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C R I M I N A L J U S T I C E I S S U E S IN T H E S T A T E S

                       1996 DIRECTORY
                         Volume XIII


                            November 1996




                              C o m p i l e d by

                           Karen F. M a l i n e
                         Emily R. W i n k e l s t e i n
                          Kellie J. Dressier



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       J u s t i c e R e s e a r c h and Statistics A s s o c i a t i o n
                      Joan C. Weiss, Executive Director


 Support for this project was provided by the Bureau of Justice Statistics,
                        U.S. Department of Justice
JRSA EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
1995-1996



President                                                     Appointed Delegate
  Roger Przybylski                                              Richard P. Kern, Ph.D.
  Associate Director                                            Director
  Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority               Virginia Criminal Sentencing Commission

Vice-President                                                Past President
  Timothy Bynum, Ph.D.                                          William M. Holmes, Ph.D.
  Director                                                      Department of Criminal Justice
  Michigan Justice Statistics Center                            University of Massachusetts, Boston
  School of Criminal Justice
  Michigan State University
                                                              Staff
Secretary/Treasurer                                             Joan C. Weiss, Executive Director
  Roy Holt                                                      Stan Orchowsky, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate
  Director                                                      James Zepp, Director, Training and Technical
  Statistical Analysis Center                                      Assistance
  Arizona Criminal Justice Commission                           Sandra E. Dayton, Director of Finance
                                                                Karen F. Maline, Assistant Director for Information
Delegates                                                          Services
  Kim English                                                   Kellie J. Dressier, Assistant Director for Special
  Director of Research                                             Projects
  Colorado Division of Criminal Justice                         Charleen M. Cook, Conference Manager
                                                                Edward Lo Roy, Information Specialist
  Pablo Martinez, Ph.D.                                         Emily Winkelstein, Information Services Assistant
  Director, Special Projects                                    All Bumett, Office Manager
  Texas Criminal Justice Policy Council                         Wanda A. Meredith, Executive Secretary
                                                                Carolynne A. Walker, Secretary/Receptionist




  This Directory was prepared under Grant Number 94-BJ-CX-K019 from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Depart-
  ment of Justice. Points of view or opinions stated in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily
  represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.
                              T A B L E OF C O N T E N T S




Foreword ................................................................................................ i

T h e Justice Research and Statistics Association ................................ iii

Introduction ........................................................................................... iv

Section I

T h e Major Criminal ,Justice Issues in 1995 .......................................... v

Section II

T h e Directory ........................................................................................    1

Section III

S A C Publications ...............................................................................         55

Section IV

Index of Criminal ,Justice Issues ................................ . ....................... 61

Section V

T h e Statistical Analysis Centers ........................................................ 95
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                                  FOREWORD


The Directory of Criminal Justice Issues in the States, now in its 13th year, is a guide
to the critical work conducted by State Statistical Analysis Centers (SACs). As a compen-
dium of SAC activities and products, the Directorybriefly describes the research projects,
programs, and publications of each SAC in a user-friendly fashion. It is intended to
serve as a resource for criminal justice policy makers, practitioners, and researchers
through the country.

The Directory reflects the diverse array of criminal justice issues confronting the States
and the unique role of the SACs in supporting policy and program development. It
documents emerging areas of concern in the justice system, the efforts States have
undertaken to address them, and the pivotal role information and analysis plays in
the process. It is a key source of information for anyone interested in improving the
administration of justice at the local, State, or national level.

On behalf of the Justice Research and Statistics Association, I would like to thank the
Statistical Analysis Centers in the States and Territories for their contributions to this
edition of the Directory, and more importantly for the pivotal work that each SAC performs.
I would also like to express our appreciation to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Office
of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice for continuing to support the publication
and dissemination of the Directory.

I hope you find this Directory useful, and welcome your comments for improving the
report.

                                   Roger K. Przybylski
                                   President, JRSA
                                   Associate Director
                                   Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
THE JUSTICE RESEARCH AND STATISTICS ASSOCIATION


   JRSA is a professional association of criminal justice analysts, researchers, and prac-
   titioners committed to providing accurate and timely information in support of sound
   policy development. Directors of the State Statistical Analysis Centers (SACs) are the
   voting members of the association. JRSA's goals are to expand the analytical capabilities
   of State statistical agencies; promote the exchange of information and technology within
   the criminal justice community; encourage cooperation among the States in addressing
   common policy-related problems; and facilitate liaison between the States and the
   Federal govemment.

   JRSA was organized by the States in 1974 as the Criminal Justice Statistics Association,
   a private, non-profit organizat!on, and became the Justice Research and Statistics
   Association in November 1991. Funding is provided by grants, contracts, and member-
   ship dues. JRSA works closely with the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice
   Statistics, and other Federal agencies to promote the effective use of criminal justice
   information and professional standards for analysts.

   JRSA programs include 1) a clearinghouse of criminal justice resources in the States;
   2) conferences and seminars that cover a wide range of criminal justice issues; 3)
   multistate, policy-oriented research; and 4) training and technical assistance in the
   application of computer technologies. Training and technical assistance are conducted
   both on site in JRSA's Training and Technical Assistance Center and in selected locations
   around the country. Topics cover the use of computers for a vadety of statistical, graphics,
   and operational applications.

   In addition to this annual Directory, JRSA publishes a newsletter, The JRSA Forum;,
   grant notes, etc., a bulletin announcing funding opportunities offered through the Office of
   Justice Programs and other Federal agencies; research reports; and technical bulletins.

   For more information, visit JRSA's Home Page at www.jrsainfo.org, or contact:

   Justice Research and Statistics Association
   444 North Capitol Street, N.W., Suite 445
   Washington, DC 20001
   Phone: (202) 624-8560
   Facsimile: (202) 624-5269
   Intemet Address: cjinfo@jrsa.org




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                                     INTRODUCTION


     The Directory of Cnminal Justice Issues in the States is a resource designed to support
     criminal justice policy makers, practitioners, and researchers. The Directory indicates,
     by jurisdiction, many of the justice-related issues and problems examined throughout the
     country during 1995 by the State Statistical Analysis Centers (SACs). It also summarizes
     research undertaken by the SACs in response to these issues and problems.

     The Directory is a valuable aid to those who seek to identify sources of State criminal
     justice information. It provides the means for national policy makers to leam the major
     cdminal justice issues under debate and analysis in the States. State policy makers will
     gain critical knowledge about the current activities of other States in dealing with similar
     issues, problems, and concems.

     Statistical Analysis Centers conduct objective analyses to meet critical planning needs
     and address statewide and systemwide criminal justice policy issues. SACs contribute
     to viable, effective policy development through statistical services, research, evaluation,
     and policy analysis. The SAC program originated in 1972 as a component of the National
     Criminal Justice Information and Statistics Service (NCJISS). Although some SACs
     are predominantly funded by their States, they continue to maintain a close working
     relationship with the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics, which
     supports special research and analysis activities. Since the advent of State funding,
     many of the agencies have changed their names. To maintain consistency when referring
     to these agencies in the Directory, the generic term Statistical Analysis Center is used.

     The Justice Research and Statistics Association surveys the SACs annually to determine
     the types of research, analytical activities, and publications in which they are involved.
     Survey results are entered into a computerized index called the Database of State
     Activities and ResearchBDSAR. DSAR contains information on SAC research, analy-
     ses, clearinghouse activities, and other projects, as well as SAC reports and publications
     from 52 States and Territories. This 13th edition of the Directory, which continues to
     serve as a guide to criminal justice programs and policy research conducted in the
     States, is a summary of 1995 SAC activities and publications.

     The Directory is organized into five sections for easy use:
     • Section I contains a brief summary of SAC research and analysis activities focusing
       on the major criminal justice policy issues confronting the States in 1995.
     • Section II provides a detailed listing of SAC activities including the project title, a brief
       description, data sources used, date of completion, and a contact person for each
       SAC activity. The list is organized alphabetically by State.
     • Section III is a list of recent reports published by the Statistical Analysis Centers.
     • Section IV is an index of all SAC activities by issue area.
     • Section V contains the addresses and telephone and fax numbers of the Statistical
       Analysis Centers so readers can request additional information.




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                    The Major Criminal Justice Issues in 1995
Statistical Analysis Centers (SACs) conduct research and analysis to provide information to policy makers regarding
the leading criminal justice issues in the States and throughout the nation. Because of this work, SAC activities
are a good measure of what the leading criminal justice issues are.

The table below indicates the number of States continuing or completing activities for each of 41 issues during the
1993 to 1995 time period. A single issue can encompass several different activities.


ISSUE                            NUMBER OF S T A T E S      ISSUE                           N U M B E R OF S T A T E S
                                 1995     1994     1993                                     1995      1994       1993
Drugs                             50       41       33      Rehabilitation                   28        18         16
Sentencing                        44       36       35      Recidivism                       28        22         22
Police                            43       33       25      Projections-Crime                27        14         13
Victims                           42       31       26      Projections-Population           27        19         17
Juvenile Delinquency              39       28       30      Child Abuse                      26        20         14
Domestic Violence                 38       26       21      Expenditures/Budget/Finance      25        17         15
Crime Prevention                  38       26       19      PretrialRelease                  25        12         11
Courts                            38       28       25      Plea Bargaining                  25        11         11
Corrections                       37       30       29      Status Offenses                  23        18         13
Alternatives to Incarceration     37       27       25      Risk Assessment                  22        13         10
Jail                              37       30       27      Community Policing               18         9          5
Probation                         36       30       27      Traffic Safety                   16         9          7
Homicide                          33       22       17      Firearms                         14         2          *
Prosecution                       33       23       21      Restitution                      14         7          7
Personnel~Management Issues       33       23       21      FemaleCrime                      14         7          6
Drunk Driving                     33       20       17      White Collar Crime               12         7          6
Prisons                           32       28       27      Bias Crime                       11         7          7
Public Attitudes                  31       25       20      Bail                             11         7          6
Overcrowding                      30       20       20      Special Populations              10         9          *
Parole                            30       24       21      Missing Children                  9         6          7
Sexual Assault                    28       21       16


Nearly all of the SACs conducted activities focusing on the issue of "Drugs." Drug use and distribution have long
been considered catalysts to other crime. SAC activity in this area includes data collection, treatment evaluation,
and use forecasting.

Issues under the general headings of Sentencing, Policel Victims, and Juvenile Delinquency round out the top five
categories of national SAC activity during 1995. Sentencing and associated issues like Corrections, Probation, and
Altematives to Incarceration are among the seven most commonly addressed issues in the States. Much of the
work in this area results from State movement toward "get tough" legislation that mandates structured sentencing,
abolition of parole, and mandatory minimum sentences. The "Three Strikes, You're Out" policy has had a severe
impact on State courts and corrections systems, and SACs are often asked to forecast and study the impact of
this type of policy.

In response to the implementation of new Federal programs such as Violence Against Women, the National Criminal
History Improvement Program (NCHIP), and Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), the SACs increased
their research activities in domestic violence and sexual assault, firearms, and community policing.

Although drugs and sentencing have been at the top of the list of SAC issues for the past several years, some
topics have shifted considerably in priority. The number of SACs addressing domestic violence issues increased
81% from 1993 to 1995. SAC activities regarding sexual assault issues increased by 75%. SAC activities in the
areas of domestic violence and sexual assault include examining the efforts of mandatory arrest policies, implement-
ing reporting programs, and assessing the responsiveness of the cdminal justice system to domestic violence.




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     With the implementation of NCHIP, the number of SACs examining firearms issues increased 600% from 1994 to
     1995. SACs are studying such issues as crimes committed with firearms, development of systems for tracking
     firearms, and the use of firearms by youth.

     The number of SACs addressing community policing issues tdpled from 1993 to 1995. With the implementation
     of the COPS program and an increased demand by communities for better policing services, community policing
     has become a popular strategy for dealing with crime. SACs are conducting research and evaluation on the
     effectiveness and efficiency of community policing strategies, assisting communities and police departments in
     developing community mobilization plans and responses to crime, and working with police departments to design
     community policing strategies.




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                                                                           Issues                              for       which               State                 Statistical                       Analysis                              Centers                 (SACs)
                                                                               produced                                      data        or conducted                                     research,                        calendar                             1995-96

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                                                                                                                                                   ALABAMA




                                                                                                          determine if the computer contains any evidence
I ALABAMA                                         I   Data
                                                      Sources:         IBR, PoliceDepartments,Sheriffs'
                                                                       Departments
                                                                                                          that can be used by law enforcement and prose-
                                                                                                          cutors.
                                                      Date of                                             Date of
ACJIC N e w s l e t t e r                                                                                 Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                      Completion: ContinuingActivity
The Newsletter examines topics of interest to         Contact:    Theresa Ford                            Contact:    Isaac Kervin
sheriffs' and police departments. This resource                        (334) 242-4900                                         (334)242-4900
emphasizes the National Crime Information
Center (NCIC) terminal standards and usage,
but also includes information on the components       Crime Analysis for J e f f e r s o n                Developing C r i m e in A l a b a m a for
of the Alabama Criminal Justice Information           C o u n t y Sheriff's Office                        a W e b P a g e on t h e I n t e m e t
Center (ACJIC).
                                                      The SAC uses the sector number, the time of         The 1995 Cffme in Alabama report is being pre-
Data                                                                                                      pared with the intention of putting it on the
Sources:          CCH, IBR, PoliceDepartments,        day, and the day of the week to present cdme
                                                      data on 11 subdivisions in Jefferson County.        Intemst. It will be available to a much larger
                  UCR
                                                      Similar reports are availableto any police agency   audience within an earlier time frame than con-
Date of                                               using the IBR report forms for personnel reallo-    ventional printing.
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        cation.                                             Data
Contact:    ThereseFord                               Data                                                Sources:             IBR, PoliceDepartments,Sheriffs'
                  (334) 242-4900                      Sources:          IBR, PoliceDepartments,Shedffs'                        Departments,UCR
                                                                        Departments,UCR                   Date of
Alabama       Rape Data                               Date of                                             Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                      Completion: ContinuingActivity                      Contact:    Themse Ford
This data set contains the following information                                                                               (334) 242-4900
                                                      Contact:    Theresa Ford
for each rape incident: the age and race of the
                                                                       (334) 242-4900
victim and the offender; the type of weapon used;
the location of the incident; the relationship of                                                         Disproportionate Minority
the victim to the offender; and the month, day,       Crime Analysis for Police                           O v e r r e p r e s e n t a t i o n in t h e
and time of day of the incident.
                                                      Department Executives                               Juvenile Justice System
Data
Sources:    IBR, UCR                                  A two-hour seminar on crime analysis is pre-        The State Planning Agency asked for assistance
                                                      sented once a year by the SAC at the University     in analyzing juvenile data obtained from the
Date of                                               of Alabama's Police Academy executive training      Department of Youth Services, the Criminal Jus-
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        sessions. Screens were developed in FoxPro,         tice Information Center, and courts to determine
Contact:    Theresa Ford                              and a projection panel and overhead are used.       the extent of minority overrepresantation in the
                  (334) 242-4900                                                                          juvenile justice system, and to determine possi-
                                                      Data
                                                      Sources:         Police Departments,Shenffs'        ble reasons and solutions.
                                                                       Departments                        Data
C h e c k i n g and R e v i e w i n g t h e
                                                      Date of                                             Sources:             Courts, JuvenileInformation
Incident Reports Sent Into                                                                                                     System
A l a b a m a ' s Uniform Crime                       Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                      Contact:    Theresa Ford                            Date of
Reporting Program                                                                                         Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                                       (334) 242-4900
ACJIC reviews the recordkeeping procedures of                                                             Contact:    Theresa Ford
police and sheriffs' departments to ensure com-                                                                                (334) 242-4900
pliance with FBI guidelines and the reporting         Crime In A l a b a m a Report
definitions for Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/
Incident-Based Reporting (IBR). There also is         This annual report provides clearance and arrest
                                                      data for the seven index offenses and arson.
                                                                                                          I B R - - A M a n a g e m e n t Tool
emphasis on sending the required paperwork for
clearances and unfounded cases.                       Data are broken down by city, county, Metropoli-    This publication reviews special reports avail-
                                                      tan Statistical Area, and State, and organized in   able to local police agencies that utilize the Ala-
Data                                                  charts, tables, graphs, and summary narratives.     bama Uniform Incident/Offense Supplement and
Sources:          IBR, PoliceDepartments,Sheriffs'                                                        Arrest reports. Some of the special reports
                  Departments,UCR                     Data
                                                      Sources:          CCH, IBR, PoliceDepartments,      include crime breakdowns by sector, time of day,
Date of                                                                 Survey, UCR                       day of week, shift, and offense.
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                                                            Data
                                                      Date of
Contact:    Theresa Ford                              Completion: ContinuingActivity                      Sources:    IBR, UCR
                  (334) 242-4900                                                                          Date of
                                                      Contact:    Theresa Ford
                                                                        (334) 242-4900                    Completion: ContinuingActivity
Cooperative Agreement with the                                                                            Contact:    Theresa Ford
                                                                                                                               (334) 242-4900
D e p a r t m e n t of Forensic S c i e n c e s       Decoding C o n f i s c a t e d C o m p u t e r s
For this project, the Alabama Department of
                                                      ACJIC has a cooperative agreement with the
Forensic Sciences forwards drug information to
                                                      Department of Forensic Sciences whereby any
the SAC for trend studies. This agreement is
                                                      computer confiscated by police pursuant to a
currently in the testing phase.
                                                      warrant, search, and arrest can be decoded to
ALABAMA-ALASKA

Law Enforcement Directory                                     Data                                                  overhead are used. (This course was approved
                                                              Sources:    IBR, UCR                                  for executive-level training which gives police
T h e D i r e c t o r y lists the n a m e s , m a i l i n g                                                         chiefs four hours towards a mandatory 20 hours
addresses, and phone numbers of sheriffs',                    Date of
                                                              Completion: ContinuingActivity                        of continuing education each year.)
police, and public safety departments, colleges
and universities, and State agencies with law                 Contact:    Therese Ford                              Data
enforcement capabilities.                                                       (334) 242-4900                      Sources=    IBR, UCR
Date of                                                                                                             Date of
Completion:          ContinuingActivity                                                                             Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                              S e c t o r B r e a k d o w n s of Crime              Contact:    Therese Ford
Contact=             Thereso Ford
                     (334) 242-4900                           Sector breakdowns can be done for any police                           (334) 242-4900
                                                              agency using Incident/Offense reports and sec-
                                                              tor numbers. The sector reports (1) inform
Law Enforcement Officer's                                     administrators about crime locations and (2)          UCR N e w s l e t t e r
Handbook                                                      include crime breakdowns by time of day and           The UCR Newsletter examines issues concern-
                                                              day of the week.                                      ing the Incident-Based Reporting (IBR) system
The Handbook is distributed to every law
                                                              Data                                                  and publicizes IBR software, reports, and train-
enforcement officer in Alabama and includes (1)
                                                              Sources:    IBR, PoliceDepartments,UCR                ing functions of ACJIC, such as in-service
Law Enforcement Data System (LEDS)/NCIC
                                                              Date of                                               training.
inquiries and instructions on completing the Uni-
form Incident/Offense Supplement, arrest                      Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Data
reports, and fingerpdnt cards and (2) a brief syn-            Contact:    Therese Ford                              Sources:         IBR, PoliceDepartments,Sheriffs
opsis of special reports available through the                                  (334) 242-4900                                       Departments, UCR
SAC.                                                                                                                Date of
Date of                                                                                                             Completion: ContinuingActivity
Completion:         ContinuingActivity                        Training C o u r s e s on t h e PC for                Contact:    Therese Ford
Contact:            Therese Ford                              I n c i d e n t R e p o r t i n g (UCR)                                (334) 242-4900
                    (334) 242-4900                            ACJIC developed a PC program for MS-DOS-
                                                              compatiblecomputers with a hard drive to enable
                                                              agencies in the field to report local cdme data via
PC P r o g r a m for IBR D a t a
Submission
                                                              diskette rather than paper. This program allows
                                                              agencies to maintain local databases of their
                                                                                                                    I ALASKA                                       ]
                                                              crime statistics. It is availableto any agency upon
A PC program and procedure/documentation
                                                              request. A training course was developed to
manual were developed to provide an alternative                                                                     Annual OBTS Data Summary
                                                              assist local agencies in the use of this program.
to the way Alabama's police and sheriffs' depart-
                                                              Data                                                  A summary of Alaska OBTS data is prepared
ments report their crime data. These agencies
                                                              Sources:          IBR, UCR                            each year and released statewide.
will build a local database for their own use.
Data                                                          Date of                                               Data
Sources:             IBR, Police Departments,Shedffs'         Completion:       ContinuingActivity                  Sources:    OBTS
                     Departments, UCR                         Contact:          Therese Ford                        Date of
Date of                                                                         (334) 242-4900                      Completion: ContinuingActivity
Completion:         ContinuingActivity                                                                              Contact:    Allan Bames, Ph.D.
Contact:            Therese Ford                                                                                                     (907) 786-1810
                                                              Training C o u r s e s on t h e PC for
                    (334) 242-4900
                                                              I n c i d e n t Reporting ( U C R )
                                                                                                                    Compilation of O B T S T a p e s
                                                              A training module was developed to train law
Police Academy Training Program                               enforcement officers to report local crime data       The Statistical Analysis Unit (SAU) compiled
A training program was developed for use in                   via diskette rather than paper using Power Point      OBTS data tapes for 1984-1995 and modified
                                                              software. A projection panel and overhead allow       all tapes to include misdemeanor information.
police academies on records and reporting
which includes NCIC, CCH, NLETS, and UCR.                     those attending the training to see the presenta-     Data
Screens were developed using FoxPro. A pro-                   tion. Handouts at these classes include the           Sources:    OBTS
jection panel and overhead are used in the pre-               screens from the computer.
                                                                                                                    Date of
sentation. This is a four-hour class.                         Data                                                  Completion: ContinuingActivity
Data                                                          Sources:    IBR, UCR
                                                                                                                    Contact:    Allan Barnes,Ph.D.
Sources:            CCH, IBR, Sheriffs' Departments,          Date of                                                                (907) 786-1810
                    UCR                                       Completion: ContinuingActivity
Date of                                                       Contact:    Therese Ford
Completion:         ContinuingActivity                                          (334) 242-4900                      C r o s s - R e f e r e n c e Guide:
Contact:            Therese Ford-                                                                                   Conversion T a b l e s for U s e w i t h
                    (334) 242-4900                                                                                  Alaska OBTS
                                                              U C R C l e r k s Training
                                                                                                                    The tables cross-reference Alaska statutes with
                                                              A training program was developed for UCR              NCIC, UCR, Alaska OBTS, and BJS codes.
P r e l i m i n a r y R e p o r t on I n d e x D a t a        clerks employed by police departments. The
                                                                                                                    Data
After the year-end index data are sent to the                 training covers FBI definitions, coding, and pro-
                                                                                                                    Sources:    OBTS
FBI, a preliminary report is produced containing              cedures for reporting UCR data. Screens were
                                                              developed using FoxPro. A projection panel and        Date of
only statewide information in order to inform the
                                                                                                                    Completion: ContinuingActivity
State about offenses and clearances prior to
publication of the annual report (circa July).                                                                      Contact:    Allan Barnes,Ph.D.
                                                                                                                                     (907) 786-1810


2
                                                                                                                                   ALASKA-ARIZONA

Dissemination of BJS Reports and
Results of Other National
                                                    I ARIZONA                                           I   Drug, Gang, a n d Violent Crime
                                                                                                            Control Strategy
Research                                                                                                    The SAC completes an annual State strategy
The SAU disseminates BJS bulletinsand special
                                                    Arizona Criminal Justice Agency                         for drug, gang, and violent crime control.
reports upon request and regularly publishes        Directory                                               Data
summaries in the Alaska Justice Forum.              The SAC gathers information to update the               Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
Date of                                             annual Criminal Justice Agency Directory. The                            Police Departments,Probation/
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                 directory includes names, phone numbers, and                             Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'
                                                    addresses of State and local criminal justice                            Departments
Contact:         Allan Bames,Ph.D.
                 (907) 786-1810                     agencies. It receives a wide distribution to gov-       Date of
                                                    ernment agencies and the public.                        Completion:      ContinuingActivity
                                                    Data                                                    Contact:         Roy Holt
Response to Requests on Justice                     Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                        (602) 542-1928
System Issues from Legislators                                        Police Departments,Probation/
and Other Government Officials                                        Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'
                                                                      Departments                           Homicide in Arizona 1994
The SAU regularly responds to requests from
                                                    Date of                                                 The SAC conducted a descriptive analysis of
legislators, other government officials, and the                      ContinuingActivity
                                                    Completion:                                             1994 Arizona homicide statistics.
press for information on justice research.
                                                    Contact:          Roy Holt                              Data
Data                                                                  (602) 542-1926
Sources:         AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections                                                             Sources:         UCR
                 Departments,Health-Related                                                                 Date of
                 Facilities,Jail Information        Crime Prevention Programs in                            Completion:      06/01/96
                 Systems, JuvenileInformation                                                               Contact:         Roy Holt
                 System, IBR, OBSCIS,OBTS,          Arizona
                                                                                                                             (602) 542-1928
                 Police Departments,Probation/      The SAC compiles information necessary to
                 Parole, Prosecutors,Survey,UCR     publish a comprehensive compendium of crime
Date of                                             prevention programs in Arizona.                         Legislative Monitoring
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                 Data                                                    The SAC provides information to the legislature
Contact:         Allan Barnes,Ph.D.                 Sources:          Courts, PoliceDepartments,            regarding criminal justice-related bills.
                 (907) 786-1810                                       Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
                                                                      Departments                           Data
                                                                                                            Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                    Date of                                                                  Police Departments,Probation/
Sex Offender T r e a t m e n t Database             Completion:       ContinuingActivity                                     Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'
for the Alaska Department of                        Contact:          Roy Holt                                               Departments
Corrections                                                           (602) 542-1928                        Date of
The Statistical Analysis Unit is working with the                                                           Completion:       ContinuingActivity
Alaska Department of Corrections to redesign its                                                            Contact:          Roy Holt
case management system for the sex offender         Criminal Justice N e w s l e t t e r
                                                                                                                              (602) 542-1928
treatment program.                                  The SAC publishes a quarterly newsletter with
Data                                                criminal justice related articles of interest to Ari-
Sources:                   Departments
                 Corrections                        zona criminal justice administrators.                   Predictors of Gang Violence
Date of                                             Data                                                    Potential
Completion:      06/01/96                           Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                                      Police Departments,Probation/         The SAC conducted research to attempt to iden-
Contact:         Allan Barnes,Ph.D.                                   Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'         tify predictors of gang violence potential for
                 (907) 786-1810                                                                             individual offenders.
                                                                      Departments
                                                    Date of                                                 Date
                                                                                                            Sources:           Courts, Jail InformationSystems,
Statistical Analysis Unit                           Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                                               Juvenile InformationSystem,
Newsletter: Alaska Justice Forum                    Contact:          Roy Holt                                                 Police Departments,Probation/
                                                                      (602) 542-1928                                           Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'
The SAU publishes a quarterly newsletter that
incorporates BJS releases, the results of SAU                                                                                  Departments
research, and other articles on the justice sys-    Drug Enforcement             Strategy                   Date of
tem. The Forum is disseminated to agencies                                                                  Completion:       03/01/95
and individuals involved with the Alaska justice    Each year, the SAC works with the Byme Pro-             Contact:          Roy Holt
system and to various organizations throughout      gram Manager to research and update the                                   (602) 542-1928
the nation.                                         State's comprehensive drug strategy. The strat-
Date of                                             egy outlines Arizona's drug problem, its demo-
Completion: ContinuingActivity                      graphics, and a plan for attacking it.                  Street Gangs in Arizona
Contact:         Antonia Moras                      Data
                                                                     Courts, Jail InformationSystems,       The SAC conducted a descriptive analysis of
                 (907) 781-1815                     Sources:
                                                                                                            gang and gang-related activity from the perspec-
                                                                     Police Departments,Prosecutors,
                                                                     Sheriffs' Departments                  tives of corrections departments, law enforce-
                                                                                                            ment, probation and parole, and prosecution.
                                                    Date of
                                                    Completion:        ContinuingActivity                   Data
                                                                                                            Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                    Contact:           Roy Holt                                               Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,
                                                                       (602) 542-1928                                         Sheriffs' Oepa~ments,Survey


                                                                                                                                                             3
 ARIZONA-CALIFORNIA

 Date of                                               Data                                                     Advance Release: Crime a n d
 Completion:       07/01/96                            Sources:          Jail InformationSystems, Police        Delinquency in California (Prior
 Contact:          Roy Holt                                              Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                                         Departments, UCR
                                                                                                                Year)
                   (602) 542-1928
                                                       Date of                                                 A brief report is released prior to the annual
                                                       Completion:       ContinuingActivity                    report Crime and Delinquency in Cafifornia.
Substance Abuse and Public                                                                                     Information is published for the prior calendar
                                                       Contact:          Richard Thomas
S c h o o l S t u d e n t s in A r i z o n a                                                                   year on the Criminal Justice Statistics Center
                                                                         (501) 682-2222
                                                                                                               (CJSC) major database files. This advance
Every two years, the SAC surveys a scientifically                                                              release of data each May meets statutory obliga-
selected sample of public school students                                                                      tions to report crime and delinquency information
in Arizona in an effort to determine their attitudes   Quarterly Crime Summary                                 by July 1.
towards, and prevalence of use of, illicit and non-    The Crime Summary presents information on
illicit substances.                                                                                             Data
                                                       the level of crime as reported by law enforcement        Sources:        OBTS, PoliceDepartments,
Data                                                   agencies to the Arkansas Crime Information                               Sheriffs' Departments,UCR
Sources:           Survey                              Center.
                                                                                                               Date of
Date of                                                Data                                                    Completion:      ContinuingActivity
Completion:        12/31/95                            Sources:          IBR, Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                                         Departments,UCR                       Contact:         Steve Galeria
Contact:           Roy Holt                                                                                                     (916) 227-3282
                   (602) 542-1928                      Date of
                                                       Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                                                       Contact:          Richard Thomas                        Adult Probation Statistical
 Victim A s s i s t a n c e Fund Revenues                                (501) 682-2222                        System
The SAC conducted a review of crime assistance                                                                 The Adult Probation Statistical System contains
fund revenue services and a description of the                                                                 data on convicted defendants under county pro-
effect truth in sentencing laws have had on            Rape in Arkansas
                                                                                                               bation supervision, including information from
the fund.                                              This report is based on UCR rape offense data           the time of court orders at judgement to the time
Data                                                   reported to law enforcement agencies. It pres-          of probation termination. The system contains
Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,     ents a statewide summary of supplemental infor-         only gross counts, thus providing only profile
                   Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,       mation including victim and offender data, the          information by county, types of placement, rea-
                   Sheriffs' Departments               time/place of occurrence, the weapon used, and          sons for removal, and caseload. These data are
Date of                                                the victim/offender relationship. A yearly rape/        published annually in Crime and Delinquency in
Completion:        04101196                            attempted rape listing by county also is included.      California and The Criminal Justice Profile
                                                       This report has been published yearly, beginning        senes.
Contact:           Roy Holt                            with 1977 data.
                   (602) 542-1928                                                                              Data
                                                       Data                                                    Sources:         Probation/Parole
                                                       Sources:          IBR, Police Departments,Sheriffs'     Date of
                                                                         Departments, UCR
                                                                                                               Completion:      ContinuingActivity
                                                       Date of
I ARKANSAS                                             Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                               Contact:         Steve Galeda
                                                                                                                                (916) 227-3282
                                                       Contact:          RichardThomas
                                                                         (501) 682-2222
Computerized Criminal History
                                                                                                               BCS P r e l i m i n a r y Report: Crime in
A system was developed and implemented that                                                                    Selected California L a w
will enable the State to track an individual from                                                              Enforcement Jurisdictions
the time of arrest through disposition and to
report this information through the Arkansas              CALIFORNIA                                       ]   "The SAC publishes preliminary crime counts
Crime Information Center's statewide computer                                                                   reported by Califomia law enforcement agencies
network to law enforcement, judicial, and correc-                                                               serving populationsof 100,000 or more. Informa-
tions agencies in the State.                           Adult Criminal Justice Statistical                       tion is published semi-annually, the January-
Data                                                   System (ACJSS)                                           June period in August, and the January-Decem-
Sources:           CCH, Courts, Correction                                                                      ber period in February. Each report presents a
                                                       ACJSS describes dispositions that occur at any           two-year comparison.
                   Department, Police Departments,     point in the criminal justice system following the
                   Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,       arrest of an adult. The system provides annual          Data
                   Sheriffs' Departments               data for California's Offender-Based Transac-           Sources:         UCR
Date of                                                tions Statistics (OBTS) system and for an experi-       Date of
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                  mental longitudinal file containing criminal his-       Completion:      ContinuingActivity
                                                       tory information on persons whose first arrest          Contact:         Steve Galeria
Contact:           Larry Cockrell
                                                       occurred on or after January 1, 1973. Data are                           (916) 227-3282
                   (501) 682-2222
                                                       published annually in Crime and Delinquency in
                                                       California and in the Criminal Justice Profile
                                                       series.                                                 Citizens' Complaints Against
C r i m e In A r k a n s a s
                                                       Data                                                    Peace Officers
This annual report presents Uniform Crime              Sources:         CCH
Reporting (UCR) data on statewide, county, and                                                                 This database compiles citizens' complaints
local agency levels; offense and arrest data are       Date of                                                 against California Peace Officers as submitted
presented in yearly summary form. The report           Completion:      ContinuingActivity                     by the various public agencies that employ such
was first published using 1978 data and has            Contact:         Steve Galeria                          personnel. Data elements include type of com-
retained essentially the same format for compari-                       (916) 227-3282                         plaint (criminal-felony, criminal-misdemeanor,
son purposes.                                                                                                  non-criminal), number reported, number


4
                                                                                                                        CALIFORNIA-CAMFORNIA

unfounded, and number sustained. The data are        Domestic Violence.Related Calls                        Data
published annually in Crime and Delinquency          for Assistance                                         Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'
in Califomia.                                                                                                                 Departments,UCR
                                                     As of January 1, 1986, the California Legislature
Data                                                                                                        Date of
                                                     requires statistical reports to be submitted to        Completion:       Continuing Activity
Sources:         Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                     identify the extent of domestic violence in Califor-
                 Departments                                                                                Contact:          Steve Galeria
                                                     nia. Data elements include the number of
Date of                                              domestic violence-related calls for assistance                           (916) 227-3282
Completion:      continuing Activity                 and information on weapon use by type (e.g.,
Contact:         Steve Galeria                       firearms, knives or cutting instruments, other
                                                     dangerous weapons, and personal weapons).              Jail and Camp Populations
                 (916) 227-3282
                                                     The data are published in the annual Crime and         This reporting system collects a one-day Califor-
                                                     Delinquency in California and Criminal Justice         nia jail and camp population total. The data ele-
Crime and Delinquency in                             Profile.                                               ments include jail and camp prisoners sentenced
California (Prior Year)                              Data                                                   or not sentenced, and each element is broken
                                                     Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'         down into adult and juvenile by sex and total.
State statutes require an annual report that                                                                The data are published annually in Crime and
                                                                       Departments
describes crime and delinquency in California.                                                              Delinquency in California and Criminal Justice
The SAC publishes this information for the prior     Date of
                                                     Completion:       Continuing Activity                  Profile.
calendar year.
                                                     Contact:          Steve Galeria                        Data
Data                                                                                                        Sources:          Jail InformationSystems, Sheriffs'
Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections                              (918) 227-3282
                                                                                                                              Departments,Survey
                 Departments,Jail Information
                 Systems, OBTS, Police                                                                      Date of
                 Departments, Probation/Parole,      Full-Time Law Enforcement                              Completion:       Continuing Activity
                 Prosecutors,Sheriffs'               Personnel Survey                                       Contact:          Steve Galeria
                 Departments,Survey, UCR                                                                                      (916) 227-3282
                                                     This one-day survey report is used by both the
Date of                                              California Department of Justice and the FBI to
Completion:      Continuing Activity                 compile annual statewide and national statistics
                                                     on the number of full-time sworn and civilian law
                                                                                                            Monthly Arrest and Citation
Contact:         Steve Galeria
                 (916) 227-3282                      enforcement employees. Data elements include           Register (MACR)
                                                     full-time sworn officers (including chiefs or sher-    The MACR is used by law enforcement agencies
                                                     iffs), full-time civilian employees, and total full-   to report adult and/or juvenile arrest and citation
Criminal Justice Profile Series                      time law enforcement employees. Each data ele-         activity for all crimes. Data elements include sex,
(Prior Year)                                         ment is subdivided by sex and total number of          date of birth, arrest date, level of charge, status,
                                                     employees. The data are published in Crime and         and disposition. The data are published in the
This series of 59 publications supplements the       Delinquency in California and Criminal Justice         annual Crime and Delinquency in California and
annual report on Crime and Delinquency in Cali-      Profile.                                               Criminal Justice Profile and are forwarded to the
fornia. It consists of a statewide publication and                                                          FBI in age, sex, and race format for use in the
one for each county. Information is published for
                                                     Data
                                                     Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'         annual Crime in the United States.
the prior calendar year.
                                                                       Departments,Survey                   Data
Data                                                                                                        Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                 CCH, Jail InformationSystems,
                                                     Date of
Sources:                                                                                                                      Departments
                                                     Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                 OBTS, Police Departments,
                 Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,       Contact:          Steve Gateda                         Date of
                 Sheriffs' Departments,UCR           (916) 227-3282                                         Completion:       Continuing Activity
Date of                                                                                                     Contact:          Steve Galeria
Completion:      Continuing Activity                                                                                          (916) 227-3282
                                                     H a t e Crime in California
Contact:         Steve Gaterla
                 (916) 227-3282                      This annual report provides an overview of bias
                                                     motivated crime in California and includes data        Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)
                                                     on prosecutor actions for "hate" crimes.               The California Department of Justice (DOJ) is
Deaths in Custody                                    Data                                                   the central repository for UCR statistics for all
                                                     Sources:          Police Departments,Prosecutors,      California law enforcement agencies. Data
This database contains information on all per-                                                              include index offenses and the value of property
                                                                       Sheriffs' Departments
sons who died while in the custody of a Califomia                                                           stolen. The data are published in the annual
law enforcement or correctional agency. It           Date of
                                                                                                            Crime and Delinquency in California and Crimi-
includes data on homicides, suicides, accidental     Completion:       Continuing Activity
                                                                                                            nal Justice Profile, and are forwarded to the FBI
deaths, and deaths from natural causes.              Contact:          Steve Galeria                        for use in the annual Crime in the United States.
Data                                                                   (916) 227-3282
                                                                                                            Data
Sources:         Corrections Departments,Police                                                             Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                 Departments,Sheriffs'                                                                                        Departments,UCR
                 Departments                         Homicide in California
                                                                                                            Date of
Date of                                              This annual report provides an overview of homi-                         Continuing Activity
                                                                                                            Completion:
Completion:      Continuing Activity                 cide and its victims, information on persons
                                                     arrested for murder, and a review of the criminal      Contact:          Steve Galeda
Contact:         Steve Galeria                                                                                                (916) 227-3282
                 (916) 227-3282                      justice system's response. There is information
                                                     on the death penalty, the number of peace offi-
                                                     cers killed in the line of duty and the events that
                                                     led to their deaths, and justifiable homicides.




                                                                                                                                                              5
CALIFORNIA-COLORADO

Violent Crimes Committed                                Drug Use Forecasting ( D U F ) - -                   Literacy Evaluation Program
A g a i n s t Senior Citizens                           Adult and Juvenile                                   (LEP)
In accordance with California Senate Concurrent         The Drug Use Forecasting program, funded by          The SAC is working with the Colorado Judicial
Resolution No. 64, California law enforcement           the National Institute of Justice, involves quar-    Branch and the Colorado Department of Educa-
agencies and the State Department of Justice            terly surveys and urinalysis of recently arrested    tion to evaluate the intervention effect of partici-
are "requested" to provide the Califomia legisla-       adults and juveniles. Currently, there are 24        pation in a Denver metro area Literacy Evalua-
ture with statistical information concerning vic-       cities throughout the United States participating    tion Program (LEP). The study follows 448 pro-
tims of violent crimes who are 60 years of age          in the adult DUF program and 12 participating        bationers during a 12-month period following
or older.                                               in the juvenile program. DUF provides the partici-   their completion of the program. The SAC wants
Data                                                    pating cities with timely information about          to know how arrest history and current case
Sources:           Police Departments,Shedffs'          changes in drug use trends, allowing them to         arrest relate to LEP participation; who was
                   Departments                          target their treatment and prevention funds          revoked and who was not; of those not revoked
                                                        more effectively.                                    what proportion remained arrest-free during the
Date of                                                                                                      12-month period; and of those who were
Completion: ContinuingActivity                          Data
                                                        Sources:         Jail InformationSystems,Juvenile    arrested, how serious was the post-LEP arrest
Contact:    Steve Galeria                                                InformationSystem, Sheriffs'        compared to the pre-LEP arrest.
                  (916) 227-3282                                         Departments,Survey                  Data
                                                        Date of                                              Sources:          Probation/Parole
                                                        Completion: ContinuingActivity                       Date of
                                                        Contact:    Chds Webster                             Completion: 10/01/95
    COLORADO                                        I                     (303) 239-4455                     Contact:          Joan Crouch
                                                                                                                               (303) 239-4459

Court D a t a Collection                                Implementing and Monitoring
The SAC collects data from district court felony        Parole Guidelines in Colorado                        M a n a g e m e n t of Special
cases. Data were collected in 1993 and 1994                                                                  Populations: Sex Offenders
                                                        The SAC was legislatively mandated to develop
from a sample of cases filed in 1993 and 1994           and maintain an actuarial risk scale for Colorado    This activity is a three-phase project to determine
in nine judicial districts. These districts represent   inmates. In 1994 the Actuarial Risk Scale was        how the nation's probation and parole agencies
78% of the felony cases filed and 85% of the            validated, a handbook was created to provide         are responding to the increased demand for
State's population.'Data include offender demo-         instruction on the Parole Guidelines Project, the    supervision and management of sex offenders.
graphics, offender needs, juvenile and adult            Parole Guidelines forms were revised, and case       Acquiring and managing community resources
criminal histories, charge and conviction offense       managers across the State were given training.       and obtaining support from the State legislature
information, sentencing and placement informa-          A process was begun to automate the Parole           are often prerequisites for replicating model pro-
tion, and victim information if the conviction          Guidelines and Risk Assessment forms. In 1994        grams. Accumulating both is the purpose of this
offense is violent. Beginning with convicted            the SAC collected data on 3,500 cases. This          project. Project phases are 1)acontentanalysis
cases sentenced in 1989, additional drug                figure is not representative of the actual number    of specified sex offense laws in each State; 2)
offense data have been collected. These data            of parole decisions made in 1994 because data        a survey of a sample of the nation's probation
include, for both charge and conviction, a              collection was suspended from 7/94 through 12/       and parole departments; and 3) a description
description of the offense and the type and quan-       94 due to complications arising from the reloca-     and analysis of model processes for managing
tity of the drug(s). The 1993 and 1994 data col-        tion of the Parole Board offices.                    sex offenders in the community.
lections added a total of approximately 7,000
cases to the court database.                            Data                                                 Data
                                                        Sources:          Probation/Parole,Sheriffs'         Sources:                             Survey
                                                                                                                                  Probation/Parole,
Data                                                                      Departments
Sources:    Courts                                                                                           Date of
                                                        Date of                                              Completion: 03/30/95
Date of                                                 Completion: ContinuingActivity
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                                                               Contact:          Kim English
                                                        Contact:    John Patzman                                               (303) 239-4453
Contact:    Joan Crouch                                                   (303) 239-4497
                   (303) 239-4459
                                                                                                             Prison Population Projections.
                                                        I n m a t e Survey of Substance
DCJ Bulletins                                                                                                In 1986, the SAC was legislatively mandated
                                                        T r e a t m e n t Needs                              to prepare inmate population projections for the
The following bulletins were published by the                                                                Colorado Legislature as well as the Govemor's
                                                        This research describes and compares Colora-
SAC in 1994:1994 Colorado Juvenile Detention/                                                                Office. Projections are based on data from the
                                                        do's current prison population, particularly drug
Commitment Population Projections (April) and                                                                Division of Criminal Justice Court Database, the
                                                        and violent crime offenders, with the 1987 prison
Pointpage on BJA Formula Grant Funds: Youth                                                                  Department of Corrections Management Infor-
                                                        population to assist in 1) assessing the impact
and Drugs (June). Bulletins focusing on a single                                                             mation Database, the State Demographer, and
                                                        of the increased probability of incarceration for
issue will continue to be published periodically                                                             the Judicial Department.
                                                        a drug arrest, and 2) describing the treatment
by the Division of Criminal Justice, Office of Drug
                                                        needs of drug and violent offenders in the gen-      Data
Control and System Improvement.
                                                        eral and boot camp population.                       Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
Data                                                                                                                           Probation/Parole
                                                        Data
Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                        Sources:              Departments
                                                                    Corrections
                   Jail informationSystems,                                                                  Date of
                   OBSCIS, Probation/Parole,            Date of                                              Completion: ContinuingActivity
                   Survey                               Completion: 09/01/96                                 Contact:          Suzanne  Pullen
Date of                                                 Contact:          Kim English                                          (303) 239-4492
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                            (303) 239-4453
Contact:    Joan Crouch
                   (303) 239-4459


6
                                                                                                                                  COLORADO-DELAWARE

R e p o r t on I m p a c t of L e g i s l a t i o n        Parole Guidelines                                      response, community policing, and Weed and
                                                                                                                  Seed evaluation. Also covered are Department
The SAC provides impact analyses to legislators            Recent legislation enacted by the 1995 Connect-        of Corrections population forecasting and moni-
and to special and standing legislative commit-            icut General Assembly requires the Board of            toring, impact analysis of structured sentencing,
tees on criminal justice issues. Included are              Parole to create regulations defining which            the phase-out of Parole Board activities, and the
population projections, prison capacity esti-              inmates must serve 85 percent of their court           impact of legislativeand administrative decisions
mates, system capacity estimates, cost esti-               imposed sentence prior to parole eligibility. The      on corrections populations.
mates, and related study reports.                          SAC will examine the criminal careers of a sam-
                                                           ple of 2000 offenders released from a correc-          Data
Data                                                                                                              Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
Sources:             CCH, Courts, Corrections              tional facility in 1991 in order to determine risk
                                                           prediction factors.                                                       Health-RelatedFacilities,Jail
                     Departments,Jail Information                                                                                    InformationSystems, Juvenile
                     Systems, JuvenileInformation          Data                                                                      InformationSystem, Police
                     System, OBSCIS, Probation/            Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections                                Departments,UCR
                     Parole,Survey,UCR                                       Departments,Probation/Parole
                                                                                                                  Date of
Date of                                                    Date of                                                Completion:        ContinuingActivity
Completion:          ContinuingActivity                    Completion:       06/01/96
                                                                                                                  Contact:           John O'Connell,Jr.
Contact:             Kim English                           Contact:          PatriciaO'Hagan                                         (302) 739-4626
                     (303) 239-4453                                          (860) 418-6355

