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National Corrections Reporting Program: Most serious offense of state prisoners, by offense, admission type, age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin

Date Published
May 2011
Author(s)
Thomas P. Bonczar, Bureau of Justice Statistics; Timothy A. Hughes, Bureau of Justice Statistics; Doris James Wilson, Bureau of Justice Statistics; Paula M. Ditton, Bureau of Justice Statistics
Agencies
BJS
Publication Type
Data Table
Annotation
Presents the number and percentage of most serious offense of state prisoners, by offense, admission type, age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin.
Abstract

Presents the number and percentage of most serious offense of state prisoners, by offense, admission type, age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin.  These zip archives include the following tables:

  • State prison admissions: offense, by admission type
  • New court commitments to state prisons: offense, by age at admission
  • Parole violators returned to state prison: offense, by age at admission
  • New court commitments to state prisons: offense, by sex, race, and Hispanic origin
  • Parole violators returned to state prison: offense, by sex, race, and Hispanic origin
  • First entries to parole supervision from state prison: method of prison release, by offense
  • First entries to parole supervision from state prison: offense, by sex, race, and  Hispanic origin
  • State parole discharges: method of parole discharge, by offense.
Date Created: October 27, 2009