3 edition of comparison of offender-based transaction statistics (OBTS) in fifty-six counties, 1975 found in the catalog.
comparison of offender-based transaction statistics (OBTS) in fifty-six counties, 1975
California. Bureau of Criminal Statistics.
|Statement||prepared by California Department of Justice, Division of Law Enforcement, Bureau of Criminal Statistics.|
|LC Classifications||HV7254 .A6 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||78621876|
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Comparison of offender-based transaction statistics (OBTS) in fifty-six counties, Sacramento: The Bureau, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: California.
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TABLE 7 Comparison of Mainland Transfers and Non-transfers by Length of Incarceration Mainland Transfers Length of incarceration Total Number Released Less than 12 months 12 mo.s to less than 24 mo.s 24 mo.s to less than 36 mo.s 36 months or more Number Percent Non-transfers Number Percent % % 9 47 50 70 % % % %.
Offender Based Transaction Statistics System where only those offenders who have received a “final disposition” are included; therefore, these numbers may be substantially smaller than a count of arrests for child sexual abuse would be.
• ALABAMA There were child rapes reported to. Investigator(s): Bureau of Justice Statistics This series tabulates the number of persons convicted of felonies in state courts and describes their sentences. Data were collected from state courts and state prosecutors in counties of the United States.
Survey of Inmates in Local Jails Series Investigator(s): Bureau of Justice Statistics Formerly Survey of Jail Inmates. This collection provides nationally representative data on persons held prior to trial and on those convicted offenders serving sentences in local jails or awaiting transfer to state prisons.
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Bureau of Justice Statistics Tracking Offenders: ite-Collar Crime by Donald A. Manson BJS Analyst In the white-collar crimes of forgery/counterfeiting, fraud, and embezzlement accounted for 6% of the almostdispositions of felony arrests in nine jurisdictions reporting File Size: KB.
History/Offender-Based Transaction Statistics data system (CCH/OBTS) maintained by DCJS. The CCH/OBTS system uses data co 11 ected from po 1 ice, prosecutors, courts, and correctional agencies to track individual offenders through the criminal justice system.
The. Justice Systems Analysis and its predecessor organization, the Office of Policy Analysis, Research and Statistical Services. Data for this analysis were obtained from the Computerized Criminal History/Offender-Based Transaction Statistics data system (CCH/OBTS) maintained by DCJS.
This study utilizes offender-based transaction statistics (OBTS) to examine sentence outcome in twelve California counties for a three-year period, –Author: Yunmei Lu. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Pope, C. The Influence of Socaul and Legal Factors on Sentencing Dispositions: A Preliminary Analysis of Offender-Based Transaction Statistics.
Journal of Cited by: 2. The comparable conviction rate in this report would be 79%, rather than 73%, after deducting the cases rejected for prosecution (table 11). The Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (OBTS) program reported a 76% conviction rate among murder cases that were prosecuted in 14 States.
Spatial Statistics in Crime Analysis: Using CrimeStat III This book was written by Christopher W. Bruce and Susan C. Smith for police crime analysts seeking to use CrimeStat for tactical, strategic, and administrative crime analysis.
It was funded by National Institute of Justice grant IJ-CX-K The latest version of the book will be. Although jail confinement is the disposition most frequently employed to incarcerate convicted offenders, research on the use of punishment in the United States consistently has focused on rates of imprisonment in state correctional facilities and ignored the use of jails.
which included a comparison of the population of each county and the Cited by: 3. California, Bureau of Criminal Statistics. Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (OBTSI—Preliminary Data. Sacramento, California. January California, Department of Corrections.
California Prisoners California, Department of the Youth Authority. A Guide to Treatment Programs. August California. Department of the. The data for the Offender Based Transaction Statistics (OBTS) were originally col- lected by the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
Neither the collector of the original data nor the Consortium bear any responsibility for the analyses or interpretations pre- sented by: But a decade of crime data from the state's massive Offender Based Transaction System shows that black defendants he prosecuted for felony drug.
Just as UCR planners assumed that local law enforcement agencies might benefit from comparison of their local crime information with national numbers, they also recognized what the overriding interest in the nationally compiled data was likely to be. Develop the UCR, the [NCVS], and [Offender-Based Transaction Statistics [(OBTS.Offender Based Transaction Statistics (OBTS), California, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Utah, Minnesota, New York, and Virginia This special topic poll, fielded January, is part of a continuing series of monthly surveys that solicit public opinion on the presidency and on .World's Best PowerPoint Templates - CrystalGraphics offers more PowerPoint templates than anyone else in the world, with over 4 million to choose from.
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