                                                                                                                  Delaware Department o f
S u b s t a n c e A b u s e N e e d s for t h e            Prison a n d J a i l Overcrowding                      Corrections Incarceration
T r e a t m e n t of A r r e s t e e s ( S A N T A )       This report outlines developments in overcrowd-        Factbook--1995
The SANTA project is a one-time project. The               ing and alternatives to incarceration over one
                                                           year. The study also projects popul3tion growth        The system utilized for this report includes infor-
questionnaire, based on the DSM III Rand, will                                                                    mation on individuals admitted to jail or prison
be administered in conjunction with the Drug Use           and recommends policies to alleviate future
                                                           overcrowding.                                          and their related time sentenced and time
Forecasting (DUF) interview. We will interview                                                                    served. Fields have common names and can be
125 adult males, 125 adult females, 100 juvenile           Data                                                   merged into a master file to track individuals with
males, and 100 juvenile females. The SANTA                 Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,      unique ID numbers. These data also are used
questions will enable us to determine a general                              OBTS, Probation/Parole,              as a source for the jail and prison forecast. Infor-
psychological profile of substance abusers.                                  Prosecutors, UCR                     mation for 1981-1994 has been published as the
Data                                                       Date of                                                Delaware Department o f Corrections Incarcera-
Sources:             Police Departments,Sheriffs'          Completion:       12/01/95                             tion Factbook D 1995.
                     Departments                                                                                  Data
                                                           Contact=          Dolly Reed
Date of                                                                      (860) 418-6376                       Sources:           CorrectionsDepartments,Jail
Completion:          10/01/95                                                                                                        InformationSystems
Contact:             Chris Webster                                                                                Date of
                     (303) 239-4455                        Safe Neighborhoods Program                             Completion:        04/01/96
                                                           Evaluation
                                                                                                                  Contact=           George Sleutz
                                                           The Safe Neighborhoods Program is State-                                  (302) 739-4626
                                                           funded and targets high crime neighborhoods.
I CONNECTICUT                                          J   The four program components are: community
                                                           policing, new community police substations,            D e l a w a r e Drug I n d i c a t o r s
                                                           physical security enhancements, and neighbor-          This report summarizes the history (from 1984
C o o r d i n a t i o n of C o n n e c t i c u t ' s       hood crime prevention activities. The SAC partic-      to 1992) of key criminal justice indicators of the
                                                           ipated in a first year assessment of the first six     illicit drug problem in Delaware, including indica-
Violence Against Women
                                                           program sites which contributed to the expan-
Initiative                                                                                                        tors relating to drug arrests, detention and incar-
                                                           sion of the program. The SAC continues to evalu-       ceration, and the types of drugs examined by
Working with an advisory committee represent-              ate the program with the assistance of a grant
                                                                                                                  the Medical Examiner's Office. The impact of
ing the appropdateState agencies and statewida             from the National Institute of Justice.
                                                                                                                  drugs in Delaware is measured by drug deaths,
victim services coalitions, the SAC continues to           Data                                                   the incidence of drugs in pregnancies, emer-
coordinate the following activities of the STOP            Sources:          Police Departments                   gency room incidents, and the self-reported use
ViolenceAgainst Women Initiative: preparingthe                                                                    of drugs by 11th graders. The availability of
                                                           Date of
application and annual program plan, adminis-                                                                     State-funded adult and juvenile drug abuse treat-
                                                           Completion:       ContinuingActivity
tering the grant program, coordinating imple-                                                                     ment also is reported.
mentation of the components of the program,                Contact:          Doily Reed
developing additional data sources to support                                (860) 418-6376                       Data
the grant activities, and participating in an evalu-
                                                                                                                  Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
ation of the program.                                                                                                                Health-RelatedFacilities,Jail
                                                                                                                                     InformationSystems, Juvenile
Data                                                                                                                                 InformationSystem
Sources:             Courts, FamilyViolenceReporting
                     Program, PoliceDepartments,
                                                              DELAWARE                                        I   Date of
                     Probation/Parole,UCR                                                                         Completion:        02/01/95
Date of                                                    Criminal Justice Quick Reference                       Contact:           John O'Connell,Jr.
Completion:          ContinuingActivity                                                                                              (302) 739-4626
                                                           This is a criminal justice system summary report
Contact:             Dolly Reed                            prepared for the legislature to provide quick ref-
                     (860) 418-6376                        erence information on current issues. Covered
                                                           are changing crime patterns for both adults and
                                                           juveniles, victim information, illicit drug patterns
                                                           in the State and the criminal justice system's


                                                                                                                                                                    7
DELAWARE-FLORIDA

Delaware Juvenile Secure                              Date of                                               Contact:         Sandra R. Manning
Detention, 1992.1995                                  Completion: ContinuingActivity                                         (202) 727-6554
                                                      Contact:    John O'Connell,Jr.
This report provides detailed profiles for types
                                                                        (302) 739-4626
of youth, the cdmes youth commit, the court of                                                              Five.Part F a c t S h e e t s on J u v e n i l e
authodty (i.e., family or adult court), length of                                                           Issues in t h e District of Columbia
detention, and average populations.
                                                      S E N T A C Mission a n d Attitudes,                   This five-part series of studies, presented as
Data                                                  Actions and Needs
Sources:           Juvenile
                          Case Records                                                                     • special reports, is an examination of violent,
                                                      The SAC contributed the system evaluation por-         property, and PUblic order cdme trends of juve-
Date o f                                                                                                     nile offenders in the Distdct of Columbia between
                                                      tion of the annual Criminal Justice Council SEN-
Completion:        03/01/96                                                                                  1990-94. Each is accompanied by policy anal-
                                                      TAC evaluation. This report summarizes the
Contact:           John O'Connell,Jr.                 progress, issues, and recommendations regard-          ysis.
                   (302) 739-4626                     ing structured prison alternatives and the impact     Data
                                                      of Truthin Sentencing(determinate sentencing).        Sources:                   Departments,Police
                                                                                                                             Corrections
                                                      Data                                                                   Departments
J a i l a n d Prison P o p u l a t i o n
                                                      Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections           Date of
Forecast                                                                Departments,Jail Information       Completion: 06/01/96
Jail and prison population projections are calcu-                       Systems, Probation/Parole,UCR      Contact:    Sandra R. Manning
lated using a"components of change" methodol-         Date of                                                                (202) 727-6554
ogy that forecasts by sex and type of cdme.           Completion: ContinuingActivity
Criminal justice officials establish the assump-
                                                      Contact:    Jim Kane
tions for the forecast. In the 1995 forecast, there                                                        T h r e e - P a r t Series on F e m a l e
                                                                        (302) 577-3430
was special emphasis on the transition to Dela-                                                            Offenders in W a s h i n g t o n , DC
ware's Truth in Sentencing law (determinate
sentencing) and "SENTAC", structured alterna-
                                                                                                           1990-1994
                                                      Weed and Seed Project
tive punishments. The populations, admissions,                                                             This series examines female adult and juvenile
and time served are monitored quarterly.              Evaluation                                           offenders in the District of Columbia over a five-
Data                                                  Wilmington, Delaware is one of the original          year period. The reports focus on types of
Sources:           Corrections Departments,Jail       Department of Justice Weed and Seed Program          offenses, crime trends, and policy implications.
                   informationSystems, UCR            sites. Operational research is provided to sup-      Data
Date of                                               port local decision making and program plan-         Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                      ning. As part of this effort, each Weed and Seed                       Jail informationSystems,Juvenile
Completion:        06/01/95
                                                      arrest is tracked through sentencing in the State                      InformationSystem, Police
Contact:           John O'Connell,Jr.                 and Federal criminal justice systems. Non-Weed                         Department
                   (302) 739-4626                     and Seed Wilmington neighborhoods are used
                                                                                                           Date of
                                                      as experimentalcontrol sites to assess the effec-
                                                      tiveness of this project and to identify displace-
                                                                                                           Completion: 10/01/95
Juvenile Incarceration and                            ment of illicit drug activities.                     Contact:    Sandra R. Manning
Alternative Sanction Population                       Data                                                                   (202) 727-6554
Forecast                                              Sources:         Courts, PoliceDepartments,
The Delaware juvenile justice system is review-                        Prosecutors, TreatmentCenters,
ing its sentencing philosophy and process. One                         UCR
focus of analysis and debate has been on the
uses of secure incarceration in relation to a hier-
                                                      Date of
                                                      Completion:      08130/95
                                                                                                               FLORIDA
archical set of alternativesanctions. This juvenile   Contact:         Richard Harris
offender population analysis and forecast shows                        (302) 739-4626                      Academically
the anticipated future population that would be                                                            Speaking...Criminal Justice.
in secure and altemative settings until the year                                                           Related Research by Florida's
2005. Routine population reports are published
on a monthly basis for detention and incarcera-                                                            Doctoral Candidates
tion.                                                 I DISTRICT OF                                        Each year the Florida SAC contacts doctoral
Data
Sources:          Courts, Juvenile Information
                                                        COLUMBIA                                           candidates who have completed dissertations
                                                                                                           on a criminal justice-related topic. These candi-
                  System, IBR, UCR                                                                         dates come from a variety of disciplines ---crimi-
                                                                                                           nology, higher education, history, psychology,
Date of                                               Crime and Justice Report 1994                        architecture, public health, etc. Academically
Completion: 04/01/95                                                                                       Speaking is a compendium of papers based on
                                                      This 1994 annual SAC report provides a statisti-
Contact:    Jorge Roddguez-Labarca                    cal profile of crime in the Distdct of Columbia      the dissertation research of these candidates.
                   (302) 739-4626                     on a neighborhood level. It presents charts and      Date of
                                                      graphs that descdbe the pattems of violent, prop-    Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                      erty, and public order crime in each area over       Contact:    Susan Burton
Legislative Analysis                                  a five- and ten-year period.
                                                                                                                             (904) 487-4808
The SAC assesses major criminal justice bills         Data
as to their potential impact on the State's cdminal   Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
justice system.                                                        Jail InformationSystems,Juvenile    Criminal J u s t i c e Library
Data                                                                   InformationSystem, Police
                                                                       Department                          The library, which contains statistical documents
Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections
                                                                                                           on the Flodda cdminal justice system, is continu-
                  Departments,Juvenile Information    Date of                                              ally maintained and upgraded by the SAC and
                  System, IBR, Prosecutors,UCR        Completion:      09/01/95                            the Flodda Criminal Justice Executive Institute.



8
                                                                                                                                   FLORIDA-HAWAII

Data                                                SAC Notes: A Report on Crime,                           Studies and Reports on Request
Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections           Criminal Justice, a n d Technology                      Studies and reports on crime and arrest data
                 Departments,Jail Information
                                                    SAC Notes is a publication of the Florida SAC.          from Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) and Com-
                 Systems, OBTS, Police
                                                    Each issue focuses on one of five topics: crime         puterized Criminal History (CCH) databases are
                 Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                    data and information, training and certification,       produced on request.
                 Departments,Survey,School
                 Systems, TreatmentCenters,         bibliographies and references, criminal justice         Data
                 UCR                                programs, or technology.                                Sources:        CCH, OBSCIS,UCR
Date of                                             Data                                                    Date of
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                 Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections               Completion:     ContinuingActivity
                                                                     Departments,Health-Related             Contact:        Robert Friedmann,Ph.D.
Contact:         Susan Burton                                        Facilities,JuvenileInformaUon
                 (904) 487-4808                                                                                             (404) 651-3680
                                                                     System, OBTS, Police
                                                                     Departments,Probation/Parole,
                                                                     Prosecutom,Sheriffs'                   Study of C o n v e n i e n c e Store
Florida Statistical Analysis                                         Departments,Survey,School
Center Criminal Justice                                                                                     Violence in Five States
                                                                     Systems, UCR
Databases                                           Date of                                                 The SAC participated in the JRSA multistate
The SAC maintains or has access to various          Completion:       ContinuingActivity                    study of convenience store robberies.
databases to support the criminal justice           Contact:          Susan Burton                          Data
research of the SAC and others in Florida's cdmi-                     (904) 487-4808                        Sources:         CorrectionsDepartments,Police
nal justice community. These data are available                                                                              Departments
to researchers in a vadety of formats.                                                                      Date of
Data                                                Task Force for the R e v i e w of                       Completion:      ContinuingActivity
Sources:         AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections     Criminal Justice and Corrections                        Contact:         Robert Friedmann,Ph.D.
                 Departments,Jail Information       Systems Final Report                                                     (404) 651-3680
                 Systems, JuvenileInformation
                 System, OBTS, Police               In 1993, the Florida legislature created this inde-
                 Departments,Probation/Parole,      pendent task force and charged it to conduct
                                                                                                            UCR Reporting
                 Prosecutors, Sheriffs'             a comprehensive evaluation of criminal/juvenile
                 Departments,Survey,School          justice in the State. The final report summarizes       Monthly tallies from local law enforcement are
                 Systems, UCR                       the work of the task force, and makes recom-            compiled for the Uniform Cdme Reporting (UCR)
                                                    mendations for statutory or regulatory change.          program. Data sets have been developed for
Date of                                                                                                     statewide use of a summary-based UCR pro-
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                 Data
                                                    Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,       gram. Output reports are produced on request,
Contact:         Susan Burton                                         Health-RelatedFacilities,Juvenile     for example, for specific time periods (by year
                 (904) 487-4808                                       InformationSystem, Police             and month), and by type of cdme. These data are
                                                                      Departments,Probation/Parole,         published annually in a report entitled Georgia
                                                                      Prosecutors, Sheriffs'                Criminal Justice Data.
Issues and Commentary for the                                         Departments,SchoolSystems             Data
Criminal Justice Executive                                                                                  Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                    Date of
Monograph Series                                    Completion:       01/30195                                                Probation/Parole,UCR
Issues and Commentaryfor the CriminalJustice        Contact:          Brian Berkowitz                       Date of
Executive provides a theoretical and futuristic                       (904) 644-1441                        Completion:      ContinuingActivity
focus on criminal justice management and lead-                                                              Contact:         Robert Friedmann,Ph.D.
ership issues.                                                                                                               (404) 651-3680
Date of
Completion: ContinuingActivity
Contact:          Susan Burton
                                                    I GEORGIA                                           I
                  (804) 487-4808
                                                    Individual and Contextual
                                                                                                            I HAWAII                                         I
Programs and Research                               Determinants of Prison S e n t e n c e
                                                    Lengths for Violent Offenders in                        Crime in H a w a i i
Monograph Series
                                                    Georgia                                                 This annual report presents a summary of cdme
Programs and Research in Criminal Justice                                                                   in Hawaii.
focuses on exemplary State and local programs       The study provides an overview of the factors
or unique research on a broad range of criminal     affecting prison sentence lengths for violent           Data
justice topics.                                     offenders in Georgia.                                   Sources:         UCR
Data                                                Data                                                    Date of
                 CorrectionsDepartments,Health-     Sources:          Corrections
                                                                                Departments                 Completion:      ContinuingActivity
Sources:
                 RelatedFacilities,Police           Date o f                                                Contact:         Paul Perrone
                 Departments,Probation/Parole,      Completion:       ContinuingActivity                                     (808) 586-1420
                 Prosecutors, Sheriffs'             Contact:          Robert Fdedmann,Ph.D.
                 Departments,Survey,UCR                               (404) 661-3680
Date of
                                                                                                            Crime Research Collaboration
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                                                                         This project obtains feedback from criminal jus-
Contact:         Susan Burton                                                                               tice agencies throughout the State on issues
                 (904) 487-4808                                                                             related to cdme and violence prevention, inter-
                                                                                                            vention, and treatment.



                                                                                                                                                             9
HAWAII-HAWAII

Data                                                assist in improving the criminal and juvenile jus-      Contact:          EileenMadigan
Sources:         Questionnaire                      tice systems. This branch seeks, applies for, and                         (808) 586-1095
Date of                                             administers Federal crime and crime prevention
Completion:      06/01/96                           funding (such as the Edward Byme Memorial
                                                    Formula grant, the Violence Against Women Act           Safety Action Seminar--
Contact:         MichelleKunitake                   grant, and the Victim Assistance and Victim             C o m m u n i t y Mobilization
                 (808) 586-1446                     Compensation grants), administers the State
                                                    Witness-Security Protection program, and                Since 1986, the Crime Prevention Division of the
                                                    obtains and assesses information for the devel-         Department of the Attomey General has spon-
C r i m e Trends Series                             opment of policies to improve the criminal and          sored the Safety Action Seminars (SAS) on both
                                                    juvenile justice systems.                               the county and State level. The seminars utilize
The Crime Trends Series is a quarterly report
                                                                                                            a multi-disciplinary team approach to mobilize
which takes an in-depth lock at crime in Hawaii.    Data                                                    communities to address the problems of sub-
Each report focuses on a particular crime and       Sources:           Local, State, and Federal            stance abuse, violence, and youth gangs in their
summarizes current trends for that crime.                              Agencies                             neighborhoods. The seminars emphasize a pro-
Data                                                Date of                                                 active approach, focusing on primary prevention
Sources=         CCH, Courts, OBTS, Police          Completion:         ContinuingActivity                  methods, as a means of dealing with family and
                 Departments,Survey, UCR                                                                    youth issues.
                                                    Contact:            Paul Perrone
Date of                                                                 (808) 586-1420                      Data
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                                                                         Sources:          Health-RelatedFacilities,Police
Contact:         Paul Perrone                                                                                                 Departments,Prosecutors,School
                 (808) 586-1420                     H a w a i i S t a t e C l e a r i n g h o u s e on                        Systems, TreatmentCenters,
                                                    Missing Children                                                          UCR
                                                    The Clearinghouse accepts and screens calls             Date of
Crime Victimization Survey                                                                                  Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                    from the public and law enforcement agencies
The annual crime victimization survey measures      pertaining to all categories of missing children.       Contact:    Paul Penone
residents' experiences as crime victims, as well    It also assists in the investigation of missing chil-                     (808) 586-1420
as their perceptions of crime and the criminal      dren and their abductors through computer
justice system. The survey involves a random        searches of public records nationwide and com-
sample of residents statewide.                      munication with the National Center for Missing         S e x Offender Registration/
Data                                                and Exploited Children as well as 45 other State        Notification
Sources:    Sunrey                                  clearinghouses. The Clearinghouse also com-
                                                    piles data on missing children cases in Hawaii          The goal of this project is to develop community
Date of                                             (on all categories) and educates the public, law        notification in Hawaii.
Completion= ContinuingActivity                      enforcement, the legal community, and children          Data
Contact:    James Richmond                          about ongoing prevention programs. The Clear-           Sources:    ResearchCollectionon 50 States
                 (808) 586-1445                     inghouse also conducts research and proposes            Date of
                                                    changes in legislation pertaining to missing chil-      Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                    dren.
Education and Training Services                                                                             Contact:    MichelleKunitake
                                                    Data                                                                      (808) 586-1446
Branch                                              Sources:            Police Departments,School
The Education and Training Services Branch                              Systems
provides the community with statewide confer-       Date of                                                 S t a t e Court Processing S t a t i s t i c s
ences and community events focusing on              Completion: ContinuingActivity                          Program (SCPS)
empowering individuals, families, and the com-      Contact:    Anne Ciarkin
munity in order to effectively prevent crime. On-                                                           The Hawaii SAC participated in the BJS-spon-
                                                                        (808) 586-1449                      sored National Pretrial Reporting Program for
going educational training includes statewide
seminars in partnership with State, Federal, and                                                            1995.
private non-profit agencies. This branch is also    J u v e n i l e J u s t i c e Information               Data
responsible for the statewide McGruff campaign                                                              Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections
which includes school curriculum for elementary
                                                    Systems Branch (JJIS)                                                     Departments,OBTS, Police
schools, McGruff school presentations, the          JJIS is involved in implementing the nation's first                       Departments
McGruff Truck program, and McGruff appear-          statewide information system focusing on juve-          Date of
ances at community events where cnme preven-        niles. This computer system will provide informa-       Completion: 04/01/96
tion is a focus.                                    tion for county law enforcement and prosecutors,
                                                    and the State judiciary and correctional facility.      Contact:    MichelleKunltake
Data                                                                                                                          (808) 586-1446
Sources:         CommunityMembers, Educational      This system will provide online access to the
                 Institutions, FederalAgencies,     entire history of a juvenile within the justice sys-
                 Law EnforcementOrganizations,      tem, from initial arrest through rehabilitative pro-
                                                                                                            S t a t e Statistical Analysis C e n t e r
                 Social ServiceOrganizations        grams. Not only will the system include informa-
                                                    tion on offenders, but also on missing and              Clearinghouse
Date of                                             abducted children. The system will provide infor-
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                                                                         The Hawaii SAC Clearinghouse is the pdmary
                                                    mation for Hawaii to deal pro-actively with crimi-      source of criminal justice information in the State.
Contact:         Valerie Mariano                    nal problems at the juvenile level, before these        In addition to the UCR Program and its related
                 (808) 586-1444                     problems grow into serious adult cdminal activi-        publications, the SAC maintains the crime pre-
                                                    ties.                                                   vention division's criminal justice library. The
                                                    Data                                                    division also produces, airs, and makes accessi-
Grants end Planning Branch                                                                                  ble public service announcements and feature
                                                    Sources:                      Departments,Police
                                                                        Corrections
The Grants and Planning Branch maintains infor-                         Departments,Prosecutors             length videos that focus on crime prevention. In
mation on Federal and State financial and non-      Date of                                                 addition, the division conducts conferences and
financial resources that may be available to        Completion:         ContinuingActivity


10
                                                                                                                                            HAWAII-ILLINOIS

workshops and brings the McGruff program to           system so that allocations of funding may be             Data
the community.                                        maximized to the public's benefit.                       Sources:            AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections
Data                                                  Data                                                                         Departments,Jail Information
Sources:       CCH, Courts, Corrections               Sources:          Courts, Jail InformationSystems,                           Systems, Police Depa~rnents,
               Departments,OBTS, Police                                 JuvenileInformationSystem,                                 Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
               Departments,Survey,School                                Police Departments,Probation/                              Departments,Survey
               Systems, UCR                                             Parole, Prosecutom,Sheriffs'           Date of
Date of                                                                 Departments,SchoolSystems,             Completion: ContinuingActivity
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                          TreatmentCenters,UCR                   Contact:    Mark Myrent
Contact:    Paul Perrone                              Date of                                                                      (312) 793-8550
                  (808) 586-1420                      Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                      Contact:    Robert Uhlenkott
                                                                        (208) 884-7044                         Area.Wide Law Enforcement
                                                                                                               Radio T e r m i n a l S y s t e m

I IDAHO                                               Idaho Task Force Report
                                                                                                               This system provides mobile (in-car) data termi-
                                                                                                               nal capabilities on a subscription basis to law
                                                      This report is an evaluation of Drug Task Force          enforcement agencies in northeastern Illinois.
                                                      efforts in Idaho.                                        Message switching to national, State, and local
Criminal J u s t i c e R e f e r e n c e                                                                       databases is supported as is on-line status infor-
Library/Clearinghouse                                 Data
                                                                                                               mation, network message switching, and voice-
                                                      Sources:                    Departments,Survey,
                                                                        Corrections
                                                                                                               less dispatching of calls for police services.
The SAC maintains a criminal justice reference                          UCR
library that contains Federal and State publica-                                                               Data
tions as well as articles and publications from       Date of                                                  Sources:            Police Departments
non-government sources. A computerized listing        Completion: 09/30/96
                                                                                                               Date of
of the library's holdings, which includes a brief     Contact:          Robed Uhlenkott
                                                                                                               Completion:         ContinuingActivity
description of each publication or article, is pro-                     (208) 884-7044
vided quarterly.                                                                                               Contact:            Stephan Tapke
                                                                                                                                   (312) 793-8550
Data
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                      Idaho Youth Report
                  Health-RelatedFacilities,Jail       This activity involves an in-depth look at pro-          A s s e s s m e n t of D i s p r o p o r t i o n a t e
                  InformationSystems,Juvenile         grams in Idaho that target the prevention of
                                                                                                               Minority C o n f i n e m e n t in Illinois
                  InformationSystem, IBR, Police      juvenile delinquency. This report will include a
                  Departments,Probation/Parole,       comprehensive evaluation of programs funded              The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Author-
                  Prosecutors, Sheriffs'              by the Edward Byrne Memorial Grants. This                ity was contrectecl by the Illinois Department of
                  Departments,Survey,School           research endeavor has specifically focused on            Children and Family Services, Juvenile Justice
                  Systems, TreatmentCenters,          juvenile programs which were designed to be              Commission to conduct research concerning
                  UCR                                 diversions to juvenile delinquency.                      disproportionate confinement of minorities in 26
Date of                                               Data                                                     Illinois counties. This effort includes document-
Completion: 12/30196                                  Sources:          Department Corrections,
                                                                                   of                          ing whether minority juveniles are disproportion-
                                                                        Survey, UCR                            ately detained or confined in secure detention
Contact:    Robert Uhlenkott                                                                                   and correctional facilities, and attempting to
                  (208) 884-7044                      D a t e of                                               identify and explain differences in diversion and
                                                      Completion: 08/30/96                                     adjudication rates, court dispositions other than
                                                      Contact:          Robert Uhlenkott                       incarceration, length of time in secure detention,
D i s t a n c e Learning Evaluation                                     (208) 8S4-7044                         and transfers to adult court.
A comprehensive analysis of on-line versus                                                                     Data
classroom approaches to training, showed that                                                                  Sources:            Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
on-line computer training improved inspections                                                                                     Juvenile InformationSystem,
in the form of violation detection by 133%. The
sample consisted of over 75 officers from over           ILLINOIS                                          I                       Police Departments,Probation/
                                                                                                                                   Parole, UCR
15 different states across the Nation. The on-
line training allows inspectors to be trained on                                                               Date of
real time, rather than the removed classroom          Ad Hoc C o m m i t t e e on Disposition                  Completion: 09/01/95
approach.                                             Reporting                                                Contact:    Andrea Kushner
                                                                                                                                   (312) 793-8550
Date of                                               The Ad Hoc Committee was formed to develop
Completion:       12/02/95                            immediate, coordinated, and effective solutions
Contact:          Robert Uhlenkott                    to problems with the State's criminal history            C o m m i s s i o n on E l e c t r o n i c
                  (208) 884-7044                      record information (CHRI), especially the prob-
                                                      lem of arrest records lacking final court disposi-       Commerce and Crime
                                                      tions. Staff are supporting this mission by provid-      The SAC director is a member of the Illinois
E c o n o m i c I m p a c t and C o s t s of          ing analysis of problems relating to both the            Commission on Electronic Commerce and
Crime                                                 reporting of CHRI by local agencies and the use          Crime. The Commission is studying the issue
                                                      of rap sheet information from the State central          of security on the Internet and drafting State
This activity involves an evaluation of all compo-    repository. Specific tasks include interviews with       legislation enabling the use of digital signature
nents of the criminal justice system in Idaho. An     CHRI repositors and users, analysis of support-          technology in Illinois. Relying on electronic cryp-
Input/Output analysis of the funding and costs        ing legislation and operational procedures, and          tography, digital signature technology ensures
of crime will be documented, and also formulated      assessments of the cost-effectiveness of alter-          the authenticity of "papedess" documents and
to use a "systems analysis" approach to evalu-        native procedures and technologies. Five strate-         transactions. The technology protects against
ate the systemic nature of the cdminal justice        gies have been implemented using Byme funds              electronic forgeries and deceptive practices and
arena. This form of analysis allows for the identi-   to address the identified problem.
fication and evaluation of leverage points in the


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 provides reliable validationof documents in com-       probation caseloads, prison sentences imposed,        Data
 puter form. The legislation will establish the legal   and admissions to selected service agencies.          Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
 infrastructure necessary to implement secure           Data                                                                    Jail InformationSystems, Police
 electronic commerce and record keeping for             Sources:           Police Departments,Prosecutors,                      Departments,Probation/Parole,
 business and government entities.                                         Courts, Corrections,Probation,                       Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
Date of                                                                    Public Health                                        Departments,Survey
Completion:        04/01/97                             Date of                                               Date of
Contact:           Roger Przybylski                     Completion:       08/01/96                            Completion: ContinuingActivity
                   (312) 793-8550                       Contact:           David Olson                        Contact:    DavidOlson
                                                                           (312) 793-8550                                       (312) 793-8550
 The Compiler
The Authority publishes The Compiler, a quar-           Criminal H i s t o r y R e c o r d                    Criminal J u s t i c e Information
terly newsletter that covers both the work of the       Information Improvement                               Requests
Authority and issues related to criminal justice        Program                                               The SAC serves as a clearinghouse of data,
in Illinois. Approximately36,000 copies are circu-                                                            statistics, reports, referrals, and general informa-
lated annually.                                         The SAC works with the Federal and State
                                                        Grants Unit staff to implement ADAA-funded            tion related to the criminal and juvenile justice
Data                                                    CHRI improvement strategies, including audit-         systems, particularly in Illinois, for criminal jus-
Sources:           CCH, Courts, Corrections             ing, county work groups, CHRI reference docu-         tice administrators, agencies, and the public.
                   Departments,Jail Information         ments, livescan technology, and electronic data       Staff handle approximately 100 requests for
                   Systems, Police Departments,         transfer between court clerks and ISP. The SAC        information and statistics per month. The SAC
                   Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,        also staffs the Cook County CHRI Work Group           also provides technical assistance in the inter-
                   Sheriffs' Departments,Survey,        to document existing systems within the county        pretation and utilization of criminal justice data
                   UCR                                  and develop a model for a new system to               and maintains a reference library. Staff devel-
Date of                                                 address all information access needs. In addi-        oped an information system for tracking all infor-
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                   tion, the SAC provides staff support to the Ad        mation requests.
Contact:           Dan Dighton                          Hoc Committee on Dispositional Reporting in           Data
                   (312) 793-8550                       the assessment of CHRI reporting and usage            Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                        issues; supports and facilitates data sharing                           Jail InformationSystems,Juvenile
                                                        among Cook County criminal justice agencies;                            InformationSystem,Police
C o r r e c t i o n a l Institution                     coordinates the illinois telefax network; and                           Departments, Probation/Parole,
Management Information System                           responds to outside inquiries pertaining to crimi-                      UCR
                                                        nal justice and citizen access to CHRI.               Date of
(CIMIS)
                                                        Date of                                               Completion: ContinuingActivity
CIMiS is one of several information systems             Completion:       ContinuingActivity
developed and implemented by the Authority.
                                                                                                              Contact:    Jeff Travis
The system is designed for State and local cor-         Contact:          Mark Myrent                                           (312) 793-8550
rectional agencies and provides solutions to a                            (312) 793-8550
variety of information problems. System features
                                                                                                              Criminal J u s t i c e S y s t e m D a t a
include: management reports, information
searches, property logs, housing records, medi-         Criminal H i s t o r y R e c o r d s Audit            Infrastructure
cal information, movement histories, release            The project audits include system overview,           The SAC maintains a number of data sets, both
records, bond/discharge information, court infor-       record timeliness, record completeness and            PC- and mainframe-based, for research pur-
mation, inmate scheduling, an inquiry facility,         accuracy, and agency policies and procedures.         poses as well as to respond to requests for infor-
arrest reporting to the State criminal history          Data                                                  mation. Some of the more general data main-
repository, and mug shot interface.                     Sources:          AFIS, CCH, Corrections              tained include: uniform crime reporting data,
Data                                                                      Departments,Jail Information        court filing and prosecution, probation case-
Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections                                Systems, OBTS, Police               loads, jail populations, prison sentences and
                  Departments,Jail Information                            Departments,Prosecutors,            admissions, justice expenditures, and data
                  Systems, Police Departments,                            Sheriffs' Departments,UCR           which measure the extent and nature of drug
                  Sheriffs' Departments                                                                       offenses and drug enforcement activity.
                                                        Date of
Date of                                                 Completion:       ContinuingActivity                  Data
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                                                                          Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                        Contact:          Len Wojciechowicz
Contact:          Andrew Krok                                                                                                   Health-RelatedFacilities,Jail
                                                                          (312) 793-8550
                  (312) 793-8550                                                                                                InformationSystems,Police
                                                                                                                                Departments,Probation/Parole,
                                                                                                                                School Systems,Treatment
                                                        Criminal J u s t i c e F i n a n c i n g in
County Criminal Justice System                                                                                                  Centers, UCR
                                                        Illinois
Profiles                                                                                                      Date of
                                                        Authority staff collect, compile, and maintain        Completion: ContinuingActivity
The SAC is developing county-level profiles of          financial information for Illinois' justice system,   Contact:    DavidOlson
the criminal justice system for each of Illinois'       including annual information beginning in 1970                          (312) 793-8550
 102 counties. The profiles, initially produced in      on expenditures, employment, sources of funds,
 199;$, are distributed to criminal justice policy      and activity levels by level of govemment (local,
makers and State legislators to provide them a          county, State) and specific function (law enforce-
source of information on trends in crime and
                                                                                                              Domestic Violence Research
                                                        ment, courts, corrections). Staff use the data set
justice system activity specific to their jurisdic-     to analyze the relationship between activity lev-     Under e grant from the National Institute of Jus-
tion. The profiles report on offenses and arrests,      els and resource levels, to respond to numerous       tice, the SAC has undertaken a two-year study
court filings and dispositions, jail populations,       requests from Illinois agencies and policy mak-       of domestic violence in Chicago. The study
                                                        ers, and conduct cost-benefit analyses.               seeks to identify factors associated with life-
                                                                                                              threatening injury or death by linking a sample

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of battered women to a sample of women and             Early Warning S y s t e m for S t r e e t             Governor's C o m m i s s i o n on G a n g s
men killed in intimate violence. The project will      Gang V i o l e n c e                                  The Illinois SAC provides staff support the Gov-
develop high-risk intimate violence profiles for
                                                       The Early Waming System for Gang Violence             emor's Commission on Gangs. The Commission
each group with statistically established relative
                                                       (EWS) was a collaborative project between the         is charged with developing gang prevention and
risk factors for a lethal outcome. Abused women
                                                       Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority and   intervention recommendations for the Governor
will be sampled from populations of emergency
                                                       the Chicago Police Department (CPD), which            and Legislature. Public hearings and panels of
room patients and health clinic patients and
                                                       sought to identity geographical areas that are at     expert testimony have been held to help docu-
tracked by prospective interviews over a year.
                                                       high risk for violent street gang-related cdmes.      ment the extent and nature of the problem and
The lethal sample will be tracked retrospectively
                                                       The EWS assembled data from the CPD and               identify promising strategies for addressing it.
through proxy interviews. The design will permit
                                                       the community, organized it into an automated         The SAC has been asked to conduct research
analysis of the interactive effects of events,
                                                       database called the GeoArchive, and utilized          and provide analytical support in two areas. First,
changing circumstances, and interventions on a
                                                       computer-assisted methods (the Spatial and            a statewide survey of law enforcement agencies
lethal or life-threatening outcome, including stalk-
                                                       Temporal Analysis of Crime package---STAC)            has been undertaken to obtain detailed informa-
ing, harassment, and controlling behavior;
                                                       to summarize the data and find Hot Spot Areas         tion on gang problems at the local level. Second,
attempts to leave the relationship; arrest and
                                                       for use in crime analysis and local decision mak-     a detailed analysis of lethal (1965-1994) and
other interventions; and other circumstances
                                                       ing. The GeoArchive is organized and docu-            non-lethal (1987-1994) gang incidents in Chi-
such as pregnancy and gun availability.                                                                      cago is being conducted to better understand
                                                       mented to serve as a prototype for other police
Data                                                   departments throughout the nation.                    patterns and trends in gang crime activity.
Sources:          Police Departments,Proselcutors,
                                                                                                             Data
                  Health Facilities                    Data
                                                       Sources:          Police Departments,School           Sources:          Police Departments
Date of                                                                  Systems                             Date of
Completion: 08/01/98                                                                                         Completion:       10/01/96
                                                       Date of
Contact:    CarolynBlock                               Completion: 02/01/96                                  Contact:          Roger Pr'zybylski
                  (312) 793.8550
                                                       Contact:    CarolynBlock                                                (312) 793-8550
                                                                         (312) 793.8550
Drug Information and Analysis                                                                                Homicide Research
(DIA)
                                                       Federal and S t a t e A s s i s t a n c e             In order to identity and implement effective strat-
With the assistance of Federal funds, this project     Programs                                              egies for combining lethal violence, we must
focuses exclusively on drug-related data collec-                                                             have an accurate understanding of the problem.
tion and research. The project allows for the          The Federal and State Grants Unit oversees
                                                       State and Federal assistance programs adminis-        Homicide research conducted by the Illinois
proactive development, collection, analysis, and                                                             Criminal Justice Information Authority is
dissemination of aggregate statistical informa-        tersd by the Authority, including the Federal Vic-
                                                       tims of Crime Act, the State and Local Law            designed to address this issue. By conducting
tion on the extent and nature of the drug problem                                                            basic and applied homicide research, the SAC
and the justice system's response to it.               Enforcement Assistance Act, the Anti-Drug
                                                       Abuse Act of 1988, the Violence Against Women         hopes to enhance its theoretical understanding
Data                                                   Act, the Local Law Enforcement Block Grant,           of lethal violence and build a practical foundation
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,      and the Illinois' Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention      for saving lives. Through the Criminal Justice
                  Heath-RelatedFacilities,                                                                   Archive, the Illinois SAC maintains and dissemi-
                                                       Act.
                  Probation/Parole,Treatment                                                                 nates a 27-year (1965-92) data set of over
                  Centers, UCR                         Date of                                               20,000 homicide cases in Chicago. The Homi-
                                                       Completion: ContinuingActivity                        cide Data Set includes consistently defined drug-
Date of
Completion: ContinuingActivity                         Contact:    Candice Kane                              and gang-relateddata for all years. The Authority
                                                                         (312) 793-8550                      continues to handle numerous requests from
Contact:    David Olson                                                                                      legislators, city and national researchers, and
                  (312) 793-8550                                                                             policy makers for analysis of this data set. In
                                                       Gang V i o l e n c e Mapping and                      addition, the Illinois SAC has developed the Vic-
                                                       Research                                              tim Level Murder (VLM) file which corrects a
Drug a n d Violent C r i m e Control                                                                         basic problem in Supplementary Homicide
S t r a t e g y I m p a c t Program                    Building upon its prior work on the spatial analy-    Report data. The VLM for Illinois is available
                                                       sis of gang cdme, the SAC is currently using          through 1992 and additional years will be added
The SAC is responsible for a multifaceted evalu-       STAC and the GeoArchive to support gang vio-
ation initiativeaimed at assessing the implemen-                                                             as they become available. SAC staff have pub-
                                                       lence reduction programming in Illinois. The SAC      lished numerous reports, journal articles, and a
tation and impact of drug control and system           assembles data from law enforcement and other
improvement programs in Illinois. Multiple evalu-                                                            book based on analyses of these data, and more
                                                       sources and conduct a variety of spatial analyses     work is in progress. With the support of a grant
ation projects supported with Federal funds are        for program development and evaluation pur-
carded out intramurally or through subcontracts                                                              from the Joyce Foundation, the SAC has also
                                                       poses. The current emphasis is support for the        studied the relationship between firearm homi-
with outside organizations. The SAC identifies         expansion of Byrne funded gang violence reduc-
the specific programs to be evaluated; develops                                                              cides and firearm availability at the neighbor-
                                                       tion programming in Chicago. Mapping and              hood level and by specific types of firearms. The
and issues requests for proposals for the evalua-      research support is designed to identify target
tion research; oversees the proposal submission                                                              project will collect data on firearm availability
                                                       neighborhoodsand establish baseline measures          from a variety of law enforcement and public
and peer review processes; negotiates subcon-
                                                       for evaluation.                                       health sources, then link the data with the Chi-
tracts; and monitors research progress.
                                                       Data                                                  cago Homicide Data set, and use both resources
Date of                                                Sources:    Police Departments                        in concert to describe and explain the escalation
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                                                               of homicide levels in Chicago neighborhoods.
                                                       Date of
Contact:    DavidOlson                                 Completion: ContinulngActivity                        Data
                  (312) 793-8550
                                                       Contact:    Ayad Jacob                                Sources:    Police Departments,UCR
                                                                         (312) 793-8550                      Date of
                                                                                                             Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                             Contact:    Carolyn Block
                                                                                                                               (312) 793-8550


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Intramural Evaluations                                 law enforcement and the community. The Illinois       Illinois. The project is intended to produce statis-
                                                       SAC has developed both the GeoArchive data-           tically-based estimates concerning crime and
As part of the Authority's Drug Strategy Impact        base of community and law enforcement data            arrests for the State and various regions.
Program the Illinois SAC conducts a number of          and the Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Crime
program evaluations intramurally. Projects cur-                                                              Data
                                                       package (STAC) to analyze crime problems in           Sources:    Police Departments
rently underway include an evaluation of special-      Chicago. The STAC program uses the GeoAr-
ized DUI services for probationers; an evaluation      chive data to identify the most dense areas or        Date of
of treatment and supervision programs for sex          "Hot Spot Areas" (described by a standard devi-       Completion: 10/01/96
offenders under the jurisdiction of the Illinois       ational ellipse). The package also provides other     Contact:    Mark Myrent
Department of Corrections; and an evaluation of        geographic searches and statistics. Requests                            (312) 793-8550
a specialized Drug Court for juveniles in Cook         for STAC continue to increase with the improved
County.                                                availability of computer mapping packages and
Date of                                                access to Census TIGER files. Users now               On Good Authority
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                  include over 100 agencies across the nation.          The Authority publishes bdef reports on special
Contact:           David Olson                         Data                                                  topics of interest to criminal justice decision mak-
                   (312) 793-8550                      Sources=           Police Departments                 ers in Illinois on an ongoing basis. These "execu-
                                                       Date of                                               tive briefing papers" present background infor-
                                                       Completion:       ContinuingActivity                  mation on some of the critical issues and trends
Juvenile Justice Legislative                                                                                 facing the criminal justice system. Topics cov-
Committee                                              Contact:          Daniel Higgins
                                                                                                             ered have included asset seizure and forfeiture,
                                                                         (312) 793-8550
                                                                                                             firearms and crime, juvenile crime, and interme-
In early 1995 the illinois Legislature created the
                                                                                                             diate sanctions.
Legislative Committee on Juvenile Justice, a
multi-disciplinary body of juvenile justice policy     M o d e l I n t e m e t Applications                  Data
makers and experts, and charged it with review-                                                              Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                       The emergence of the Intemet has given us the                           JuvenileInformationSystem,
ing Illinois' Juvenile Justice statutes and prac-
                                                       power to share information like never before,                           Police Departments,Probation/
tices and recommending legislative and policy
                                                       profoundly changing the way the world does                              Parole, Prosecutors,UCR
changes. The Illinois Criminal Justice Informa-
                                                       business. A variety of public agencies are taking
tion Authority was named as staff to the commit-                                                             Date of
                                                       part in this information revolution, including many
tee. In that role, the SAC provides a variety of                                                             Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                       from the cdminal justice community. Still, few
data collection and analysis, as well as other                                                               Contact:    Roger Przybylsld
                                                       State and local criminal justice agencies are
research support.
                                                       active participants, and the manner in which they                       (312) 793-8550
Data                                                   will use the Internet in the future is not well
Sources:           Corrections Departments,Police      defined. With support from a grant from the
                   Departments, Probation/Parole,      Bureau of Justice Assistance, the Illinois SAC        Police Information M a n a g e m e n t
                   Prosecutors, UCR                    has undertaken an initiative to help State and        S y s t e m (PIMS}
Date of                                                local criminal justice agencies harness the
                                                       Intemet. Together with the University of Illinois,    The PIMS is an automated information system
Completion:        05/01196
                                                                                                             designed to provide accurate and useful informa-
                                                       Office of Intemational Criminal Justice, the Illi-
Contact:           Andrea Kushner                                                                            tion to investigators, managers, and other deci-
                                                       nois SAC is working directly with local law
                   (312) 793-8550                                                                            sion. makers in small to medium-size police
                                                       enforcement and the Illinois Attorney General's
                                                       office to develop model Internet applications for     departments. The system maintains data on
                                                       use in the criminal justice community. A survey       arrestees and calls for service and provides
Juvenile Justice Project                                                                                     automatic reporting for Uniform Crime Reporting
                                                       of criminal justice agencies in Illinois on their
The Juvenile Justice Commission of the Depart-         current and planned Intemet access and use has        (UCR), access to State and national criminal
ment of Children and Family Services has pro-          also been completed. The project will produce an      justice data systems, and on-line data searches.
vided the SAC with a grant to collect and analyze      on-line handbook that State and local agencies        Computerized mapping, crime analysis, and
juvenile justice data for use in their application     can use to establish and maintain a viable pres-      interface with mobile data terminals also are sup-
to the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juve-     ence on the Internet. Electronic publication,         ported. Developed and operated by the Illin0is
nile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. This          menu-driven access to statistical information         Criminal Justice Information Authority, PIMS
analysis provides an in-depth examination of           and data sets, public access to time sensitive        constitutes a significant enhancement of police
numerous criminal justice and social service indi-     information on a real-time basis, and on-line         analytical and tactical tools and could facilitate
cators of juvenile crime in various regions of lift-   administrative and operational activities are         more strategic deployment of police resources.
nois.                                                  among the issues being explored.                      Data
Data                                                   Date of                                               Sources."   Police Departments
Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,     Completion= 12/01/96                                  Date of
                   Children and FamilyServices,        Contact=    Roger Przybylski                          Completion: ContinuingActivity
                   Police Departments,Probation/                         (312) 793-8550                      Contact:    Stephan Tapke
                   Parole, UCR                                                                                                 (312) 793-8550
Date of
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                  Offense and Am)st Data
Contact:           Roger Przybylski                    Collection                                            R e s e a r c h Support
                   (312) 793-8550                      Changes in the reporting of UCR data in Illinois      In response to requests from local, State, and
                                                       have resulted in offense and arrest information       national criminal justice agencies and research-
                                                       that is limited to summary statistics for Index       ers, the Illinois SAC provides expert advice o n
M e t h o d s for G e o g r a p h i c C r i m e        crime and a few other specific offense types,         statistical and research methods. The SAC
Analysis                                               severely limiting the capacity for crime data anal-   reviews the design of a proposed research proj-
                                                       ysis. As a result, the SAC has undertaken a           ect and advises on the appropriate methodology
When computer-aided mapping of neighborhood
                                                       primary data collection initiative to obtain more     for the designated problem.
and crime data is combined with spatial analyti-
cal methods, it can become a powerful means            detailed offense and arrest data from a represen-     Date of
to understanding the crime problems faced by           tative sample of law enforcement agencies in          Completion: ContinuingActivity


