Appendix VII: Uniform Crime Reporting publications list.
Crime in the United States Crime in the United States is characterized by relatively high levels of gun violence and homicide, compared to other developed countries although this is explained by the fact that criminals in America are more likely to use firearms. (annual)
Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (annual)
Hate Crime Statistics (annual)
Killed in the Line of Duty In the Line of Duty may refer to:
An aggravated assault, such as an assault with an intent to murder, is a felonious assault. Killings of Law Enforcement Officers (special report)
In the Line of Fire: Violence Against Law Enforcement--A Study of Felonious Assaults on Law Enforcement Officers (special report)
Uniform Crime Reports: Their Proper Use (brochure)
National Incident-Based Reporting System (brochure)
Preliminary Semiannual Semiannual
An event that occurs twice in a calendar year.
A bond with semiannual coupons would issue payment once every six months.
See also: Annual, Bond, Coupon Bond Uniform Crime Report, January-June
Preliminary Annual Uniform Crime Report
Uniform Crime Reporting Handbook
This article is about reference works. For the subnotebook computer, see .
National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS NIBRS National Incident-Based Reporting System (US DoD) )
Volume 1--Data Collection Guidelines guidelines,
n.pl a set of standards, criteria, or specifications to be used or followed in the performance of certain tasks.
Volume 2--Data Submission Specifications
Volume 3--Approaches to Implementing an Incident-Based Reporting System
Volume 4--Error Message Manual
Addendum addendum n. an addition to a completed written document. Most commonly this is a proposed change or explanation (such as a list of goods to be included) in a contract, or some point that has been subject of negotiation after the contract was originally proposed by to the NIBRS Volumes
Conversion of NIBRS Data to Summary Data
Supplemental Guidelines for Federal Participation
Manual of Law Enforcement Records
Hate Crime Data Collection Guidelines
Hate Crime Magnetic Media Specifications for Tapes and Diskettes
Hate Crime Statistics, 1990: A Resource Book
Training Guide for Hate Crime Data Collection
Age-Specific Arrest Rates and Race-Specific Arrest Rates for Selected Offenses
Periodic Press Releases:
Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted
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