Criminal Victimization in the 22 Largest U.S. States, 2017–2019
Victim Service Providers in U.S. Counties, 2017
Substantiated Incidents of Sexual Victimization Reported by Adult Correctional Authorities, 2016–2018
Female Murder Victims and Victim-Offender Relationship, 2021
Facility Characteristics of Sexual Victimization of Youth in Juvenile Facilities, 2018 – Statistical Tables
Carjacking Victimization, 1995–2021
Measuring and Analyzing Community- and Officer-Initiated Activity: Developing a National Program
The National Crime Victimization Survey and National Incident-Based Reporting System: A complementary picture of crime in 2021
Criminal Victimization, 2021
FY 2022 Virginia SJS Program
FY 2022 DC SJS Program
BJS SJS 2021 Core Capacity Project and the Special Emphasis Project.
National Inmate Survey (NIS-4) 2019-20 - Jails
National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS)
As of January 1, 2021, the FBI’s National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) became the national standard for law enforcement crime data reporting in the United States. The transition to NIBRS represents a significant shift – and improvement – in how reported crime is measured and estimated by the federal government.
NIBRS captures detailed data about the characteristics of criminal incidents, including:
- a broad array of...
Indicators of Workplace Violence, 2019
Violent Victimization by Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, 2017–2020
University of Maryland NCVS Research Forum Session 3: NCVS User Workshop
University of Maryland NCVS Research Forum Session 2: NCVS Research Highlights
University of Maryland NCVS Research Forum Session 1: NCVS Roundtable Discussion
In Session 1 of the UMD NCVS Research Forum, researchers with expertise related to the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) are invited to participate in a moderated discussion on topics relevant to the NCVS including how the NCVS can be used to illuminate the problems of crime and victimization, ways to use the survey, and advice to scholars interested in using the NCVS for their research.