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Contact:           Roger Przybylsld                     Data                                                   Data
                   (312) 793-8550                       Sources:          Police Departments, Prosecutors,     Sources:            Police Departments, Prosecutors,
                                                                          Courts, Corrections,Probation,                           Sheriffs' Departments, Survey
                                                                          Public Health, Childrenand           Date of
Statistical M e t h o d s for T i m e                                     Family Services                      Completion: continuing Activity
Series Analysis and Projections                         Date of                                                Contact:    Steve Meagher
For more than ten years, the Illinois Criminal          Completion: 02/01/97                                                       (317) 232-1233
Justice Information Authority has conducted             Contact:    Roger Przybylski
research on practical issues in time series analy-                        (312) 793-8550
sis and forecasting in criminal justice. The                                                                   D e v e l o p m e n t of I n c i d e n t - B a s e d
Authority has published numerous reports,                                                                      Reporting (IBR) in I n d i a n a
including How to Handle Seasonal#y: Introduc-           Truth in S e n t e n c i n g C o m m i s s i o n
tion to the Detection and Analysis of Seasonal                                                                 In 1989 the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute
                                                        The SAC provides staff support to the Illinois         received a grant to implement an incident-based
Fluctuation in Criminal Justice Time Series, Is
                                                        Truth in Sentencing Commission. The Commis-            crime reporting system in the State. A policy
Crime Seasonal~ Guide to Pattern Description
                                                        sion has been charged with developing and mon-         advisory board was formed to provide advice
of Time Series, and Is Crime Predictable? The
                                                        itoring legislation facilitating the implementation    and guidance to the Institute. Special commit-
SAC developed Time Sedes Pattern Description
                                                        of truth in sentencing laws; reviewing and             tees also were formed to determine the data
(TSPAD), a software package used in criminal
                                                        addressing rulemaking and fiscal provisions            elements to be included in the IBR system, to
justice agencies across the country as a tool for
                                                        affecting Federal funding that might assist the        develop software for managing and reporting
exploring time series data and communicating
                                                        State in implementing truth in sentencing; and         IBR data, and to organize IBR training for law
the results to a general audience. Staff handle         studying the possibility of changing sentences
frequent requests for help, give advice on time                                                                enforcement and other reporting agencies. The
                                                        to more accurately reflect time spent in prison        IBR project is now in the implementation phase
series and forecasting issues, and teach courses        while preserving the system's ability to function
and workshops.                                                                                                 in 33 police agencies.
                                                        fairly and equitably. The SAC provides the Com-
Data                                                                                                           Data
                                                        mission with information and analytical                Sources:            Police Departments, Sheriffs'
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,       resources on an ongoing basis.
                  Health-Related Facilities,Jail                                                                                   Departments
                                                        Data
                  Information Systems, Police                                                                  Date of
                                                        Sources:           Corrections                         Completion: ContinuingActivity
                  Departments, Probation/Parole,
                  Prosecutors, Shsdffs'                 Date of
                                                                                                               Contact:    Kevin Sifferlen
                  Departments, Survey,UCR               Completion: 06/01/97
                                                                                                                                   (317) 232-1233
Date of                                                 Contact:    David Olson
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                            (312) 793-8550
Contact:    Carolyn Block                                                                                      Evaluations of P r o j e c t s F u n d e d
                   (312) 793-8550                                                                              under t h e Federal Anti-Drug
                                                                                                               Abuse P r o g r a m

STAC N e w s
                                                        I INDIANA                                          I   Indiana uses Federal Anti-Drug Abuse Act funds
                                                                                                               to support apprehension, crime lab enhance-
The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Author-                                                              ment, rehabilitation and treatment, and other
ity publishes a newsletter conceming its spatial        Analysis of Drug S c r e e n i n g in                  projects throughout its criminal justice system.
and temporal analysis of crime software twice           Indiana C o m m u n i t y C o r r e c t i o n s        The Criminal Justice Institute (ICJI) has coordi-
yearly. The newsletter deals with the develop-          Sites                                                  nated formal evaluations of three of these proj-
ment and applications of STAC and spatial anal-                                                                ects: 1) two multijurisdicUonal drug task forces
ysis. It features articles written by law enforce-      In cooperation with the Indiana Department of          with different organizational and management
ment agencies using STAC across the country.            Correction, a study of drug analysis of clientele      structures, 2) an intensive supervision probation
                                                        served in 32 community corrections sites is            project for nonviolent drug offenders, and 3) a
Data                                                    underway. The Department of Correction has
Sources:          Police Departments                                                                           computer-assisted substance abuse identifica-
                                                        been conducting comprehensive drug testing in          tion and treatment project being implemented in
Date of                                                 these sites since March 1993 and the analysis          the Department of Corrections. A report on the
Completion: C0ntinuIngActivity                          examines testing outcomes, sanctions imposed,          drug task force evaluation is available.
Contact:    Daniel Higgins                              and staff actions in light of programmatic and
                                                        demographic characteristics.                           Data
                   (312) 793-8550                                                                              Sources:            Courts, Corrections Departments,
                                                        Data                                                                       Police Departments, Probation/
                                                        Sources:                     of
                                                                         Department Correction                                     Parole, Prosecutors, Shedffs'
Trends a n d Issues in Criminal a n d                   Date of                                                                    Departments
Juvenile J u s t i c e                                  Completion: 12/31/96                                   Date of
The SAC is developing its fifth Trends andlssues        Contact:    Steve Meagher                              Completion: ContinuingActivity
(T&I) publication. Trends and Issues is a com-                            (317) 232-1233                       Contact:    Steve Meagher
prehensive statistical portrait of crime and the                                                                                   (317) 232-1233
justice system in Illinois. This "state of the State"
report is devoted specifically to criminal and juve-    A s s e s s m e n t of Drug Control
nile justice and their components. The report           Initiatives                                            Indiana C o m p r e h e n s i v e Criminal
describes the organization and procedures of                                                                   History P r o j e c t
each component, patterns and trends in crime            Indiana continues to collect and analyze data to
and justice system transactions, and key issues         understand more fully the drug problems in the         Indiana entered the second stage of its revision
in the justice system, including emerging techno-       State and to develop strategies for dealing with       of the comprehensive criminal history project in
logies. Although the Trends and Issues series           those problems. Quarterly data for 1986-1991           1995. Stage I consisted of an audit of present
began in 1989, the 1997 report will be the first        are available for crime labs, and quarterly opera-     system structure and performance. During Stage
published in five years.                                tions data are available for 1988 to the present       II, staff will design the hardware configuration,
                                                        for Indiana's multijurisdictional drug task forces.    develop necessary software specifications, and


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INDIANA-IOWA

identify management issues that will permit            M i n o r i t y R e p r e s e n t a t i o n in t h e   R e v i e w of I n d i a n a DARE
implementation of the system in Stage II1.             Indiana Juvenile Justice System                        Programs
Data
                                                      This project is a two-stage research project            This project involves review of Drug Abuse
Sources:          CCH
                                                      undertaken to assist in planning for OJJDP fund-        Resistance Education (DARE) programs operat-
Date of                                               ing and ICJI Juvenile Justice Programming.              ing in Indiana. Following a general review of
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                  Phase I examines the extent to which minority/          DARE programs on a national basis, this
Contact:          Kevin Sifferlen                     ethnic juveniles may be disproportionately              research will focus on the implementation and
                  (317) 232-1233                      arrested and/or involved in criminal acts. Phase        operation of programs within Indiana. Program
                                                      II examines the manner in which minority/ethnic         scope and effectiveness will be examined.
                                                      juveniles are processed in the courts and correc-       Data
Indiana Crime Victim Survey                           tional setting. The research is a statewide analy-      Sources:          Police Departments,School
                                                      sis using counties as the units of analysis.                              Systems
indiana has initiated a twice-yearly survey of the
public to determine the extent of criminal victim-     Data                                                   Date of
ization. The project entails a random sample of        Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,     Completion:       ContinuingActivity
1,200 residents/households who will be sur-                               Juvenile InformationSystem,
                                                                          Police Departments,Probation/       Contact:          Steve Meagher
veyed at six-month increments. The project will                                                                                 (317) 232-1233
examine criminal victimization, reporting tenden-                         Parole, Prosecutors,School
cies of the public, and criminal justice-related                          Systems, UCR
issues.                                                 Date of
Data                                                    Completion:        10/01/95
Sources:          Survey                              . Contact:           Steve Meagher                         IOWA
Date of                                                                    (317)232-1233
Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                              Batterer's Education Program
Contact:          Steve Meagher                        Operation Pull Over A c t i v i t y                    Evaluation
                  (317) 232-1233
                                                       Assessment                                             All persons convicted of domestic assault in Iowa
                                                       The Research Division of the Criminal Justice          must go through an education program created
Indiana Police Patrol Officer Task                     Institute provides database management and             by the State two years ago. Activities conducted
Analysis                                               analytic support for Operation Pull Over. The          in 1994 were the first step of a multi-year effort
                                                       project, funded by the National Highway Traffic        to evaluate the program and were largely
At the request of the Indiana Law Enforcement          Safety Administration and administered by the          devoted to a description and assessment of the
Training Board, a task analysis for the position                                                              justice system's procedures and interactions
                                                       Governor's Council on Impaired and Dangerous
of police patrol officer is being conducted. The       Driving, targets local communities in an effort to     affecting the education program contractors.
project entails the development of an inventory        decrease the incidence of impaired driving and         Models of system processing will be identified,
of tasks performed by patrol officers throughout                                                              and an in-depth assessment of selected sites'
                                                       increase safety belt usage. The program
the State, assessment of frequency with which          employs two basic strategies, increased traffic        activities will be conducted. Future activities are
officers perform these tasks, and analysis of the                                                             planned to include the developmentand monitor-
                                                       law enforcement and public education and
consequences of inadequate task performance.           awareness.                                             ing of outcome measures.
The project will assist the Law Enforcement
Training Board in updating and validating basic        Data                                                   Data
police training.                                       Sources:            Police Departments,Sheriffs'       Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                                           Departments                                          Police Departments,Probation/
Data                                                                                                                            Parole,Prosecutors,Survey,
Sources:          Survey                               Date of
                                                                                                                                TreatmentCenters
                                                       Completion:         ContinuingActivity
Date of                                                                                                       Date of
Completion:       12/31/96                             Contact:            Steve Meagher
                                                                                                              Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                                                                           (317) 232-1233
Contact:          (317) 232-1233                                                                              Contact:          Terry Hudik
                                                                                                                                (515) 242-5018
                                                       Police Patrol Officer Task
Juvenile Crime Analysis
                                                       Analysis
As a follow-up to the completed research on                                                                   College Campus Sexual Abuse
minority representation in the Indiana juvenile        As requested by the Indiana Law Enforcement            Policies and Statistics
justice system, this project entails a more broadly    Training Board, a task analysis is being con-
                                                       ducted statewide. Revealing both the frequency         The Iowa SAC has been statutorily designated
scoped analysis of juvenile crime and the pro-                                                                as a central repository for a variety of policies
cessing of juvenile offenders.                         and critical nature of police officer task perfor-
                                                       mance, the analysis will assist in curriculum          and statistics from Iowa's institutions of higher
Data                                                   development and validation.                            education. All such institutions are to develop
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                                                             and submit written policies relating to sexual
                  Juvenile lnformationSy~em,           Data
                                                                                                              abuse. In addition, they must send the SAC cop-
                  Police Departments,Shedffs'          Sources:            Police Departments,Survey
                                                                                                              ies of all reports and crime data required by the
                  Departments, UCR                     Date of                                                Federal Student-Right-To-Know and Campus
Date of                                                Completion:         12/01/96                           Securily Act, P.L. 101-542.
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                   Contact:            Steve Meagher                      Date of
Contact:          Steve Meagher                                            (317) 232-1233                     Completion:       Continuing Activity
                  (317) 232-1233                                                                              Contact:                   Key,
                                                                                                                                Clarence Jr.
                                                                                                                                (515) 242-5836




16
                                                                                                                                                IOWA.IOWA

C o m p u t e r i z e d Criminal History              Disproportionate I n c a r c e r a t i o n            Data
(CCH) R e c o r d s Audit and                         R a t e of Minority Y o u t h in S e c u r e          Sources=           Courts, JuvenileInformation
                                                                                                                               System, Survey, SchoolSystems,
Technical Assistance                                  Facilities                                                               TreatmentCenters
The purpose of this project, which is being con-      This project collected race-specific data from a      Date of
ducted in cooperation with the Iowa Department        variety of sources to determine minodty over-         Completion:        12/31/95
of Public Safety, is to assess and improve the        representation in delinquency proceedings and
                                                      placement in shelter care, detention, the State       Contact:           David Huff
completeness and accuracy of Iowa's CCH files,
                                                      juvenile home, State training schools, and men-                          (515) 242-5019
with particular attention given to the system's
ability to identify felony offenders. The Iowa        tal health facilities. A series of town meetings
Department of Corrections and the State court         were held, and the Iowa SAC is working with a
                                                                                                            Monitoring t h e S e c u r e
also are involved with Public Safety and efforts      number of local service projects and State agen-
to improve its CCH through a multiagency              cies to develop model programs, system moni-          Confinement of J u v e n i l e s
assessment of policies and procedures and             toring protocols, and training initiatives that can   On an ongoing basis, data are collected from all
interfacing of various automated data systems.        be replicated in Iowa and across the nation.          jails, lock-ups, and other facilities used to
Data                                                  Data                                                  securely detain/confine juveniles. Information
Sources:          CCH, Courts, PoliceDepartments,     Sources:          Courts, Jail InformationSystems,    collected and verified through on-site visits
                  Prosecutors, Sheriffs'                                JuvenileInformationSystem,          describes length of stay, reason for hold, and
                  Departments                                           TreatmentCenters                    juvenile-specific demographic data.
Date of                                               Date of                                               Data
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Completion:       ContinuingActivity                  Sources:           Courts, PoliceDepartments,
                                                                                                                               Sheriffs' Departments,Treatment
Contact:    Richard Moore                             Contact:          Richard Moore
                                                                                                                               Centers
                  (515) 242-5816                                        (515) 242-5816
                                                                                                            Date of
                                                                                                            Completion: ContinuingActivity
Correctional Policy P r o j e c t - -                 I o w a S A N T A Project                             Contact:    Dave Kuker
Sentencing                                            The Iowa SAC, in cooperationwith the Iowa Divi-                          (515) 281-8078
Under the direction of the Criminal and Juvenile      sion of Substance Abuse and Health Promotion,
Justice Planning Advisory Council, the Iowa SAC       is conducting this study in three Iowa communi-
                                                      ties to assess the substance abuse treatment          Prison P o p u l a t i o n A n a l y s i s
is conducting various analyses to help prepare
the State for potentially extensive changes in        needs of adult and juvenile arrestees. The study,     On a routine basis, the Iowa SAC analyzes the
Iowa's sentencing laws and practices. The             which is supported by the Center for Substance        demographics and criminal histories of the
SAC's studies are used by the Council to develop      Abuse Treatment, is modeled after NIJ's DUF           prison population, in part to suggest changes in
recommendations for changes in correctional           studies and is one component of a family of           sentencing pattems and parole practices. Begin-
policy. An Intermediate Criminal Sanctions Task       studies to help Iowa improve its delivery of sub-     ning in 1991, activities in this area have included
Force was established by the Iowa General             stance abuse treatment services.                      correctional population forecasting and the
Assembly at the recommendation of the Council.        Date of                                               development of short- and long-range prison
Recommendations from this task force currently        Completion:       ContinuingActivity                  crowding solutions.
are being implemented in two local jurisdictions      Contact:          Richard Moore                       Data
and have led to a number of legislative changes                         (515) 242-5816                      Sources:           CCH, Courts, Corrections
and calls for further studies.                                                                                                 Departments,Probation/Parole
Data                                                                                                        Date of
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,     Juvenile Crime Prevention                             Completion:         ContinuingActivity
                  Probation/Parole                    Program                                               Contact:            Lettie Prell
Date of                                               This activity involves administration, monitoring,                        (515) 242-5837
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        and evaluation of Iowa's Juvenile Crime Preven-
Contact:    ClarenceKey, Jr.                          tion Community Grant Fund. The project
                  (515) 242-5836                      involves approximately 24 Iowa communities            S e n t e n c i n g P a t t e r n s in I o w a
                                                      implementing a variety of crime prevention initia-    Data submitted monthly to the SAC by 99 Clerks
                                                      tives with State and local funding.                   of the Court cover sentences and dispositions
Criminal and J u v e n i l e J u s t i c e            Date of                                               for serious and aggravated misdemeanors and
Planning Advisory Council                             Completion:       ContinuingActivity                  all felonies.
Support                                               Contact:          Lori Rinehart                       Data
Ongoing policy analysis and issue-specific                              (515) 281-3995                      Sources:    Courts
research are conducted to assist this statutory                                                             Date of
council in carrying out its planning and data coor-                                                         Completion: ContinuingActivity
dination activities.                                  J u v e n i l e J u s t i c e Evaluation
                                                      C a p a c i t y Building                              Contact:    Laura Reader
Date of                                                                                                                         (515) 242-5042
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        This evaluation research is being conducted
Contact:    Richard Moore                             through a cooperative agreement with the
                  (515) 242-5816                      National Institute of Justice. State juvenile court   Substance Abuse Prevention and
                                                      officers, working with the SAC, are developing        T r e a t m e n t a n d Drug Control
                                                      court intake procedures to determine a juvenile       Research Project
                                                      risk assessment score to facilitate case planning
                                                      and to use in ongoing monitoring and evaluation       For this project, the Iowa SAC assists in the
                                                      models. Three sites will be examined to assess        collection, maintenance, and reporting of state-
                                                      their program services as provided in conjunc-        wide, multiagency data identified as key indica-
                                                      tion with other court interventions.                  tors of the effectiveness of the State's drug con-
                                                                                                            trol strategy. The SAC is working 1) to develop


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IOWA-KANSAS

databases, methodologies, and report formats          Data                                                 financing strategies, availabilityof mental health
that facilitate the collection, maintenance,          Sources:          AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections     services, and case loads of social workers.
description, and analysis of those indicators, and                      Departments,Jail Information       Data
2) wi~ the Iowa Govemor's Alliance on Sub-                              Systems, IBR, Police               Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
stance Abuse and the Iowa Department of Public                          Departments,Probation/Parole,                       Jail InformationSystems,Juvenile
Health to ensure that the resulting analytical                          Prosecutors, Sheriffs'                              InformationSystem, IBR, Police
reports are relevant to community and statewide                         Departments                                         Departments,Probation/Parole,
planning needs.                                       Date of                                                               Prosecutom,Sheriffs'
Data                                                  Completion:       ContinuingActivity                                  Departments,Survey,School
Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                                                                            Systems, TreatmentCenters
                                                      Contact:          Henry Bremenkamp,III
                 Health-RelatedFacilities,Juvenile                      (913) 296-0923                     Date of
                 InformationSystem, IBR,                                                                   Completion: 06/01/95
                 Probation/Parole,Survey, School
                                                                                                           Contact:    Henry Bremenkamp,III
                 Systems, TreatmentCenters,           An Evaluation of Project DARE:                                        (913) 296-0923
                 UCR                                  Indications of Effectiveness
Date of
                                                      The purpose of this activity is to evaluate the
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                                                                       K a n s a s Drug Program (BJA B l o c k
                                                      effectiveness of Federally-funded Drug Abuse
Contact:          Richard Moore                       Resistance Education (DARE) programs state-          Grant)
                  (515) 242-5816                      wide.                                                The SAC works with the Governor's Drug Pro-
                                                      Data                                                 gram and the State Reporting and Evaluation
                                                      Sources:    Survey                                   Program (coordinated by the Justice Rasearch
                                                      Date of                                              and Statistics Association for BJA) to provide
I KANSAS                                          I   Completion: ContinuingActivity                       evaluations of State programs.
                                                                                                           Date o f
                                                      Contact:    Henry Bromenkamp,III
                                                                        (913) 296-0923                     Completion: ContinuingActivity
Crime in K a n s a s                                                                                       Contact:    Henry Bremenkamp,fit
Crime data are analyzed for the State and pre-                                                                               (913) 296-0923
santed in an annual report.                           J u s t i c e System Resource
Data                                                  Directory
                                                                                                           K a n s a s I n c i d e n t - B a s e d Reporting
Sources:          IBR, Police Departments,Sheriffs'   The Directory is published every two years and
                  Departments, UCR                                                                         S y s t e m (KIBRS)
                                                      lists all criminal justice agencies in Kansas and
Date of                                               their phone numbers and addresses.                   The Kansas Incident-Based Reporting System
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                  Data                                                 (KIBRS) is the system by which the Kansas
                                                      Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,    Bureau of Investigation (KBI) collects relevant
Contact:          Henry Bremenkamp,III
                                                                        Health-RelatedFacilities,Jail      information on the occurrence and composition
                  (913) 296-0923
                                                                        InformationSystems, iBR, Police    of crime in the State of Kansas. KIBRS consists
                                                                        Departments,Probation/Parole,      of files containing information on incidents, vic-
Crimes C o m m i t t e d With Firearms                                  Prosecutors, Sheriffs'             tims, suspects, property and clearances.
in K a n s a s                                                          Departments,Survey,School          Data
                                                                        Systems, TreatmentCenters          Sources:          JuvenileInformationSystem, IBR,
The purpose of this report is to provide valuable                                                                            Police Departments,Sheriffs'
statistics and information to the public, criminal    Date of
                                                      Completion:       ContinuingActivity                                   Departments
justice practitioners, and policy makers about
                                                      Contact:          Henry Bremenkamp,III               Date of
the crimes committed with firearms in Kansas.
                                                                        (913) 296-0923                     Completion: ContinuingActivity
Data
                                                                                                           Contact:    Henry Bremenkamp,III
Sources:          UCR                                                                                                        (913) 296-0923
Date of                                               J u v e n i l e J u s t i c e Information
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                  System
Contact:          Henry Bremenkamp,III                                                                     Kansas Law Enforcement
                  (913) 296-0923                      The SAC extracts data from the State Juvenile        Intelligence Network (KsLEIN)
                                                      Justice Information System for annual reports,
                                                      special projects, and Juvenile Justice and Delin-    The Kansas Law Enforcement Intelligence Net-
                                                      quency Prevention monitoring.                        work is a database of intelligence information
D e v e l o p m e n t of U n i f o r m Criminal
                                                      Data                                                 available to law enforcement officers. The sys-
Justice Database                                                                                           tem conforms strictly to 28 Code of Federal Reg-
                                                      Sources:    JuvenileInformationSystem
The Council will define and analyze issues and                                                             ulations on the design and use of intelligence
processes in the criminal justice system as well      Date of                                              information. Each submission must meet the cri-
as identify alternative solutions and make recom-     Completion: ContinuingActivity                       teria of reasonable suspicion of criminal activity
mendations for improvement. The Council will          Contact:    Henry Bremenkamp,III                     impacting Kansas. Inquiries to the database
oversee development and management of a                                 (913) 296-0923                     must meet right to know/need to know criteria.
criminal justice database with information pro-                                                            KsLEIN also provides intelligence training
vided by all criminal justice agencies and the                                                             schools for law enforcement officers to imple-
Department of Social and Rehabilitative Ser-          J u v e n i l e J u s t i c e T a s k Force          ment and manage department intelligence sys-
vices.                                                                                                     tems.
                                                      The Council's Juvenile Justice Task Force will
                                                      study and develop policies and recommenda-           Data
                                                      tions regarding the juvenile system, including       Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                      issues of jurisdiction, placement, intake, assess-                     Departments
                                                      ment practices, dispositional alternatives,          Date of
                                                                                                           Completion: ContinuingActivity


18
                                                                                                                                 KANSAS-KENTUCKY

Contact:           Henry Bremenkamp,III                 Contact:          Henry Bremenkamp,III               county and distdct attorneys, court service offi-
                   (913) 296-0923                                         (913) 296-0923                     cers, law enforcement officials, and other crimi-
                                                                                                             nal justice groups. The Commission will develop
                                                                                                             an implementation manual for training purposes.
Kansas Probation System                                 Missing Persons Clearinghouse                        Data
This information system was developed for the           The Missing Persons Clearinghouse networks           Sources:          Courts
Office of Judicial Administration to provide man-       with other State missing persons clearing-           Date of
agement data on individuals assigned to proba-          houses. Through contact with the public and law      Completion: ContinuingActivity
tion by the State district courts.                      enforcement agencies throughout Kansas and
                                                                                                             Contact:          Henry Bremenka.mp,III
Data                                                    other States, the clearinghouse attempts to
                                                                                                                               (913) 296-0923
Sources:           Courts, Probation/Parole             ensure every effort is made to locate missing per-
                                                        sons.
Date of
Completion: ContinuingActivity                          Data                                                 Statewide Marijuana Eradication
                                                        Sources:         Police Departments                  Program
Contact:           Henry Bremenkamp,III
                   (913) 296-0923                       Date of
                                                                                                             The Kansas Bureau of Investigation serves as
                                                        Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                             the coordinating agency for the statewide mari-
                                                        Contact:         Henry Bremenkamp,III                juana eradication program. Aside from field oper-
Kansas Sentencing Commission                                             (913) 296-0923                      ations, the KBI also compiles all statistical data
Annual Report                                                                                                related to the program. An annual report is pub-
This report will show the activities of the Kansas                                                           lished to summarize program accomplishments.
                                                        OJP Grant Coordination
Sentencing Commission, sentences reported in                                                                 Data
SFY 1995, sentences imposed under the sen-              The Council will oversee reporting of all Federal    Sources:          Kansas  Bureauof Identification
tencing guidelines, mandatory sentences, and            criminal justice funding available to the State or   Date of
sentencing trends.                                      local units of govemment, and will administer        Completion: ContinuingActivity
Data                                                    the Bureau of Justice Assistance grants.
                                                                                                             Contact:          Henry Bremenkamp,III
Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,      Data                                                                   (913) 296-0923
                   Jail InformationSystems              Sources:           AFIS, CCH, UCR
Date of                                                 Date of
Completion: ContinuingActivity                          Completion: ContinuingActivity                       Violence Against Women
Contact:           Henry Bremenkamp,III                 Contact:           Henry Bremenkamp,III              This research was conducted to show the trend
                   (913) 296-0923                                          (913) 296-0923                    in violence against women in Kansas and will
                                                                                                             document race and other demographic charac-
                                                                                                             teristics of the victims of violence against
Kansas Sex Offender Registration                        Perpetrators and Victims of                          women. This research also will look at data by
Study                                                   Violent Crime in Kansas                              county, circumstances of the offense, and type
                                                                                                             of weapons used.
This database contains the names and locations          This research will provide comprehensive statis-
of convicted sex offenders. Information is avail-       tics and information about victims and psrpetra-     Data
able to the public, but the local sheriff is the main   tom of violent crimes in the State of Kansas. The    Sources:         UCR
contact. Offender mug shots and fingerprints            data and other information that will be incorpo-     Date of
also are maintained with the database.                  rated in this research should help raise public      Completion: ContinuingActivity
Data                                                    awareness about the perpetrators and victims
                                                                                                             Contact:         Henry Bremenkamp,III
                                                        of crime in Kansas.
Sources=           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                                                                            (913) 296-0923
                   Sheriffs' Departments                Data
Date of                                                 Sources:          UCR
Completion: ContinuingActivity                          Date of
Contact:           Henry Bremenkamp,III
                                                        Completion:      ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                             I KENTUCKY                                          I,
                  (913) 296-0923                        Contact:         Henry Bremenkamp,III
                                                                         (913) 296-0923
                                                                                                             Criminal Justice Information
Local Government Advisory Group                                                                              Clearinghouse
                                                        Sentencing Guidelines:
The Council will appoint a standing local govern-
ment advisory group to advise the Council con-
                                                        Monitoring, Assessment, Training,                    The Clearinghouse contains local, State, and
                                                        and Recommendations                                  Federal research and statistical data reports on
cerning local criminal justice issues and the                                                                a wide variety of criminal justice topics. The doc-
impact of State criminal justice policy on local        The Sentencing Commission will advise and            uments are filed according to subject matter.
units of govemment. The advisory group will con-        consult with the Secretary of Corrections and
sist of a sheriff, chief of police, county or distdct                                                        Data
                                                        members of the Legislature to develop a mecha-
attomey, city governing body, and county corn-          nism to link sentencing guidelines practices with
                                                                                                             Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections
missioner.                                                                                                                     Departments,Jail Information
                                                        correctional resources and policies, including the
                                                                                                                               Systems, JuvenileInformation
Data                                                    capacities of local and State correctional facili-
                                                        ties. The Commission will prepare and submit                           System, OBSCIS, OBTS, Police
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                                                                              Departments,Probation/Parole,
                  Jail InformationSystems,Juvenile      fiscal impact and correctional resource state-
                                                                                                                               Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
                  InformationSystem, IBR, Police        ments to the Legislature. The Commission will
                                                        analyze problems in criminal justice, identify                         Departments,Survey,UCR
                  Departments,Probation/Parole,
                  Prosecutors, Sheriffs'                solutions, and make recommendations for              Date of
                  Departments,Survey                    improvements in criminal law, prosecution, com-      Completion: ContinuingActivity
Date of                                                 munity and correctional placement programs,          Contact:          Malea Meredith
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                    and release procedures. The Commission also                            (502) 564-7600
                                                        will assist in the process of training judges,


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KENTUCKY-LOUISIANA

D U I J u r y Trial N o t e b o o k                       Contact:         Linda Green                        Criminal J u s t i c e Information
                                                                           (504) 925-4429                     Clearinghouse
This project provides prosecutors throughout
Kentucky with a resource manual on the presen-                                                                The SAC maintains a library of criminal justice
tation of misdemeanor and felony DUI cases                C o r r e c t i o n a l Simulation/Policy           statistical research as well as substantive infor-
before a jury.                                            Impact Project                                      mation for dissemination to State and local crimi-
Data                                                                                                          nal justice agencies. Additionally, the SAC pre-
Sources:           Courts, Jail InformationSystems,       A comprehensivecorrectional system simulation       pares special research programs and issue
                   Police Departments,Probation/          model (State and parish prisons, probation, and     packages on request, and provides technical
                   Parole, Prosecutors                    parole) was developed and went on-line January      assistance and training in the collection, analy-
                                                          1, 1986. The purpose of this project is to attach   sis, and use of statistical information. The SAC
Date of                                                   policy impact statements to all proposed policy     also publishes a newsletter.
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                     and statutory changes relative to operational
                                                                                                              Data
Contact:           Melea Meredith                         costs, program changes, numbers of inmates
                                                                                                              Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections
                   (502) 564-7600                         affected, and construction. These impact state-
                                                                                                                               Departments,Jail.Information
                                                          ments are presented to legislators and policy
                                                                                                                               Systems, JuvenileInformation
                                                          makers as they consider relevant changes.
                                                                                                                               System, OBTS, Police
                                                          Data                                                                 Departments, Probation/Parole,
I LOUISIANA                                           I   Sources:         CCH, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                                           Jail InformationSystems,
                                                                                                                               Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
                                                                                                                               Departments,Survey,UCR
                                                                           OBSCIS, Probation/Parole
                                                                                                              Date of
Child A d v o c a c y C l e a r i n g h o u s e           Date of                                             Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                          Completion:      ContinuingActivity
The Clearinghouse will collect data on sex                                                                    Contact:    Linda Green
offenders who victimize children and conduct              Contact:         Linda Green                                         (504) 925-4429
research relative to the effectiveness of various                          (504) 925-4429
intervention and treatment strategies. The Clear-
inghouse also will examine the impact of both                                                                 Directory of Automated Law
the crime and the criminal justice process on             Correctional System Status                          Enforcement Systems
the child victim as well as assist units of local         Report
                                                                                                              The Directory was compiled initially for fiscal
government and private, non-profit organiza-              The Correctional System Status Report               year 1990 and has since been published in alter-
tions in the development, operation, monitoring,           provides decision makers with key indicators of    nate years. This resource contains descriptions
and evaluation of various types of •child advo-           correctional system performance. The report is      of the hardware, software, and communications
cacy programs.                                            published monthly and includes a standardized       capabilities associated with each system as well
Data                                                      set of key indicators as well as a section that     as the tasks performed and their impact on local
Sources:           CCH, CorrectionsDepartments,           highlights a specific aspect of the correctional    agency operations.
                   Health-RelatedFacilities,Survey,       system.
                                                                                                              Data
                   Treatment Centers                      Data                                                Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'
D a t e of                                                Sources:         CorrectionsDepartments,OBTS,                         Departments
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                                      Probation/Parole,Sheriffs'
                                                                           Departments
                                                                                                              Date of
Contact:           Cynthia Spooner                                                                            Completion: ContinuingActivity
                   (504) 925-4440                         Date of
                                                                                                              Contact:    Bill McCarthy
                                                          Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                                                (504) 925-4440
                                                          Contact:    Linda Green
Computer-Based Forecasting                                                 (504) 925-4429
Policy Simulation Model                                                                                       Felony S e n t e n c e T r a c k i n g S y s t e m
To support the SAC's extensive policy analysis                                                                This system is being developed to monitor the
responsibilities, the agency has obtained or              Criminal History I m p r o v e m e n t
                                                          Program                                             implementationof Louisiana's sentencing guide-
developed several forecasting and simulation                                                                  lines system. Data from the system will be used
technologies. The technologies currently in               The SAC, in cooperation with the Bureau of Iden-    in support of the SAC's policy analysis, justice
place include: (1) Correctional System Simula-            tification (State police) and the Supreme Court,    system simulation modeling, and legislativesup-
tion Model (mainframe--Monte Carlo discrete               is developingan integrated approach to the prob-    port functions.
event); (2) Structured Sentencing Simulation              lem of criminal history reporting. This project
(PC--Monte Carlo); (3) JUSSUM II (main-                                                                       Data
                                                          involves the redesign of the State CCH system,      Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
frame--linear branching); (4) IMPACT (PC--                the procurement of a new statewide AFIS, and
aggregate); (5) Community Corrections Plan-                                                                                   • Probation/Parole,Prosecutors
                                                          the linkage of LIBRS and the State court informa-
ning Model (PC); and (6) Corrections Compo-               tion system to the State CCH. This design will      Date of
nents of Change Model. A juvenile corrections             ultimately result in a CCH system which meets       Completion: ContinuingActivity
Monte Carlo discrete event model currently is             or exceeds Federal requirements, and which          Contact:    Linda Green
under development.                                        provides informational linkages for both State                        (504) 925-4429
Data                                                      and local corrections which did not previously
Sources:           CCH, Courts, Corrections               exist.
                   Departments, Health-Related            Date of                                             Forensic Risk A s s e s s m e n t Model
                   Facilities,Jail Information            Completion: ContinuingActivity                      The SAC is working with the staff of the East
                   Systems, Juvenile Information                                                              Louisiana State Hospital Forensics Unit to
                   System, OBTS, Police                   Contact:    Linda Green
                                                                           (504) 925-4429                     develop an instrument to assist in release deci-
                   Departments, Probation/Parole,                                                             sion making. The proposed model would blend
                   Prosecutors, Shedffs'                                                                      with clinical case assessments which combine
                   Departments, Survey, UCR                                                                   both "objective" and "subjective" elements.
Date of
Completion:        ContinuingActivity


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                                                                                                                            LOUISIANA.LOUISIANA

Data                                                  research-based) to support bootcamp imple-             and infrastructure necessary for statewide imple-
Sources:           Corrections Departments, Health-   mentation; 3) assisting local jurisdictions in iden-   mentation, and to document the utility of the sys-
                   Related Facilities,Juvenile        tifying and securing funding sources; 4) evaluat-      tem for local-, State-, and Federal-level policy-
                   Information System                 ing and monitoring bootcamps; and 5) develop-          makers. Initial plans call for interfacing the IBR
Date of                                               ing and evaluating a model of local juvenile           system with the SAC's various policy simulation
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        bootcamp pilot programs at one or more sites.          models to improve the reliability and validity of
                                                      Data                                                   the policy impact statements currently utilized by
Contact:    Linda Green                                                                                      the Governor and the legislature in considering
                   (504) 925-4429                     Sources:    JuvenileInformationSystem, IBR
                                                                                                             changes to criminal justice law and policy.
                                                      Date of
                                                      Completion: ContinuingActivity                         Data
Governor's Criminal J u s t i c e                                                                            Sources:    IBR, UCR
                                                      Contact:    CynthiaSpooner
Policy T a s k Force                                                    (504) 925-4440                       Date of
                                                                                                             Completion: ContinuingActivity
The SAC serves as staff to the Governor's Crimi-
                                                                                                             Contact:    Rachel Christ
nal Justice Policy Task Force and provides
empirical research on specific aspects of crimi-      Juvenile Justice D a t a Book                                            (504) 925-4440
nal justice system performance; evaluation of         The program that produces the Data Book ana-
pilot programs under consideration for statewide      lyzes data on the handling of juvenile offenders,      Louisiana S e n t e n c i n g
implementation; and analysis of proposed              including offender characteristics, court pro-
changes to criminal justice law or policy.            cesses, treatment programs (types and charac-          Commission
Data                                                  teristics), and placement patterns. This refer-        This activity provides empirical research and
Sources:           CCH, Courts, Corrections           ence work is used for JJDP planning, making            analysis in support of the Sentencing Commis-
                   Departments, Jail Information      revisions to the Code of Juvenile Procedure, and       sion. The focus of the effort is to provide policy-
                   Systems, Juvenile Information      making legislative and policy recommendations.         makers with a clear understanding of how the
                   System, OBTS, Police               Data                                                   State criminal justice system processes and sen-
                   Departments, Probation/Parole,     Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,      tences felony offenders. This information is then
                   Sheriffs' Departments, Survey,                       Jail InformationSystems, Juvenile    used to determine what needs to be changed,
                   UCR                                                  Information System, OBTS, Police     how it needs to be changed, and what effect a
Date of                                                                 Departments, Sheriffs'               proposed change will have on the entire system.
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                          Departments, Survey, UCR             Data
Contact:    Linda Green                               Date of                                                Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections
                   (504) 925-4429                     Completion: ContinuingActivity                                           Departments, Jail Information
                                                                                                                               Systems, Juvenile Information
                                                      Contact:    Alyce Lappin                                                 System, OBTS, Probation/Parole,
                                                                        (504) 925-4440                                         Prosecutors, Survey
J J D P C o m p l i a n c e Monitoring
                                                                                                             Date of
Data are analyzed from three independent,                                                                    Completion: ContinuingActivity
cross-validating sources to monitor the State's       Local Criminal J u s t i c e
compliance with the separation, jail removal, and     Information S y s t e m s Program                      Contact:    Linda Green
deinstitutionalization mandates of the Juvenile                                                                                (504) 925-4429
                                                      The SAC provides technical assistance to local
Justice and Delinquency Prevention (JJDP) Act.        criminal justice departments in the areas of infor-
This information, coupled with annual on-site         mation systems requirements studies, feasibility
inspections and interviews, is used to prepare                                                               Louisiana S t a t u t e Digest
                                                      studies, bid specifications and review, imple-
the compliance reports required by the Office of      mentation, and ongoing systems planning. Addi-         The Digest includes all criminal and traffic laws
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.          tionally, training is provided through major State     and procedures for use by line field personnel
The information is further analyzed, and policy       organizations (Sheriffs' Association, District         (police and probation/parole officers) and in-
recommendations are made to local officials on        Attorneys' Association, chiefs of police). Finally,    training field personnel. This resource is updated
how the State may better meet the requirements        the SAC staff operate a software clearinghouse         annually to reflect pertinent legislative changes.
of the JJDP Act.                                      for local justice agencies and serve on informa-       Date of
Data                                                  tion systems committees for the Sheriffs' and          Completion: ContinuingActivity
Sources:           Corrections Departments, Jail      District Attorneys' Associations.
                   Information Systems, Juvenile
                                                                                                             Contact:    Unda Green
                                                      Data                                                                     (504) 925-4429
                   Information System, Survey         Sources:          Courts, Police Departments,
Date of                                                                 Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                          Departments,Survey                   Parish Jail I n f o r m a t i o n S y s t e m
Contact:    Alyce Lappin                              Date of                                                This program collects summary data (head count
                   (504) 925-4440                     Completion: ContinuingActivity                         by offenders received and released) and
                                                      Contact:    Rachel Christ                              Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (OBTS)
                                                                        (504) 925-4440                       data from every parish prison in Louisiana. The
Juvenile B o o t c a m p Information                                                                         data are analyzed and published quarterly and
C l e a r i n g h o u s e and E v a l u a t i o n                                                            are used to (1) monitor compliance with Federal
Program                                               Louisiana I n c i d e n t - B a s e d Uniform          consent decrees relative to prison conditions,
This program is statistically charged with: 1)        Crime Reporting (UCR) S y s t e m                      (2) plan the expansion/renovation of local prison
developing guidelines for the development and                                                                facilities, (3) manage the State inmate prison
                                                      In November 1989 the SAC began work on the
operation of local juvenile bootcamps; 2) devel-                                                             population, and (4) support special policy studies
                                                      pilot implementation of an enhanced Incident-
oping information (both programmatic and                                                                     relating to parish prisons.
                                                      Based Reporting (IBR) UCR System. The pur-
                                                      pose of the pilot project is to develop the software




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LOUISIANA-MAINE

Data                                                 Contact:          Linda Green                          State prisons within the State. A COMRS publi-
Sources:          Courts, Jail InformationSystems,                     (504) 925-4440                       cation is planned for 1996.
                  OBTS, Police Departments,                                                                 Data
                  Prosecutors, Sheriffs'                                                                    Sources:           CorrectionsDepartments,
                  Departments                        R i s k / N e e d s Field Classification                                  Probation/Parole
Date of                                              Model (Probation a n d Parole)                         Date of
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                 This project entails the development of a risk         Completion: ContinuingActivity
Contact:          Linda Green                        factor scale and a companion needs factor scale        Contact:    Leda Cunningham
                  (504) 925-4429                     (needs related to risk as part of an overall risk                         (207) 287-4343
                                                     management supervision strategy) for use by
                                                     the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and
Parole Risk Assessment Model                         Corrections Division of Probation and Parole.          D e p a r t m e n t of C o r r e c t i o n s
                                                     The instruments will be used to assist in the          Information S y s t e m (DOCIS)
This program provides the Board of Paroles with      further development of the State's supervision
case-by-case information to assist the members       classification system and treatment planning.          DOCIS is an Oracle database on a WAN. The
in making individual parole decisions and in eval-   Additionally, an information system will be set in     database consists of case managementinforma-
uating the Board's decisionmaking process            place to monitor the instruments' performance          tion on individuals on probation and parole. It
and criteria.                                        on a continual basis, making modification and          includes demographics, sentencing information,
Data                                                 revalidation more systematic. The instruments          and action data such as Hearings, Motions,
Sources:          CorrectionsDepartments,            will be empirically-based and will be evaluated        Revocations, Entrustments, Absent with Leave,
                  OBSCIS, Probation/Parole           on an annual basis.                                    and Interstate Compact. Risk assessment tools
Date of                                                                                                     are being developed. Each probation and parole
                                                     Data                                                   officer has a laptop with a modem which con-
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                 Sources:          CCH, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                                                                            nects to the WAN for uploading and downloading
Contact:          Unda Green                                           Jail InformationSystems,
                                                                                                            information. Phase I is now being completed.
                  (504) 925-4429                                       Probation/Parole
                                                                                                            Demographics and client ID's have been
                                                     Date of                                                assigned. Initial training has been provided to
                                                     Completion:       ContinuingActivity                   probation and parole officers on Windows, word
P e a c e Officer T r a i n i n g D a t a b a s e                                                           processing, and spreadsheet applications.
                                                     Contact:          Linda Green
This program is being developed to convert the                         (504) 925-4429                        Phase II will address sentencing and actions.
manual records of the Post Council to an auto-                                                              Screens are being reviewed by a data committee
mated database (micro). The system will track                                                               and reports will be designed in Phase III.
each officer certified by the Post Council by        S t a t e Criminal J u s t i c e S y s t e m           Data
name, age, race, dates of employment/law             Redesign                                               Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
enforcement agency, basic training dates, acad-                                                                                Probation/Parole
emy test scores and dates, and test scores of        SAC personnel are involved in the redesign of
veterans. Once developed, the system will be         CAJUN (Adult Correctional System) and JIRMS            Date of
                                                     (Juvenile Justice Information System), particu-        Completion:        ContinuingActivity
used for evaluation, research, and management/
administration statistics.                           larly in the areas of requirements analysis (statis-   Contact:           Leda Cunningham
                                                     tical and management reports), general systems                            (207) 287-4343
Data                                                 design, and local system interface areas.
Sources:           Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                   Departments,Survey                Data
                                                     Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,      Directory of Criminal Justice
Date of                                                                Jail InformationSystems, Police      Agencies
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                                  Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                                                                            The SAC creates a directory of all criminal justice
Contact:           Nell Reives                                         Departments,Survey
                                                                                                            system agencies in the State of Maine. The
                   (504) 925-4440                    Date of                                                directory contains addresses, telephone num-
                                                     Completion: ContinuingActivity                         bers, and appropriate agency head or contact
                                                     Contact:    Bill McCarthy                              person. Contents include: law enforcement
Prison O v e r c r o w d i n g
                                                                       (504) 925-4440                       agencies; prosecutors; DAs; Superior and
Management Technical                                                                                        Supreme Court personnel; county and State cor-
Assistance Program                                                                                          rectional facilities; probation and parole; and
A technical assistance team is sent to the                                                                  selected victim support agencies.
requesting jurisdiction to make recommenda-
tions concerning offender processing and prison/     I MAINE                                                Data
                                                                                                            Sources:            Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
jail management. The foundation of the initial                                                                                  Police Departments,Probation/
phase is the collection and analysis of informa-                                                                                Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'
tion on 1) offender processing through the local     Corrections Master Record                                                  Departments
criminal justice system and 2) the impact of that    S y s t e m (COMRS) Ongoing R e c o r d
                                                                                                            Date of
processing on local prison/jail facilities. This     System                                                 Completion:         ContinuingActivity
information, coupled with interviews with local      COMRS is a statewide database collecting
officials, is used to make recommendations relat-                                                           Contact:            Leda Cunningham
                                                     demographics on inmates' criminal history, sen-                            (207) 287-4343
ing to the efficient processing of offenders.        tence, and programs. It also calculates good-
Data                                                 time and projects release dates. Plans are in the
Sources:           CCH, Courts, Jail Information     design stage expanding the database to include         M a i n e Kids C o u n t t 9 9 6 D a t a B o o k
                   Systems, OBTS, Police             "under probation/parole"and "juvenile offender"
                   Departments,Probation/Parole,     data. October 1996 is the projected month for          The SAC produced a collection of data relating
                   Prosecutors, Shedffs'             piloting additions to the database. Automation is      to demographics relevant to children and juve-
                   Departments,Survey, UCR           an ongoing process. This database is written in        niles on key indicators including arrests.
Date of                                              DB2, with UNIX as the operating system; it is           Data
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                on a WAN (Wide Area Network) accessible to              Sources:           UCR


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                                                                                                                          MAINE-MASSACHUSETTS

Date of
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                   I MARYLAND                                        I   Contact:          Charles Wellford, Ph.D.
                                                                                                                                (301) 405-4701
Contact:           DeEtte Hall
                   (207) 287-3311                       Analysis for Need of Drug Court in                    Criminal Justice Information
                                                        Baltimore, Maryland                                   System Advisory Board
NIBRS Implementation Project                            This project will consist of an analysis of system    The SAC provides staff support to the Advisory
                                                        data and surveys of police, prosecutors, resi-        Board by analyzing assorted research topics on
During the last two years the State Department
                                                        dents, and visitors in Baltimore, Maryland to         request and by assisting with potential legislative
of Public Safety has headed an effort to imple-
                                                        determine the need for, cost of, and likely impact    initiatives. Examples include analyses of criminal
ment a statewide program of incident-based
                                                        of a drug court in the city.                          summaries as well as examinations of specific
cdme reporting, meeting both NIBRS and state-
specific investigative standards. The UCR staff         Data                                                  laws.
have developed detailed reporting requirements          Sources:           CCH, Courts, PoliceDepartments,    Date of
and technical specifications necessary for con-                            Prosecutors, Survey,               Completion: ContinuingActivity
tributing agencies to submit IBR data. Staff also       Date of                                               Contact:          Charles Wellford, Ph.D.
developed prototype IBR-based police field              Completion: 06/01/96                                                    (301) 405-4701
reports and offered report writing training to inter-
                                                        Contact:           Charles Wellford, Ph.D.
ested agencies. The IBR project is working with
                                                                           (301) 405-4701
State NCIC staff to accommodate the transmis-
                                                                                                              Maryland Incident.Based Crime
sion of IBR data from local agencies to the State
IBR database via a Wide Area Network (WAN).                                                                   Reporting
                                                        CJIS Audit
Data                                                                                                          The SAC directed this three-year project, funded
Sources:          IBR, PoliceDepartments,Sheriffs'      The SAC is part of the management team for            by BJS, to develop an incident-based crime
                  Departments                           an audit process for Criminal Justice Information     reporting system for Maryland.
                                                        System (CJIS) in selected jurisdictions in Mary-
Date of                                                                                                       Data
                                                        land.
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                                                                Sources:        IBR, PoliceDepartments,UCR,
                                                        Data                                                  Date of
Contact:          Doug Howe                             Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections
                  (207) 624-7065                                                                              Completion= 08/01/96
                                                                         Departments,Jail Information
                                                                         Systems, OBSCIS, Police              Contact:        Charles  Wellford, Ph.D.
                                                                         Departments,Probation/Parole,                        (301) 405-4701
Uniform Crime Reporting--Annual                                          Survey, UCR
Report
                                                        Date of                                               Study of Convenience Store
The Maine Department of Public Safety compiles          Completion: ContinuingActivity
and publishes an annual crime report based on                                                                 Violence in Five States
                                                        Contact:         CharlesWeUford, Ph.D.
summary-based UCR standards. The report lists                            (301) 405-4701                       The SAC participated in the JRSA multistate
Part I and Part II crime statistics for over 140                                                              study of convenience store robberies.
municipalities, including State and county law
                                                                                                              Data
enforcement agencies. Also included in the              Correctional Options Analysis                         Sources:        CorrectionsDepartments,Police
report are sections on domestic violence and
                                                        This project seeks to expand and evaluate alter-                      Departments
hate crime.
                                                        natives to incarceration. The SAC oversees the        Date of
Data                                                                                                          Completion: 08/01/96
                                                        advisory board for this effort to expand alterna-
Sources:          IBR, PoliceDepartments,Sheriffs'
                                                        tives to incarceration.                               Contact:        Charles Wellford, Ph.D.
                  Departments,UCR
                                                        Data                                                                  (301) 405-4701
Date of
                                                        Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                                          Jail InformationSystems,
Contact:          Doug Howe                                               OBSCIS, PoliceDepartments,
                  (207) 624-7065                                          Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,
                                                                          UCR                                 I MASSACHUSETTS                                    I
Violence Among Children,                                Date of
                                                        Completion: ContinuingActivity
Adolescents, and Young Adults In                                                                              Community Policing Evaluation
                                                        Contact:          CharlesWe,ford, Ph.D.
Maine                                                                                                         This evaluation is a collaborationwith Northeast-
                                                                          (301) 405-4701
The purpose of this activity is to coordinateyouth                                                            ern University's Center for Criminal Justice Pol-
activities in State government and among private                                                              icy Research. The evaluation will produce a final
agencies. The activity involves developing and          Crime and Justice in Maryland                         report and resource directory.
implementing program activities to reduce inter-                                                              Data
                                                        This activity consists of an annual analysis of
personal violence among youth and reduce sui-                                                                 Sources:          Police Departments,Survey
                                                        crime and justice trends in Maryland for use in
cide. It also will provide education to profession-                                                           Date of
                                                        a State crime control and prevention plan.
als and organizations working with youth.                                                                     Completion= ContinuingActivity
                                                        Data
Data                                                                                                          Contact:          Rhiana Kohl, Ph.D.
                                                        Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections
Sources:          JuvenileInformationSystem                                                                                     (617) 727-6300
                                                                         Departments,Jail Information
Date of                                                                  Systems, JuvenileInformation
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                                     System, PoliceDepartments,
Contact:          DeEtte Hall                                            Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,        Convenience Story Robbery
                  (207) 287-3311                                         Survey, UCR                          Project
                                                        Date of                                               The SAC participated in two phases of multi-
                                                        Completion: ContinuingActivity                        state studies of convenience store robberies.



