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University of Maryland NCVS Research Forum Session 2: NCVS Research Highlights

Event Dates
Eastern
Event Duration
2 hrs.
Location
This event is closed.

In Session 2 of the University of Maryland NCVS Research Forum, panelists describe recent research related to the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS). This panel includes presentations from BJS statisticians on trends in criminal victimization, stalking, and crimes committed against persons with disabilities. Also, independent researchers present work on the topic of hate crimes and the use of victim services.

Moderator:

Grace Kena, Statistician, BJS

Panelists:

Rachel E. Morgan, Ph.D. Jennifer Truman, Ph.D., Statisticians, BJS

Stalking Victimization: Results from a National Survey of Victims

Rachel E. Morgan, Ph.D. & Alexandra (Lexy) Thompson, Statisticians, BJS

Crime in 2020: Findings from the National Crime Victimization Survey

Erika Harrell, Ph.D., Statistician, BJS

Crime Against Persons with Disabilities, 2009-2019 – Statistical Tables

Frank Pezzella, Ph.D., John Jay College of Criminal Justice

The Dark Figure of Hate Crime Under Reporting

Julie Siddique, Ph.D., Criminal Justice at the University of North Texas at Dallas & Tasha Youstin, Ph.D., Western Carolina University

Psychological Distress, Formal Help-Seeking Behavior and The Role of Victim Services among Violent Crime Victims

Date Created: June 6, 2022