, the FJSASP will work with BJS to identify additional sources of data to further enhance the FJSP (e.g., immigration enforcement and court statistics, enforcement data from federal regulatory agencies, civil data from the federal courts, and staffing and budget statistics).

There are three priority areas for this project: (1) using the FJSP data to address pressing substantive questions about the federal justice system through the production of statistical reports, (2) assessing the strengths and shortcomings of the FJSP data for federal criminal justice statistical reporting purposes and proposing and implementing methodological solutions to address deficiencies, and (3) identifying and assisting to integrate outside data sources with FJSP data files.
Applicants must register with Grants.gov prior to submitting an application. All applications are due by 11:59 p.m. eastern time on August 7, 2017.

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