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The first phase, funded by the National Institute        Date of                                              Contact:          RhianaKohl, Ph.D.
of Occupational Safety and Health, examined              Completion:      ContinuingActivity                                    (617) 727-6300
incident reports to determine robberies and              Contact:         Rhiana Kohl, Ph.D.
related injuries at Boston convenient stores. The                         (617) 727-6300
second phase, funded by the National Institute                                                                M a s s a c h u s e t t s T r e n d s in Criminal
of Justice, conducted more detailed research of                                                               Justice
convenience store robbery.                               E x e c u t i v e Office of Public S a f e t y       Massachusetts criminal justice data is provided
Data                                                     Development Database                                 for the most currently available ten-year period.
Sources:            Police Department,IBR,                                                                    The information is gathered from published and
                    Interviews,Census Data               The SAC identifies public and private funding
                                                         sources for programmatic and research opportu-       unpublished reports from assorted State and
Date of                                                  nities. Information is computerized and provided     Federal agencies.
Completion:         02/01196                             to targeted State and local agencies.                Data
Contact=            Anthony Petrosino                    Data                                                 Sources:          Uniform Cdma Reports,State
                    Diana Brensilber                     Sources:          Internet, FederalRegister,                           Police, Departmentof Social
                    (617) 727-6300                                         Newsletters, MailingLists                            Services, Courts, Departmentof
                                                                                                                                Corrections, Bureauof Justice
                                                         Date of                                                                Statistics.
Criminal History Improvement                             Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                              Date o|
Project                                                  Contact:          David Bratton                      Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                                           (617) 727-6300
The SAC oversees the National Criminal History                                                                Contact:    Charles Kaufmann
Improvement Project (NCHIP) for Massachu-                                                                                       (617) 727-6300
setts providing administrative, evaluation, moni-        L a w E n f o r c e m e n t Information
toring, and data audits. Project components              Systems Development
include, but are not limited to, fingerprint-sup-                                                             Police A u t o m a t i o n S u r v e y
ported criminal records, firearms licensing,             The SAC conducts needs assessments, strate-
                                                                                                              All 350 local police departments and the Massa-
offender-based tracking, and interfacing with            gic plans, and implementation assistance for
                                                                                                              chusetts State Police were surveyed to assess
NIBRS.                                                   State-level criminal justice information systems
                                                                                                              their status regarding technology and related
Data                                                     and local police management information sys-
                                                                                                              equipment and usage.
Sources:            Criminal HistorySystems board,       tems in Massachusetts.
                                                                                                              Data
                    NIBRS, OSTN, AFIS                    Data                                                 Sources:          Police Departments,Survey
Date of                                                  Sources:          AFIS, CCH, Courts, Police
                                                                           Departments,Sheriffs'              Date of
Completion:         ContinuingActivity                                                                        Completion:       09101/96
                                                                           Departments
Contact:            Rhiana Kohl, Ph.D.                                                                        Contact:          RhianaKohl, Ph.D.
                    (617) 727-6300ext. 317               Date of
                                                         Completion:       ContinuingActivity                                   (617) 727-6300
                                                         Contact:          Rhiana Kohl, Ph.D.
E v a l u a t i o n of D o m e s t i c V i o l e n c e                     (617) 727-6300                     S t a t e Criminal J u s t i c e
Training                                                                                                      Clearinghouse
This project evaluates training programs for law         Local S y s t e m s I m p r o v e m e n t            The SAC is in the process of implementing a
enforcement officers that address the issues of          G r a n t A s s e s s m e n t Project                clearinghouse system on state-of-the-art biblio-
violence against women and the elderly. It exam-                                                              graphic software. New methods in cataloging
ines attitudes and behaviors modified as a result        Eighty-seven recipients of Byrne FY95 grants
                                                                                                              and storing documents, databases, and other
of the training.                                         were surveyed with a focus on the implementa-
                                                                                                              information sources will be applied to ensure
Data                                                     tion of Offender-based Tracking Numbers
                                                                                                              easy access to information for all Executive
Sources:            ExecutiveOffice of ElderAffairs,     (OBTN).
                                                                                                              Office of Public Safety employees and to
                    Elder Abuse Database,Police          Data                                                 respond to requests for information presented
                    Departments,Surveys,                 Sources:          Police Departments,Survey,         to SAC staff.
Date of                                                                    Progress Reports
                                                                                                              Date of
Completion:         08/01/95                             Date of                                              Completion: ContinuingActivity
Contact:            Rhiana Kohl, Ph.D.                   Completion:       09/01196
                                                                                                              Contact:    Rhiana Kohl
                    (617) 727-6300                       Contact:          Rhiana Kohl, Ph.D.                                   Anthony Petrosino
                                                                           (617) 727-6300                                       (617) 727-6300

E v a l u a t i o n of Drug E n f o r c e m e n t
Grants                                                   M a s s a c h u s e t t s t 9 9 5 Police             S t a t e R e s e a r c h and Evaluation
                                                         Department Survey                                    Survey/Directory
The SAC supervises the evaluation of projects
funded by BJA drug enforcement grants and pro-           A forty-item survey was administered in Spring       Massachusetts-based researchers in fields
vides technical assistance for the development           1995 to all local and State law enforcement          related to criminal justice were surveyed to iden-
of the Commonwealth's drug strategy.                     agencies with a response rate of 87 percent.         tify information source. The information will be
Data                                                     Questions covered the agency, personnel (spe-        added to the SAC clearinghouse and used to
Sources:            CCH, Courts, Corrections             cial officers and units), training, the community,   produce a directory.
                    Departments, Health-Related          equipment, and reporting capability.
                                                                                                              Data
                    Facilities,Jail Information          Data                                                 Sources:          State and local agencies,
                    Systems, Police Departments,         Sources:          Police Department,State Police,                      colleges,publicand private
                    Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,                          Survey                                               research institutions;surveys.
                    Sheriffs' Departments,Survey,        Date of                                              Date of
                    TreatmentCenters, UCR                Completion:       07/01/96                           Completion: ContinuingActivity


24
                                                                                                                 MASSACHUSETTS-MINNESOTA

Contact:          RhianaKohl, Ph.D.                   A s s e s s m e n t of t h e A d e q u a c y of        Data
                  (617) 727-6300                      Criminal History R e c o r d s for t h e               Sources:    Police Departments,Survey
                                                      N e e d s of t h e Brady and Child                     Date of
                                                      Protection A c t s                                     Completion: 09/01196
S t a t e w i d e A b u s e Incident Report                                                                  Contact:    Timothy Bynum
                                                      In conjunction with the Central Records Division
                                                                                                                                 (517)355-2197
Form Project                                          of the Michigan State Police, Michigan's Justice
                                                      Statistics Center at Michigan State University's
The SAC assisted in the development of an
                                                      School of Criminal Justice will conduct a study        Michigan C r i m e S t a t i s t i c s
Abuse Incident Report to be used by all police
                                                      of criminal history records. Approximately ten
departments statewide. Information collected is                                                              Database
                                                      counties will be selected as project sites for study
submitted to a centralized repository at the Crimi-
                                                      in terms of geography and population, with an          Both individual and county-level data are orga-
nal History Systems board. The SAC has orga-
                                                      emphasis on the State's major urban areas.             nized into a comprehensivedatabase. This data-
nized and convenes an advisory panel to guide
the design and implementation process.                Data                                                   base includes IBR, UCR, and sentencing data.
                                                      Sources:    Prosecutors                                The databasewill be used in researching various
Data                                                                                                         topics and for information requests.
Sources:          Police Departments,Criminal         Date of
                  History Systems Board               Completion: 05/01197                                   Data
                                                                                                             Sources:            Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
Date of                                               Contact:    TimothyBynum, Ph.D.
                                                                                                                                 IBR, UCR
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                          (517) 355-2197
                                                                                                             Date of
Contact:    RhianaKohl, Ph.D.                                                                                Completion: ContinuingActivity
                  (617) 727-6300ext. 317
                                                      C o n v e n i e n c e Store R o b b e r y S t u d y    Contact:    Timothy Bynum, Ph.D.
                                                      Michigan is one of five SACs participating in                              (517) 355-2197
S t u d e n t Conflict Resolution S t u d y           an NIJ-sponsored study of convenience store
                                                      robberies. This component is a follow-up to the
The SAC conducted an exploratory evaluation                                                                  R e d u c i n g School V i o l e n c e in
                                                      initial project sponsored by the National Institute
of the Student Conflict Resolution Experts                                                                   Detroit: An E v a l u a t i o n of an
                                                      of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). In
(SCORE) Program. Information was collected                                                                   A l t e r n a t i v e Conflict R e s o l u t i o n
                                                      this study, interviews will be conducted with a
on school conflict and effects of peer evaluation.
                                                      sample of offenders and victims of convenience         Intervention
Data                                                  store robberies.
Sources:    Survey,SchoolSystems                                                                             The Wayne County Office on Violence Reduc-
                                                      Data                                                   tion, in conjunction with the Detroit Public
Date of                                               Sources:                    Departments,Police
                                                                        Corrections                          Schools, is implementing a program to reduce
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                          Departments                          school violence by training students in conflict
Contact:    RhianaKohl, Ph.D.                         Date of                                                resolution, peer mediation, and teacher support.
                  (617) 727-6300                      Completion: 09/01/95                                   Two evaluation components of this intervention
                                                      Contact:    Timothy  Bynum, Ph.D.                      are being carried out. The first will study all loca-
                                                                        (517) 355-2197                       tions implementing the program compared to
                                                                                                             those schools not participating. The second
                                                                                                             component will involve a more comprehensive
J MICHIGAN                                        J   Drug Use F o r e c a s t i n g in Detroit              study of the effect of the program in two schools
                                                                                                             participating in the program compared to two
                                                      The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Drug Use       matched, non-participating schools.
Assessing S u b s t a n c e A b u s e                 Forecasting (DUF) Program is designed to mea-
T r e a t m e n t N e e d s of t h e Offender                                                                Data
                                                      sure recent drug use among booked male and             Sources:    School Systems,Survey
Population                                            female arrestees. Additionally, this program
                                                      measures trends in drug use among the arrestee         Date of
The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment              population. This is an ongoing project, with data      Completion: 09/30/96
(CSAT) is furthering the DUF effort by determin-      being collected quarterly in 24 sites across the       Contact:    Timothy Bynum, Ph.D.
ing the prevalence of treatment needs of the          United States since 1987. Two mechanisms are                               (517) 355-2197
arrestee populations. Thirteen sites across the       employed to ascertain the extent of drug use in
nation are participating in this CSAT project. All    this population. First, an interview is conducted
sites are using standardized data collection          with each participant. Second, urine samples are
instruments and research procedures. Two              collected and tested for substance use. All inter-
mechanisms will be employed to ascertain the
extent of substance use and treatment needs in
                                                      views and specimen collections are conducted               MINNESOTA
                                                      on a voluntary basis.
this population. First, an interview will be con-
ducted with each participant. Second, urine sam-      Date of
                                                      Completion: ContinuingActivity                         1990-1995 Narcotic Task Force
ples are collected and tested for substance use.                                                             Reporting
All interviews and specimen collections are con-      Contact:    TimothyBynum, Ph.D.
ducted on a voluntary basis.                                            (517) 355-2197                       This process explains how and when Minneso-
Date of                                                                                                      ta's narcotic task forces are to report yearly,
Completion: 03/31/96                                                                                         quarterly, and monthly data; indicates which data
                                                      Forming a R e s e a r c h Partnership                  to report; and provides reports based on the
Contact:    TimothyBynum, Ph.D.                       w i t h Local L a w E n f o r c e m e n t              information.
                 (517) 355-2197
                                                      In partnership with two Michigan police depart-        Data
                                                      ments, the project entails the development of          Sources:            Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                      performance measures for community policing                                Departments
                                                      and the utilization of data analysis in problem        Date of
                                                      solving activities. In addition, advisory groups       Completion: 07/01/96
                                                      will be established within each department to
                                                      provide insight and feedback on research needs.


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Contact:          Susan Roth                          Data                                               Date of
                  (612) 297-3279                      Sources:         Corrections Departments,          Completion:       Continuing Activity
                                                                       Juvenile InformationSystem,       Contact:          LaLonnie Edckson
                                                                       OBTS, Police Departments,                           (612) 296-4852
Budget 2001                                                            Sheriffs' Departments,UCR
The Budget 2001 project examined influences           Date of
on State and local budgets. In many States the        Completion:      Continuing Activity               M i n n e s o t a C r i m e V i c t i m s Survey:
criminal justice system is a major drain on           Contact:         Susan Roth                        1996
resources. For this project, SAC staff will review                     (612) 297-3279
prior studies, research the justice system, focus                                                        The SAC is conducting a follow-up to the 1993
on the correctional system's capital and opera-                                                          Crime Victims Survey. The purpose of this sur-
tion costs, and assemble experts to review find-                                                         vey of randomly selected Minnesota residents is
                                                      Criminal Justice Statistics/                       to determine the incidence of crime victimization,
ings and make recommendations.                        Databases                                          attitudes toward crime, use of security mea-
Data                                                                                                     sures, and perceptions of the criminal justice
                                                      This project upgrades OBTS, UCR, and CCH
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                                                        system, as well as to compare results to the 1993
                                                      databases which are used for several SAC
                  Jail InformationSystems,Juvenile                                                       Victims Survey. A report summarizing findings
                                                      reports, ad hoc analyses, and technical assis-
                  Information System, Police                                                             from the survey will be published Summer 1996.
                                                      tance.
                  Departments, Probation/Parole,
                  Shedffs' Departments,UCR            Data                                               Data
                                                      Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections          Sources:          Survey
Date of
Completion:       01/01/95
                                                                       Departments,JuvenileInformation   Date of
                                                                       System, OBTS, Police              Completion:       ContinuingActivity
Contact:          Susan Roth                                           Departments, Probation/Parole,
                  (612) 297-3279                                                                         Contact:          Ray Lewis
                                                                       Shedffs' Departments,School                         (612) 296-4858
                                                                       Systems, UCR

Crime and Arrest Statistics                           Date of
                                                      Completion:      Continuing Activity               Minnesota Homicide Report
This project provides Minnesota crime and arrest      Contact:         Susan Roth
statistics by county, and includes information on                                                        The SAC has access to individual homicide
                                                                       (612) 297-3279                    reports from 1981 to 1994 in a database format.
age, race, gender, and rates.
                                                                                                         The variables that will be examined are, situa-
Data                                                                                                     tion; victim's age, sex, race, and ethnicity; law
Sources:          UCR                                 Information Clearinghouse and                      enforcement agency; offender's age, race, sex,
Date of                                               Library                                            and ethnicity; weapon used; relationship of vic-
Completion:       Continuing Activity                 The SAC serves as a criminal justice clearing-     tim to offender; and circumstances. After all data
Contact:          Susan Roth                          house for the State, providing documents, publi-   are entered, analysis of victim/offender relation-
                  (612) 297-3279                      cations, program models, statistics, and hand-     ship, weapon used, and circumstances will be
                                                      outs free of charge. The clearinghouse has         completed.
                                                      access to networks and information systems         Data
Criminal Justice Center Web-Site                      across the nation.                                 Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                      Data                                                                 Departments
The Criminal Justice Center created its own web-
site. Intemet users will have access to the Cen-      Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections          Date of
ter's web site via Minnesota Planning's home                           Departments,Health-Related        Completion:       Continuing Activity
page. This web site will provide information on                        Facilities, Jail Information      Contact:          Susan Roth
criminal justice publications and projects, and                        Systems, Juvenile Information                       (612) 297-3279
will provide access to the criminal justice public                     System, OBTS, Police
helpline and the Menu Program which contains                           Departments, Probation/Parole,
offense, arrest, and corrections data.                                 Shedffs' Departments,Survey,      Minnesota Juvenile Court Activity
Data                                                                   School Systems, Treatment         Database: t991.1994
Sources:          Courts, Corrections Departments,                     Centers, UCR
                                                                                                         Criminal Justice Center staff has created a pro-
                  Juvenile InformationSystem,         Date of
                                                                                                         gram to convert juvenile court data into an SPSS
                  OBTS, Police Departments,           Completion:      Continuing Activity
                                                                                                         format to allow for statistical analysis and extrac-
                  Sheriffs' Departments,UCR           Contact:         LaLonnie Erickson                 tion of data for individual years. Another program
Date of                                                                (612) 296-4852                    was created to convert the database into three
Completion:       Continuing Activity                                                                    separate databases: petition-based, disposi-
Contact:          LaLonnie Edckson                                                                       tion-based, and individual-based. Future project
                                                      Menu Program                                       considerations have been centered around pro-
                  (612) 296-4852
                                                      The Menu Program, created by Criminal Justice      viding basic demographic statistics for the State
                                                      Center staff, is comprised of an on-screen         and by county.
Criminal Justice Data On-Line--                       "menu" of criminal justice information which can   Data
DATANET                                               be accessed using the mouse on a personal          Sources:          Courts, Juvenile Information
                                                      computer. The Menu Program provides quick                            System, Proobation/Parole,
Minnesota's criminal justice databases will be
                                                      and easy access to Minnesota State and county                        Prosecutors
integrated with an on-line, public information sys-
                                                      offense, arrest, and corrections data. This data   Date of
tem called DATANET. This menu-driven system,
                                                      can further be categorized by gender, age,         Completion:       Continuing Activity
with over 14 multidisciplinarydatabases, will pro-
                                                      and race.
mote a broader analysis of criminal justice prob-                                                        Contact:          Carol MickolichekWeber
lems and solutions. Also, the criminal justice        Data                                                                 (612) 297-4025
center has created a "menu" program to access         Sources:         CorrectionsDepartments,OBTS,
this information in a quick and easy manner.                           Police Departments,Shedffs'
                                                                       Departments, UCR


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Participation in t h e S t a t e                      names of the directors, the addresses of agen-         Data
Reporting and Evaluation                              cies, and their phone numbers. As new informa-         Sources:    Survey
                                                      tion is received, the file is updated.                 Date of
Program (SREP)
                                                      Data                                                   Completion: ContinuingActivity
For the SREP Program, the Minnesota SAC will          Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,      Contact:    Martin Carso, Jr.
evaluate law enforcement task forces and crime                          Police Departments,Prosecutors,                        (573) 526-6299
labs and describe the processing of drug offend-                        Sheriffs' Departments,Survey
ors through the system. The SAC will also pro-
vide analysis for shaping the State's drug            Date of
                                                      Completion: ContinuingActivity                         Cost of Crime Report
strategy.
Data                                                  Contact:    Karen Skadden                              The SAC developed a second publication deal-
Sources:          Courts, PoliceDepartments,                            (601) 359-7880                       ing with the costs of crime in Missouri from 1985
                  Sheriffs' Departments,Survey                                                               through 1992 with an emphasis on the last
                                                                                                             year (1992).
Date of
Completion: 06/01/96                                                                                         Date of
Contact:    Ray Lewis
                  (612) 296-4858
                                                      I MISSOURI                                         I   Completion:
                                                                                                             Contact:
                                                                                                                               12/01/95
                                                                                                                               Martin Carso,Jr.
                                                                                                                               (573) 526-6299
                                                      Anti-Drug A b u s e Act N a r c o t i c
Protective Parenting                                  Control Program Support S e r v i c e
                                                                                                             Emergency Service Vehicle
Protective Parenting: Preventing Child Sexual         The SAC provides information and research sup-         Crashes Report
Abuse, is a pamphlet designed to aid parents          port services to the Missouri Department of Pub-
and social services personnel in discussions          lic Safety in administering the Narcotic Control       The Missouri Emergency Service Vehicle Cras-
about child sexual abuse, and provides informa-       Program under the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986.         hes Report is produced annually and contains
tion on agencies dealing with child sexual abuse.     The SAC will continue to 1) work with other State      information on the problem of emergency vehicle
                                                      and Federal agencies to collect and interpret          traffic crashes in the State.
Date of
Completion: 01/01/95                                  data to provide Missouri public officials with a       Data
                                                      better assessment of Missouri's drug problems          Sources:          Police Departments
Contact:    Carol MickolichekWeber                    and 2) assist in promoting the development of
                  (612) 297-4025                      effective policies and programs designed to
                                                                                                             Date of
                                                                                                             Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                                                      address those problems. The SAC is developing
                                                      a publication entitled Missouri's Illicit Drug Prob-   Contact:          Martin Carso, Jr.
Student Survey D a t a b a s e 1 9 8 9 ,              lem, which will assess the drug problem in the                           (573) 526-6299
1992, 1 9 9 5                                         State and describe the justice system's
The Minnesota Department of Education con-            response.
                                                                                                             H i g h w a y S a f e t y Plan Support
ducts a survey of 6th, 9th, and 12th grade stu-       Data
dents every three years. The survey asks over         Sources:    CCH, OBTS, UCR                             Services
100 questions covering chemical abuse,                Date of                                                This project provides traffic safety analytical sup-
assaults, community, and sexual activity. The         Completion: ContinuingActivity                         port services to the Missouri Division of Highway
criminal justice canter has access to survey infor-                                                          Safety in development of Missouri's National
mation that relates to the justice system.            Contact:    Martin Carso, Jr.
                                                                                                             Highway Traffic Safety Administration 402 grant
                                                                        (573) 526-6299
Data                                                                                                         funding program.
Sources:    Survey, SchoolSystems                                                                            Date of
Date of                                               City/County Engineering A c c i d e n t                Completion: ContinuingActivity
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Location Analysis                                      Contact:    Martin Cars0, Jr.
Contact:    Susan Roth                                                                                                         (573) 526-6299
                                                      The SAC created a series of programs designed
                  (612) 297-3279                      to access data contained in the Statewide Traffic
                                                      Accident Records System (STARS) and list traf-
                                                                                                             Missouri Crime and Arrest Digest
                                                      fic crashes by location. Reports are designed to
                                                      support traffic safety engineeringanalytical func-     The Digestcontalns information on Crime Index
   MISSISSIPPI                                    I   tions.
                                                      Date of
                                                                                                             offenses committed in the State over a 10-year
                                                                                                             period and on law enforcement arrest levels.
                                                      Completion:       ContinuingActivity                   This resource is disseminated to over 600 Fed-
                                                                                                             eral, State, and local cdminal justice authorities
C l e a r i n g h o u s e for Criminal                Contact:          Martin Carso, Jr.                    and public officials. Annually, the FBI provides
Justice Data and Documents                                              (573) 526-6299                       the SAC with Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)
The SAC, in cooperation with BJS, serves as a                                                                databases on cdme and arrest activity reported
cleadnghouse for cdminal justice data and pro-                                                               by Missouri law enforcement agencies. The SAC
                                                      City/County Engineering                                reconfigures these databases into analytical
vides such data and documents to govemmental
agencies and the public.                              Signalization S y n c h r o n i z a t i o n            subsets used to develop this report.
                                                      Program                                                Data
Date of
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        The SAC provides software maintenance and              Sources:    UCR
Contact:          Karen Skadden                       data evaluation support services to the Missouri       Date of
                  (601) 359-7860                      Division of Highway Safety engineering staff in        Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                      support of their traffic signal synchronization pro-
                                                      gram. The SAC assists in maintaining the soff-
                                                                                                             Contact:    Martin Carso, Jr.
                                                                                                                               (573) 526-6299
Criminal J u s t i c e A d d r e s s File             ware, encoding data, and processing jobs. This
                                                      application is used by vadous Missoud commu-
This database contains information on justice-        nities to optimize their traffic signal networks.
related agencies in the State including the


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Missouri H o l i d a y Crashes Report                   Contact:           Martin Carso, Jr.                    Contact:          Martin Carso, Jr.
                                                                           (673) 526-6299                                         (573) 526-6299
The Holiday Report is produced annually and
contains information on Missouri's holiday traffic
crash experience over the past five years. This         Missouri S t a t e H i g h w a y Patrol                 Missouri Traffic S a f e t y
report is used by State and local traffic authorities   Public Opinion S u r v e y                              Compendium
to develop more effective holiday traffic safety
countermeasure programs.                                The SAC conducts a public opinion mail survey           The Compendiumis produced annually and con-
Data                                                    of a representative sample of Missouri citizens.        tains information on Missouri's traffic crash caus-
Sources:           Police Departments                   This survey identifies the concerns of citizens         ative factors and characteristics covering a ten-
                                                        as they relate to being victimized by cdme and          year pedod. This resource is used 1) to support
Date of                                                 being involved in traffic crashes. In addition, a       the State of Missouri's 402 grant funding pro-
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                   sedes of questions are asked about the Missouri         gram under the direction of the Missouri Division
Contact:           Martin Camo, Jr.                     State Highway Patrol's job performance as well          of Highway Safety and 2) as a reference source
                   (573) 626-6299                       as criminal justice and/or traffic safety issues of     by other State and local traffic safety authorities.
                                                        interest to the Highway Patrol.                         Data
                                                        Data                                                    Sources:          StatewideTraffic Accident
Missouri J u v e n i l e J u s t i c e T h r e e -      Sources:           Survey                                                 Records System
Y e a r Plan S u p p o r t
                                                        Date of                                                 Date of
The SAC provides information and research sup-          Completion:        ContinuingActivity                   Completion: ContinuingActivity
port services to the Missoud Department of Pub-         Contact:           Martin Carso, Jr.                    Contact:    Martin Carso, Jr.
lic Safety to develop and implement the Missouri                           (573) 526-6299                                         (573) 526-6299
Juvenile Justice Three-Year Plan.
Data
Sources:         JuvenileInformationSystem              Missouri S t a t e H i g h w a y Patrol                 M S H P Crime and Traffic S a f e t y
Date of                                                 Pursuit I n f o r m a t i o n S y s t e m               E n f o r c e m e n t Analysis
Completion: ContinuingActivity                          The SAC assisted the Missouri State Highway             The SAC will assist the Missouri State Highway
Contact:         Martin Camo, Jr.                       Patrol in development of a pursuit information          Patrol in enhancing its crime and traffic safety
                   (673) 526-6299                       system. It will assist in the design of field reports   analysis functions throughout its management
                                                        and the development of output subsystems.               structure. Information systems will be reviewed
                                                        Data                                                    and recommendations made to upgrade their
Missouri L a w E n f o r c e m e n t                    Sources:           Police Departments                   traffic safety and criminal analysis capabilities.
E m p l o y m e n t a n d A s s a u l t Report                                                                  Reports will be produced to support these types
                                                        Date of                                                 of analysis.
This project involves developing and publishing         Completion:        ContinuingActivity
a comprehensive annual report on law enforce-                                                                   Data
                                                        Contact:           Martin Carso, Jr.                    Sources:    Police Departments
ment employment and assault statistics. Annu-                              (573) 526-6299
ally, the FBI provides the SAC with UCR data-                                                                   Date of
bases on employment and assault activity                                                                        Completion: ContinuingActivity
reported by Missouri law enforcement agencies.          Missouri S t a t e H i g h w a y Patrol                 Contact:    Martin Camo,Jr.
The SAC reconfigures these databases into ana-          Use of Force I n f o r m a t i o n S y s t e m                            (573) 526-6299
lytical subsets used to develop this report.
Data                                                    The SAC assisted the Missouri State Highway
Sources:           UCR                                  Patrol in the development of a Use of Force             M U L E S Missing Person Project
                                                        information system. It will assist in the design of
Date of                                                 field reports and the development of output sub-        The SAC developed a program to retrieve data
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                   systems.                                                from the Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement
Contact:           Martin Carso, Jr.                                                                            System (MULES) on all persons reported miss-
                                                        Data
                   (573) 526-6299                                                                               ing to law enforcement agencies. The first report
                                                        Sources:           Police Departments
                                                                                                                used these data for an empirical analysis of all
                                                        Date of                                                 missing person cases active in the system in
Missouri S t a t e H i g h w a y Patrol                 Completion:       ContinuingActivity                    1984. Programs were developed to produce
Accreditation                                           Contact:           Martin Came, Jr.                     monthly and annual reports on missing persons
                                                                           (573) 526-6299                       and children for the Missouri State Highway
The SAC is assisting the Missouri State Highway                                                                 Patrol's Missing Children's Unit. The SAC has
Patrol (MSHP) in meeting accreditation stan-                                                                    produced three additional formal reports on
dards established by the Commission on                  Missouri S t a t i s t i c a l Analysis                 missing person cases active in MULES. The first
Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies                                                                      covered the period from 1985 to 1988, the sec-
                                                        C e n t e r Library
(CALEA). Support services will focus primarily                                                                  ond from 1989 to 1991, and the latest version
on development of a comprehensive manpower              The SAC Library contains over 900 publications          covered 1992 to 1994.
allocation plan for the MSHP. The Northwestern          on crime; the criminal justice system; criminal
University Traffic Institute developed a man-           justice research, planning, and management;             Date of
power allocation model that is being employed           traffic safety research, research methodology,          Completion: ContinuingActivity
to identify field service manpower requirements.        and statistics; and criminal justice and traffic        Contact:    Martin Carso, Jr.
The model was published in Police Allocation            safety information systems documentation.                                 (573) 526-6299
Manual.                                                 These publications are available to State and
Data                                                    local authorities. A publications listing is mailed
Sources:           Survey                               annually to over 300 State and local criminal
                                                        justice agencies.
Date of
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                   Date of
                                                        Completion:       ContinuingActivity



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                                                                                                                             MISSOURI-MONTANA

Offender Management                                  Statewide Traffic Accident                            Impact of Early Release on the
Information System (OMIS|/                           Records System (STARS)                                Criminal Justice System
Criminal History Records System                      This information system contains data on traffic      The 1993 legislature mandated looking into early
Interface                                            accidents in Missouri and is used by the SAC          release as a way of reducing the prison popula-
                                                     to produce numerous reports and studies               tion which in turn would reduce the costs of
The SAC annually updates the OMIS client sta-
                                                     requested by traffic authorities and public offi-     operating the State prison. The study will look
tistical databases at the request of the Depart-
                                                     cials. The SAC notes deficiencies and problems        at the impact of eady release on the criminal
ment of Corrections. The Department provides
                                                     within STARS and assists in making corrections        justice system in Montana.
the SAC with personalized OMIS databases
describing institutionalized clients. The SAC        and improvements to the system. The SAC also          Data
examines the Missouri CHRS databases, sum-           assists in maintaining and improving the system       Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
marizes the clients' criminal history data, atta-    based on requests for assistance from the Mis-                         JuvenileInformationSystem,
ches that summarized data to the clients' OMIS       souri State Highway Patrol staff responsible for                       Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,
records, and depersonalizes the records. The         its operation.                                                         UCR
updated OMIS client statistical databases are        Data                                                  D a t e of
being used to assess the potential for promotion,    Sources:         Police Departments                   Completion:      06/30/97
development,and utilization of correctional alter-   D a t e of                                            Contact:         Thomas Murphy
natives beyond those currently in place in Mis-      Completion:      ContinuingActivity                                    (406) 444-4298
souri.
                                                     Contact:         Martin Carso, Jr.
Data                                                                  (573) 526-6299
Sources:         CCH, CorrectionsDepartments                                                               Juvenile Probation Information
D a t e of                                                                                                 System (JPIS)
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                  Victim's Assistance Act Support
                                                                                                           The JPIS collects data on the activities and work-
Contact:         Martin Carso,Jr.                    Services                                              load of the Montana youth courts and then pro-
                 (573) 526-6299                      The SAC provides criminal justice analytical sup-     vides the courts with management information
                                                     port services to the Missouri Department of Pub-      in the form of summary reports. The system
                                                     lic Safety in the administration of the Victim's      operates via voluntary participation.
Offender-Based Transaction                           Assistance Act.                                       Data
Statistics (OBTS)/Computerized                       D a t e of                                            Sources:         Juvenile InformationSystem,
Criminal History Records: Phase                      Completion: ContinuingActivity                                         Probation/Parole
II                                                   Contact:           Martin Carso,Jr.                   D a t e of
This project involves upgrading the Missouri                            (573) 526-6299                     Completion:      ContinuingActivity
Criminal History Records System (CHRS) OBTS                                                                Contact:         Thomas Murphy
component based upon recommendations pub-                                                                                   (406) 444-4298
lished in the SAC report, Missouri CHRS/OBTS
Problem Analysis. Standardized reports will be
developed using currently available OBTS data
from the CHRS.
                                                     I MONTANA                                         I   L a w Enforcement M a n p o w e r in
                                                                                                           Montana
Data                                                 Crime in Montana                                      This annual report presents statistics on law
Sources:         CCH, OBTS
                                                                                                           enforcement manpower in the State of Montana.
D a t e of                                           This annual report provides information on crime
                                                     in the State of Montana as reported to law            Data
Completion:      Continuing Activity
                                                     enforcement agencies.                                 Sources:         Survey
Contact:         Martin Carso,Jr.
                                                     Data                                                  Date of
                 (573) 526-6299
                                                     Sources:          JuvenileInformationSystem, IBR,     Completion:      ContinuingActivity
                                                                       Police Departments,Sheriffs'        Contact:         Thomas  Murphy
POST Student Evaluation Surveys                                        Departments,UCR                                      (406) 444-4298
                                                     Date of
The SAC assisted the Department of Public
                                                     Completion:       ContinuingActivity
Safety with design and implementation of an                                                                Montana Crime Victims Annual
ongoing student evaluation program for all acad-     Contact:          Thomas Murphy
                                                                       (406) 444-4298                      Report
emy law enforcement pro-service training pro-
grams throughout the State of Missouri. The                                                                Statistics on crime victims and annual costs in
SAC assisted in developmentof information flow                                                             the State of Montana are presented in this report.
processes. In addition, the SAC has developed        Directory of Criminal Justice
                                                                                                           Data
a series of output reports to be used by the Peace   Agencies                                              Sources:         Crime Victims Database
Officer Standards and Training Program (POST)        The Planning and Research Bureau publishes
Commission as well as by individual academies.                                                             Date of
                                                     this annual directory of all criminal justice agen-   Completion:      ContinuingActivity
Data                                                 cies in the State of Montana.
Sources:          Survey                                                                                   Contact:         Thomas  Murphy
                                                     Data                                                                   (406) 444-4298
Date of                                              Sources:          Police Departments,Probation/
Completion:       Continuing Activity                                  Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'
Contact:          Martin Carso, Jr,                                    Departments
                  (573) 526-6299                     D a t e of
                                                     Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                                                     Contact:          Thomas Murphy
                                                                       (406) 444-4298




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I NEBRASKA                                          I   slide/tape presentations. Criminal justice agen-
                                                        cies are eligible to borrow films for up to seven
                                                                                                              Data
                                                                                                              Sources:          Courts, JuvenileInformation
                                                        days for a $3 fee; other agencies and individuals                       System
                                                        are charged $15 per film per showing day.             Date of
AFIS Research Committee
                                                        Date of                                               Completion:       ContinuingActivity
A cooperative effort of the Sheriffs' Association,      Completion: ContinuingActivity
Police Officers' Association, Omaha Police
                                                                                                              Contact:          MichaelOverton
Department, Lincoln Police Department,
                                                        Contact:    DarleneSnitly                                               (402) 471-2194
                                                                          (402) 471-2194
Nebraska State Patrol, Police Chiefs Associa-
tion, and the Crime Commission pursued a state-
wide, multiagency Automated Fingerprint Infor-
                                                                                                              Uniform Crime Statistics
                                                        Criminal Justice Information                          Reporting/Nebraska Incident
mation System (AFIS) for several years. The
Research Committee disseminated information             Systems (CJIS) Advisory                               Based Reporting System
and sought funding which was obtained in 1994.          Committee
                                                                                                              Training is provided to law enforcement agen-
The SAC was involved also in the RFP assess-            The CJIS Advisory Committee was formed by             cies in Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) classifi-
ment, benchmarking, and procurement and cur-            the Crime Commission to facilitate the coordina-      cation, program methods, and procedures; the
rently is on the AFiS Policy Review Board.              tion and improvement of data systems through-         processing of UCR data; and the preparation of
Data                                                    out State and local agencies. The Committee           monthly, quarterly, and yearly UCR reports.
Sources:          AFIS, Police Departments,             is involved in the NCHIP activities and a data        Data
                  Sheriffs' Departments                 architecture study.                                   Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'
Date of                                                 Date of                                                                 Departments,UCR
Completion: ContinuingActivity                          Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Date of
Contact:    MichaelOverton                              Contact:    MichaelOverton                            Completion: ContinuingActivity
                  (402) 471-2194                                          (402) 471-2194                      Contact:    Madlyn Keelan
                                                                                                                               (402) 471-2194
Criminal J u s t i c e Data Information                 Drug Program Evaluation
Clearinghouse                                           This is an ongoing activity to focus on projects
Through a cooperative agreement with BJS, the
SAC maintains a clearinghouse that serves as
                                                        funded through the Crime Control Act as well
                                                        as general components related to the State's          I NEW HAMPSHIRE                                  I
a central repository of information resources and       drug strategy.
as an interface with Federal statistical resources.     Data                                                  Comprehensive Crime Control Act
Data                                                    Sources:          Police Departments,Prosecutors,
                                                                                                              of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse Acts
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                         Survey
                                                                                                              of 1 9 8 6 and 1 9 8 8
                  Jail InformationSystems,Juvenile      Date of
                  InformationSystem, Police             Completion: ContinuingActivity                        The New Hampshire SAC has been assisting
                  Departments, Probation/Parole,                                                              the Office of the Attorney General in implement-
                                                        Contact:    MichaelOverton
                  Survey, UCR                                                                                 ing the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of
                                                                          (402) 471-2194
Date of                                                                                                       1984 and the Anti-Drug Abuse Acts of 1986 and
Completion- ContinuingActivity.                                                                               1988. The Govemor designated the Office of the
                                                        Jail Admission and Release                            Attorney General as the responsible agency for
Contact:    Michael Overton                                                                                   administering these programs. Federal funds
                  (402) 471-2194                        System (JARS)                                         from BJA and the Office of Victims of Crime are
                                                        The JARS system provides an ongoing database          made available to selected subgrantees whose
                                                        of statistical information on the typology and flow   activities have the greatest impact in crime-
Criminal Justice Directory                                                                                    prone areas of New Hampshire.
                                                        of inmates through local criminal detention facili-
The SAC Directory lists all criminal justice-           ties. The system enhances sound recordkeeping         Data
related State and local agencies, and is orga-          practices by local officials.                         Sources=         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
nized in the following categories: Courts/Adjudi-       Data                                                                   Police Departments,Probation/
cation Process, Corrections, Victim/Witness,            Sources:    Jail InformationSystems                                    Parole, Prosecutom,Sheriffs'
D o m e s t i c V i o l e n c e , Education, and Law                                                                           Departments,Survey,School
Enforcement. Contact persons are identified for         Date of
                                                        Completion: ContinuingActivity                                         Systems, TreatmentCenters
each agency.
                                                        Contact:    MichaelOverton                            Date of
Data                                                                                                          Completion: ContinuingActivity
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                         (402) 471-2194
                  Jail InformationSystems, Police                                                             Contact:    Mark Thompson
                  Departments, Probation/Parole,                                                                               (603) 271-3658
                  Prosecutors, Sheriffs'                Juvenile Court Reporting Program
                  Departments                           (JCR}
                                                                                                              DWI Plea Bargaining
Date of                                                 The JCR program provides data collected during
Completion: ContinuingActivity                          the calendar year on young people who were            DWI plea bargaining cases reported to the Office
                                                        processed by courts with jurisdiction over juve-      of the Attomey General are analyzed according
Contact:    MichaelOverton                                                                                    to specific areas of concern, such as witness
                  (402) 471-2194                        niles, including 90 county courts and the three
                                                        separate juvenile courts of Douglas, Lancaster,       problems and Blood Alcohol Collection suppres-
                                                        and Sarpy Counties. The forms sent in by the          sions. This report is tabulated on a monthly basis
                                                        courts are based on a juvenile's disposition date.    and published annually.
Criminal J u s t i c e Film Library
                                                        Statistics include referral and disposition infor-    Data
The Criminal Justice Film Library houses                mation.                                               Sources:    Police Departments,Prosecutors
approximately 800 16-ram films and videocas-
settes covering 62 subject areas, and several                                                                 Date of
                                                                                                              Completion: ContinuingActivity

30
                                                                                                                  NEW HAMPSHIRE-NEW YORK

Contact:          Mark Thompson                      delivery, citizens' fear of crime and its impact on   Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assis-
                  (603) 271-3658                     their lives, and criminal victimization experi-       tance.
                                                     ences. A final report was prepared and circulated     Data
                                                     to the Albuquerque Police Department and other        Sources:           Courts, Health-RelatedFacilities,
H o m i c i d e s in N e w H a m p s h i r e         departments in the State of New Mexico.                                  Jail InformationSystems, Police
                                                     Data                                                                     Departments, Probation/Parole,
This study provides demographic data on homi-
                                                     Sources:    Survey                                                       Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
cides committed in New Hampshire during the
                                                                                                                              Departments,TreatmentCenters
period 1979 to 1993 and indicates the offender's     Date of
relationship to the victim and the circumstances     Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Date of
in which the homicides occurred.                     Contact:    Gary LaFree,Ph.D.                         Completion: ContinuingActivity
Data                                                                   (505) 277-4257                      Contact:    Gary LaFree, Ph.D.
Sources:    Prosecutors,
                       UCR                                                                                                    (505) 277-4257
Date of
Completion: ContinuingActivity                       Criminal Justice Resource
                                                     Directory                                             Substance Use Among
Contact:    Mark Thompson                                                                                  Albuquerque's Adult Population,
                  (603) 271-3658                     In 1988 the SAC compiled a comprehensive
                                                     address and telephone directory of the principal
                                                                                                           1996
                                                     agencies and organizations linked to the criminal     The SAC compiled data from 1,216 randomly
N e w H a m p s h i r e Crime Analysis               justice system, including over 1,000 separate         selected households in the Albuquerque area
                                                     departments, offices, and agencies. Categories        between May and June 1996 on substance use
This yearly update, for in-house use only, ana-
                                                     include law enforcement, judiciary, community         through the use of a computer-assisted tele-
lyzes criminal justice statistics and focuses on
                                                     services, research, and education. The Directory      phone survey. The survey was completed for
personnel and budget matters. The analysis is
                                                     was updated in August 1991 and February 1993          the City of Albuquerque Department of Family
used to provide information to legislators, law
                                                     and distributed free of charge by the New Mexico      and Community Service and the Albuquerque
enforcement agencies, and other public as well
                                                     SAC to several of the listed agencies. The SAC        Partnership for Substance Abuse Prevention.
as private individuals.
                                                      now updates this directory annually.                 Data
Data
Sources:    Police Departments,UCR                   Data                                                  Sources:    Survey
                                                     Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,     Date of
Date of                                                                Health-RelatedFacilities,Jail
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                                                             Completion: 07/31/96
                                                                       InformationSystems,Juvenile
Contact:    Mark Thompson                                              InformationSystem, Police           Contact:    Gary LaFree,Ph.D.
                                                                       Departments,Probation/Parole,                           (505) 277-4257
                  (603) 271-3658
                                                                       Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
                                                                       Departments,TreatmentCenters
                                                     Date of
I NEW JERSEY                                     I   Completion: ContinuingActivity                        I NEW YORK
                                                     Contact:    Gary LaFree,Ph.D.
                                                                        (505) 277-4257
Analysis of O f f e n d e ~ B a s e d                                                                      A u t o m a t e d Criminal J u s t i c e
Transaction Statistics/CCH                                                                                 Indicators System (ACJIS)
                                                     Furloughs G r a n t e d to Minimum
Database                                                                                                   A personal computer-based information system
                                                     S e c u r i t y I n m a t e s in N e w M e x i c o    for use by executive criminal justice decision
The Data Analysis Center provides statistical                                                              makers in New York S~ate, ACJIS replaces an
                                                     This activity involves the review of policies and
reports to the various components of the criminal                                                          older, paper-based data digest. ACJIS presents
                                                     procedures of the New Mexico Department of
justice system, such as the courts, parole, proba-                                                         more than ten years of aggregate data, covering
                                                     Corrections for the granting of furloughs (out of
tion, corrections, and commissions. The OBTS/                                                              system activities by county. Data are included
                                                     institution/unescorted) for minimum security
CCH database is the source for these reports.                                                              on crimes reported, arrests, indictments, prose-
                                                     inmates. A compilation of statistical (and qualita-
Data                                                 tive) data on eligible inmates and a review of the    cutions, and sentences.
Sources:           CCH, Courts, Corrections          records of corrections facilities housing eligible    Data
                   Departments,OBSCIS,OBTS,          inmates will also be provided.                                            CCH, Courts, IBR, OBTS, Police
                                                                                                           Sources:
                   Prosecutors, Survey                                                                                         Departments,Prosecutors,
                                                     Data
Date of                                              Sources:    Corrections
                                                                           Departments                                         Sheriffs' Departments,UCR
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                                                             Date of
                                                     Date of
Contact:    Christine Boyle                          Completion: 01/01/96                                  Completion: ContinuingActivity
                   (609) 984-5693
                                                     Contact:    Gary LaFree,Ph.D.                         Contact:    Richard Ely
                                                                        (505) 277-4257                                         (518) 457-8381


    NEW MEXICO                                       Multi-Jurisdictional Drug T a s k
                                                     Forces, D o m e s t i c V i o l e n c e
                                                                                                            Bias C r i m e I n c i d e n t R e p o r t i n g
                                                                                                            Program (BCIRP)
                                                     Programs, and T r e a t m e n t of                    The SAC operates a paper reporting program
Citizen S a t i s f a c t i o n w i t h Police       Offenders                                             to obtain data on all incidents of bias-related
Service                                                                                                    offenses reported to law enforcement agencies
                                                     This activity consists of an evaluation of three
The SAC contracted with the Albuquerque Police       major programs funded by the New Mexico               throughout the State. This program involves
Department to collect survey data from a random                                                            developing a database, and analyzing statistical
                                                     Department of Public Safety between 1992 and
sample of approximately 900 Albuquerque resi-        1995. These programs were funded under the            information from reporting agencies. This pro-
dents. Telephone interviews were used to deter-      Drug Control and System Improvement Formula           gram will be eliminated when New York State
mine citizens' satisfaction with police service      Grant Program using monies from the U.S.


