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FY 2022 State Justice Statistics Program for Statistical Analysis Centers

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This program enhances state Statistical Analysis Centers' (SACs) capabilities to collect, analyze, and publish statistical data that support the states' strategic criminal justice planning needs and BJS and national priorities. The information produced by SACs and their involvement in criminal justice projects is critical to federal, state, and local criminal justice agencies and community organizations as they develop programs and policies related to crime, illegal...

FY 2021 National Census of Victim Service Providers

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Since 2015, between $2 and $4 billion has been allocated to crime victim services each year. BJS designed the National Census of Victim Service Providers (NCVSP) as a foundational data collection that describes the size and scope of the victim service provider field, monitors characteristics of agencies overtime, and describes the types of victims that receive services, particularly victims that are difficult to reach in...

Victim Services Statistical Research Program

The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) initiated the Victim Services Statistical Research Program (VSSRP) to build knowledge about victim services by collecting and analyzing national data from victims and the diverse entities that serve victims in all states. In addition to surveying victim service providers directly, including those working within the justice system, hospitals, campuses, and the community, the VSSRP also works to enhance other...

State Justice Statistics Program of Statistical Analysis Centers, 2021

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This solicitation describes the guidelines and requirements of the fiscal year (FY) 2021 State Justice Statistics (SJS) Program for Statistical Analysis Centers (SACs). Since 1972, BJS and its predecessor agency, the National Criminal Justice Information and Statistics Service, have provided funding to state and territorial governments to establish and operate SACs to collect, analyze, and report statistics on crime and justice to federal, state, and...