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Introduction to Criminal Justice (CJ 101)
Introduction to Criminal Justice (CJ 101): Federal Agencies
The guide is to help students locate the documents necessary to complete their assignment prepared by Dr. Alderden for CJ 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice.
A Short List of Federal Aencies for CJ
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
Bureau of Justice Assistance
Central Intelligence Agency
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Federal Bureau of Prisons
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Justice
Sample of Available Reports & Statistical Data
Bureau of Justice Statistics. Capital Punishment, 2009. Statistical Tables
Bureau of Justice Statistics. Characteristics of Suspected Human Trafficing Conditions, 2008-2010
Bureau of Justice Statistics. Correctional Populations in the United States
Bureau of Justice Statistics. Key Facts at a Glance
Highlights some of the Bureau''s data with tables, graph's, and spreadsheets.
Bureau of Justice Statistics. Prison Rape Elimination Act (Sexual Violence in Correctional Facilities)
The act signed in 2003 requires an annual statistical analysis to be conducted for all correctional facilities. There are 5 separate data collection efforts including one for youth titled National Survey of Youth in Custody.
Bureau of Justice Statistics. National Survey of Youth in Custody
A portion of the data compiled to address the requirements forthe Prison Rape Eliminatin Act.
Bureau of the Census. Statistical Abstracts of the United States
Summary of political, social, and economic statitics of the United States.
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
Part of the US Department of Justice, use the search box to locate documents.
FBI Uniform Crime Report
Data includes volume and rate of crime offenses for the nation, the states, and individual agencies.
FBI Gang Threat Assessment: EmergingTrends
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