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NEW YORK-NEW YORK

Incident-based Reporting is adopted by local         conducted in New York City by a private organi-      Data
agencies.                                            zation.                                              Sources:          Prosecutors
Data                                                 Data                                                 Date of
Sources:           Police Departments,Sheriffs'      Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,   Completion:       Continuing Activity
                   Departments,School Systems                           Probation/Parole                  Contact:          Richard Ely
Date of                                              Date of                                                                (518) 457-8381
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                Completion:        ContinuingActivity
Contact:           Richard Ely                       Contact:           Richard Ely
                   (518) 457-8381                                       (518) 457-8381                    Gun T r a c k i n g
                                                                                                          The SAC will produce reports from New York
                                                                                                          City police agencies on weapons seized, manu-
C r i m e a n d J u s t i c e A n n u a l Report     District A t t o r n e y ' s Staffing S u r v e y    facturer, type, ammunition, and offense.
A broad range of criminal justice information is     The 62 district attomeys and three special prose-    Data
collected, analyzed, and presented in this report,   cutors offices in New York State were questioned     Sources:         Police Departments,Shedffs'
including offense and arrest data provided by        conceming levels of staffing, caseloads, case                         Departments
law enforcement agencies, and indictment, dis-       assignment procedures, and salaries. The             Date of
position, and sentencing information reported by     results have been presented in a report pub-         Completion: ContinuingActivity
district attorneys. Data also are presented from     lished in August 1996.
a vadety of State agencies covering probation,                                                            Contact:    Richard Ely
                                                     Data                                                                  (518) 457-8381
parole, local and State corrections, courts, juve-   Sources:           CCH, CensusData, Survey
nile processing and corrections, and crime vic-
tims.                                                Date of
                                                     Completion:        08/15/96                          L a w E n f o r c e m e n t Personnel D a t a
Data
Sources:           CCH, Courts, Corrections          Contact:           Richard Ely                       System
                   Departments,Jail Information                         (618) 457-8381                    This data system expands upon the FBi's stan-
                   Systems, Juvenile Information                                                          dard agency personnel report and provides the
                   System, Police Departments,                                                            State with data that include salary ranges as well
                   Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,     Domestic Violence Research                           as the rank, sex, and race composition of police
                   Sheriffs' Departments,UCR         Police Agencies in New York State are complet-       and sheriffs' agency personnel. Data are
Date of                                              ing incident reports for every domestic dispute      included in the Crime and Justice AnnuaI Report.
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                call. The forms are submitted to Department of       Data
Contact:                                             Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) and entered         Sources:    Police Departments,UCR
                   Richard Ely
                                                     on an evaluation and/or into a program data-
                   (518) 457-8381                                                                         Date of
                                                     base. The Bureau of Research and Evaluation
                                                     will conduct an evaluation of law enforcement        Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                     response to domestic incidents and offender          Contact:    Richard Ely
Criminal Justice Information                                                                                               (518) 457-8381
                                                     recidivism.
Clearinghouse
                                                     Data
This SAC project, funded by BJS, is designed         Sources:          DomesticViolenceIncident
to promote the exchange of criminal justice infor-                                                        Missing Children
                                                                       Report
mation and analysis among Federal, State, local,                                                          The SAC developed and maintains a statistical
                                                     Date of
and private organizations. The Directory of New                                                           database derived from the statewide Missing
 York State Criminal Justice Agencies is available   Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                          Children Register. This register describes the
from the clearinghouse.                              Contact:          Donna Hall                         number and characteristics of missing children
Data                                                                   (518) 457-7301                     cases reported during the calendar year, the
Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                                                        nature of each disappearance, and circum-
                   Police Departments,Probation/                                                          stances of recovery. In addition, periodic sum-
                                                     D r u g - R e l a t e d H o m i c i d e Studies      mades of cases are availablefrom the database
                   Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'
                   Departments                       The SAC currently is participating in a series of    each year.
Date of                                              research projects to collect information on the      Data
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                relationship between drugs and homicide. A           Sources:    Police Departments
                                                     study was just completed of women incarcerated
Contact:           Richard Ely                       for homicide in New York State.
                                                                                                          Date of
                   (518) 457-8381                                                                         Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                     Data
                                                                                                          Contact:    Richard Ely
                                                     Sources:                    Departments,Survey
                                                                       Corrections
                                                                                                                           (518) 457-6381
D i s p r o p o r t i o n a t e Minority             Date of
C o n f i n e m e n t (DMC) A m o n g                Completion:       08/01/96
J u v e n i l e s in T w o N Y S C o u n t i e s     Contact:          Richard Ely                        N e w York S t a t e H o m i c i d e
A portion of the Federal funding available to the                      (518) 457-8381                     This report summarizes homicide offenses that
State is contingent on identification, assess-                                                            occurred in New York State during the previous
ment, and a plan for remediation of dispropor-                                                            year, and is included in the Crime and Justice
                                                     Felony Processing Quarterly                          Annual Report.
tionate minority confinement (DMC) in the juve-
nile justice system. This project will satisfy a     Report
                                                                                                          Data
portion of the assessment requirement by deter-      A data system is maintained on the processing        Sources:         CCH, CorrectionsDepartments,
mining what aspects of juvenile justice are in       and disposition of New York State indictments.                        Police Departments,Probation/
the greatest need of remedial programming. The       Data are provided to prosecutors and the legisla-                     Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'
study will focus on two counties, Erie and Mon-      ture on a quarterly basis as well as in response                      Departments,UCR
roe, and will complement a similar study being       to requests from members of the criminal jus-        Date of
                                                     tice community.                                      Completion: ContinuingActivity

32
                                                                                                                NEW YORK-NORTH CAROLINA

Contact:         Richard Ely                         Data                                                 V i c t i m s of D r u g - R e l a t e d
                 (518) 457-8381                      Sources:         CCH, CorrectionsDepartments,        Homicides
                                                                      OBTS, Prosecutors
                                                                                                          This study compares personal characteristics,
                                                     Date of                                              prior record, and victim-offender relationships of
New York State Incident-Based                        Completion: ContinuingActivity
Reporting ( N Y S I B R ) Project                                                                         victims of drug-related homicides to those of
                                                     Contact:    Richard Ely                              other homicide victims. It is based on re-analysis
The SAC will implement an enhanced incident-                          (518) 457-8381                      of data for a sample of homicides in New York
based Uniform Crime Reporting (NYSIBR) sys-                                                               City. The data originally were collected for a
tem that will improve the quality and utility of                                                          study to determine the incidence of drug-related
crime and related data for local agency manag-       Projected I m p a c t of Casino                      homicides and examine the types of drug-relat-
ers, State policy makers, analysts, and the Fed-     Gambling on Crime in N e w York                      edness involved.
eral govemment.                                      State                                                Data
Data                                                 The SAC prepared a special report for the Gover-     Sources:    CCH, PoliceDepartments
Sources:         Police Departments,Sheriffs'        nor's Commission on Casino Gambling. The             Date of
                 Departments                         report examines the impact on crime from the         Completion: 03/01195
Date of                                              Turning Stone Casino in New York State and           Contact:    Richard Ely
Completion: ContinuingActivity                       the long term impact of legalized gambling in                             (518) 457-8381
Contact:    Richard Ely                              Atlantic City, New Jersey. This was clone to
                 (518) 457-8381                      assist the Commission in their consideration of
                                                     the impact of expanding casino gambling in           Youth R e c i d i v i s m S t u d y
                                                     this State.
Offender-Based T r a n s a c t i o n                                                                      This study will determine the rates'of rearrest
                                                     Data                                                 and reconviction for youth discharged from Divi-
Statistics (OBTS)                                    Sources:    CCH, UCR
                                                                                                          sion For Youth (DFY) facilities and compare
A data file was developedto track the processing     Date of                                              them to those for correctional service programs
of felony and misdemeanor arrests that have          Completion: 09/01/96                                 other than DFY.
occurred since 1970. These data provide              Contact:    Rich Dehals                              Data
descriptive summaries of felony and misde-                            (518) 457-7301                      Sources:             Division For Youth Records
meanor arrest processing and offender charac-
teristics. This file also is used to respond to ad                                                        Date of
                                                                                                          Completion:          ContinuingActivity
hoc requests for information.                        Racial Disparity
                                                                                                          Contact:             Bruce Frederick
Data                                                 This research examines whether minority status                            (518) 457-7301
Sources:    CCH, OBTS                                affects case processing from arrest to sentenc-
Date of                                              ing for both felony and misdemeanor offenders.
Completion: ContinuingActivity                       Data
                                                     Sources:    CCH, OBTS
Contact:    Richard Ely
                 (518) 457-8381                      Date of
                                                                                                          I NORTH CAROLINA                                   I
                                                     Completion: 11/01/95
OBTS Quality Control                                 Contact:    Richard Ely                              Analyzing S u b s t a n c e A b u s e in
                                                                      (518) 457-8381                      North Carolina for t h e B J A Anti-
This project includes a number of activities
designed to contribute to the quality and como
                                                                                                          Drug A b u s e P r o g r a m
pleteness of OBTS data. Analysts produce peri-       Research Methods                                     Drug data are collected in accordance with BJA
odic reports on the number of court dispositions                                                          guidelinesto develop a problem description sec-
missing from the Computerized Criminal History       The SAC frequently develops new research
                                                                                                          tion for the Governor's Crime Commission's
                                                     methods or extends existing methods in order
(CCH) database and routinely communicate to                                                               application for Anti-Drug funds.
CCH managers the anomaliesdiscovered during          to expand its research capabilities. During 1992,
                                                     SAC staff developed a new measure of case            Data
substantive analyses. In addition, efforts have                                                           Sources:             CCH, Courts, Corrections
been initiated to develop a system of edit checks    seriousness (based on expected days incarcer-
                                                     ated given arrest, for each combination of                                Departments,JuvenileInformation
for the OBTS flat files used for most analyses.                                                                                System, OBSCIS, Police
                                                     offense type and prior record score), and devel-
These edit checks will be more rigorous than                                                                                   Departments,Prosecutors,
those applied to the source data posted to the       oped a new unit of count (dubbed concurrency
                                                     ring) that treats a set of cases that overlap in                          Sheriffs' Departments,Survey,
CCH.                                                                                                                           UCR
                                                     time as a single, concurrent entity. The new seri-
Data                                                 ousness score was used as a control variable         Date of
Sources:         CCH, CorrectionsDepartments,        in analyzing felony case processing trends. Both     Completion: ContinuingActivity
                 OBTS, Prosecutors                   the seriousness score and concurrency rings are
                                                                                                          Contact:    DavidJones
Date of                                              now being used in a study of racial disparity in                          (919) 571°4736
Completion: ContinuingActivity                       felony processing.
Contact:    Richard Ely                              Data
                 (518) 457-8381                      Sources:    CCH, OBTS                                C o m m u n i t y Policing A u t o m a t i o n
                                                     Date of                                              and Reporting
                                                     Completion: ContinuingActivity                       This project seeks to automate community polic-
Prison Population Projections
                                                     Contact:    RichardEly                               ing for the small police department. The commu-
The SAC developed methods for projecting the                          (518) 457-8381                      nity will be defined by variables that describe the
prison population and employed these over the                                                             whole community, a community in trouble, and
past several years to gauge the impact of pro-                                                            what makes a community viable. The intention
posed legislation on the prison population.




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NORTH CAROLINA-NORTH CAROLINA

is tO provide a technological tool to local govem-      Data                                                 Family, School, Community, and
ments seeking to use community policing to stem         Sources:          Courts, PoliceDepartments,
the decline of their communities.
                                                                                                             Economic Factors Associated
                                                                          Sheriffs' Departments,School
                                                                          Systems
                                                                                                             with Juvenile Crime in North
Data
                                                                                                             Carolina: A System Impact
Sources:           Police Departments                   Date of
                                                                                                             Assessment
Date of                                                 Completion: 04/30/95
Completion:        11/01/96                             Contact:    James Klopovic                           An analysis of familial, educational, community,
Contact:           David Jones                                            (919) 571-4736                     demographic, and economic data was con-
                                                                                                             ducted in an effort to identify those factors which
                   (919) 571-4736
                                                                                                             demonstrate a significant association with the
                                                        Crime Analysis Mapping                               case processing activities of the juvenile justice
C o m m u n i t y Policing Liaison and                                                                       system. The study sought to identify those fam-
                                                        This project is designed to implement a geo-         ily, community, school, and economic factors
Recognition                                             graphic information system which will aid crime      which serve as the best predictors of increasing
This project seeks to recognize exemplary pro-          analysis activities within the community policing    juvenile arrests, filings of delinquency petitions,
grams and individuals involved in community             environment of the City of Asheville. The geo-       and training school admissions.
policing. It also will network community policing       graphic information system will also serve as a
                                                        community policing evaluation tool.                  Data
at the Federal, State, and local levels to facilitate                                                        Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
the replication of successful community policing        Date of                                                                Juvenile InformationSystem, UCR
ideas and programs.                                     Completion: 4/30/97
                                                                                                             Date of
Data                                                    Contact:    James Klopovic                           Completion: 11/01/95
Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'                            (919) 571-4736
                  Departments, Survey
                                                                                                             Contact:    Doug Yearwood
                                                                                                                               (919) 571-4736
Date of
Completion: 09/01/96                                    D e v e l o p m e n t Impact and Policy
                                                        Analysis of C o m m u n i t y Policing in            Inmate Infraction Study
Contact:    David Jones
                  (919) 571-4736
                                                        North Carolina
                                                                                                             This project studies infraction rates between
                                                        This project will assess the impact of community     structured sentencing and fair sentencing. The
                                                        policing and identify effective community policing   purpose is to determine the impact of reduced
C o m m u n i t y Policing Program                      practices. Residents and police personnel in six     discipline between the two sentencing struc-
Evaluation and Analysis                                 communities will be surveyed. A report on com-       tures, which has implications for inmate manage-
                                                        munity policing will be produced, along with an      ment.
The Criminal Justice Analysis Center will con-
                                                        effective practices handbook and briefings to
duct an exploratory survey to ascertain current         assist communities interested in adopting com-       Data
community-oriented policing philosophies, pro-                                                               Sources:              of
                                                                                                                         Department Corrections
                                                        munity-oriented policing.
grams, and initiatives which are in operation                                                                Date of
throughout the State. An extensive and detailed         Data
                                                        Sources:    Survey,interviews                        Completion: 12/20/96
program evaluation will be conducted for five of
six sites receiving formula grant funds in order        Date of                                              Contact:    James Klopovic
to assess programs' impact on the community             Completion: 12/20/96                                                   (919) 571-4736
and its residents. The project further seeks to         Contact:    James Klopovic
develop the North Carolina Model for Community                            (919) 571-4736
Policing and detail program justification. By                                                                Juvenile Arrests: An Age Specific
developing program justification, description and                                                            Analysis of 1 9 7 6 - 1 9 9 4 Arrest
outline for planning, implementation, manage-           Evaluation of an Intensive                           Trends
ment, and institutionalization, we have basic
tools for program replication.
                                                        Chemical Dependency Program                          Arrest data for juveniles (under the age of 16)
                                                        Targeting I n c a r c e r a t e d Offenders          and youthful offenders (17 and 18 years old)
Data                                                                                                         were analyzed in an effort to delineate trends
Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'          The Criminal Justice Analysis Center will initiate   during the period of 1976-1994. Part I violent
                  Departments,Survey                    and implement a comprehensive program evalu-         and property offenses, as well as selected Part
Date of                                                 ation in order to assess the Department of Cor-      II offenses, were included in this analysis in an
Completion: 06/01/96                                    rection's Drug Abuse Rehabilitation and Treat-       effort to examine how arrests for these offenses
                                                        ment (DART) substance abuse intervention             have varied between the two sets of young
Contact:    David Jones                                 project.                                             offenders.
                  (919) 571-4736
                                                        Data                                                 Data
                                                        Sources:.        CCH, CorrectionsDepartments,        Sources:         Juvenile InformationSystem,
C o m m u n i t y Policing via T h e                                     UCR                                                  UCR
School R e s o u r c e Officer Model                    Date of                                              Date of
                                                        Completion: 10/01/95                                 Completion: ContinuingActivity
Preventing school violence via school resource
officers is a promising community policing inter-
                                                        Contact:    David Jones                              Contact:    Doug Yearwood
vention. Initial analysis determined that every                          (919) 571-4736                                       (919) 571-4736
officer assigned to a school as a trained School
Resource Officer (SRO) saves the community
more than $10,000 in court costs alone. Analysis                                                             T h e Juvenile Justice System in
indicates that this form of community policing is                                                            North Carolina: Past, Present, and
readily accepted and implemented because it                                                                  Projected Trends
has a relatively quick and significant impact. The
study outlines effective practices to replicate                                                              Arrest, court disposition, and training school
the intervention.                                                                                            admission data were analyzed for the period
                                                                                                             1981-1995 to delineate statewide system trends
                                                                                                             during this period. Projections were then derived

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from these data to forecast anticipated system      North Carolina Liaison for t h e                      Data
activities through the year 2010. Specific policy   D e v e l o p m e n t and Recognition of              Sources:           Courts, Health-RelatedFacilities,
implications, ramifications, and recommenda-                                                                                 Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                    C o m m u n i t y Policing                                               Departments,SchoolSystems
tions were offered on the basis of these fore-
casts.                                              This project assesses the state of community-         Date of
                                                    oriented policing in the State to learn of current    Completion: 12/31/96
Data
                                                    developments, and promotes proven practices
Sources:         UCR, JuvenileInformation                                                                 Contact:    James Klopovic
                                                    via a clearinghouse function and a formal recog-
                 System                                                                                                      (919) 571-4736
                                                    nition program. Its purpose is to fill the need for
Date of                                             timely information sharing between law enforce-
Completion: 08/31/96                                ment agencies to strengthen existing efforts and
                                                                                                          S t a t e Reporting a n d E v a l u a t i o n
Contact:    Doug Yearwood                           replicate the most effective models of commu-
                 (919) 571-4736                     nity policing.                                        Program (SREP)
                                                    Date of                                               The Criminal Justice Analysis Center is partici-
                                                    Completion: 12/20197                                  pating in the State Reporting and Evaluation Pro-
Legislative Monitoring                                                                                    gram (SREP), coordinated by the Justice
                                                    Contact:    James Klopovic
The Criminal Justice Analysis Center monitors                                                             Research and Statistics Association through a
                                                                      (919) 571-4736
the progress of legislation introduced during                                                             grant from BJA. The purpose of SREP is to
each session of the North Carolina General                                                                assess the impact of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act
Assembly. Special emphasis is on legislation        Progress Report, 1993.1996                            funds. Emphasis in North Carolina will be on the
proposed by the Govemor's Crime Commission,                                                               reporting and evaluation of the State's formula
especially that pertaining to sentencing reform     Over the last four years, the Governor's Crime        grant strategic plan.
                                                    Commission implemented a strategic planning           Data
and prison overcrowding.
                                                    process for the administration of Federal block       Sources:           CCH, OBSCIS, Police
Data                                                grant funds. This report illustrates how this pro-
Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections                                                                                    Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                    cess facilitates the development of program and                          Departments
                 Departments,Jail Information       policy recommendationswhich result in the fund-
                 Systems, JuvenileInformation       ing of positive and effective programs across         Date of
                 System, OBSCIS, Police             the State.                                            Completion: ContinuingActivity
                 Departments,Probation/Parole,                                                            Contact:    DavidJones
                 Prosecutors, UCR                   Date of
                                                    Completion: 09/30/96                                                     (919) 571-4736
Date of
                                                    Contact:    DavidJones
Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                                      (919) 571-4736                      Study of t h e I m p a c t of Carry
Contact:    DavidJones
                 (919) 571-4736                                                                           Concealed Weapon Legislation
                                                    P r o p e r t y Crime in an Era of Drugs              The North Carolina General Assembly enacted
                                                    and V i o l e n c e                                   legislation for qualified and licensed citizens to
Multijurisdictional Drug T a s k                                                                          carry a concealed weapon. This project seeks
Force: A Policy I m p a c t                         A ten-year trend analysis of reported property        to determine the impact of that legislation.
Assessment                                          crime, arrests, offense clearance rates, and the
                                                    amount of stolen and recovered property was           Data
Multijurisdictional drug task forces were estab-    conducted in an effort to delineateboth statewide     Sources:           Police Departments,Shedffs'
lished as a response to drugs and subsequent        and county specific information. Specific atten-                         Departments
increase in crime and violence rates. This study    tion was directed toward analyzing how the prop-      Date of
comments on the effect this intervention has had    erty crimes of burglary, larceny, and motor vehi-     Completion: 01101/97
on the criminal justice system in North Carolina.   cle theft have been affected by the dramatic          Contact:    DavidJones
Data                                                increase in drug-related and violent crime which                         (919) 571-4736
Sources:         Courts, PoliceDepartments,         occurred during the past decade.
                 Sheriffs' Departments,Survey       Data
Date of                                             Sources:    UCR                                       Systemstats
Completion: ContinuingActivity                      Date of                                               A news bulletin published by the Criminal Justice
Contact:    DavidJones                              Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Analysis Center, Systemstatspresents data and
                 (919) 571-4736                     Contact:    Doug Yearwood                             information on salient crime and cdminal justice
                                                                      (919) 571-4736                      issues. The topics are usually being considered
                                                                                                          by the Govemors's Crime Commission for policy
North Carolina Governor's Crime                                                                           or legislative recommendations.
Commission W e b Site                               School V i o l e n c e P r e v e n t i o n            Date of
The Governor's Crime Commission developed           Policy/Program Analysis                               Completion: ContinuingActivity
a site on the World Wide Web. It includes all       Assigning specially trained law enforcement           Contact:    David Jones
publications from the Statistical Analysis Center   officers to schools dramatically reduces violence                         (919) 571-4736
and the Crime Commission. The address is            in schools. Initial analysis determined that the
http://www.gcc.dcc.state.nc.us                      School Resource Officer (SRO) program is effi-
Date of                                             cient, effective, measurable, and enjoys broad        T e c h n i c a l A s s i s t a n c e for t h e
Gompletion: ContinuingActivity                      local support. The Govemor's Cdme Commis-             I m p l e m e n t a t i o n of a S t a t e w i d e
                                                    sion model for SRO programs is being replicated       Criminal J u s t i c e I n f o r m a t i o n
Contact:    Scott Peters
                                                    at several locations throughout North Carolina.
                 (919) 571-4736                                                                           Network
                                                    The purpose of this analysis is to determine the
                                                    specific community impact of this intervention.       The Criminal Justice Analysis Center will provide
                                                                                                          technical assistance to local and State criminal
                                                                                                          justice agencies in order to operationalize and



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implement the developmentof a statewide crimi-         Date of                                                 Data
nal justice information network. Center staff will     Completion: ContinuingActivity                          Sources:    IBR, UCR
be involved with monitoring the progress of the        Contact:    Judith Volk                                 Date of
Criminal Justice Information Network Study                                 (701) 328-5500                      Completion: ContinuingActivity
Group and its recommendations to the State's
General Assembly.                                                                                              Contact:    Judith Volk
                                                                                                                                 (701) 328-5500
Date of                                                R e p o r t on A r r e s t s a n d
Completion:         ContinuingActivity                 I n c a r c e r a t i o n s for Driving U n d e r
Contact:            David Jones                        the Influence                                           S t a t e UCR/IBR Program
                    (919) 571-4736
                                                       This report utilizes arrest information collected       The SAC maintainsthe Uniform Crime Reporting
                                                       through the UCR and IBR reporting systems and            (UCR) program in the State and prepares an
T e c h n i c a l A s s i s t a n c e to t h e         incarceration information collected through the         annual report that summarizes crime data for
                                                       Juvenile Detention Record System and North               North Dakota. In April 1988 the State began to
S e n t e n c i n g a n d Policy Advisory              Dakota Jail Information System. DUI data for a          convert to an Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)
Commission                                             ten-year period are analyzed.                           system. All of the participating law enforcement
The Criminal Justice Analysis Center will provide      Data                                                    agencies use a standard State-supplied incident
technical assistance to the staff of the newly         Sources:            CorrectionsDepartments,Jail         report form. Approximately 75% of the IBR
appointed Sentencing and Policy Advisory Com-                              InformationSystems, IBR, Police     agencies transfer data via electronic media.
mission as it attempts to implement a criminal                             Departments,Sheriffs'               Small agencies were provided with a State-
justice simulation and forecasting model. This                             Departments,UCR                     developed IBR PC software package, a modem
activity will result in the creation and mainte-                                                               and communication software, and were assisted
                                                       Date of                                                 in acquiring PC equipment through Anti-Drug
nance of a comprehensive, offender-based crim-         Completion: ContinuingActivity
inal justice system database that will be used in                                                              Abuse Act funds. North Dakota was one of the
simulation modeling for sentencing impact              Contact:    Judith Volk                                 first states to gain acceptance of its submission
assessment.                                                                (701) 328-5500                      of NIBRS data to the FBI.
Date of                                                                                                        Data
Completion:         ContinuingActivity                                                                         Sources:          IBR, PoliceDepartments,Sheriffs'
                                                       R e p o r t on A r r e s t s a n d
                                                                                                                                 Departments,UCR
Contact:            David Jones                        I n c a r c e r a t i o n s for D r u g Offenses
                    (919) 571-4736                                                                             Date of
                                                       This report utilizes arrest information collected       Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                       through the UCR and IBR reporting systems and           Contact:    Judith Volk
                                                       incarceration information collected through the                           (701) 328-5500
                                                       Juvenile Detention Record System and North
     NORTH DAKOTA                                      Dakota Jail Information System. Data for a ten-
                                                       year period are analyzed.                               V i c t i m / W i t n e s s A d v o c a t e Program
                                                       Data                                                    A c t i v i t y Reporting
Juvenile Detention Record                              Sources:            CorrectionsDepartments,Jail
System                                                                     InformationSystems, IBR, Police     Victirn/Witness Advocate Programs throughout
                                                                           Departments,Sheriffs'               the State submit activity reports to the SAC on
Juvenile detention data are collected from all                                                                 each case or contact. The kinds of cases, con-
                                                                           Departments,UCR
agencies that detain juveniles in secure or non-                                                               tacts, and victims are recorded to measure the
secure settings. The system allows for multiple        Date of                                                 demand and substantiate the need for services.
changes in legal status throughout a single            Completion: ContinuingActivity
detention experience. Data are used to monitor
                                                                                                               Date of
                                                       Contact:    Judith Volk                                 Completion: ContinuingActivity
juvenile detention and to meet Federal reporting                           (701) 328-5500
requirements.                                                                                                  Contact:    Judith Volk
Data                                                                                                                             (701) 328-5500
Sources:            Corrections Departments,Police     R e p o r t on A r r e s t s o f J u v e n i l e s
                    Departments,Sheriffs'              This report utilizes arrest information collected
                    Departments                        through the UCR and IBR reporting systems to
Date of
Completion:         ContinuingActivity
                                                       provide analysis of juvenile arrests during a ten-
                                                       year period.                                                            MARIANA I
                                                                                                                   ISLANDsNORTHERN
Contact:            Judith Volk                        Data
                    (701) 328-5500                     Sources:            IBR, Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                                           Departments,UCR                     Criminal J u s t i c e Information
                                                       Date of                                                 S y s t e m (CJIS)
N o r t h D a k o t a Jail I n f o r m a t i o n       Completion: ContinuingActivity
System                                                                                                         This program is designed to automate the
                                                       Contact:    Judith Volk                                 CNM rs criminal records, link the various criminal
This system is operated by the SAC for the                                 (701) 328-5500                      justice systems via a computer network, and
Department of Corrections. Each local correc-                                                                  develop a fingerprint-based criminal history
tional facility in the State contributes incarcera-                                                            record. The program is utilizing the CNMI-
tion data from a standard jail register form on a      R e p o r t on H o m i c i d e in North                 LEMIS, a law enforcement management infor-
quarterly basis. An annual report presents jail        Dakota                                                  mation system developed by SEARCH Group
data from all local correctional facilities in North                                                           Inc.
Dakota with an accompanying analysis.                  This report utilizes data collected through the
                                                       UCR and IBR reporting systems to analyze                Data
Data                                                   homicide information from 1978 to the present.          Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
Sources:            CorrectionsDepartments,Jail        Included in the analysis are victim and offender                          Departmentof Immigrationand
                    InformationSystems                 characteristics, weapon use, and incidents invol-                         Labor, PoliceDepartments,
                                                       ving domestic violence.                                                   Prosecutors


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                                                                                                           NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS-OHIO

Date of                                               A u t o m a t e d Fingerprint                          grant which supported the effort. The council
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Identification S y s t e m (AFIS)                      published its plan for Ohio in October 1994. The
Contact:    Jack. T. Ogumoro                                                                                 SAC was actively involved in the passage of
                                                      The SAC provides limited research and had an           major DNA legislation in Ohio in Spring 1995.
                 (670) 664-4550
                                                      ex officio membership on the statewide AFIS
                                                                                                             Date of
                                                      Advisory Council for this project of the Attorney
                                                                                                             Completion: 12/31/95
D o m e s t i c A b u s e T a s k Force               General. The bid award for program implementa-
                                                      tion (hardware and software) was made in late          Contact:    Jeff Knowles
(DATF)                                                1993, with full implementation scheduled for                             (614) 466-5174
The Domestic Abuse Task Force (DATF) pro-             late 1996.
gram is a centralized, coordinated, multi-disci-      Data
plinary response to domestic violence, with an                                                               D e v e l o p m e n t of Drug U s e
                                                      Sources:          AFIS, PoliceDepartments,
emphasis on victim safety and/or prevention of                          Sheriffs' Departments                F o r e c a s t i n g (Offender T e s t i n g )
further and more serious violence or injury to                                                               Sites
women and/or juvenile family members. The
                                                      Date of
DATF includes a prosecutor, a victim's advocate,
                                                      Completion: 12/15/95                                   The Ohio SAC aided the State Department of
                                                      Contact:    Jeff Knowles                               Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services in securing
two police officers, and social workers. The pros-
                                                                        (614) 466-5174                       a one-time collection of felony-arrestee urine
ecutor serves as the team manager.
                                                                                                             samples from eight separate Ohio sites in 1995.
Data                                                                                                         Samples from juveniles and females were
Sources:    Survey
                                                      A C e n s u s of Ohio L a w                            included. A final report has been completed.
Date of                                               Enforcement                                            Data
Completion: ContinuingActivity                                                                               Sources:          Jail InformationSystems, Juvenile
                                                      This survey was a part of the law enforcement                            DetentionCenters,Sheriffs'
Contact:    Loren Sutton
                                                      task analysis study being conducted by the SAC                           Departments
                 (670) 664-2366
                                                      for the Ohio Peace Officer Training Council. It
                                                      secured information on nearly 24,000 Ohio offi-        Date of
                                                      cers in 945 police departments, sheriffs' offices,     Completion: 12/31/95
I n t e r a g e n c y Financial C r i m e s and
                                                      campus police departments, and State park law          Contact:    Jeff Knowles
Drug E n f o r c e m e n t T a s k F o r c e          enforcement agencies. It was the first such cen-                         (614) 466-5174
The Task Force is making an effort to integrate       sus in Ohio in many years.
interdiction, investigation, and prosecution of       Data
drug offenses, drug-related violent crimes, gov-      Sources:          Park Rangers, Police                 Drug R e s e a r c h (Criminal)
ernment corruption, organized crime, and                                Departments,SchoolSystems,           This research has involved conducting citizen
related offenses. It is composed of the Depart-                         Sheriffs' Departments,Survey         attitude surveys; utilizing the work of Drug Use
ment of Public Safety (Criminal Investigation                                                                Forecasting (DUF) sites in Ohio; assisting with
Section), the Department of Finance (Division of
                                                      Date of
                                                      Completion:       12/01/95                             the annual BJA Drug Plan Analysis; maintaining
Customs Service-Enforcement Branch), and the                                                                 an inventory of all Ohio-related National Institute
Office of the Attomey General (Criminal Divi-         Contact:          MelissaWinesburg
                                                                                                             on Drug Abuse (NIDA) reports; and participating
sion). The Task Force has recently joined forces                        (614) 468-5468
                                                                                                             in the National State Reporting and Evaluation
with Federal agencies such as the DEA, FBI,                                                                  Program. Statewide drug and alcohol citizen atti-
and U.S. Customs.                                                                                            tude surveys were completed in 1988 and 1990.
                                                      C o m p u t e r i z e d Criminal Histories
Data                                                                                                         Data
Sources:         Customs Departments,Federal          Upgrade
                                                                                                             Sources:          CorrectionsDepartments,Jail
                 Agencies, PoliceDepartments,         The Office of Criminal Justice Services' (OCJS)                          InformationSystems, Probation/
                 Prosecution                          Information Section is coordinating efforts to                           Parole, Prosecutors,Shedffs'
Date of                                               upgrade the quantity and quality of CCH in Ohio,                         Departments,Survey,Treatment
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        with an emphasis on dispositional reporting. The                         Centers, UCR
                                                      Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investiga-
Contact:    Loren Sutton                                                                                     Date of
                                                      tion completed its first CCH audit/needs assess-
                 (670) 664-2366                                                                              Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                      ment in February 1994. OCJS is administering
                                                      the Brady program in Ohio. A statewide CJIS            Contact:    Jeff Knowles
                                                      plan was approved in Spring 1996.                                        (614) 466-5174
                                                      Data
I OHIO                                            ]   Sources:         CorrectionsDepartments,Jail
                                                                       InformationSystems, Prosecutors
                                                                                                             Evaluation of C o m m u n i t y -
                                                                                                             Oriented Policing (COP) in T o l e d o
                                                      Date of
Analysis of Ohio Uniform Crime                        Completion: ContinuingActivity                         This project began in earnest in January 1996.
Reporting (UCR) D a t a                                                                                      It is a three-year effort which attempts to isolate
                                                      Contact:    MelissaWinesburg
                                                                                                             and focus COP efforts in Toledo via: 1) the cre-
The SAC received the Ohio UCR database gen-                            (614) 468-5468
                                                                                                             ation of target and control groups in small and
erated annually by the FBI. However, the formal
                                                                                                             well identified neighborhoods, 2) citizen surveys
UCR function falls to the Information Section.
                                                                                                             in those neighborhoodsto ascertain critical prob-
Data                                                  D N A R e s e a r c h and Planning
                                                                                                             lems, 3) establishment of partnership developed
Sources:         Police Departments,Sheriffs'         Developing forensics uses of DNA in Ohio is            (citizen-police department) intervention strategy
                 Departments,UCR                      primarily the responsibility of the State Bureau       to address the key problem in the target neigh-
Date of                                               of Criminal Identification and Investigation. The      borhood, 4) development of measurements of
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        SAC produces periodic briefs concerning the            strategy effectiveness, and 5) on-going mea-
                                                      status of the program's implementation, state-         surements and citizen survey follow-ups.
Contact:    Bob Swisher
                 (614) 644-8230                       of-the-art technologies in the field, and implica-     Data
                                                      tions for policy. The SAC Director also served         Sources:          Police Departments,Survey
                                                      on the DNA Advisory Council and oversaw the



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OHIO-OHIO

Date of                                                 Public A w a r e n e s s / E d u c a t i o n RE:     Date of
Completion:         ContinuingActivity                  C r i m e a n d Criminal J u s t i c e in            Completion: ContinuingActivity
contact:            Jeff Knowles                        Ohio                                                 Contact:    MelissaWinesburg
                    (614) 466-5174                                                                                       (614) 466-5468
                                                        The SAC Director made eight central Ohio
                                                        Rotary Club presentations during the summer
Ohio N a t i o n a l I n c i d e n t . B a s e d        and fall of 1995 as part of an on-going effort to    Sheriffs' Jail L i n k a g e S y s t e m
Reporting System (NIBRS)                                increase citizen knowledge and understanding         (SJLS)
                                                        of crime and justice; more are scheduled for
From 1986 to 1994 the Ohio SAC has spear-               1996. The center-piece of the presentation is a      The SJLS, funded by the SAC's parent agency,
headed efforts to reestablish a State-level crime       slide series generated from graphics contained       Office of Criminal Justice Services, established
reporting program and to implement the NIBRS            in the 1995 State of Crime and Criminal Justice      a pc-modem-based system at the booking sta-
program in Ohio. Initial NIBRS data collection          in Ohio report.                                      tion of almost every county sheriffs' jail in Ohio.
began in 1992. The SAC developed a reporting            Data                                                 More than 80 of the 88 counties are either on-
manual, a model incident report form, and a pilot       Sources:    Media Sources, Survey                    line or committed to getting on-line. The SJLS
project. A statewide software program was                                                                    database provides a wide range of crime and
implemented in 1994. The OCJS Information               Date of                                              offender data, as well as information on the daily
Section is now coordinating NIBRS in Ohio, with         Completion: ContinuingActivity                       status of every jail inmate in the State.
the role of the Research section targeted more          Contact:    Jeff Knowles                             Data
toward analysis.                                                             (614) 466-5174                  Sources:            Departments
                                                                                                                         Sheriffs'
Data                                                                                                         Date of
Sources:            IBR, Police Departments,Sheriffs'                                                        Completion: ContinuingActivity
                    Departments                         R e s e a r c h Support for t h e
                                                        D e v e l o p m e n t of Criminal J u s t i c e      Contact:    MelissaWinesburg
Date of                                                                                                                         (614) 468-5468
Completion:         ContinuingActivity                  Data Systems
Contact:            MeliseaWinesburg                    The OCJS Information Section oversees the
                    (614) 468-5468                      Criminal Justice Information Systems Advisory        The State of Crime and Criminal
                                                        Board, which is directing the State toward           Justice in Ohio Report (2nd
                                                        greater system interaction via the development
                                                                                                             Edition)
The Ohio Police Behavior Study                          of a State CJIS plan. The Board also gives direc-
                                                        tion to Ohio's 5% set-aside program aimed at         This 112-page, four color report is an informa-
Planning for this sensitive and difficult piece of      upgrading the CCH. SAC support comes primar-         tion-based profile of crime and criminal justice
research began in 1990, but the descriptive final       ily from its Ohio representation in SEARCH,          in Ohio. It is a follow-up to the first edition of the
report was not completed until February 1996.           although that particular role concluded in Sep-      report which was published in 1987. The report
The study saw some 700 officers in 150 local            tember 1996.                                         highlights key Ohio and national data sets in all
police departments respond to a detailed survey                                                              components of the criminal justice system, and
which asked them to 1) rate the seriousness of          Data
                                                        Sources:             CCH, Courts, Corrections        includes numerous in-set editorials from cdminal
police misbehavior (if any) in 35 hypothetical                                                               justice system experts to give context for the
scenarios, and 2) report the number of times                                 Departments,Jail Information
                                                                             Systems, JuvenileInformation    data. A color slide presentation of the report is
they had witnessed specific behaviors in fellow                                                              being presented to Central Ohio Rotary Clubs
officers ranging from borderline ethical issues to                           System, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'
                                                                             Departments                     in 1995 and 1996.
outright felonies. Illinois was Ohio's partner in
this piece of regional research supported by a          Date of                                              Data
BJS grant.                                              Completion:          ContinuingActivity              Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                                                                                                Health-RelatedFacilities,Jail
Data                                                    Contact:             MelissaWinesburg                                   InformationSystems, Police
Sources:            Police Departments,Survey                                (614) 468-5468                                     Departments, Probation/Parole,
Date of                                                                                                                         Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
Completion:         02/01/96                                                                                                    Departments,Survey,UCR
                                                        SAC R e s e a r c h R e q u e s t s and
Contact:            Mark Davis, Ph.D.                                                                        Date of
                                                        Responses
                    (614) 466-5868                                                                           Completion: 01/01/95
                                                        The SAC responds to requests for data or analy-      Contact:    Jeff Knowles
                                                        sis (150-200 per year).                                                 (614) 466-5174
P e a c e Officer T a s k A n a l y s i s               Date of
The SAC will survey several thousand basic-             Completion:          ContinuingActivity
level Ohio peace officers and their supervisors         Contact:             Jeff Knowles                    S u r v e y s of Ohio Citizen A t t i t u d e s
to ascertain the frequency of tasks performed                                (614) 466-5174                  C o n c e r n i n g C r i m e and Criminal
and their requisite knowledge, skills, and abiU-                                                             Justice
ties.
                                                                                                             The SAC conducted ten citizen attitude surveys
Data                                                    SEARCH--The National
                                                                                                             on a variety of issues including law enforcement,
Sources:            Police Departments,Sheriffs'        C o n s o r t i u m for J u s t i c e                courts, corrections, juvenile justice, and sub-
                    Departments                         I n f o r m a t i o n and S t a t i s t i c s        stance abuse.
Date of                                                 The SAC Director became Ohio's gubematori-           Data
Completion:         12/31/96                            ally appointed SEARCH representative in the fall     Sources:           Survey
Contact:            Richard Mukisa, Ph.D                of 1991. He is Vice Chair of the Research Policy     Date of
                    (614) 466-0344                      Advisory Committee and coordinates the State's       Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                        14-member network of key SEARCH contacts,
                                                        and presently serves on the Executive Board          Contact:    Jeff Knowles
                                                        and the Planning Committee (term and appoint-                           (614) 466-5174
                                                        ment to end September 1996).



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                                                                                                                                     OHIO-OKLAHOMA

                                                                                                             Date of
 I OKLAHOMA                                         I   This service was expandedin 1992 with the addi-
                                                        tion of statistical analysis and grants referral     Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                        information capabilities.                            Contact:    John Connors
                                                        Data                                                                   (405) 858-7025
 Frontier J u s t i c e - - A N e w s l e t t e r
                                                        Sources:         AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections
 for and by Oklahoma Criminal                                            Departments,Health-Related
 Justice Professionals                                                   Facilities,Jail Information         O k l a h o m a C r i m e S t o p p e r s Inc.
 Frontier Justice is published four times per year                       Systems, JuvenileInformation        Crime Stoppers, Inc. will expand and enhance
 as a service to criminal justice professionals. The                     System, IBR, OBSCIS, OBTS,          the State Crime Stoppers program through train-
 goal is to share ideas and information, address                         Police Departments,Probation/       ing and initiation of crime stoppers programs in
 issues of interest, and open lines of communica-                        Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'       all counties of the State. This is a two-to three-
 tion.                                                                   Departments,Survey,School           year project. The program will establish a state-
                                                                         Systems, TreatmentCenters,          wide tip line along with a central crime stoppers
 Data                                                                    UCR
 Sources:           CriminalJustice Agencies,Police                                                          coordinating office.
                    Departments,Sheriffs'               Date of                                              Data
                    Departments                         Completion: ContinuingActivity                       Sources:          Police Departments,Sheriffs'
"I Date of                                              Contact:    Fran Ferrari                                               Departments
  Completion: ContinuingActivity                                          (405) 858°7025                     Date of
  Contact:    Bill Huntington                                                                                Completion: ContinuingActivity
                    (405) 855-7025                      Jail Population Projection and                       Contact:    Cindy Brown
                                                        Jail M a n a g e m e n t A s s i s t a n c e                           (4O5) 858-7025

 Governor's C o n f e r e n c e on t h e                The SAC provides jail officials with technical
 C o m m u n i t y R e s p o n s e to Crime             assistance and consultation.                         O k l a h o m a Criminal J u s t i c e
 The Resource Center is actively involved in plan-      Data                                                 Research Consortium
 ning an annual conference. The conference is           Sources:          Courts, Jail InformationSystems,   In July 1992, sixty-two representatives of public
 sponsored by six different State and Federal                             Police Departments,Prosecutors,    and private colleges and universities met and
 cdminal justice agencies. Using the information                          Sheriffs' Departments              agreed to form a research consortium to assist
 gathered from the conference, the agencies set         Date of                                              criminal justice policy makers and legislative
 a legislativeagenda offering issues and possible       Completion: ContinuingActivity                       leaders in the evaluation of programs and the
 solutions to the Governorand legislativeleaders.       Contact:    Fran Ferrad                              identification of new programs. Consortium
 Data                                                                     (405) 858-7025                     membership continues to grow as representa-
 Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                                                          tives from Oklahoma's higher education institu-
                    Health-RelatedFacilities,Jail                                                            tions become aware of its activities. The yearly
                    InformationSystems,Juvenile         L a w E n f o r c e m e n t Information              conferences include presentations by the indi-
                    InformationSystem, IBR, OBTS,       Link w i t h C o r r e c t i o n s (LINC)            viduals who completed projects for the Depart-
                    Police Departments,Probation/                                                            ment of Corrections and the SAC.
                    Parole,Sheriffs' Departments,       LINC is a data-sharing network through which
                                                                                                             Data
                    Survey, SchoolSystems               12 years of Department of Corrections felon          Sources=    CorrectionsDepartments
                                                        data --- probationer, inmate, and parolee - -
 Date of                                                are distributed to sheriffs departments, police      Date of
 Completion: ContinuingActivity                         departments, district attomeys, and State and        Completion: ContinuingActivity
 Contact:    Cindy Brown                                Federal agencies.                                    Contact:    Dan Lawrence,Ed.D.
                    (405) 858-7025                      Data                                                                   (405) 425-2627
                                                        Sources:         CorrectionsDepartments
 Grant Writing S e m i n a r                            Date of                                              O k l a h o m a Criminal J u s t i c e
                                                        Completion: continuingActivity
 The Resource Center conducts three-day                                                                      Resource Center Intem/Volunteer
 hands-on seminars that cover basic parts of            Contact:          Jim West                           Program
                                                                          (405) 425-2500
 grants, research techniques, planning, and pro-
                                                                                                             The Intern/Volunteer Program affords under-
 gram implementation. It includes both group and
                                                                                                             graduate and graduate students the opportunity
 individual work and employs the use of a work-                                                              to actively participate in criminal justice data
 book authored by Bill Huntington entitled Con-
                                                        LOCKDOWN
                                                                                                             gathering, analysis, and dissemination pro-
 structing Grant Proposals. Initially, six regional     LOCKDOWN is an effort to provide a software          cesses. Participants assist Resource Center
 seminars were scheduled, four classes con-             program to State law enfomement agencies that
                                                                                                             staff with research and related projects. Students
 ducted, and 52 individuals trained; future semi-       will help them manage their jail information         are recruited from programs in criminal justice,
 nars will be locally sponsored.                        records. The hope is to have one software pro-       law enforcement, public administration, and
 D a t e of                                             gram in use by all agencies to aid in sharing jail
                                                                                                             related social sciences. Training and opportuni-
 Completion: ContinuingActivity                         data within the State. The program is dissemin-      ties to work in multiple criminal justice disciplines
                                                        ated free of charge along with training, support,    are available. Seminar type training sessions
 Contact:           Bill Huntington                     and future upgrades. Future plans include tieing
                    (405) 858-7025                                                                           presented by professionals from different areas
                                                        together all agencies with the software program
                                                                                                             of criminal justice are available.
                                                        into one database. This information will be
                                                        shared among the law enforcement agencies            Date of
 Information R e q u e s t R e s p o n s e              and used by the SAC for statistical analysis.        Completion:        ContinuingActivity
 The SAC provides criminal justice information          Data                                                 Contact:           Fran Ferrafl
 and statistics In response to information requests     Sources:          Jail InformationSystems, Police                       (405) 858-7025
 from cdminal justice representatives and legisla-                        Departments,Sheriffs'
 tore; Federal, State, out of State, and local law                        Departments
 enforcement agencies; and the general public.


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OKLAHOMA-OKLAHOMA

O k l a h o m a Criminal J u s t i c e                O k l a h o m a S t r a t e g y for Drug and             S c h e d u l e II Drug T r a c k i n g
Systems Task Force                                    V i o l e n t C r i m e Control                          The SAC, in conjunction with the Oklahoma
The SAC provides staff support to the Criminal        Each year the SAC collects the data for the Dis-         Department of Corrections, assisted the Okla-
Justice Systems Task Force, the SAC's policy          trict Attorney's Council (State Administrative           homa Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
and advisory board, which is a legislatively man-     Agency) to complete its annual strategy on drugs         (OBNDD) in developingan automated Schedule
dated group responsible for improvements in the       and violent crime. The information is used to            II prescription drug tracking system. The SAC
criminal justice system.                              assess trends and direct the next year's strategy        began receiving data reports of Schedule II pre-
                                                      in addressing these issues.                              scription drugs on a monthly basis in 1992. Anal-
Data                                                                                                           ysis will be ongoing.
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,     Data
                  Juvenile InformationSystem,         Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,       Data
                  Police Departments,Probation/                          Prosecutors, UCR                      Sources:    Health-RelatedFacilities
                  Parole, Prosecutors,Shedffs'        Date of                                                  Date of
                  Departments, Survey,Treatment       Completion:        ContinuingActivity                    Completion: ContinuingActivity
                  Centers
                                                      Contact:           Fran Ferrari                          Contact:    Fran Ferrari
Date of                                                                  (405) 858-7025                                          (405) 858-7025
Completion:       ContinuingActivity
Contact:          Michael Parsons, Ph.D.
                  (405) 858-7025                      Prevention Coordination                                  Serious H a b i t u a l Offender
                                                                                                               C o m p r e h e n s i v e Action Program
                                                      Activities will be facilitated which assist State
                                                      and local agencies as well as private organiza-          (SHOCAP) Data System
Oklahoma Prevention Programs
                                                      tions and achieve crime interdiction and inter-          The SAC is participating with the State Depart-
Survey                                                vention goals and objectives.                            ment of Human Services, Juvenile Unit, and
A survey to identify crime prevention programs        Data                                                     other State agencies in developing a statewide
throughout the State was sent to a sample of          Sources:           CorrectionsDepartments,               SHOCAP data system that will provide informa-
criminal justice agencies, civic leaders, mental                         Juvenile InformationSystem,           tion on high-risk juveniles to participating coun-
health-related workers, and related groups. The                          Police Departments,Sheriffs'          ties.
second phase of the project will involve survey-                         Departments,Survey,School             Data
ing the groups identified in phase one to deter-                         Systems                               Sources:          JuvenileInformationSystem,
mine specific prevention topics, clients (adults,                                                                                Police Departments,Prosecutors,
                                                      Date of
children, eldedy, etc.), and other information to                                                                                Survey
                                                      Completion:        ContinuingActivity
describe the range of prevention programs in
Oklahoma.                                             Contact:           Cindy Brown                           Date of
                                                                         (405) 858-7025                        Completion: 07/01/96
Data
Sources:          Survey                                                                                       Contact:    MichaelParsons,Ph.D.
                                                                                                                                 (405) 858-7025
Date of                                               Radio S h a c k - - U n i t e d Against
Completion:       06/01/96                            Crime
Contact:          Cindy Brown                                                                                  S t a t e w i d e Criminal J u s t i c e
                                                      This is a joint project between the National Sher-
                  (405) 858-7025                                                                               Information S y s t e m D e v e l o p m e n t
                                                      iffs Association, the National Crime Prevention
                                                      Council, and Radio Shack to provide "United              The SAC is participating in the development of
                                                      Against Crime" network training.                         a State strategy to develop cooperativeactivities
Oklahoma Safety and Security
                                                      Data                                                     among criminal justice information systems.
G r a n t s C l e a r i n g h o u s e a n d Library
                                                      Sources:           CorrectionsDepartments,Health-        Data
The purpose of the Grants Clearinghouse is to                            RelatedFacilities,Juvenile            Sources:          AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections
assist State safety and security agencies to                             InformationSystem, Police                               Departments,Health-Related
develop non-traditional sources of funding;                              Departments,Sheriffs'                                   Facilities,Jail Information
develop grantsmanship capabilities within each                           Departments,SchoolSystems,                              Systems, JuvenileInformation
agency; and secure grants, donations and other                           TreatmentCenters                                        System, IBR, PoliceDepartments,
non-traditional funding. It coordinates efforts                                                                                  Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,
                                                      Date of
between agencies to maximize Federal, State,                                                                                     Sheriffs' Departments,UCR
                                                      Completion:        12/01/96
and non-traditional funding resources. Grants-
manship training is sponsored for agency grant        Contact:           Cindy Brown                           Date of
writing teams. A reference library containing                            (405) 858-7025                        Completion: ContinuingActivity
grant issuers also is maintained. Quarterly                                                                    Contact:    Fran Ferreri
updates of grant availability, references, and                                                                                   (405) 858-7025
available training resources are mailed to all        Safety and Security Resource
member agency heads and clearinghouse mem-            Guide a n d Points of C o n t a c t
bars.                                                                                                          Truth in Sentencing Policy
                                                      This activity consists of a listing of all 14 agencies
Data                                                  comprising the Safety and Security Cabinet of            Advisory C o m m i t t e e
Sources:          Corrections Departments,            Oklahoma. It includes names of agency heads,             The Oklahoma Truth in Sentencing Policy Advi-
                  Juvenile InformationSystem,         resource development officers, mission state-            sory Commission is charged with developing
                  Police Departments,Probation/       ment, duties and responsibilities for each               sentencing schedules, collecting and evaluating
                  Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'       agency. It will be updated annually.                     sentencing information, and developing a com-
                  Departments,Survey                  Date of                                                  munity corrections bill for the legislature.
Date of                                               Completion:        ContinuingActivity                    Data
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                  Contact:           Bill Huntington                       Sources:          AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections
Contact:          Bill Huntington                                        (405) 858-7025                                          Departments,Prosecutors,UCR
                  (405) 858-7025                                                                               Date of
                                                                                                               Completion: ContinuingActivity

40
                                                                                                                   OKLAHOMA.PENNSYLVANIA

Contact:          MichaelParsons                      C o u n t y Jail A u t o m a t i o n Project          Evaluation of C o m m u n i t y -
                  (405) 858-7025                                                                            Oriented Policing in P e n n s y l v a n i a
                                                      The SAC is assisting the Department of Correc-
                                                      tions in developing standards for electronic sub-     The SAC will produce an evaluation of Commu-
                                                      mission of jail information. Hardware and soft-       nity-Oriented Policing programs in three Penn-
                                                      ware purchase and modifications hopefully will        sylvania jurisdictions.
   OREGON                                         I   allow all counties to submit data electronically.
                                                      The goal is to increase data quality, quantity, and
                                                                                                            Data
                                                                                                            Sources:    Police Departments,Survey, UCR
                                                      accessibility while reducing reporting workloads
C l e a r i n g h o u s e for Criminal                for jails.                                            Date of
                                                                                                            Completion: 08/01196
J u s t i c e D a t a and D o c u m e n t s           Data
                                                      Sources:    Jail InformationSystems                   Contact:    Henry Sontheimer,Ph.D.
The SAC serves as a clearinghouse for criminal                                                                               (717) 787-5152
justice data and provides documents to govern-        Date of
mental agencies and the public.                       Completion: 01131/97
Data                                                  Contact:    Doug Hoffman                              Evaluation of I n t e r m e d i a t e
Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections                              (717) 787-5152                      Punishment Programs
                  Departments,Health-Related
                  Facilities,Jail Information                                                               The SAC will produce evaluationsof county-level
                                                      Criminal History R e c o r d s                        intermediate punishment programs in several
                  Systems, JuvenileInformation
                                                      Improvement Committee                                 Pennsylvania counties.
                  System, IBR, OBSCIS, Police
                  Departments,Probation/Parole,                                                             Data
                                                      The SAC chairs the Criminal History Records
                  Prosecutors, Sheriffs'                                                                    Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                      Improvement Committee, which is comprised of                           Jail InformationSystems, Police
                  Departments,Survey,UCR              representatives from all components of the                             Departments, Probation/Parole,
Date of                                               State's criminal justice system. The Committee's                       Survey
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        objective is to define the quality of the State's
Contact:    Phillip Lemman                            criminal history records data and to implement        Date of
                  (503) 378-2053                      improvements when appropriate.                        Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                      Data                                                  Contact:    Henry Sontheimer,Ph.D.
                                                      Sources:          AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections                       (717) 787-5152
Felony S e n t e n c i n g D a t a b a s e                              Departments,Jail Information
The SAC maintains a database of Felony Guide-                           Systems, IBR, OBTS, Police
                                                                        Departments, Probation/Parole,      PCCD On-Line
lines Sentencing Reports received from Circuit
Courts. It prepares an annual report on sentenc-                        Survey                              The SAC developed and maintains an electronic
ing practices as well as prison bed impact esti-      Date of                                               bulletin board with toll-free access in Pennsylva-
mates for proposed crime legislation. The SAC         Completion: ContinuingActivity                        nia. This bulletin board enables members of the
also responds to ad-hoc information requests for                                                            criminal justice community to send e-mail to and
                                                      Contact:    Phillip Renninger
sentencing information from various entities.                           (717) 787-5152                      exchange files with the Pennsylvania Commis-
                                                                                                            sion on Criminal Justice (PCCD).
Data
Sources:    Courts, Prosecutors                                                                             Date of
                                                      D e v e l o p m e n t of Longitudinal                 Completion: ContinuingActivity
Date of
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Offender Files                                        Contact:    Linda Rosenberg
                                                                                                                             (717) 787-5152
Contact:    Ed Deery                                  The SAC works with State Police to create and
                  (503) 378-2053                      update a criminal history file of persons first
                                                      arrested in a given period of time for use during
                                                                                                            Pennsylvania Law Enforcement
                                                      analysis of criminal careers and other topics.
                                                                                                            M a n a g e m e n t S y s t e m (PA-LEMIS)
                                                      Data
   PENNSYLVANIA                                   I   Sources:
                                                      Date of
                                                                  CCH, Courts                               PA-LEMIS is a public-domain police records
                                                                                                            management system designed for small and
                                                      Completion: ContinuingActivity                        medium-size police departments. The system 1)
                                                                                                            provides recordkeeping for incidents, name and
Annual Statistical Report                             Contact:    Doug Hoffman                              vehicle searches, parking tickets, warrants, traf-
This report presents data related to issues cur-                        (717) 787-5152                      fic citations, accidents, and personnel, and 2)
rently under discussion and debate by criminal                                                              generates Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) and
justice deqision makers.                                                                                    National Incident-Based Reporting System
                                                      Evaluating t h e Boot C a m p                         (NIBRS) data and reports.
Data                                                  Program in P e n n s y l v a n i a
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                                                           Data
                  Jail InformationSystems,OBTS,       The SAC will produce three annual evaluations         Sources:         CCH, IBR, Police Departments,
                  Police Departments,Probation/       of Pennsylvania's first boot camp.                                     UCR
                  Parole, Prosecutors,UCR             Data                                                  Date of
Date of                                               Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,     Completion: ContinuingActivity
Completion:       ContinuingActivity                                    Probation/Parole,Survey             Contact:    Unda Rosenberg
Contact:          Henry Sontheimer,Ph.D.              Date of                                                                (717) 787-5152
                  (717) 787-5152                      Completion: 02/01196
                                                      Contact:    Henry Sonthelmer,Ph.D.
                                                                        (717) 787-5152                      Prison and P a r o l e P o p u l a t i o n
                                                                        Puerto Rico                         Projections
                                                                                                            The SAC is presently engaged in a collaborative
                                                                                                            project with the Department of Corrections, the


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PENNSYLVANIA-RHODE                    ISLAND

Commission on Sentencing, the Board of Proba-        Child Abuse (Maltrato A Menores)                      Statistics and the Domestic
tion and Parole, and the Office of the Budget                                                              Violence Act
to produce a unified set of prison and parole        This report is an assessment of the available
population projections. The immediate goal is to     data on child abuse collected by the police           This is an assessment of the available data on
produce both projection and impact analyses to       department, Office of the Courts, the Department      domestic violence collected by different agen-
aid in correctional planning and policy decisions.   of Justice, Administration of Corrections, and the    cies within the criminal justice system. The need
The long-term goal is to develop a computer-         Department of Social Services                         for Uniform Crime Statistics is established.
based simulation model that would rely on the        Data                                                  Data
databases available from each agency.                Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections            Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections
Data                                                                   Departments,JuvenileInformation                      Departments,PoliceDepartments,
Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                       System, PoliceDepartments,                           Prosecutors
                 Jail InformationSystems, OBTS,                        Prosecutors
                                                                                                           Date of
                 Probation/Parole,UCR                Date of                                               Completion:      06/01/95
Date of                                              Completion:       12/01/95
                                                                                                           Contact:         Ana LeticiaJimenez
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                  Contact:          Nilsa RoddguezdeAviles                               (787) 729-2446
Contact:         Doug Hoffman                                          (787) 729-2469
                 (717) 787-5152
                                                     Cooperative Agreement--Local
Statewide Criminal Justice                           Area Network Enhancement--                            I RHODE ISLAND                                   I
Integrated System (CJIS)                             SAC 1
Development                                          The goals include the creation of a statistical       Crime Prevention a n d Community.
The SAC is coordinating the development of a         database structure related to firearms, drugs,        Based Policing Resource
computer network for sharing criminal justice        domestic violence, child abuse, and crime, as
                                                                                                           Directory
process data among State and local agencies.         well as enhancement of existing microcomputer
                                                     networks for statistical data collection, analysis,   The Directorycontains information pertaining to
Data                                                 and report generation.                                various areas regarding crime prevention and
Sources:         CCH, Courts, Corrections                                                                  community-based policing. Some of these areas
                 Departments,Jail Information        Data
                                                     Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections            include the role of the Governor's Justice Com-
                 Systems, OBTS                                                                             mission, the Rhode Island Crime Prevention
                                                                       Departments,JuvenileInformation
Date of                                                                System, Police Departments,         Association, the Drug Abuse Resistance Educe-
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                                    Probation/Parole,Prosecutors        tion (DARE) program, and Community Crime
Contact:         PhUlipRenninger                                                                           Prevention Groups. Also included in the report
                                                     Date of                                               are resource materials, Rhode Island Volunteer
                 (717) 787-5152                      Completion:       02/01/97                            Organizations and Human Service Agencies,
                                                     Contact:          Julio RosaSantiago                  Resource Groups, State Law Enforcement
                                                                       (809) 729-2465                      Agencies, and Local Law Enforcement Agency
                                                                                                           Programs.
I PUERTO RICO                                    ]   Domestic Violence:
                                                                                                           Data
                                                                                                           Sources:         Police Departments
                                                     Characteristics of the Offenders
Brief O u t l i n e o f C r i m e in Puerto                                                                Date of
                                                     Within the Criminal Justice                           Completion:      01/01/96
Rico                                                 System
                                                                                                           Contact:         Norman Dakake
This report includes the Type I offenses reported    This report presenis the availablestatistics in the                    (401) 277-2620
during 1993 and 1994. They are classified by         Computerized Criminal Record which describes
police areas and percent change.                     those individualswho are prosecuted with regard
Data                                                 to the Domestic Violence Act.                         D o m e s t i c V i o l e n c e in R h o d e
Sources:         Police Departments                  Data                                                  Island: A R e s e a r c h P a p e r
Date of                                              Sources:          CCH                                 S u m m a r i z i n g All Y e a r 1 9 9 4 DV.1
Completion:      06/01/95                            Date of                                               Forms
Contact:         Julio Rosa Santiago                 Completion=       ContinuingActivity                  The SAC will review and analyze data collected
                 (787) 729-2465                      Contact:          Ana LeticiaJimenez                  from approximately 4,000 domestic violence
                                                                       (787) 729-2446                      incident forms (DV-1) submitted for 1994. The
                                                                                                           main goal of this pending research paper is to
Bulletin                                                                                                   provide useful and practical information to:
Bulletins, published quarterly and yearly,           T h e R o l e of S A C R e l a t e d to               VAWA participants, Department of Health
describe Computerized Criminal Record (CCR)          NCHIP                                                 Domestic Violence grant recipients, and general
data, including dispositions and probable cause                                                            domestic violence practitioners.
                                                     This activity includes a summary of the tasks the
during the three month pedod (classified by Type     SAC is involved with pertaining to the NCHIP          Data
I and Type II crimes) and the city of occurrence.    grant and the Puerto Rico SAC needs. A status         Sources:         Courts
Data                                                 of statistical data on weapons in the criminal        Date of
Sources:         CCH                                 justice information system is also included.          Completion:      06/01/96
Date of                                              Date of                                               Contact:         Norman  Oakake
Completion:      ContinuingActivity                  Completion:       02/01/95                                             (401) 277-2620
Contact:         Ana LetlciaJimenez                  Contact:          Ana LeticiaJimenez
                 (787) 729-2446                                        (767) 729-2446




42
                                                                                                            RHODE I S L A N D - S O U T H C A R O L I N A

Factors Contributing to                                Data                                                 Date of
Overreprosentation of Minority                         Sources:         IBR, PoliceDepartments,UCR          Completion:     ContinuingActivity
Youths in Rhode Island's Juvenile                      D a t e of                                           Contact=        Rob McManus
Justice System                                         Completion:      11/01/95                                            (803) 896-8717
                                                       Contact:         Norman  Dakake
This report has been prepared for the Rhode                             (401) 277-2620
Island Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee of                                                               Study of Convenience Store
the Governor's Justice Commission to comply                                                                 Violence in Five S t a t e s
with sections 223(a)(23) of the Federal Juvenile
Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, which                                                               The SAC worked cooperatively with JRSA,
requires States to assess and address overre-
presentation of minodty youths in the Juvenile
                                                       I SOUTH CAROLINA                                     NIOSH, and SAC's from four other States to
                                                                                                            collect data from convenience store robbery vic-
Justice System. Phase One of the assessment                                                                 tims and offenders. Data was also gathered from
project, completed in 1992, determined that            Clearinghouse for Criminal                           incident reports.
minority youths, especially black youths, are          Justice Data and Information                         Data
indeed disproportionately represented in Rhode                                                              Sources:         IBR, PoliceDepartments,Sheriffs'
Island's juvenile justice system in comparison         The SAC serves as a clearinghouse for criminal                        Departments
with their share of the State's total youth popula-    justice data and information and as a link
tion. Phase Two of the project identifies reasons      between local, State, and Federal statistical        Date of
for minority overrepresentation and recom-             resources.                                           Completion:      10/31195
mends strategies for reducing the problem. The         Data                                                 Contact:         Rob McManus
contents of the report are based on interviews         Sources:       Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                        (803) 896-8717
conducted with a variety of persons knowledge-                        Jail InformationSystems,Juvenile
able about Rhode Island's juvenile justice sys-                       InformationSystem, IBR, Police
tem and minodty communities.                                          Departments,Probation/Parole,         Technical Assistance and Grant
Data                                                                  Prosecutors, Sheriffs'                Review
Sources:          Courts, JuvenileInformation                         Departments,Survey,School             The SAC will provide technical assistance to the
                  System, Survey,SchoolSystems                        Systems, UCR                          Drug Control and Systems Improvement Grant
Date of                                                Date of                                              Program, the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
Completion:        10/01195                            Completion:      ContinuingActivity                  Prevention Program, the Victims of Cdme Grant
                                                       Contact:         Rob McManus                         Program, and the Violence Against Women
Contact:           Norman  Dakake
                                                                        (803) 896-8717                      Grant Program in the areas of information sys-
                   (401) 277-2620
                                                                                                            tems, data requirements, and the development
                                                                                                            of State strategies. The SAC will also assist in
Gun Court.A Status and                                 Criminal Justice Information                         the review of grant applications as requested.
S t a t i s t i c a l Report                           Systems T a s k Force                                Data
                                                                                                            Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
The SAC will attempt to collect statistics, inter-     The SAC will convene, on a quarterly basis, the                       Jail InformationSystems,Juvenile
view key participants (judges, prosecutors, and        criminal justice system's information managers.                       InformationSystem, IBR, Police
City of Providence officials) relevant to this one-    This task force provides a forum for the                              Departments,Probation/Parole,
of-a-kind concept research, and then publish a         exchange of information among the members,                            Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
status report of the Gun Court's first year of oper-   and serves to provide information for the Crimi-                      Departments,Survey, School
ation. Presently, the City of Providence, alone,       nal Justice Records Improvement Strategy                              Systems, UCR
is paying for the program.                             developed for the Drug Control and System
                                                       Improvement Program. During 1996 this group          Date of
Data                                                                                                        Completion:      ContinuingActivity
                                                       will work closely with the State-Centered Project
Sources:           Courts, Prosecutors,Survey,UCR
                                                       funded bythe Edna McConnell Clark Foundation         Contact:         Rob McManus
Date of                                                which is working on developing altematives to                         (803) 896-8717
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                  incarceration.
Contact=           Norman Dakake                       Date of
                   (401) 277-2620                      Completion: Continuing       Activity                 Victims of Crime in South
                                                                                                             Carolina
                                                       Contact:          Rob McManus
Highlights and Analysis from 2 5                                         (803) 896-8717                     This publication provides a statistical overview
                                                                                                            of facts and trends concerning victims of violent
Years of Collecting Serious Crime                                                                           crime in South Carolina, and a review of the
Data                                                   South Carolina Criminal a n d                        services available to those victims.
This report tracks and analyzes seven major            Juvenile Justice Trends                               Data
cdme offenses over a period of 25 years (1970-         This publication provides a comprehensiveover-        Sources:        IBR
1994), for the State as a whole, and each city         view of trends in South Carolina's criminal and       Date of
and town participating in the UCR program. Spe-        juvenile justice systems. Information concerning      Completion:     04/01/95
cifically, the serious crime index addresses the       arrests, offenses, corrections, parole, commu-
following offenses: homicide, rape, robbery,                                                                 Contact=        Rob McManus
                                                       nity corrections, jails, juvenile justice, and the                    (803) 896-8717
assault, burglary, larceny, and motor vehicle          courts is presented.
theft. The aforementionedfall into the two classi-
fication sub-categorias of violent crimes and          Data
property crimes. It is intended that this 25-year      Sources=         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
study will provide to State and municipal admin-                        Health-RelatedFacilities,Jail
istrators, as well as law enforcement and pdvata                        InformationSystems,Juvenile
social service agencies, a bluepdnt of the last                         InformationSystem, IBR, Police
quarter century and further, a key planning                             Departments,Probation/Parole,
resource for the future.                                                Sheriffs' Departments,School
                                                                        Systems

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 SOUTH CAROLINA-SOUTH DAKOTA


I SOUTH DAKOTA                                        I   accurate assessment of the effectiveness of
                                                          the programs.
                                                                                                                   Epidemiology W o r k Group
                                                                                                                   The Statistical Clearinghouse Director partici-
                                                          Data
                                                                                                                   pates in the Statewids Epidemiology Work
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e S t a t i s t i c s for       Sources:            CCH, Courts, Corrections             Group. This group will meet regularly with the
South Dakota Police                                                           Departments,Survey,Treatment         ultimate goal of releasing a publication of South
                                                                              Centers                              Dakota Proceedings of alcohol and other drug
A survey of police chiefs in South Dakota is con-         Date of                                                  information.
ducted regularly and includes information on              Completion:         ContinuingActivity
budgets, salaries, benefits, personnel character-                                                                  Data
istics, and so forth. A report is released upon           Contact:            Cathie Bartels                       Sources:          CCH, Health-RelatedFacilities
completion.                                                                   (605) 773-3123                       Date of
Data                                                                                                               Completion:       Continuing Activity
Sources:              Police Departments,Survey           Crime In South D a k o t a                               Contact:          Halley Lee
Date of                                                                                                                              (605) 773-6312
Completion:           ContinuingActivity                  Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/National Inci-
                                                          dent Based Reporting System (NIBRS) data are
Contact:              Halley Lee                          analyzed for the State and presented in an               L a w E n f o r c e m e n t Coordinating
                      (605) 773-6312                      annual report, including a description of crime          C o m m i t t e e (LECC) V e n d o r
                                                          trends and an analysis of crime in the reporting
                                                          cities and counties of South Dakota.
                                                                                                                   Subcommittee
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e S t a t i s t i c s for                                                                The LECC arranges an information sharing/
                                                          Data
S o u t h D a k o t a Sheriffs                            Sources:            IBR, Police Departments,Sheriffs'    training meeting for law enforcement officials
A survey of the county sheriffs in South Dakota                               Departments,UCR                      representing all levels of government in the
is conducted regularly. It includes information on                                                                 State. These meetings are held twice a year.
                                                          Date of
budgets, salaries, benefits, personnel character-                                                                  Membership consists of all law enforcement and
                                                          Completion:         ContinuingActivity
istics, etc. A report is released upon completion.                                                                 support agencies in the State including police
                                                          Contact:            Halley Lee                           departments; sheriffs; Federal, State, and tribal
Data                                                                          (605) 773-6312                       law enforcement agencies and prosecutors; pro-
Sources:                      Departments,Survey
                      Sheriffs'                                                                                    bation; corrections; etc. The Statistical Clearing-
Date of .                                                                                                          house Director works closely with the LECC
Completion:           ContinuingActivity                  Criminal J u s t i c e R e c o r d s                     Coordinator to arrange vendor display areas at
Contact:              Halley Lee                          Improvement Task Force                                   each meeting.
                      (605) 773-6312                      The Statistical Clearinghouse Director was               Date of
                                                          appointed to represent the SAC on the Criminal           Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                          Justice Records Improvement Task Force. This             Contact:    HalleyLee
Basic Training Fitness Scores                             Task Force meets periodically to discuss issues                            (605) 773-6312
Analysis                                                  relating to the 5 percent set-aside funds of the
The SAC, in conjunction with the instructor for           Edward Byrne Memorial Grant.
the "Fitness and Nutrition" portion of the eight-         Date of                                                  Law-Related Education--Student
week basic training class at the Law Enforce-             Completion:         ContinuingActivity                   Profile
ment Training Academy, is tracking fitness levels         Contact:            Halley Lee                           The Law-Related Education Program is a project
and degrees of improvement for students in this                               (605) 773-6312                       that received funding through the Edward Byma
class. This study will continue with each class                                                                    Memorial Grant. This program filtered adjudi-
completing Basics. The results of this study are                                                                   cated youth through a law-related education cur-
graphically portrayed and used in each subse-             Criminal s t a t i s t i c s C l e a r i n g h o u s e   riculum. This SAC project focused on profiling
quent class to illustrate fitness levels.                                                                          the students which attended the law-related
                                                          The South Dakota Criminal Statistics Analysis
Date of                                                   Center operates on a State level to collect, ana-        classes.
Completion:          ContinuingActivity                   lyze, and report statistics on crime and justice         Data
Contact:             Halley Lee                           and to share State-level information with local,         Sources:    School Systems
                     (605) 773-6312                       State and Federal agencies and other interested          Date of
                                                          entities. Requests range from numbers of arrests         Completion: 09/01/95
                                                          for specific crimes, to research on a particular
Correctional Programs Evaluation                          criminal justice issue. These requests are han-          Contact:    Halley Lee
                                                          dled on a priority basis.                                                  (605) 773-6312
The substance abuse programs of the Depart-
ment of Corrections were started with funds from          Data
the Anti-Drug Abuse Acts of 1986 and 1988 to              Sources:            CCH, Courts, Corrections             SDSAC N e w s l e t t e r
meet the needs of inmates and parolees who                                    Departments,Health-Related
have drug and alcohol abuse problems. About                                   Facilities, IBR, Police              This quarterly newsletter reports the current
80% of inmates and parolees have chemical                                     Departments,Probation/Parole,        activities of the South Dakota Statistical Analysis
dependency problems. Before the implementa-                                   Prosecutors, Sheriffs'               Center (SDSAC), timely State statistics, and
tion of these programs, there were no structured                              Departments,Survey,School            information from BJS Bulletins and Special
chemical dependency services in the Depart-                                   Systems, TreatmentCenters,           Reports.
ment's penitentiary and parole programs. For                                  UCR                                  Data
the evaluation of the substance abuse programs            Date of                                                  Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections
the SAC collects demographic and program-                 Completion:        ContinuingActivity                                      Departments,Health-Related
matic data on the participants as well as 3- and                                                                                     Facilities, IBR, Police
12-month follow-up information. These data are
                                                          Contact:           Halley Lee
                                                                                                                                     Departments,Sheriffs'
linked to criminal history and penitentiary infor-                           (605) 773-6312
                                                                                                                                     Departments,Survey, UCR
mation, yielding a database that will provide an                                                                   Date of
                                                                                                                   Completion: ContinuingActMty


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                                                                                                                  SOUTH DAKOTA-TENNESSEE

Contact:          HalleyLee                           Data                                                  Data
                  (605) 773-6312                      Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,     Sources:         Police Departments,School
                                                                        Health-RelatedFacilities,IBR,                        Systems, UCR
                                                                        Police Departments,Probation/       Date of
South Dakota Criminal Justice                                           Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'       Completion: ContinuingActivity
Directory                                                               Departments,SchoolSystems,
                                                                        TreatmentCenters                    Contact:    Jackie Vandercook
This publication includes names, addresses, and                                                                              (615) 726-7970
phone numbers of all local, State, and Federal        Date of
criminal justice agencies in South Dakota and         Completion: ContinuingActivity
is widely distributed throughout the State.           Contact:    HalleyLee                                 Directory of Criminal Justice
Data                                                                    (605) 773-6312                      Agencies in T e n n e s s e e - - T h i r d
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                                                           Edition
                  Police Departments,Probation/                                                             The Directory provides addresses and phone
                  Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'       Statistical Support to t h e
                                                      A t t o r n e y General's O f f i c e                 numbers of all criminal justice agencies in Ten-
                  Departments                                                                               nessee including local, State, and Federal agen-
Date of                                               The South Dakota Attomey General's Office has         cies.
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        a need for various statistical data for legislative
                                                                                                            Data
Contact:    HalleyLee                                 purposes, case preparation, research, and press
                                                                                                            Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                  (605) 773-6312                      releases. The requests for data are handled on                         Juvenile InformationSystem,
                                                      a pdodty basis.                                                        Police Departments,Probation/
                                                      Data                                                                   Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'
South D a k o t a Drug A b u s e                      Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                      Departments
Warning N e t w o r k ( S D D A W N )                                   Health-RelatedFacilities,IBR,
                                                                                                            Date of
                                                                        Police Departments,Prosecutors,
The SAC, together with the Drug Law Enforce-                                                                Completion: 08/16/96
                                                                        Sheriffs' Departments,Survey,
ment Grant Program, is actively involved in the                         School Systems, Treatment           Contact:    Jackie Vandercook
South Dakota Drug Abuse Warning .Network                                Centers, UCR                                         (615) 726-7970
(SDDAWN). SDDAWN is a large-scale sub-
stance abuse data collection system designed          Date of
as an early warning indicator of the severity,        Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Follow-up for R e c i d i v i s m S t u d y
scope, and nature of South Dakota's drug abuse        Contact:    Halley Lee
problem. This program is patterned after the                            (605) 773-6312                      The sample of offenders who were not recommit-
National DAWN program.                                                                                      ted during the first two years after this release
                                                                                                            will be tracked for an additional two years to
Data                                                                                                        determine if they were recommitted during that
Sources:    Health-RelatedFacilities                  UCR Design (IBR)
                                                                                                            time period.
Date of                                               This project will establish Incident-Based
                                                                                                            Data
Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Reporting (IBR) in South Dakota. Under this sys-
                                                                                                            Sources:         CCH, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                      tem, the State will add more data elements than                        Probation/Parole
Contact:    Halley Lee
                                                      the FBI's 53 required elements. Because of the
                  (605) 773-6312                                                                            Date of
                                                      detailed nature of the data, collection will need
                                                      to be automated primarily in the transmissions        Completion: 07/01/96
South D a k o t a Drug I n v e s t i g a t o r s      from local law enforcement to State agencies.         Contact:    Jackie Vandemook
                                                      This project will assist local agencies by training                    (615) 726-7970
Meetings                                              officers in the collection of the necessary data
Since June 1993 the Drug Law Enforcement              and by supporting those agencies in establishing
Control Grant has sponsored Statewide Drug            automated systems to maintain the data. The           Tennessee Incident.Based
Investigators Meetings. These meetings are held       project will involve the developmentof the State-     Reporting System Users' M a n u a l
twice a year, and include training and intelligence   level system to accommodate the transmissions
exchange for all in attendance. The Statistical       of data from local agencies and the statistical       This manual was developed as a tool to accom-
Clearinghouse Director was appointed Secre-           manipulation of the data.                             pany National Incident-based Reporting System
tary to the Steering Committee that organizes                                                               software that was developed for law enforce-
                                                      Data                                                  ment agencies in Tennessee with some addi-
the meetings. Activities of the Secretary include     Sources:    IBR, UCR
assisting in training selection, making meeting                                                             tions to fulfil State mandates.
arrangements, preparing meeting materials,
                                                      Date of                                               Date of
                                                      Completion: ContinuingActivity                        Completion: 01/01/96
notifying attendees of meetings, etc.
                                                      Contact:    Karl Stulken                              Contact:    Jackie Vandercook
Date of
                                                                        (605) 773-6310                                       (615) 726-7970
Completion: ContinuingActivity
Contact:    HalleyLee
                  (605) 773-6312
                                                                                                            Truth in Sentencing a n d

S t a t e Reporting and Evaluation
                                                         TENNESSEE                                      ]   Recidivism S t u d y - - T w o . Y e a r
                                                                                                            Follow-Up
Program (SREP)                                                                                              A sample of approximately 3,800 felony offend-
                                                      Crime on Campus                                       ere released between July 1, 1989 and June 30,
This ongoing evaluation activity produces data
for both SREP and the South Dakota Attorney           Universities and colleges are required to report      1991 have been tracked for a period of four years
General's Task Force on Drugs to monitor drug         all incidents of crime on campus or within student    to determine if they returned to the corrections
control strategies and evaluate their impact.         housing to the Tennessee Bureau of Investiga-         system in Tennessee or other states. The study
                                                      tion. These reports are compiled into an              will focus on the relationship between the per-
                                                      annual report.                                        centage of sentence served and the rate of recid-
                                                                                                            ivism.


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Data                                                  juvenile crime. The Criminal Justice Policy Coun-      Criminal J u s t i c e Information
Sources:           CCH, CorrectionsDepartments,       cil is responsible for the evaluation of each com-     System Implementation
                   Probation/Parole                   munity's activities.
Date of                                               Data                                                   The SAC developed the strategy and oversees
Completion:        10/01/96                                                                                  the implementation of the Criminal Justice Infor-
                                                      Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                                                                             mation System (CJIS), which links the Compu-
Contact:           Jackie Vandercook                                     JuvenileInformationSystem,
                                                                                                             terized Criminal History (CCH) and Correctional
                   (615) 726-7970                                        Police Departments,Probation/
                                                                                                             Tracking System (CTS) to track offenders
                                                                         Parole, SchoolSystems, UCR
                                                                                                             through the criminal justice system. Electronic
                                                      Date of                                                reporting linkages with counties also are being
                                                      Completion: ContinuingActivity                         developed to improve court disposition informa-

I TEXAS                                           I   Contact:    Sheila Hughes
                                                                         (512) 463-1810
                                                                                                             tion and to update the State records more effec-
                                                                                                             tively. To thoroughly review implementation and
                                                                                                             build a consensus with State policy makers, the
                                                                                                             Criminal Justice Policy Council conducted a
A g i n g of t h e Prison P o p u l a t i o n
                                                      C r i m e S t a t i s t i c s of T e x a s and t h e   workshop and organized technical groups to
This project develops projections of the prison       T e n Most Populous S t a t e s                        work on the design and implementation of CJIS.
population by age, to determine the geriatric                                                                In 1992 the Criminal Justice Policy Council, in
needs of the prison system.                           This project is a comparison analysis of criminal      conjunction with the Texas Department of Public
                                                      justice statistics among the 50 states. Uniform        Safety and the Texas Department of Criminal
Data                                                  Crime Report data from 1993 is used to compare
Sources:           Texas Departmentof Criminal                                                               Justice, hosted three regional public hearings to
                                                      the states on crime, arrest, and incarceration         address local issues conceming CJIS implemen-
                   Justice                            rates. The analysis is focused on the ten most         tation.
Date of                                               populous states and any significant trends in
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                 data.                                                  Data
                                                                                                             Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections
Contact:           Pablo Martinez, Ph.D.              Data                                                                     Departments,PoliceDepartments,
                   (512) 463-1810                     Sources:           UCR                                                   Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,
                                                      Date of                                                                  Sheriffs' Departments
                                                      Completion:        10/01/95                            Date of
A n a l y s i s of Adult a n d J u v e n i l e
Crime Data                                            Contact:           Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.                Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                                         (512) 463-1810                      Contact:    Gene Draper
The Criminal Justice Policy Council will examine                                                                               (512) 463-1810
ten years of adult and juvenile data to deter-
mine trends.                                          Criminal Alien P r o j e c t (LESC)
Data                                                  This project identifies specific issues relating to    Evaluation of Progressive
Sources:                           UCR
                   Probation/Parots,                  criminal aliens in the State of Texas, including       Sanctions
Date of                                               significant differences in the processing of sus-
                                                                                                             The SAC is monitoring and evaluatingthe impact
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                 pected criminal aliens in contrast to U.S. citizens.   of new progressive sanctions on the juvenile jus-
Contact:           Pablo Martinez, Ph.D.              The availability of Federal funding for the identi-    tice system and projecting future juvenile popula-
                                                      fication of criminal aliens has increased the          tions.
                   (512) 463-1810
                                                      effectiveness of the recommendations resulting
                                                      from this project.                                     Data
                                                                                                             Sources:          CorrectionsDepartments,
Community Corrections                                 Data                                                                     JuvenileInformationSystem,
E v a l u a t i o n (CCE)                             Sources:           AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections                        Probation/Parole
                                                                         Departments,Jail Information
The report compares probation populations                                Systems, JuvenileInformation        Date of
between 1987 and 1993 and looks at expendi-                              System, Probation/Parole,           Completion: ContinuingActivity
tures in the probation system for the same time                          Prosecutors                         Contact:    Nancy Arrigona
period. It also compares prison and population                                                                                 (512) 463-1810
changes and the number of revocations from            Date of
1987 to 1993. In addition, it examines the type
                                                      Completion:        ContinuingActivity
of funding and types of diversionary programs         Contact:           Michael Reid                        E x e c u t i v e Director's N e w s l e t t e r
in place.                                                                (512) 463-1810
                                                                                                             The Criminal Justice Policy Council prepares
Data                                                                                                         and distributes a Research in B#efnewsletter to
Sources:           Probation/Parole
                                                      Criminal J u s t i c e Information                     judges, prosecutors, police chiefs, sheriffs, and
Date of                                               System                                                 mayors across the State. The newsletter sum-
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                                                                        marizes the findings of research conducted by
Contact=           Pablo Martinez, Ph.D.              This project is intended to improve the reporting      the agency and discusses issues relevant to the
                                                      of criminal justice informationto the Criminal Jus-    understanding of complex policy issues con-
                   (512) 463-1810
                                                      tice Information System.                               fronting State decision makers.
                                                      Data                                                   Data
Community Youth Development                           Sources:           AFiS, CCH, Jail Information         Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections
Program (CYD)                                                            Systems, PoliceDepartments,                           Departments,Probation/Parole,
                                                                         Probation/Parole,Sheriffs'                            Prosecutors, Survey
The 74th Legislature created the CYD Grants in                           Departments
hopes of reducing juvenile crime. Eleven con-                                                                Date of
tracts will be awarded to Texas communities with      Date of                                                Completion: ContinuingActivity
a high incidence of juvenile crime. The communi-
                                                      Completion:        ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                             Contact:    Tony Fabelo,Ph.D.
ties will be expected to design comprehensive         Contact:           Gene Draper                                           (512) 463-1810
approaches to support families and enhance the                           (512) 463-1810
positive development of youth, thereby reducing


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                                                                                                                                        TEXAS-TEXAS

E x e c u t i v e Working Group                     comprehensive "what if" systemic simulations.          Contact:          MichaelEisenburg
                                                    Data                                                                     (512) 463-1810
SAC staff coordinate the collection and analysis
of information used by the Executive Working        Sources:          CorrectionsDepartments,IBR,
Group, which is comprised of senior staff from                        Probation/Parole,UCR
                                                                                                           Projecting t h e Prison S y s t e m ' s
the Governor's Office, the legislature, the         Date of                                                Housing N e e d s
Department of Criminal Justice, and the Com-        Completion: ContinuingActivity
mission on Jail Standards. This managing team       Contact:    Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.                       The number of offenders in prison needing
monitors all aspects of policies that deal with                       (512) 463-1810                       administrative s e g r e g a t i o n housing has
prison and jail crowding and recommends strate-                                                            increased. This project aims at developing a
gies for policy and program implementation.                                                                model to forecast those types of beds (single,
                                                    Juvenile Justice Forecasting                           double cell vs. dormitory beds) that need to be
Data                                                                                                       constructed in the future.
Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,   Simulation Model
                  Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,                                                            Data
                                                    This project provides ten year projections for         Sources:          Texas Departmentof Cdminal
                  Survey
                                                    juvenile referrals and dispositions to juvenile pro-                     Justice
Date of                                             bation as well as intakes and populations for
Completion: ContinuingActivity                      the Texas Youth Commission. The forecasting            Date of
                                                    model can conduct simulations of policy                Completion:       ContinuingActivity
Contact:    Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.
                  (512) 463-1810                    changes.                                               Contact:          Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.
                                                    Data                                                                     (512) 463-1810
                                                    Sources:          Texas Departmentof Criminal
Five-Year T r e n d Analysis of Adult                                 Justice
Crime S t a t i s t i c s                                                                                  S t a t e Jail Monitoring P r o j e c t
                                                    Date of
The report includes a five-year trend analysis of   Completion: ContinuingActivity                         Data is being collected from the five largest coun-
the entire Texas adult criminal justice system                                                             ties in Texas and is being collected from the
                                                    Contact:    Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.
                                                                                                           Commission on Jail Standards, probation
from 1991 to 1995.                                                     (512) 463-1810
                                                                                                           departments, and the Texas Department of
Data                                                                                                       Criminal Justice--State Jail Division. This infor-
Sources:          CorrectionsDepartments,Jail                                                              mation is used to monitor the Corrections system
                  InformationSystems, Probation/    Legislative I m p a c t Analysis
                                                                                                           and to conduct simulations to project changes in
                  Parole, UCR                       The SAC analyzes and determines the impact of          populations. The SAC created a comprehensive
Date of                                             proposed legislationaffecting the criminal justice     database that includes 100% of the offenders
Completion: ContinuingActivity                      system and then provides a written impact state-       sentenced to State jail facilities during the first
Contact:    Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.                    ment to the author of the legislation or the Gover-    years of implementation of the law.
                  (512) 463-1810                    nor's Office.                                          Data
                                                    Data                                                   Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                    Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections                               Jail InformationSystems,
Information Authority                                                 Departments,IBR, Police                                Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,
The SAC serves as a consultant to State and                           Departments,Probation/Parole,                          Survey
local criminal justice agencies in the develop-                       Sheriffs' Departments,Survey,        Date of
ment of criminal justice information systems for                      UCR                                  Completion: ContinuingActivity
management and research purposes.                   Date of                                                Contact:    Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.
Date of                                             Completion:        ContinuingActivity                                    (512) 463-1810
Completion: ContinuingActivity                      Contact:           Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.
Contact:    Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.                                       (512) 463-1810
                                                                                                           T i m e S e r v e d in T e x a s
                  (512) 463-1810
                                                                                                           This study examines the average time served in
                                                    Monitoring t h e U s e of Parole
                                                                                                           prison. Sentence length is presented for Texas
J u s t i c e Simulation F o r e c a s t i n g      Guidelines                                             and other large states in the United States (1990
Model                                               This is a legislatively motivated analysis of the      to 1995).
The SAC developed a PC-DOS-based, discrete          use of parole guidelines established by the            Data
event simulation model called JUSTICE which         Board of Pardons and Paroles.                          Sources:          CorrectionsDepartments,
provides the SAC with modeling capabilities for     Data                                                                     Probation/Parole
the adult corrections system. The model works       Sources:    Probati0n/Parole                           Date of
with computerized records of prisoners and          Date of                                                Completion:       10/05195
parolees to replicate the movement of offenders     Completion: ContinuingActivity                         Contact:          Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.
through the system. The key charectedstics in                                                                                (512) 463-1810
each offender's record (for example,offense and
                                                    Contact:    Pablo Martinez,Ph.D.
                                                                       (512) 463-1810
sentence) determine the flow of the offender
through the system by triggering certain rules or                                                          Uniform Recidivism Biennial
laws (such as parole eligibility) that affect the
offender's movement. Simulating the movement
                                                    Program E v a l u a t i o n - - S u b s t a n c e      Report
of every inmate currently incarcerated and every    A b u s e Felony P u n i s h m e n t                   The SAC has developed definitions for the terms
inmate expected to enter prison over the next       Program (SAFP)                                         "recidivism" and "revocation rate" to provide a
10 years provides accurate projections of the       The SAC serves as a consultant to State and            common understanding of the terminology in
jail backlog, prison, and parole populations. The   local criminal justice agencies in conducting pro-     crime analysis. The SAC biennially reports the
model also integrates a probation model using       gram evaluations.                                      latest uniform recidivism and revocation figures
aggregate data to project the probation popula-                                                            for the populations under the supervision of the
tion under supervision. Subroutines in the model,   Date of                                                State criminal justice system.
representing specific levels of detail, allow for   Completion: ContinuingActivity


                                                                                                                                                          47
TEXAS-UTAH

Data                                                    C r i m i n a l Justice N e w s Thru                       Juvenile Justice in Utah, 1995
Sources:           CorrectionsDepartments,              Numbers Newsletter
                   Probation/Parole                                                                                This report provides a comprehensive assess-
                                                        The newsletter Criminal Justice News Thru                  ment of Utah's juvenile justice system. The
Date of                                                                                                            report begins with an assessment of Utah's juve-
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                   Numbers is published bi-annually by the Utah
                                                        Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice.               nile population trends. It continues by looking at
Contact:           Michael Eisenburg                    The newsletter addresses timely criminal justice           historical data relating to juvenile arrests, juve-
                   (512) 463-1810                       issues in the State of Utah. The first edition was         nile court, juvenile probation, and youth correc-
                                                        published in June 1993 with a systemwide focus,            tions.
                                                        including both the adult and juvenile systems.             Data
Uniform System Cost Project                             Since that time additional newsletters have been           Sources:          Census Data, Courts,Juvenile
This project develops operational cost figures          published on the following topics: serious youth                             InformationSystem, IBR, UCR
biennially to accurately evaluate programs and          offenders, juvenile justice, sex offenders in Utah;
                                                                                                                   Date of
compare services provided by various State cor-         gangs in Utah, domestic violence, and manda-
                                                                                                                   Completion:       12/01/95
rectional agencies.                                     tory minimum sentences for sex offenders.
                                                                                                                   Contact:          MichaelHaddon
Data                                                    Data
                                                                                                                                     (801) 538-1047
Sources:           Corrections Departments,             Sources:             Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                   Juvenile InformationSystem,                               Juvenile InformationSystem, IBR,
                   Probation/Parole                                          OBSCIS, Police Departments,
                                                                                                                   Legislative Tracking System
                                                                             UCR
Date of                                                                                                            The legislative tracking system was created to
Completion:        ContinuingActivity                   Date of
                                                        Completion:          ContinuingActivity                    keep the staff of the Utah Commission on Crimi-
Contact:           Nancy Arrigona                                                                                  nal and Juvenile Justice up-to-date on criminal
                   (512) 463-1810                       Contact:             Michael Haddon                        justice legislation proposed and the status of
                                                                             (801) 538-1047                        relevant legislation. The system was developed
                                                                                                                   to track only criminal justice-related legislation
                                                                                                                   and has the capacity to further refine the
                                                        C o o r d i n a t i o n of C r i m i n a l J u s t i c e   tracking.
     UTAH                                               Information Systems
                                                                                                                   Date of
                                                        This project provides a centralized criminal jus-          Completion:       ContinuingActivity
Analysis o f Utah's Child                               tice information systems planning effort.                  Contact:          MichaelHaddon
Kidnapping a n d S e x u a l Abuse A c t                Data                                                                         (801) 538-1047
of 1983                                                 Sources:             CCH, Courts, Corrections
                                                                             Departments,Jail Information
This report provides an analysis of the impact                               Systems, JuvenileInformation          Protective Order Database
of mandatory minimum sentences created in                                    System, OBSCIS, Police
1983 for sex offenders. Assessment is provided                                                                     This database is used by law enforcement to
                                                                             Departments,Probation/Parole,
on sex offenders sentenced, length of stay, and                                                                    check for protective orders and as part of the
                                                                             Prosecutors, Sheriffs'
probation/parole. Research is reported regard-                                                                     Brady Bill background check process.
                                                                             Departments
ing the efficacy of treatment for sex offenders                                                                    Data
                                                        Date of
and the intended/unintended impacts of manda-                                                                      Sources:          CCH, Courts, Jail information
                                                        Completion:          ContinuingActivity
tory minimum sentences.                                                                                                              Systems, PoliceDepartments,
                                                        Contact:             Jennifer Hemenway                                       Sheriffs' Departments
Data                                                                         (801) 538-1031
Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,                                                                 Date of
                   OBSCIS, Probation/Parole,                                                                       Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                   Prosecutors, TreatmentCenters        Criminal Justice Research                                  Contact:          Grsg Hartvegsen
Date of                                                 Consortium                                                                   (801) 538-1031
Completion:        05/15/95
                                                        The Consortium consists of criminal justice
Contact:           Michael Haddon                       agency statisticians and research staff as well            Sentencing Study
                   (801) 538-1047                       as university faculty with related interests. The
                                                        Consortium meets several times a year to link              The final report of the sentencing study includes
                                                        agency needs with interested university faculty            recommendations for adopting a different sen-
A n n u a l C r i m i n a l Justice Report              and graduate students.                                     tencing system in Utah. The report begins with
This report identifies the Commission's accom-                                                                     an historical account of sentencing in Utah and
                                                        Data                                                       turns to an analysis of various sentencing sys-
plishments for the past year and proposed direc-        Sources:             CCH, Courts, Corrections
tion for the coming years. It also provides a statis-                                                              tems. The report discusses relevant statistical
                                                                             Departments, Health-Related           data, as well as discussion of two special topics:
tical overview of criminal justice issues in the                             Facilities,Jail Information
State.                                                                                                             mandatory minimum sentencing and three
                                                                             Systems, JuvenileInformation          strikes and you're outproposals. The report con-
Data                                                                         System, IBR, OBSCIS,Police            cludes with a new sentencing approach where
Sources:          Corrections Departments,Jail                               Departments,Probation/Parole,         the sentencing response and philosophy incor-
                  InformationSystems,Juvenile                                Prosecutors, Sheriffs'                porate alternative sanctions into a structured
                  InformationSystem, IBR,                                    Departments,Survey,UCR                sentencing system.
                  OBSCIS, OBTS, Police                  Date of
                  Departments, Probation/Parole,                                                                   Data
                                                        Completion:          ContinuingActivity                    Sources:         Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
                  Prosecutors, Shedffs'
                  Departments,Survey, UCR               Contact:             Jennifer Hemenway                                      OBSCIS, PoliceDepartments,
                                                                             (801) 538-1031                                         Probation/Parole,Prosecutors,
Date of                                                                                                                             Sheriffs' Departments,UCR
Completion:       ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                                   Date of
Contact:          Michael Haddon                                                                                   Completion:      01/15/95
                  (801) 538-1047


48
                                                                                                                                     UTAH-VERMONT

Contact:           JenniferHemenway                 Victims' Rights                                      Drug U s e A m o n g A r r e s t e e s
                   (801) 538-1031
                                                    The SAC is involved in ongoing activities regard-    The Center is working with the Research Trian-
                                                    ing victims' rights, including a reparations stat-   gle Institute, North Carolina, to conduct a study
S e n t e n c i n g and R e l e a s e               ute, a bill of rights, and a task force examining    of drug use among persons detained in one of
                                                    new issues on confidentiality.                       Vermont's four regional jails following arrest.
Guidelines
                                                    Date of                                              Detainees will be interviewed and urine samples
The Utah Commission on Criminal and Juvenile        Completion: 07/15/95                                 collected to assess the type of drug use preva-
Justice is responsible for researching, develop-                                                         lent to this population. Findings from this project
ing, and proposing guidelines concerning sen-       Contact:           Hemenway
                                                                Jennifer                                 will be used to target treatment resources.
tencing and release procedures and for monitor-                      (801) 538-1031
                                                                                                         Data
ing and evaluating sentencing and release prac-                                                          Sources:           CorrectionsDepartments,Health-
tices throughout the State. Additional research                                                                             RelatedFacilities,Jail Information
may be conducted regarding the validity of a                                                                                Systems, Survey
sentencing guideline used specifically for sex
offenders.
                                                    I VERMONT                                        ]   Date of
                                                                                                         Completion:        12/01/96
Data
Sources:          AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections                                                         Contact:           William Clements, Ph.D.
                                                    Crash D a t a R e s o u r c e Book
                  Departments,JuvenileInformation                                                                           (802) 828-8511
                  System, OBSCIS,OBTS, Police       The project involves production of an annual
                  Departments,Probation/Parole,     report on traffic accidents, motor vehicle cita-
                  Prosecutors, Survey               tions, and offenses. Police-reported accidents       Evaluation of I n t e r m e d i a t e
                                                    are analyzed, and data are presented in a variety    Sanctions
Date of                                             of tables and graphs. The book is used as a
Completion: ContinuingActivity                      resource by law enforcement and transportation       The center is involved in a joint evaluation project
Contact:    MichaelHaddon                           and highway safety planners.                         with the Department of Corrections and National
                  (801) 538-1047                                                                         Council on Crime and Delinquency to examine
                                                    Data                                                 the implementation of Vermont's new intermedi-
                                                    Sources:    Courts                                   ate sanctions and corrections programs.
Statewide Warrants                                  Date of                                              Data
                                                    Completion: ContinuingActivity                       Sources:           CCH, Courts, Corrections
Prior to consolidating some functions, data and
                                                    Contact:    William Clements,Ph.D.                                      Departments
core data were examined concerning all the
                                                                     (802) 828-8511                      Date of
offender-based management information sys-
tems implemented in Utah.                                                                                Completion: 08/31/95
Data                                                Criminal History D a t a S t a n d a r d s           Contact:    William Clements, Ph.D.
Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections                                                                                  (802) 828-8511
                  Departments,Jail Information      The project involves creation of data standards
                  Systems, JuvenileInformation      to be used for submitting criminal history infor-
                  System, IBR, OBSCIS,OBTS,         mation to the State repository, the Vermont          I n c i d e n t - B a s e d Crime A n a l y s i s
                  Police Departments,Probation/     Crime Information Center, which is automating        and Mapping
                  Parole, Prosecutors,UCR           its criminal records. A redesign of data submis-
                                                    sion rules and regulations also will occur. The      The project involves extraction of incident-based
Date of                                             project is being coordinated by the Criminal         crime reports from Vermont's Incident-Based
Completion: ContinuingActivity                      Records Improvement Task Force, a multi-             Reporting System (VIBRS) for analysis. Vermont
Contact:    Jennifer Hemanway                       agency cooperative committee.                        is one of the few NIBRS States, but has yet to
                  (801) 538-1031                                                                         fully utilize incident-based data for crime report-
                                                    Data                                                 ing or operationalpurposes. Spatial analysis and
                                                    Sources:         CCH, CorrectionsDepartments,        mapping of the incident-based data will be con-
                                                                     Police Departments                  ducted using ArcView GIS software. The project
S t r a t e g i c Plan of t h e Advisory
C o m m i t t e e on Disproportionate               Date of                                              is funded by NIJ grant 95-1J-CX-0037.
                                                    Completion: 09/30/95                                 Date of
Minority C o n f i n e m e n t
                                                    Contact:    Diane Craven,Ph.D.                       Completion: 09/30/96
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency                       (802) 828-8511
Prevention requested that each State identity                                                            Contact:    William Clemants,Ph.D.
the extent of and reasons for disproportionate                                                                              (802) 828-8511
minority confinement. We have completed this        Dataline: Justice Research
analysis and developed an intervention plan to      Bulletin
address the issue. An advisory committee on
                                                                                                         J u s t i c e S y s t e m Modeling
Disproportionate Minority Confinement was           The Dataline is the mechanism through which          The Criminal Justice Center is examining data
formed for this purpose.                            the SAC disseminates its research findings to        collection and information flow through the jus-
                                                    State agencies and other SACs throughout             tice system to identity the nature and extent of
Data                                                the country.
Sources:          Courts, JuvenileInformation                                                            data currently available through normal system
                  System, IBR, Probation/Parole,    Data                                                 processes. The goal is to better identity how
                  Shedffs' Departments,Survey,      Sources:    Courts, UCR                              offenders are processed, thereby permitting
                  UCR                               Date of                                              analyses of how changes in one portion of the
                                                    Completion: ContinuingActivity                       system might affect operation and caseload in
Date of                                                                                                  another. Ideally, a computer model of the system
Completion:       01/15/95                          Contact:    William Clemants,Ph.D.                   will be developed using Criminal Justice Simula-
Contact:          Michael Haddon                                     (802) 828-8511                      tion Model (CJSIM) software.
                  (801) 538-1047
                                                                                                         Data
                                                                                                         Sources:           CCH, Courts, Corrections
                                                                                                                            Departments,Police Departments,
                                                                                                                            Probation/Parete,UCR


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VERMONT-VIRGINIA

Date of
Completion:        ContinuingActivity
                                                         VIRGIN ISLANDS                                  I   C l e a r i n g h o u s e of Information on
                                                                                                             C r i m e and t h e Criminal J u s t i c e
Contact:           William Clements,Ph.D.                                                                    System
                   (802) 828-8511                    C r i m e V i c t i m i z a t i o n a n d Public        This criminal justice library of over 5,000 vol-
                                                     P e r c e p t i o n of C r i m e                        umes and 300 joumals and periodicals is main-
                                                     The Law Enforcement Planning Commission will            tained in the SAC by a professional librarian.
S e n t e n c i n g a n d Disposition S t u d y
                                                     conduct a survey on crime victimization as well         The clearinghouse is recognized by national and
Data were collected from court Docket and Dis-       as the public's perception of crime and the crimi-      State library associations as a focal point for
position Reports (DDRs)--consistent with             nal justice system. The first survey will be con-       interlibrary loan.
Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (OBTS)         ducted in 1996, and it is expected that the survey      Date of
requirements--for cases beginning in 1986 and        will be repeated biannually.                            Completion: ContinuingActivity
1987. Currently, data submitted to the Criminal
Justice Center by the Vermont Crime Information      Data                                                    Contact:    Steve Squire
Center include information on all felonies, misde-   Sources:    Survey                                                         (804) 786-8478
meanors, and traffic offenses. These data are        Date of
similar to those typically collected for OBTS.       Completion: ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                             D e v e l o p m e n t of an I n t e g r a t e d
Data                                                 Contact:    HeleneSmollett
                                                                                                             Criminal J u s t i c e Information
Sources:           CCH, Courts, Corrections                             (809) 774-6400
                   Departments                                                                               System
Date of                                                                                                      The Research Center is administering a study
Completion:        ContinuingActivity
                                                     S t a t i s t i c a l S u m m a r i e s of Part I       to develop an executive management plan for
                                                     Crimes                                                  a statewide criminal justice information system.
Contact:           William Clements,Ph.D.
                                                     The Law Enforcement Planning Commission                 The study is being conducted by a private vendor
                   (802) 828-8511
                                                     compiles police data on Part I crimes as an ongo-       and focuses on data systems maintained by the
                                                     ing activity beginning with statistics for fiscal       Departments of State Police, Corrections, Juve-
                                                                                                             nile Justice, and the Supreme Court of Virginia,
Traffic R e c o r d s S t r a t e g i c              years 1990 and 1991. This information is tabu-
                                                     lated, summarized, and presented graphically            as well as information provided and used by
Planning                                                                                                     other agencies and localities dependent on
                                                     in reports for use within the territory's criminal
This project is comprised of three elements: a       justice system.                                         these systems. Study topics include state of cur-
study of traffic and accident records systems,                                                               rent systems, data sharing and integration
review of existing relevant technologies, and        Data                                                    needs, altemative methods of achieving integra-
development of a strategic plan for system           Sources=           Police Departments                   tion, implementation strategies, and possible
improvements. Under this project, the center         Date of                                                 funding and legislative changes required for
also is involved with the new Safety Manage-         Completion:        ContinuingActivity                   implementation. The study will be completed in
ment System for Transportation.                      Contact:           HeleneSmollett                       November 1996.
Data                                                                    (809) 774-6400                       Data
Sources:           Courts, Police Departments                                                                Sources:           AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections
                                                                                                                                Departments,iBR, Jail Information
Date of
                                                                                                                                Systems, JuvenileInformation
Completion:        07/30/98
                                                                                                                                Systems, OBSCIS, Police
Contact:           William Clements,Ph.D.
                   (802) 828-8511
                                                     I VIRGINIA                                          I                      Departments,Probation/Parole,
                                                                                                                                Sheriffs' Departments,UCR
                                                                                                             Date of
                                                     A s s e s s m e n t of t h e Anti-Crime                 Completion: ContinuingActivity
T h e V e r m o n t Multi-Jurisdictional             Partnership Program
Drug T a s k Force: An E v a l u a t i o n                                                                   Contact:    James McDonough,Ph.D.
                                                     The Anti-Crime Partnership Program involves a                              (804) 371-0532
The project is designed to evaluate Vermont's        diverse group of local and State agencies acting
drug task forces by surveying past and present       in concert with citizen groups to reduce crime in
members including law enforcement officers,          selected high crime areas. This study will focus        Evaluation of Court-Appointed
prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges.          on the anti-crime partnership in Newport News,          Special A d v o c a t e (CASA) Program
Data from the cases prosecuted by the drug           which brings together State and local govern-
task forces are compared with non-task force         ment and citizen groups in an effort to target a        This project is an intensive process and small-
prosecutions. The purpose is to determine the        specific high crime area of the city. The study         scale impact evaluation of the CASA program.
strengths and weaknesses of the task force           will establish performance measures for the pro-        CASA volunteers are citizens appointed by juve-
approach to drug prosecutions.                       gram and provide implementation information.            nile court judges to act as child advocates in
                                                     Impact assessments will be conducted to the             cases of child abuse and neglect. The evaluation
Data
                                                     extent that data are available.                         incorporates qualitative and quantitative data
Sources:           Courts, Police Departments,
                                                                                                             from three primary sources including personal
                   Prosecutors, Sheriffs'            Data                                                    interviews with CASA program directors; sur-
                   Departments,Survey                Sources:    Police Departments,Survey,UCR               veys of CASA volunteers, CASA program direc-
Date of                                              Date of                                                 tors, judges, social workers, and guardian ad
Completion:        01/01/95                          CompPetion: ContinuingActivity                          litems (GALS); and reviews of case files.
Contact:           William Clements,Ph.D.            Contact:    Trina Bogle                                 Data
                   (802) 828-8511                                       (804) 225-3899                       Sources:           Local CASA Programs,Social
                                                                                                                                Services, Survey
                                                                                                             Date of
                                                                                                             Completion: 04/01/96
                                                                                                             Contact:    Trina Bogle
                                                                                                                                (804) 225-3899



50
                                                                                                                                    VIRGINIA.VIRGINIA

Evaluation of Crime Victims' Bill                       Data                                                  I n m a t e Population P r o j e c t i o n s
of Rights Legislation                                   Sources:          CorrectionsDepartments,
                                                                          InstitutionalRecords, Probation/    This activity involves the development, monitor-
This evaluation will evaluate the implementation                          Parole,Survey                       ing, and enhancement of projection methodolo-
of the Virginia Cdme Victims' Bill of Rights. This                                                            gies available for forecasting correctional popu-
                                                        Date of                                               lations of the Commonwealth. Particular atten-
legislation gives crime victims rights to many
                                                        Completion: ContinuingActivity                        tion is given to local correctional populations, but
services (e.g. notification, input, etc.); these ser-
vices should be administered by local victim-           Contact:    John Schuiteman                           trends in prison populations, demographic shifts,
witness programs, law enforcement, and Com-                               (804) 786-8449                      and policy assessments also are measured.
monwealth Attomeys offices. The feasibility of                                                                Data
an impact evaluationof victim-witness programs                                                                Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,
will also be examined.                                  Evaluation of t h e R i c h m o n d                                     Jail InformationSystems,
Data                                                    C o n t i n u u m of C a r e                                            OBSCIS, Probation/Parole,UCR
Sources:          CorrectionsDepartments,Local          The Richmond Continuum of Care is a pilot pro-        Date of
                  Victim-Witness Programs               gram in Richmond which provides a continuum           Completion: ContinuingActivity
Date of                                                 of services for juveniles adjudicated by the court.   Contact:    Donald Fagglani,Ph.D.
Completion: ContinuingActivity                          The evaluation will add to the understanding of                         (804) 371-2371
                                                        the effects of the continuum system on juvenile                         REDO
Contact:    Trina Bogle
                                                        practice in Richmond.
                  (800) 225-3899
                                                        Data
                                                        Sources:          Courts, JuvenileInformation         Juvenile M u r d e r in Virginia: A
Evaluation of Day Reporting                                               System                              Study of Arrests a n d Convictions
Centers                                                 Date of                                               This study consolidates in one document infor-
                                                        Completion: ContinuingActivity                        mation on juveniles arrested for murder in Vir-
This project will evaluate the effectiveness of
Virginia's three-day reporting program pilot sites      Contact:    Karyn Tiedeman,Ph.D.                      ginia. The report provides a discussion of the
operated by the Department of Corrections.                                (804) 786-7427                      relationships, trends, and situations underlying
Evaluation Staff will develop measures of the                                                                 juvenile arrests and juvenile convictions for
program intervention to specify a suitable com-                                                               homicide. The report provides a categorization
parison group to determine the ability of the pro-      Evaluation of T h e r a p e u t i c                   of juvenile homicides to aid policy makers and
gram to fulfill policy objectives and to identify       C o m m u n i t i e s Drug T r e a t m e n t          law enforcement in developing strategies to
possible impediments to effective program               Programs                                              combat the growing trends in juvenile homicides.
implementation.                                                                                               Data
                                                        The evaluation of Virginia's prison-based thera-
Data                                                    peutic communities (TC) provides an implemen-         Sources:                 InformationSystems,
                                                                                                                                Juvenile
Sources:          CorrectionsDepartments,Jail           tation/process evaluation of the three existing                         UCR
                  InformationSystems,OBSCIS,            TC's in Virginia's correctional institutions.         Date of
                  Survey                                                                                      Completion: 07/01/96
                                                        Data
Date o f                                                Sources:                    Departments,
                                                                          Corrections                         Contact:    Donald Faggiani,Ph.D.
Completion: 12/01/96                                                      OBSClS, PSI                                           (804) 371-2371
Contact:    Trina Bogie                                 Date of
                  (803) 225-3899                        Completion: 01/01/95
                                                                                                              Provision of S p e c i a l i z e d
                                                        Contact:    Trina Bogle                               Statistical a n d Policy A n a l y s i s
Evaluation of Guardian Ad Litems                                          (800) 225-3899
                                                                                                              and I n t e r p r e t a t i o n of Criminal
Guardian ad/items (GALs) are court-appointed                                                                  Justice Data
lawyers who represent children in cases of              Governor's C o m m i s s i o n on                     The Criminal Justice Research Center responds
abuse and neglect. The pilot project examinesan         J u v e n i l e J u s t i c e Reform                  to numerous requests for special data analyses
altemative method of assigning and reimbursing                                                                from the Department of Corrections, the Parole
GALs. The evaluation will seek to determine             The Criminal Justice Reseamh Center is provid-
                                                        ing research staff support to the Governor's          Board, the State Police, the State legislature,
whether the pilot programs improve the quality                                                                the judiciary, and local criminal justice agencies.
of services provided to children in the courts.         Commission on Juvenile Justice Reform. The
                                                        commission will advise the Governor on reforms        These analyses focus on issues such as jail and
Data                                                    on juvenile sentencing, correctional alternatives,    prison crowding, probation, firearms laws, sen-
Sources:    Survey                                      and other issues. The Research Center is provid-
                                                                                                              tencing, and habitual offenders.
Date of                                                 ing the Commission with data on juvenile crime        Data
Completion: 01/01/96                                    trends and has developed a juvenile inmate pop-       Sources:          CCH, Courts, Corrections
Contact:    Tdna Bogle                                  ulation simulation model and recommendations                            Departments,Jail Information
                  (800) 225-3899                        for a statewide juvenile justice database. The                          Systems, JuvenileInformation
                                                        Commission issued a final report in December                            System, OBSClS, OBTS,
                                                        1995.                                                                   Probation/Parole,UCR
Evaluation of Indian C r e e k                          Data                                                  Date of
Therapeutic Community                                   Sources:          Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,     Completion: continuing Activity
                                                                          JuvenileInformationSystem,          Contact:    James McDonough,Ph.D.
This examination will examine program imple-
                                                                          OBSCIS                                                (800) 371-0532
mentation through a review of institutional
records and interviews/surveys with relevant            Date of
parties in the program's management. The eval-          Completion: 0~01~6
uaUon will also attempt to assess the impact of         Contact:    DonaldFagglani,Ph.D.
the program through a review of prison records                            (804)371~371
and aftercare findings.




                                                                                                                                                             51
VIRGINIA-WISCONSIN

State Reporting and Evaluation                          Data                                                  D e v e l o p m e n t of P r o t o c o l for
Program (SREP)                                          Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,    Measuring Recidivism
                                                                           Police Departments,Probation/
The SAC is participating in this national effort to                        Parole, Prosecutors,Sheriffs'      In cooperation with the West Virginia Depart-
collect standardized criminal justice data ele-                            Departments,UCR                    ment of Corrections (DOC), the ,~AC is develop-
ments that help assess the impact of various                                                                  ing a protocol for use by the DOC to measure
                                                        Date of
crime control initiatives. Data on arrests, task                                                              recidivism.
                                                        Completion:        ContinuingActivity
forces, offense type, seizures, and cdme labs                                                                 Data
are collected, integrated, and then provided to         Contact:           Douglas Mah
                                                                           (360) 753-9638
                                                                                                              Sources:           CorrectionsDepartments,Jail
the Justice Research and Statistics Association                                                                                  InformationSystems, IBR
for further analysis. This project allows Virginia
to compare its anti-crime efforts across jurisdic-                                                            Date of
tions and to make further comparisons with other        Juvenile Rehabilitation                               Completion:        ContinuingActivity
participating States.                                   Institutional Population Forecast                     Contact:           Girmay Berhie,Ph.D.
Data                                                                                                                             (304) 696-6258
                                                        This project produces a 240-month forecast of
Sources:             Courts, IBR, Police Departments,   juvenile inmates by crime type and age. The
                     Prosecutors, Sheriffs'             forecast is a cohort simulation model based on
                     Departments,UCR                                                                          Domestic Violence
                                                        admission and length-of-stay data. This project
Date of                                                 is a budget driver forecast that determines State     The SAC is providing technical assistance on
Completion:          ContinuingActivity                 funding for juvenile institutions.                    questionnaire development, data entry, and
                                                        Data                                                  training to the West Virginia Coalition Against
Contact:             James McDonough,Ph.D.
                                                        Sources:           Courts, JuvenileInformation        Domestic Violence. The SAC and the Coalition
                     (804) 371-0532
                                                                           System, Police Departments,        are working to establish a better system for
                                                                           Prosecutors, Sheriffs'             reporting domestic violence statistics, including
                                                                           Departments,UCR                    exploring the possibility of a pilot test. The SAC
                                                                                                              is conducting a pilot study with Branches, the
     WASHINGTON                                         Date of
                                                        Completion:        ContinuingActivity
                                                                                                              Huntington area domestic violence shelter.
                                                                                                              Data
                                                        Contact:           Douglas Mah                        Sources:                   Centers
                                                                                                                                 Treatment
I m p l e m e n t a t i o n of C r i m i n a l                             (360) 753-9638
                                                                                                              Date of
Justice Information Act                                                                                       Completion:        ContinuingActivity
The SAC is required by State law to develop and         S e n t e n c e d Felon J a i l F o r e c a s t       Contact:           Girmay Bernie, Ph.D.
implement criminal justice information systems                                                                                   (304) 696-6258
                                                        This project, conducted every other year, pro-
and improve criminal history reporting. The SAC         duces a 15-year forecast of the population of
chairs and provides staff to a committee of State       sentenced felons in the local jails, as required
and local officials for the purpose of developing                                                             Narcotics Arrest Survey 1993
                                                        by Washington State law.
justice information policy, administering the
                                                        Data                                                  The Narcotics Arrest Survey is a yearly survey
funding of justice information projects, imple-
                                                        Sources:           Courts, CorrectionsDepartments,    given to law enforcement to track narcotics and
menting the statewide justice information strate-
                                                                           Jail InformationSystem, Police     drug arrests. The 1993 forms were received and
gic plan, and coordinating projects funded by the
                                                                           Departments,Prosecutors,           the WV SAC coded and entered data into SPSS/
National Criminal History Improvement Pro-
                                                                           Sheriffs' Departments,UCR          PC. Data analysis was undertaken to generate
gram (NCHIP).
                                                                                                              narcotics arrests statistics. This analysis was
Data                                                    Date of                                               presented in the Crime Beat '93. The 1993 sur-
Sources:             AFIS, CCH, Courts, Corrections     Completion:        ContinuingActivity                 veys are also included in a trend analysis being
                     Departments,Jail Information       Contact:           Douglas Mah                        conducted by the WV SAC.
                     Systems, Juvenile Information                         (360) 753-9638                     Data
                     System, IBR, Police Departments,
                                                                                                              Sources:           Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                     Prosecutors, Sheriffs'                                                                                      Departments,Survey
                     Departments, UCR
                                                                                                              Date of
Date of
Completion:          ContinuingActivity                 I WEST VIRGINIA                                   I   Completion:        04/01/95
                                                                                                              Contact:           Girmay Berhie, Ph.D.
Contact:             Glenn Olson
                                                                                                                                 (304) 696-6258
                     (360) 586-2501                     Crime B e a t
                                                        This publication reports the findings from the
Inmate Population Forecast                              1993 Narcotics Arrest survey conducted by the
This annual project produces a 180-month fore-
                                                        WV Division of Criminal Justice and Highway
                                                        Safety and analyzed by the WV SAC. The publi-
                                                                                                              I WISCONSIN                                       ]
cast by crime type, sex, and admission authority.       cation contains demographic information on
The forecast is a cohort simulation model com-          arrestee, charge, and drugs involved. The
prised of several components including a phase                                                                Drug T a s k F o r c e s A s s e s s m e n t
                                                        results of the 1993 Narcotics Arrest Survey were
out of the existing population and a forecast of        published in Crime Beat 1995 in August.               This is a general assessment of Federal anti-
convictions and admissions to prison, a forecast                                                              drug abuse activities, particularly drug task
of releases, and a forecast of re-admissions to         Data
                                                        Sources:           Police Departments,Sheriffs'       force performance.
prison. This project is a budget driver forecast
that determines State funding for the Department                           Departments,Survey                 Data
of Corrections.                                         Date of                                               Sources:           Drug EnforcementTask Force
                                                        Completion:        ContinuingActivity                 Date of
                                                        Contact:           Girmay Berhie,Ph.D.                Completion:        ContinuingActivity
                                                                           (304) 696-6258                     Contact:           Judith Witt
                                                                                                                                 (608) 267-2116


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                                                                                                                                      WISCONSIN-WYOMING

     Information Fliers/Reports                               Data                                                  Date of
                                                              Sources:         Police Departments, Sheriffs'        Completion: Continuing Activity
     In preparing brief fliers on selected topics in crim-                     Departments, Survey
     inal and juvenile justice, the SAC uses UCR sta-                                                               Contact:    Richard Russell
     tistics and trend data to present information in        Date of                                                                   (307) 777-7625
     a non-technical, visual manner for a general            Completion: Continuing Activity
     audience.                                               Contact:    Lee BushweUer
                                                                               (608) 266-9655                       H a t e Crime
     Data
     Sources:          Police Departments, Sheriffs'                                                                This activity involves a study of 38 incidents of
                       Departments, Survey, UCR                                                                     hate crime in Wyoming. The research is showing
                                                             S e x u a l Assault in Wisconsin                       a lack of training with regard to dealing with hate
     Date of
     Completion: Continuing Activity                         This annual report analyzes the demographic            crime and a lack of information on the subject
                                                             characteristics of sex offenders and their victims,    in general. All information from this activity is
     Contact:    Stephen Grohmann                                                                                   included in the SAC's annual report.
                                                             evaluates the frequency of crimes committed in
                       (608) 266-7185
                                                             the four categories of sexual assault, and pro-        Data
                                                             vides offender and victim profiles based on infor-     Sources:           Police Departments, Sheriffs'
    Jail Population Survey                                   mation obtained from UCR contributors.                                    Departments
                                                             Data                                                   Date of
    The SAC conducts an annual survey and pub-               Sources:          IBR, Police Departments, Sheriffs'   Completion: Continuing Activity
    lishes an annual report on county jail popula-                             Departments, UCR
    tions, average daily populations, and other basic                                                               Contact:    Richard Russell
    jail data. The report emphasizes population              Date of                                                                   (307) 777-7625
    trends.                                                  Completion: Continuing Activity
    Data                                                     Contact:    Stephen Grohmann
                                                                               (608) 266-7185                       Missing P e r s o n s P r o g r a m
    Sources:           Sheriffs' Departments, Survey
    Date of                                                                                                         This program provides law enforcement agen-
    Completion: Continuing Activity                                                                                 cies and the public with information concerning
                                                             UCR Reports for Individual L a w                       the status of missing persons and children
    Contact:    Thomas Everssn                               Enforcement Agencies                                   reported to law enforcement agencies in Wyo-
                       (608) 266-7644                                                                               ming.
                                                             The SAC collects and analyzes UCR data for
                                                             individual law enforcement agencies and pre-           Data
    Justice S y s t e m D a t a Services                     pares reports that include current UCR statistics      Sources:           Police Departments, Sheriffs'
    Newsletter                                               and five-year trends.                                                     Departments
                                                             Data                                                   Date of
    The newsletter covers Wisconsin Office of Jus-           Sources:    IBR, UCR                                   Completion:       Continuing Activity
    tice Assistance and SAC databases and
    information dissemination activities.                    Date of                                                Contact:          Jim Wilson
                                                             Completion: Continuing Activity                                          (307) 777-7523
    Date of
    Completion:        Continuing Activity                   Contact:    Thomas Eversen
                                                                              (608) 266-7644
    Contact:           Stephen Grohmann                                                                             S e x Offender R e g i s t r a t i o n
                       (608) 266-7185
                                                                                                                    Convicted sex offenders, where the victim was
                                                             Wisconsin Crime and Arrests                            a juvenile, are required to register with the Sheriff
                                                             UCR data are collected, maintained, and pub-           in their county of residence. The sheriff is then
    Juvenile D e t e n t i o n Survey
                                                             lished in semiannual and annual reports.               required to forward registration information, fin-
    The program monitors the detention of juveniles                                                                 gerprints, and a photograph to the Wyoming Divi-
    in Wisconsin's county jails and juvenile detention       Data                                                   sion of Criminal Investigation for retention in
    centers. Data are provided by juvenile court             Sources:         IBR, Police Departments, Sheriffs'    the registry.
    intake workers in each county, and an annual                              Departments, UCR
                                                                                                                    Data
    report is issued on the detention of juveniles in        Date of                                                Sources:          Sheriffs' Departments
    the State.                                               Completion: Continuing Activity
                                                                                                                    Date of
    Data                                                     Contact:    Thomas Eversen                             Completion: Continuing Activity
    Sources:          Courts, Juvenile Information                            (608) 266-7644
                      System, Sheriffs' Departments                                                                 Contact:    Jim Wilson
                                                                                                                                      (307) 777-7523
    Date of
    Completion: Continuing Activity
    Contact:    Stephen Grohmann
                      (608) 266-7185
                                                             I WYOM=Na                                          I   Uniform C r i m e R e p o r t ( S u m m a r y -
                                                                                                                    Based)
                                                                                                                    The Criminal Records Section publishes quar-
                                                             D o m e s t i c V i o l e n c e Reporting              terly and annual reports on UCR.
    Law Enforcement                                          Program
    Computerization Summary                                                                                         Data
                                                             The Division of Criminal Investigation publishes       Sources:          Police Departments, Shedffs'
    The SAC produces a survey of hardware and                quarterly and annual reports on the number of                            Departments, UCR
    software automation and other applications               domestic violence incidents, the types of vio-
•   maintained by major Wisconsin law enforcement                                                                   Date of
                                                             lence involved, the times of occurrence, and the       Completion:       Continuing Activity
    agencies. The survey is used to assist agencies          disposition of all domestic violence incidents
    with automation questions and to plan the UCR/           reported.                                              Contact:          Richard Russell
    IBR system.                                                                                                                       (307) 777-7625
                                                             Data
                                                             Sources:         Police Departments,Sheriffs'
                                                                              Departments,UCR


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WYOMING-WYOMING

Uniform Crime Reporting |UCR)/
Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)
IBR is in the development stage.
Data
Sources:         IBR, PoliceDepartments,Sheriffs'
                 Departments,UCR
Date of
Completion: ContinuingActivity
Contact:         Richard Russell
                 (307) 777-7625




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                                                SAC P U B L I C A T I O N S

This section of the Directory provides a listing, alphabetically by State, of reports published or anticipated by the Statistical
Analysis Centers between January 1995 and November 1996. This listing provides information on the final products of
SAC activities. If you would like more information about a publication, use Section V of the Directory to contact the SAC
that issued it.


ALABAMA                                                            Hate Crime in Califomia, 1995                         07/17/96

1995 Crime in Alabama                                 07/01/96
1995 Juvenile Victims of Violent Crime                05/01/96
Alabama Domestic Violence 1994                        07/01/95     COLORADO
Alabama Domestic Violence 1995                        05/01/96
                                                                   Fall Prison Population Projections                    11~1~5

ALASKA
Alaska Justice Forum, Volume 12: Number 1             03/01R5     CONNECTICUT
Alaska Justice Forum, Volume 12: Number 2             06/01~5
Alaska Justice Forum, Volume 12: Number 3             08/01~5     Connecticut's Collaboration to STOP Violence
Alaska Justice Forum, Volume 12: Number 4             11~1R5        Against Women Program Implementation Plan           10/05/95
Sex Offender Treatment in Alaska: Initial Findings    03/02/95    Crime in Connecticut, 1994 Annual Report            , 03/01/95
                                                                  Family Violence Arrest Data, 1987-1994                12/01/95
                                                                  Implementing Safe Neighborhoods: An 18-Month
ARIZONA                                                             Assessment of Program Activities and
                                                                    Accomplishments                                     09/01/95
1995 Enhanced Drug and Gang Enforcement
  Report                                              10/01/95
1996 Arizona Laws Relating to Criminal Justice        05/01/96    DELAWARE
Arizona Drug, Gang, and Violent Crime Control
  Strategy 1996                                       04/01/96
Predictors of Gang Violence Potential:                            Crime in Delaware, 1994                               08/01/96
  Development of an Instrument for Enforcement        03/01~5     DOC Forecast Monitoring Report, 2nd Quarter,
Street Gangs in Arizona 1994                          04/01~6       1995                                                11/08/95
Street Gangs in Arizona 1995                          07/01~6     DOC Forecast Monitoring Report, 4th Quarter,
Substance Abuse and Public School Students,                         1995                                                02/15/96
  Arizona 1995                                        12/01R5     DOC Forecast Monitoring Report, 1st Quarter, 1996     07/09/96
                                                                  Delaware Department of Corrections Incameration
                                                                    Factbook, 1995                                      04101/96
                                                                  Delaware Drug Indicators, 1993                        02/15/95
ARKANSAS                                                          Delaware Incarceration Fact-Book Updates              01110/96
                                                                  Delaware Juvenile Secure Detention, 1992-1994         04101/95
Annual Crime Summary, 1994                            01/01/95    Delaware Juvenile Secure Detention, 1995              03/18/96
Crime in Arkansas 1994                                06/01/95    Evaluation of the Wilmington Weed and Seed
Crime in Arkansas 1995                                08/05/96      Program                                             08/01/95
Rape in Arkansas 1994                                 06/01/95    Spring 1995 Inmate and Detention Population
Rape in Arkansas 1995                                 08/05/96      Forecast                                            04/07/95
State of Arkansas Annual Crime Summary 1995           01/01/96


CALIFORNIA                                                        DISTRICT OF C O L U M B I A

Crime In Selected California Jurisdictions: January               1994 Annual Report on Crime and Justice               08/01/95
  Through December 1995                               03/01R6     Demographic Profile of Women Inmates Housed by
Crime in Selected California Jurisdictions: January                 the District of Columbia DOC                        08/01/95
  Through June 1996                                   08/01R6     Domestic Violence in the District of Columbia         03/01/96
Crime and Delinquency in Califomia 1995               10/01~6     Female Arrestees in the District of Columbia          10/01/95
Crime as Reported by Selected Califomia Agencies                  Female Offense Trends: An Overview, 1990-1994         08/01/95
  January-September 1995 and 1996                     01~1~7

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FLORIDA                                                            PreStart Evaluation Final Report                      08/01/96
                                                                   Research Bulletin, Major Trends in Chicago
Monograph: Organizational Integrity: The Role o f                    Homicide: 1965-1994                                 09101/95
 the Executive                                          06101/96   Results of the 1995 Illinois Drug Use Forecasting
SAC Notes: A Look at Florida Law Enforcement                         Study                                               07/01/96
  Personnel and the Danger Surrounding Them             01/01/95   STACNews                                              12/01/95
SAC Notes: An Overview of the Domestic Violence                    Statewide Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Strategy     04/01/95
  Problem in Florida                                    06/01/95   Street Gangs and Crime: A Special Report to the
SAC Notes: Focusing on Murder in Florida                06/01/96     Governor's Commission on Gangs                      08/01/96
SAC Notes: Juvenile Crime in Florida                    11/01/95   The Compiler, Fall 1995/Winter 1996, Focus on
SAC Notes: A Study of Violent Crime Victimization                    Technology                                          10/01/95
  in Florida                                            01/01/95   The Compiler, Spring 1996, Focus on Domestic
                                                                     Violence                                            06/01/96
                                                                   The Compiler, Summer 1995, Focus on Evaluation        08/01195
                                                                   The Compiler, Summer 1996, Focus on Juvenile
HAWAII                                                               Justice                                             08/01/96
                                                                   The Compiler, Winter/Spring 1995                      01/01/95
Crime Trend Series, Volume 2: Issue 4                   06/01/95
                                                                   The Organization, Caseloads, and Costs of
Crime and Justice in Hawaii                             09101/95
                                                                     Probation and Parole in Illinois and the United
Crime in Hawaii, 1994                                   07/01/95                                                         04/11/95
                                                                     States
Crime in Hawaii, 1995                                   07101/96
                                                                   Timeliness, Accuracy, and Completeness of
Semi-Annual Crime Summary: State of Hawaii              09/01/95                                                         06101/96
                                                                     Criminal History Records
                                                                   Updated Graphs, Major Trends in Chicago
                                                                     Homicide: 1965-1994                                 01/02/96
IDAHO
Distance Leaming Evaluation                             12/02/95
Idaho Task Force Report                                 09/30/96   INDIANA
Idaho Youth Report                                      08130196
                                                                   Asset Seizures and Forfeitures 1990 Through 1994      05101/95
                                                                   Crime in Indiana, 1994                                05122/96
                                                                   Indiana Criminal Code Amendments and Additions
ILLINOIS                                                              1988 Through 1994 Criminal Penalties               03101/95
                                                                   Indiana Judicial Center Substance Abuse
A Comprehensive Examination of the Illinois                          -Screening Instrument Project Final Report          01~1~6
    Cdminal History Records Information System          08101/95   Minority Group Presence in the Indiana Juvenile
A Review of Incarcerated Illinois Class 4 Felony                      Justice System Assessment                          11~1R5
    Offenders: Are Alternative Sanctions                           Minority Group Presence in the Indiana Juvenile
    Appropriate?                                        06/01/96      Justice System Identification                      11~1~5
Assessment of Minority Representation in 26 Illinois               Operation Pull Over FY 1994/95 Activity Report        01~1~6
    County Juvenile Justice Systems                     09/01/96   Operation Pull Over Project Activity Report Blitz 1   01~1/96
Community Policing for Law Enforcement Managers         12/01/95   Operation Pull Over Project Activity Report Blitz 2   01~1~6
Community Policing in Chicago, Year Two: An                        Operation Pull Over Project Activity Report Blitz 5   06/01~6
    Interim Report                                      06/01/95   Operation Pull Over Project Activity Report Blitz 6   06/03/96
Community Policing in Chicago: Year Three               10/01/96   Perceptions of Regional Coordinating Offices
Evaluation of the East St. Louis Anti-Drug Initiative                 Govemor's Commission for a Drug Free Indiana       01~1~5
    Final Report                                        11/01/96   Report on Data Accessibility Survey--Sentencing
Evaluation of the Illinois Department of Corrections                  Policy Evaluation Committee                        05/01/95
    PreStart Program                                    05/01/95   Substance Abuse Screening Instrument Validation
Evaluation of the Post-Release Status of Substance                   Study                                               03/01/95
    Abuse Program Participants                          09/01/95   Trends in Indiana Crime                               02/01/96
Final Report of the Illinois Legislative Committee on              Uniform Crime Report, State of Indiana, 1993          02/01/96
    Juvenile Justice                                    05/01/96   Uniform Crime Report Preliminary Analysis of
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority,                     Crime in Indiana, 1994                              01~1R6
    Biennial Report, 1993-1994                          03/01/95
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority 1995
    Annual Report                                       04/01/96
Illinois Probation Intake Study                         07/01/96   IOWA
Illinois Statewide Strategy to Control Drug and
    Violent Crime                                       06/01/96   Audit of the Iowa Department of Public Safety
MEG/Task Force Evaluation Final Report                  11/01/96      Computerized Criminal History Records
On Good Authority: Drug Law Enforcement                 06/01/95      Information System                                 05/01/96
On Good Authority: Drug Testing and Community                      Intermediate Criminal Sanctions Task Force Final
    Supervision                                         03/01/95      Report                                             03/01/96

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Iowa 1995 Anti Drug Control and System                           Overview of the Implementation of the
  Improvement Strategy                                12/01~5      Massachusetts Statewide Abuse Incident Report
Iowa Criminal and Juvenile Justice Plan, 1995         02/01~5      Form                                              10/01/96
Iowa Criminal and Juvenile Justice Plan Upd~e,                   Technology Advancements: A Report by the
  1996                                                02/01196     Executive Office of Public Safety/Massachusetts
Iowa's Prison Population Forecast: FY1995-FY2000      02/01/95     Committee on Criminal Justice                     10/01/96
Iowa's Prison Population Forecast: FY1996-FY2001      02/01/96
Risk Factors for Substance Abuse: Iowa Report         05/01/96
Risk Factors for Substance Abuse: User Manual         05/01/96   MICHIGAN
The Proposed Iowa Juvenile Court Intake Risk
  Assessment                                          04/01/96
                                                                 Crime & Justice Fact Sheet, March 1995              03/01/95
Youthful Offender Jurisdiction Plan                   02/01/96


                                                                 MINNESOTA
KANSAS
                                                                 Criminal Justice Working Paper Budget 2001          04/01/95
An Assessment of Kansas Criminal History                         Justice Trends and Projections in Minnesota         03/23/95
  Records Adult and Juveniles Records Audit                      Juvenile Justice by Gender, 1993                    02/17/95
  Report                                              04/01/95   Minnesota Justice Spending, 1985-1991               01/09/95
Crime inKansas 1993-1994                              05/01/96   Overview of Crime in Minnesota, 1993                01/11/95
Kansas Sentencing Guidelines, Desk Reference                     Overview of Juvenile Justice in Minnesota in 1993   01/23/95
  Manual 1995                                         07/01/95   Paying the Price: The Rising Cost of Prisons        03/01/96
Report on Juvenile Offenders                          03/01/95   Protective Parenting                                01/01/95
                                                                 Within Our Means                                    01/01/95


KENTUCKY
                                                                 MISSOURI
DUI Jury Trial Notebook                               05/01/96
                                                                 1994 Emergency Service Vehicle Crashes              08/02/95
                                                                 1994 Missouri Crime and Arrest Digest               12/01/95
                                                                 1994 Missouri Holiday Crashes Report                07/01/95
MAINE                                                            1995 Missouri Holiday Crashes Report                05/01/96
                                                                 1994 Missouri Law Enforcement Employment and
Maine Kids Count, 1994 Data Book                      05/01/95     Assault Report                                    01~1R6
Maine Kids Count, 1995-1996 Data Book                 05/01/96   1994 Missouri Traffic Safety Compendium             07/01~5
                                                                 1995 Missouri State Highway Patrol Public Opinion
                                                                   Survey Final Report                               11~1~5
                                                                 1995 Missouri Traffic Safety Compendium             06~1~6
MASSACHUSETTS                                                    An Analysis of the Economic Cost of Crime in
                                                                   Missouri, 1987 Through 1992                       09/01/95
Cambridge Police Department Operation Safe                       An Evaluation of Portable Breath Test Devices
  Home Final Project Report                           07/01/95     Final Report                                      03/01/96
Convenience Store Robbery in Massachusetts            10/01/96   Missouri 1995 Missing Children Bulletin             03/01/96
Convenience Store Robbery in Massachusetts:                      Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System Missing
  Summary Methodological Report                       02/01~6      Persons Report 1992-1994                          06/01/95
Convenient Victims: A Study of 20 Store                          Occupants in Unenclosed Areas of Motor Vehicles,
  Employees Robbed in Boston [DRAFT REPORT]           08/01/96     1995                                              05/01/96
Directory of Massachusetts Criminal Justice Studies   10/01/96
Domestic Violence Statistics and NIBRS                06/01/96
Domestic Violence Training: Strategy and Tactics      07/01/95
Elderly Protection Project, Final Project Report
                                                                 MONTANA
                                                      07/01/95
Law Enforcement Automation Survey Report              10/01/96
                                                                 Crime in Montana, 1994 Annual Report                12/18/95
Local Systems Improvement Grants Final Report,
                                                                 Crime in Montana, 1995 Annual Report                08/01/96
  FY 1995                                             09/01/96
                                                                 Law Enforcement Manpower in Montana                 06101/96
Massachusetts 1995 Police Department Survey
  Report                                              08/15/95
Massachusetts Clearinghouse Plan                      08/01/96
Massachusetts Trends in Criminal Justice              10/01/96   NEBRASKA
National Criminal History Interim Progress Report     09/05/96
Offender Decision Making: Interviews with                        Crime in Nebraska,-1994                             1~01R5
  Incarcerated Convenience Store Robbers in                      Juvenile Offenders in Nebraska                      1~01R5
  Massachusetts [DRAFT REPORT]                        08/01/96   Nebraska Jail Population Report, 1994               10/01R5

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NEW HAMPSHIRE                                                     N O R T H E R N M A R I A N A ISLANDS
Alcohol Related Negligent Homicides, 1984-1994         01~1~5     Assault, Burglary, and Theft Crime Reports            05/31/96
                                                                  CNMI Justice Bulletin                                 03/01/96

NEW MEXICO
An Evaluation of Multi-Jurisdictional Task Forces,                OHIO
  Domestic Violence Programs and Treatment             10/15/95
Furloughs Granted to Minimum-Security Inmates in                  Ohio Peace Officer Task Analysis ('I'A) Bulletin,
  New Mexico                                           01/01/96     Vol. 1, No. 1                                       07/01R5
New Mexico Criminal Justice Resource Directory,                   Ohio Peace Officer Task Analysis ('I'A) Bulletin,
  1995                                                 01/01/96     Vol. 2, No. 1                                       07/01R6
Policemen in the Classroom: Albuquerque                           Personnel Levels in Ohio's Law Enforcement
  Adolescents' Opinions                                04/01/95     Agencies as of July 20, 1995                        12/01~5
Substance Abuse Among Albuquerque's Adult                         The Ohio Police Behavior Study                        02/01R6
  Population, 1996                                     07/31/96   The State of Crime and Criminal Justice in Ohio       01~1~5



NEW YORK                                                          OKLAHOMA
1994 Crime and Justice Annual Report                   11/01/95
1995 Crime and Justice Annual Report                   11/01/96   Frontier Justice, Volume 2, Number 1                  02/01~6
An Evaluation of the DWI Prompt Suspension Law         05/01/96   Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force,
An Evaluation of the Suspension of Drivers'                         Annual Report: FY 1995                              12/01~5
  Licenses for Drug Offenses                           05/01/96
Criminal Justice Indicators--New York State
  Arrests and Indictments                              04/01/96   PENNSYLVANIA
Criminal Justice Indicators--Crime in New York
  State                                                04/01/96
                                                                  A Justice Perspective: Doing Time in Pennsylvania;
Directory of New York State Criminal Justice
  Agencies 1996                                        07/01/96     Where a Sentence Given is a Sentence Served         11~1~5
Disparities in Processing Felony Arrests in New                   A Justice Perspective: Status Report on Boot
  York State, 1990-1992                                O9/O1/95     Camps                                               08/01~5
Homicide by Women                                      06/01/96   The Justice Analyst: An Evaluation of
Retroactive Application of Sex Offender Registry                    Pennsylvania's Motivational Boot Camp               07/01~6
  Statutes: 1995 Survey of the States                  07/01/95   The Justice Analyst: Mandatory Sentences in
                                                                    Pennsylvania                                        02/01~5
                                                                  Trends and Issues in Pennsylvania's Criminal
                                                                    Justice System                                      01~1~5
NORTH CAROLINA
Preventing School Violence by Helping
  Communities Help Children: School Resource                      PUERTO RICO
  Officers                                             01~1~5
Starting a School Outreach Program in Your                        Bulletin (Boletin Informativo)                        06/01~5
  Community                                            04/25/95   Bulletin (Boletin Informativo)                        08/01~5
SystemStats                                            02/01~6    Bulletin (Boletin Informativo)                        11~1~5
                                                                  Bulletin (Boletin Informativo)                        01~1~6
                                                                  Child Abuse (Maltrato a Menores)                      01~1~6
NORTH DAKOTA                                                      Statistics and the Domestic Violence Act (Las
                                                                    Estadisticas y la Ley de Violencia Domestica)       05/01/95
Crime in North Dakota, 1994                            12/01/95
Criminal Justice Statistics Special Report: Homicide
  in North Dakota, 1994                                03/01/95
Detention and Incarceration, 1994                      12/01/95   RHODE ISLAND
Homicide in North Dakota, 1995                         04/01/96
Report on Arrests and Incarcerations for Driving                  Gangs in Rhode Island                                 06/01/96
  Under the Influence in North Dakota, 1994            01/01/95   Govemor's Justice Commission 1994 Annual
Report on Arrests and Incarcerations for Drug                       Report                                              05122/95
  Offenses in North Dakota, 1994                       11/01/95   Highlights and Analysis from 25 Years of Collecting
Report on Arrests of Juveniles North Dakota, 1985-                  Serious Cdme Data                                   09/01/95
  1994                                                 11/01/95   Juveniles in Rhode island                             02/01195

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SOUTH GAIFIOLINA                                                  Bulletin Number 18: More Incarceration as the
                                                                    Newest Entitlement Program in Texas                 10/01/95
South Carolina Criminal and Juvenile Justice                      Bulletin Number 19: What is Recidivism? How Do
  Trends, 1993                                         01/01/95     You Measure It? What Can It Tell Policy Makers?     11/01/95
South Carolina Criminal and Juvenile Justice                      Bulletin Number 20: Moving from the Rhetoric to
  Trends, 1995                                         12/01/95     the Reality of Using Recidivism as a
Victims of Crime In South Carolina                     06/01/95     Performance Measure for Correctional Programs       12/01/95
                                                                  Bulletin Number 21: When Politics Accommodate
                                                                    Facts To Make Better Criminal Justice Policies      02/01/96
                                                                  Bulletin Number 22: Why Juvenile Justice Policies
SOUTH DAKOTA                                                        Should Be a High Priority for Texas                 04/01/96
                                                                  C.S.S.B. 15 Projection of Paper Ready Jail
Annual Report                                          11~1~5       Backlog, FY 1995-2000                               05/15/95
Crime in South Dakota 1994                             11~1~5     Continuous Electronic Monitoring in Texas: Issues
DAWN: Summary Data from the South Dakota                            for Consideration                                   03/29/95
  Drug Abuse Waming Network, July 1, 1 9 9 4 -                    Convicted Sex Offenders in Texas: An Overview of
  December 31, 1994                                    03/01/95     Sentencing Dynamics                                 02/13/95
DAWN: Summary Data from the South Dakota                          Criminal Alien Project for the State of Texas         09/01/95
  Drug Abuse Warning Network, January 1,                          Evaluation of the Texas Correctional Substance
  1995--June 30, 1995                                  10/01/95     Abuse Treatment Initiative: Progress Report         07/01/96
DAWN: Summary Data from the South Dakota                          Felony Cohort Project: Methodology and Overview       08/01/95
  Drug Abuse Warning Network, July 1, 1 9 9 5 -                   Juvenile Processing in Dallas County                  01/01/96
  December 31, 1995                                    04/01/96   Projected Impact of S.B. 15 Under Different Policy
Law-Related Education for Adjudicated Youth            09/01/95     Assumptions; Summary Report                         03120195
South Dakota Police Management Study, 1995             09/01/95   Projection of Correctional Populations in Texas, FY
South Dakota Sheriff's Management Study, 1995          07/01/95     1994-2000                                           03/09/95
                                                                  Projection of Correctional Populations in Texas, FY
                                                                    1996-2000                                           09/18/95
                                                                  Projection of Correctional Populations in Texas:
TENNESSEE                                                           Preliminary 1996 Revision                           03/07/96
                                                                  Projection of Female Correctional Populations in
Crime on Campus, 1994                                  03/01/95     Texas, FY 1996-2000                                 10/30/95
Directory of criminal Justice Agencies in                         Recidivism as a Performance Measure: The Record
  Tennessee--Third Edition                             08/16/96     So Far                                              01/08/96
Durational and Recidivism Study                        01/01/95   Recidivism of Offenders in Community Corrections:
Tennessee Criminal Justice Directory                   10/01/95     The Record So Far                                   05/01/96
Tennessee Incident-Based Reporting System                         Report on Inmate Release Statistics, Calendar
  Users' Manual                                        01~1~6        1994                                               03/16/95
                                                                  Revised Baseline Projection of Paper Ready Jail
                                                                    Backlog, FY 1995-2000                               04/17/95
TEXAS                                                             Sanctioning First Time Convicted Felony Offenders
                                                                    in the Community                                    05/01/96
Abolishing Parole for Offenders Sentenced to                      Testing the Case for More Incarceration in Texas:
  Prison for Violent Offenses                          03/21~5      The Record So Far                                   10/05/95
An In-Depth Review of the Evaluation of the Texas                 Texas Correctional Costs Per Day 1993-1994            02/01/95
  Correctional Substance Abuse Treatment                          The Texas Treatment Initiative                        03/01/95
  Initiative                                           11/06/95   Top Priority: Preparing the Juvenile Justice System
                                                                    for the Twenty-First Century                        03/01/96
Biennial Report to the Governor and the 74th
  Texas Legislature                                    01/01/95   Treatment Alternatives to Incarceration Program:
Briefing Reorganizing Correctional Programs for                     An Analysis of Retention                            03/01/95
  Accountability (Briefing to the Senate Cdminal
  Justice Committee)                                   02/22/96
Bulletin Number 13: Recommendations to Improve
  the Effectiveness of the Treatment Alternatives to              UTAH
  Incarceration Program (TAIP)                         04/01/95
Bulletin Number 15: Review of Federal-State-Local                 Bulletin from the Executive Director, December
  Partnerships to Improve the Information to Track                  1995, Number 20                                     12/01/95
  Criminals in Texas                                   06/01/95   Juvenile Crime in Utah: Report to the Governor and
Bulletin Number 16: Why It Was Prudent Not to                       the Legislature, January 1995                       01/01/95
  Expand the Correctional Substance Abuse                         Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on
  Treatment Initiative                                 07/01/95     Disproportionate Minority Confinement               01/01/95
Bulletin Number 17: A Plan to Provide Facts for                   Utah Sentencing Commission Annual Report, 1994-
  Making Better Criminal Justice Policies              09/01/95     1995                                                01/18/95

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VERMONT                                                          The West Virginia Criminal Justice Joumal, Volume
                                                                   1, Number 3                                       12/01~5
The DATALINE      Justice Research Bulletin, Volume
  4, Number 1                                         03/01/95
The DATALINE      Justice Research Bulletin, Volume              WISCONSIN
  4, Number 2                                         05/01/95
                                                                 Arrests of Juveniles in Wisconsin, 1985-1994        07/01/95
The DATALINE      Justice Research Bulletin, Volume
                                                                 Arrests of Juveniles in Wisconsin, 1986-1995        07/01/96
  4, Number 3                                         07/01/95
                                                                 Crime and Arrests, 1994                             06/01/95
The DATALINE      Justice Research Bulletin, Volume
                                                                 Drug Arrests in Wisconsin, Annual Report 1994       05/01/95
  4, Number 4                                         12/01/95
                                                                 Drug Law Enforcement Task Forces, 1991-1995         06/01/96
Vermont Traffic   Records System Audit, 1995          12/01/95
                                                                 Drug Problems in Wisconsin                          02/01/96
                                                                 Juvenile Detention in Wisconsin, 1974-1994          11/01/95
                                                                 Sexual Assaults in Wisconsin, 1994                  07/01/95
VIRGINIA                                                         Sexual Assaults in Wisconsin, 1995                  05/01/96
                                                                 Urban and Rural Crime Comparisons for
Evaluation of the Department of Corrections'                       Wisconsin--1994                                   12/01/95
  Substance Abuse Treatment Programs: Prison                     Violent Crime in Wisconsin, 1985-1994               02/01/96
  Based Therapeutic Communities                       01~1~5     Wisconsin Adult Jail Populations, 1994              05/01/95
Evaluation of the Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) Pilot                  Wisconsin Drug Law Enforcement Task Forces,
  Project                                             12/01~5      1989-1993                                         02/01/95
Juvenile Murder in Virginia: A Study of Arrests and              Wisconsin Drug Law Enforcement Task Forces,
  Convictions                                         07/01~6      1990-1994                                         09101/95
                                                                 Wisconsin Jails Inmate Programs, 1995               09/01/95


WEST VIRGINIA                                                    WYOMING
Cdme Beat, December 1995                              12/01/95   Missing Person Clearinghouse, 1995 Annual Report    03/01/96




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The index on the following pages of the Directory allows for quick access to the activities listed in Section II1. The index
contains a list of the 40 content areas designated in our clearinghouse, the Database of State Activities and Research
(DSAR), in alphabetical order. Below each content area is the name of the originating State, the titles of the activities which
focus on the content area, and the page on which the complete description of each activity can be found. This list does
not encompass all criminal justice topics. Contact JRSA directly for a more detailed search of the database.



                                                         CONTENT AREAS


                     Alternatives to Incarceration                            Parole
                     Bail                                                     Personnel/Management Issues
                     Bias Crime                                               Plea Bargaining
                     Child Abuse                                              Police
                     Community Policing                                       Population Projections
                     Corrections                                              Pretrial Release
                     Courts                                                   Prisons
                     Crime Prevention                                         Probation
                     Crime Projections                                        Prosecution
                     Domestic Violence                                        Public Attitudes
                     Drugs                                                    Recidivism
                     Drunk Driving                                            Rehabilitation
                     Expenditures/Budget/Finance                              Restitution
                     Female Crime                                             Risk Assessment
                     Firearms                                                 Sentencing
                     Homicide                                                 Sexual Assault
                     Jail                                                     Status Offenses
                     Juvenile Delinquency                                     Traffic Safety
                     Missing Children                                         Victims
                     Overcrowding                                             White Collar Crime




ALTERNATIVES            TO INCARCERATION                           Illinois
                                                                      Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)
Colorado                                                              Assessment of Disproportionate Minority Confinement in Illinois
                                                                       (p. 11)
   Literacy Evaluation Program (LEP) (p. 6)                           Drug and Violent Crime Control Strategy Impact Program (p. 13)
   Report on Impact of Legislation (p. 7)                             Juvenile Justice Legislative Committee (p. 14)
Connecticut                                                           On Good Authority (p. 14)

   Prison and Jail Overcrowding (p. 7)                             Indiana
Delaware                                                              Juvenile Crime Analysis (p. 16)
   Juvenile Incarceration and Altemative Sanction Population          Minority Representation in the Indiana Juvenile Justice System
     Forecast (p. 8)                                                    (p. 16)
   Legislative Analysis (p. 8)
   SENTAC Mission and Attitudes, Actions and Needs (p. 8)          Iowa

Florida                                                               Correctional Policy Project--Sentencing (p. 17)
                                                                      Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Drug Control
   Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections       Research Project (p. 17)
     Systems Final Report (p. 9)
Hawaii                                                             Kansas
   Crime Trends Series (p. 10)                                        Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)
   Safety Action Seminar--Community Mobilization (p. 10)              Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)
   State Court Processing Statistics Program (SCPS) (p. 10)           OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)

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     Sentencing Guidelines: Monitoring, Assessment, Training, and     South Carolina
      Recommendations (p. 19)                                            Criminal Justice Information Systems Task Force (p. 43)
Louisiana
                                                                      South Dakota
     Correctional Simulation/Policy Impact Project (p. 20)
     JJDP Compliance Monitoring (p. 21)                                  Correctional Programs Evaluation (p. 44)
     Juvenile Bootcamp Information Clearinghouse and Evaluation       Texas
      Program (p. 21)
     Juvenile Justice Data Book (p. 21)                                  Community Corrections Evaluation (CCE) (p. 46)
     Parish Jail Information System (p. 21)                              Community Youth Development Program (CYD) (p. 46)
                                                                         Juvenile Justice Forecasting Simulation Model (p. 47)
Maryland                                                                 State Jail Monitoring Project (p. 47)
     Correctional Options Analysis (p. 23)
                                                                      Utah
Massachusetts                                                             Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
     Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)                      • Juvenile Justice in Utah, 1995 (p. 48)
                                                                         Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
Michigan                                                                 Sentencing Study (p. 48)
                                                                         Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on Disproportionate
     Michigan Crime Statistics Database (p. 25)
                                                                          Minority Confinement (p. 49)
Minnesota
                                                                      Virginia
     Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
                                                                         Evaluation of Day Reporting Centers (p. 51)
Missouri                                                                 Evaluation of the Richmond Continuum of Care (p. 51)
     Offender Management Information System (OMIS)/Criminal           Washington
      History Records System Interface (p. 29)
                                                                         Sentenced Felon Jail Forecast (p. 52)
Montana
     Impact of Early Release on the Criminal Justice System (p. 29)
                                                                      BAIL
New Hampshire
     Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse
      Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)                                   Delaware
                                                                         Delaware Department of Corrections Incarceration Factbookm
New Jersey                                                                1995(p. 7)
     Analysis of Offender-Based Transaction Statistics/CCH
      Database (p. 31)                                                Florida
                                                                         Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections
New Mexico                                                                Systems Final Report (p. 9)
     Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, Domestic Violence
      Programs, and Treatment of Offenders (p. 31)                    Hawaii

New York
                                                                         State Court Processing Statistics Program (SCPS) (p. 10)

     Automated Criminal Justice Indicators System (ACJIS) (p. 31)     Illinois
     Crime and Justice Annual Report (p.,32)                             Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)
     Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)
                                                                      Maryland
Ohio
                                                                         Analysis for Need of Drug Court in Baltimore, Maryland (p. 23)
     Public Awareness/Education RE: Crime and Criminal Justice in
      Ohio (p. 38)                                                    Minnesota
     Surveys of Ohio Citizen Attitudes Concerning Crime and
      Criminal Justice (p. 38)                                           Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
Oklahoma                                                              Ohio
     Governor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime            Sheriffs' Jail Linkage System (SJLS) (p. 38)
      (p. 39)
     Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 39)            Pennsylvania
     Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)                Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (p. 41)
     Prevention Coordination (p. 40)
                                                                      Puerto Rico
Pennsylvania
                                                                         Bulletin (p. 42)
     Annual Statistical Report (p. 41)
     Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)           Utah
     Evaluating the Boot Camp Program in Pennsylvania (p. 41)
     Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (p. 41)              Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)

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BIAS C R I M E                                                       Kansas
                                                                        Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)
California                                                              Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)
                                                                        Kansas Incident-Based Reporting System (KIBRS) (p. 18)
   Hate Crime in California (p. 5)                                      Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
Hawaii                                                               Louisiana
   Crime Victimization Survey (p. 10)                                   Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)
   State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)
                                                                     Maine
Kansas
                                                                        NIBRS Implementation Project (p. 23)
   Crime in Kansas (p. 18)
   Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)          Michigan
   Kansas Incident-Based Reporting System (KIBRS) (p. 18)               Assessment of the Adequacy of Criminal History Records for
   Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)                               Needs of the Brady and Child Protection Acts (p. 25)
Maine                                                                Minnesota
   NIBRS Implementation Project (p. 23)                                 Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
   Uniform Crime Reporting--Annual Report (p. 23)                       Protective Parenting (p. 27)
Minnesota                                                               Student Survey Database 1989, 1992, 1995 (p. 27)
   Information Clearinghouse and Ubrary (p. 26)                      North Dakota
New York                                                                Victim/Witness Advocate Program Activity Reporting (p. 36)
   Bias Crime Incident Reporting Program (BCIRP) (p. 31)             Oklahoma
Oklahoma                                                                Governor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime
                                                                         (p. 39)
   Prevention Coordination (p. 40)                                      Oklahoma Prevention Programs Survey (p. 40)
   Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)                Prevention Coordination (p. 40)
South Dakota                                                            Radio Shack--United Against Crime (p. 40)
                                                                        Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)
   SDSAC Newsletter (p. 44)
   UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)                                          Puerto Rico
                                                                        Child Abuse (Maltrato A Menores) (p. 42)
Utah
                                                                        Cooperative Agreement--Local Area Network Enhancement--
   Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)                                   SAC 1 (p. 42)
Wyoming                                                              Rhode Island
   Hate Crime (p. 53)                                                   Crime Prevention and Community-Based Policing Resource
   Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)          Directory (p. 42)
    (p. 54)                                                             Domestic Violence in Rhode Island: A Research Paper
                                                                         Summarizing All Year 1994 DV-1 Forms (p. 42)

CHILD ABUSE                                                          South Carolina
                                                                        Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
Alabama                                                              South Dakota
   Crime in Alabama Report (p. 1)                                       UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)
   Developing Crime in Alabama for a Web Page on the Intemet
    (p. 1)                                                           Utah
Connecticut                                                             Analysis of Utahs Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
                                                                         1983' (p. 48)
   Coordination of Connecticut's Violence Against Women Initiative      Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
    (p. 7)                                                              Legislative Tracking System (po 48)
Delaware                                                             Virginia
   Criminal Justice Quick Reference (p. 7)                              Evaluation of Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
                                                                         Program (p. 50)
Hawaii
                                                                        Evaluation of Guardian Ad Litems (p. 51)
   Safety Action Seminar--Community Mobilization (p. 10)
                                                                     Wisconsin
Illinois
                                                                        Sexual Assault in Wisconsin (p. 53)
   Juvenile Justice Legislative Committee (p. 14)
                                                                     Wyoming
Indiana
                                                                        Domestic Violence Reporting Program (p. 53)
   Indiana Crime Victim Survey (p. 16)                                  Missing Persons Program (p. 53)

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     Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)     Vermont
      (p. 54)
                                                                         Incident-Based Crime Analysis and Mapping (p. 49)

COMMUNITY             POLICING
                                                                      CORRECTIONS
Alaska
     Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National       Alaska
      Research (p. 3)                                                    Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National
     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from                   Research (p. 3)
      Legislators and Other Government Officials (p° 3)                  Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from
Connecticut                                                               Legislators and Other Govemment Officials (p. 3)
     Safe Neighborhoods Program Evaluation (p. 7)                     Arizona
Delaware                                                                 Drug Enforcement Strategy (p. 3)
     Criminal Justice Quick Reference (p. 7)                          Arkansas
Hawaii                                                                   Computerized Criminal History (p. 4)
     Safety Action Seminar--Community Mobilization (p. 10)            California
Illinois                                                                 Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)
     Drug and Violent Crime Control Strategy Impact Program (p. 13)      Deaths in Custody (p. 5)
Kansas                                                                Colorado
     Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)                              Inmate Survey of Substance Treatment Needs (p. 6)
     OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)                                      Prison Population Projections (p. 6)
Maryland                                                              Connecticut
     Analysis for Need of Drug Court in Baltimore, Maryland (p. 23)      Prison and Jail Overcrowding (p. 7)
Massachusetts                                                         Delaware
     Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (po 24)                       Delaware Department of Corrections Incarceration Factbook--
Michigan                                                                  1995 (p. 7)
                                                                         Delaware Drug Indicators (p. 7)
     Forming a Research Partnership with Local Law Enforcement           Jail and Prison Population Forecast (p. 8)
      (p. 25)                                                            Legislative Analysis (p. 8)
                                                                         SENTAC Mission and Attitudes, Actions and Needs (p. 8)
Minnesota
     Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                    Florida

North Carolina                                                           SAC Notes: A Report on Crime, Criminal Justice, and
                                                                          Technology (p. 9)
     Community   Policing   Automation and Reporting (p. 33)
     Community   Policing   Liaison and Recognition (p. 34)           Hawaii
     Community   Policing   Program Evaluation and Analysis (p. 34)
     Community   Policing   via The School Resource Officer Model        State Court Processing Statistics Program (SCPS) (p. 10)
      (p. 34)                                                         Illinois
     Systemstats (p. 35)
                                                                         Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)
Ohio                                                                     Correctional Institution Management Information System (CIMIS)
     Evaluation of Community-Oriented Policing in Toledo (p. 37)          (p. 12)
     Peace Officer Task Analysis (p. 38)                                 Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)
                                                                         Drug and Violent Crime Control Strategy Impact Program (p. 13)
Oklahoma
                                                                      Iowa
     Govemor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime
      (p. 39)                                                            Computerized Criminal History (CCH) Records Audit and
     Prevention Coordination (p. 40)                                      Technical Assistance (p. 17)
     Radio Shack--United Against Crime (p. 40)                           Prison Population Analysis (p. 17)
                                                                         Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Drug Control
Pennsylvania                                                              Research Project (p. 17)
     Evaluation of Community-Oriented Policing in Pennsylvania (p.
      41)                                                             Kansas

Texas
                                                                         Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
                                                                         Sentencing Guidelines: Monitoring, Assessment, Training, and
     Community Youth Development Program (CYD) (p. 46)                    Recommendations (p. 19)

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Louisiana                                                            Statewide Criminal Justice Integrated System (CJIS)
                                                                      Development (p. 42)
  Correctional Simulation/Policy Impact Project (p. 20)
  Correctional System Status Report (p. 20)                       South Carolina
  Felony Sentence Tracking System (p. 20)
  Parish Jail Information System (p. 21)                             Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
                                                                     Victims of Crime in South Carolina (p. 43)
Massachusetts
                                                                  South Dakota
  Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)
                                                                     Correctional Programs Evaluation (p. 44)
Minnesota                                                            South Dakota Criminal Justice Directory (p. 45)
  Budget 2001 (p. 26)                                                State Reporting and Evaluation Program (p. 45)
  Criminal Justice Data On-Line--DATANET (p. 26)
  Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)                   Texas
  Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                      Information Authority (p. 47)
                                                                     Justice Simulation Forecasting Model (p. 47)
Nebraska                                                             Legislative Impact Analysis (p. 47)
  Criminal Justice Directory (p. 30)                                 Uniform System Cost Project (p. 48)
New Hampshire                                                     Utah
  Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse        Coordination of Criminal Justice Information Systems (p. 48)
   Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)                                     Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
New Jersey                                                        Virginia
  Analysis of Offender-Based Transaction Statistics/CCH              Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)
   Database (p. 31)
                                                                  Washington
New Mexico
                                                                     Implementation of Criminal Justice Information Act (p. 52)
  Furloughs Granted to Minimum Security Inmates in New Mexico        Inmate Population Forecast (p. 52)
   (p. 31)                                                           Juvenile Rehabilitation Institutional Population Forecast (p. 52)
New York
  Automated Criminal Justice Indicators System (ACJIS) (p. 31)
  Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)                         COURTS
  Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)
  Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)
  Prison Population Projections (p. 33)                           Alaska
                                                                     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from
North Carolina                                                        Legislators and Other Govemment Officials (p. 3)
  Legislative Monitoring (p. 35)
                                                                  Arizona
North Dakota
                                                                     Drug Enforcement Strategy (p. 3)
  Juvenile Detention Record System (p. 36)
  North Dakota Jail Information System (p. 36)                    Arkansas

Ohio                                                                 Computerized Criminal History (p. 4)
  DNA Research and Planning (p. 37)                               California
  Research Support for the Development of Criminal Justice Data
   Systems (p. 38)                                                   Advance Release: Crime and Delinquency in California
                                                                      (Prior Year) (p. 4)
Oklahoma                                                             Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)
                                                                     Criminal Justice Profile Series (Prior Year) (p. 5)
  Governor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime
   (p. 39)                                                        Connecticut
  Law Enforcement Information Link with Corrections (LINC) (p.
   39)                                                               Prison and Jail Overcrowding (p. 7)
  Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 39)
  Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)            Delaware
  Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and              Legislative Analysis (p. 8)
   Library (p. 40)                                                   Weed and Seed Project Evaluatiun (p. 8)
  Oklahoma Strategy for Drug and Violent Crime Control
   Prevention Coordination (po 40)                                Hawaii
Pennsylvania                                                         State Court Processing Statistics Program (SCPS) (p. 10)
  Annual Statistical Report (p. 41)                               Illinois
  Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)
  Evaluating the Boot Camp Program in Pennsylvania (po 41)           Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)
  Prison and Parole Population Projections (p. 41)                   Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)

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Iowa                                                                Rhode Island
  Computedzed Criminal History (CCH) Records Audit and                 Crime Prevention and Community-Based Policing Resource
   Technical Assistance (p. 17)                                         Directory (p. 42)
  Sentencing Pattems in Iowa (p, 17)
  Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Drug Control         South Carolina
    Research Project (p. 17)                                           Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
                                                                       Victims of Crime in South Carolina (p. 43)
Kansas
     Kansas Probation System (p, 19)                                South Dakota
     Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)                            South Dakota Criminal Justice Directory (p. 45)
Louisiana                                                           Texas
     JJDP Compliance Monitoring (p. 21)                                Information Authority (p. 47)
     Louisiana Sentencing Commission (p. 21)
                                                                    Utah
Massachusetts
                                                                       Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)
     Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)                     Coordination of Criminal Justice Information Systems (p. 48)
                                                                       Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
Minnesota                                                              Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on Disproportionate
     Budget 2001 (p. 26)                                                Minority Confinement (p. 49)
     Cdminal Justice Data On-LinemDATANET (p. 26)
     Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)                  Virginia
     Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                     Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)
                                                                       Evaluation of Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
Montana                                                                 Program (p. 50)
     Juvenile Probation Information System (JPIS) (p. 29)              State Reporting and Evaluation Program (SREP) (p, 52)
Nebraska                                                            Washington
     Criminal Justice Directory (p. 30)                                Implementation of Criminal Justice Information Act (p. 52)
     Juvenile Court Reporting Program (JCR) (p. 30)                    Inmate Population Forecast (p. 52)
New Hampshire
     Comprehensive Cdme Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse     CRIME        PREVENTION
      Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)
New Mexico                                                          Arizona

     Criminal Justice Resource Directory (po 31)                       Crime Prevention Programs in Arizona (p. 3)

New York                                                            Connecticut

     Automated Cdminal Justice Indicators System (ACJIS) (p. 31)       Safe Neighborhoods Program Evaluation (p. 7)
     Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)                        Delaware
     Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p° 32)
     Felony Processing Quarterly Report (p. 32)                        Weed and Seed Project Evaluation (p. 8)
     Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p, 33)
                                                                    Florida
North Carolina                                                         Programs and Research Monograph Series (p. 9)
     Community Policing via The School Resource Officer Model       Hawaii
      (p. 34)
                                                                       Crime Trends Series (p. 10)
Ohio                                                                   Crime Victimization Survey (p. 10)
     Research Support for the Development of Cdminal Justice Data      Hawaii State Clearinghouse on Missing Children (p. 10)
      Systems (p. 38)                                                  Safety Action Seminar--Community Mobilization (p. 10)
                                                                       State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)
Oklahoma
                                                                    Illinois
     Oklahoma Cdrninal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
     Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and             Early Warning System for Street Gang Violence (p, 13)
      Library (p. 40)                                               Indiana
     Oklahoma Strategy for Drug and Violent Cdme Control (p. 40)
     Sedous Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program             Indiana Crime Victim Survey (p, 16)
      (SHOCAP) Data System (p. 40)
                                                                    Iowa
Pennsylvania                                                           Juvenile Crime Prevention Program (p. 17)
     Annual Statistical Report (p. 41)
                                                                    Kansas
     Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)
     Statewide Criminal Justice Integrated System (CJIS)               An Evaluation of Project DARE: Indications of Effectiveness
      Development (p. 42)                                                  (p. 18)

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  Juvenile Justice Information System (p. 18)                        Oklahoma Prevention Programs Survey (p. 39)
  Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)                                Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
  Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)                              Library (p. 40)
  Missing Persons Clearinghouse (p. 19)                              Prevention Coordination (p. 40)
  OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)                                     Radio ShackmUnited Against Crime (p. 40)
Maine                                                             Pennsylvania
   Violence Among Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults in         Evaluation of Community-Oriented Policing in Pennsylvania
    Maine (p. 23)                                                     (p. 41)
                                                                     Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Management System (PA-
Massachusetts                                                         LEMIS) (p. 41)
  Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)
  Student Conflict Resolution Study (p. 25)                       South Carolina
                                                                     Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
Michigan
  Convenience Store Robbery Study (p. 25)                         South Dakota
  Reducing School Violence in Detroit: An Evaluation of an           Administrative Statistics for South Dakota Police (p. 44)
   Altemative Conflict Resolution Intervention (p. 25)               Administrative Statistics for South Dakota Sheriffs' (p. 44)
Minnesota
                                                                  Texas
  Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
  Minnesota Crime Victims Survey: 1996 (p. 26)                       Community Youth Development Program (CYD) (p. 46)
                                                                    .Evaluation of Progressive Sanctions (p. 46)
Missouri                                                             Juvenile Justice Forecasting Simulation Model (p. 47)
  Cost of Crime Report (p. 27)                                    Utah
  Missouri State Highway Patrol Accreditation (p. 28)
  MSHP Crime and Traffic Safety Enforcement Analysis (p. 28)         Analysis of Utahs Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
  Victim's Assistance Act Support Services (p. 29)                    1983 (p. 48)
                                                                     Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
Nebraska                                                             Protective Order Database (p. 48)
                                                                     Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on Disproportionate
   Drug Program Evaluation (p. 30)
                                                                      Minority Confinement (p. 49)
New Hampshire
                                                                  Virginia
  Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse
   Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)                                     Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)

New Mexico                                                        Wisconsin
   Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, Domestic Violence          Drug Task Forces Assessment (p. 52)
    Programs, and Treatment of Offenders (p. 31)
North Carolina
                                                                  CRIME PROJECTIONS
  Analyzing Substance Abuse in North Carolina for the BJA Anti-
   Drug Abuse Program (p. 33)
  Community Policing via The School Resource Officer Model        Alaska
   (p. 34)
  School Violence Prevention Policy/Program Analysis (p. 35)         Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from
                                                                      Legislators and Other Govemment Officials (p. 3)
Northern Mariana Islands
                                                                  Colorado
   Domestic Abuse Task Force (DATF) (p. 37)
                                                                     Report on Impact of Legislation (p. 7)
Ohio
                                                                  Delaware
  Evaluation of Community-Oriented Policing in Toledo (p. 37)
  Public Awareness/Education RE: Crime and Criminal Justice in       Legislative Analysis (p. 8)
    Ohio (p. 38)                                                     Weed and Seed Project Evaluation (p. 8)
  Surveys of Ohio Citizen Attitudes Concerning Crime and
    Criminal Justice (p. 38)                                      District of Columbia

Oklahoma                                                             Five-Part Fact Sheets on Juvenile Issues in the District of
                                                                      Columbia (p. 8)
   Frontier JusticemA Newsletter for and by Oklahoma Criminal
   Justice Professionals (p. 39)                                  Hawaii
  Govemor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime            State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)
    (p. 39)
  Grant Writing Seminar (p. 39)                                   Illinois
  Law Enforcement Information Link with Corrections (LINC)
   (p. 39)                                                           Homicide Research (p. 13)
  Oklahoma Crime Stoppers Inc. (p. 39)                               Statistical Methods for Time Series Analysis and Projections
  Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)                (p. 15)

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Indiana                                                             Connecticut
     Indiana Crime Victim Survey (p. 16)                               Coordination of Connecticut's Violence Against Women Initiative
                                                                        (p. 7)
Kansas
                                                                    Delaware
     Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)
     Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)                           Criminal Justice Quick Reference (p. 7)
                                                                       Legislative Analysis (p. 8)
Maine
     Corrections Master Record System (COMRS) Ongoing Record        Hawaii
      System (p. 22)                                                   Crime Victimization Survey (p. 10)
                                                                       Safety Action Seminar--Community Mobilization (p. 10)
Maryland                                                               State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)
     Crime and Justice in Maryland (p. 23)
                                                                    Illinois
Massachusetts                                                          Drug and Violent Crime Control Strategy Impact Program (p. 13)
     Law Enforcement Information Systems Development (p. 24)
                                                                    Indiana
Minnesota
                                                                       Indiana Crime Victim Survey (p. 16)
     Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
                                                                    Iowa
Missouri
                                                                       Batterer's Education Program Evaluation (p. 16)
     Missouri Crime and Arrest Digest (p. 27)
                                                                    Kansas
Ohio
                                                                       Crime in Kansas (p. 18)
     Public Awareness/Education RE: Crime and Criminal Justice in      Crimes Committed With Firearms in Kansas (p. 18)
      Ohio (p. 38)                                                     Development of Uniform Cdminal Justice Database (p. 18)
                                                                       Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)
Oklahoma                                                               Kansas Incident-Based Reporting System (KIBRS) (pc 18)
     Frontier Justice~A Newsletter for and by Oklahoma Criminal        Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)
      Justice Professionals (p. 39)                                    OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)
     Radio Shack--United Against Crime (p. 40)                         Violence Against Women (p. 19)

South Dakota                                                        Louisiana
     UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)                                          Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)

Texas                                                               Maine
     Evaluation of Progressive Sanctions (p. 46)                        NIBRS Implementation Project (p, 23)
                                                                        Uniform Crime Reporting--Annual Report (p. 23)
Utah
                                                                    Massachusetts
     Analysis of Utahs Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
       1983' (p. 48)                                                    Evaluation of Domestic Violence Training (p. 24)
     Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)                             Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)
     Coordination of Criminal Justice Information Systems (p. 48)
     Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)          Michigan
     Juvenile Justice in Utah, 1995 (p. 48)                            Assessment of the Adequacy of Criminal History Records for
     Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)                          Needs of the Brady and Child Protection Acts (p. 25)
                                                                    Minnesota
DOMESTIC           VIOLENCE                                             Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
                                                                        Minnesota Homicide Report (p. 26)
Alabama                                                             Nebraska
     Crime in Alabama Report (p. 1)                                     Criminal Justice Directory (p. 30)
     Developing Crime in Alabama for a Web Page on the Intemet
      (p. 1)                                                        New Hampshire
     UCR Clerks Training (p, 2)
                                                                        Homicides in New Hampshire (p. 31)
Alaska
                                                                    New Mexico
     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from
      Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)                 Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, Domestic Violence
                                                                         Programs, and Treatment of Offenders (p. 31)
California
                                                                    New York
     Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)
     Domestic Violence-Related Calls for Assistance (p. 5)              Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)


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 North Carolina                                                       DRUGS
    Community Policing via The School Resource Officer Model (p.
     34)
                                                                      Alabama
 North Dakota
                                                                         Cooperative Agreement with the Department of Forensic
    Report on Homicide in North Dakota (p. 36)                            Sciences (p. 1)
    State UCR/IBR Program (p. 36)                                        Crime in Alabama Report (p. 1)
    Victim/Witness Advocate Program Activity Reporting (po 36)           Decoding Confiscated Computers (p. 1)
                                                                         Developing Crime in Alabama for a Web Page on the Internet
 Northern Mariana Islands                                                 (p, 1)
                                                                         Preliminary Report on Index Data (po 2)
    Domestic Abuse Task Force (DATF) (po 37)                             UCR Clerks Training (p. 2)
 Oklahoma                                                            Alaska
    Governor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime            Annual OBTS Data Summary (p. 2)
     (p. 39)                                                            Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National
    Oklahoma Prevention Programs Survey (p. 40)                          Research (p. 3)
    Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and               Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from
     Library (p. 40)                                                     Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)
    Prevention Coordination (p. 40)
    Radio ShacknUnited Against Crime (p. 40)                         Arizona

Puerto Rico                                                             Drug Enforcement Strategy (p.3)
                                                                        Substance Abuse and Public School Students in Arizona (p. 4)
   Domestic Violence: Characteristics of the Offenders within the
    Criminal Justice System (p. 42)                                  Arkansas
   Cooperative AgreementnLocal Area Network Enhancement--               Crime In Arkansas (p. 4)
    SAC 1 (p. 42)                                                       Quarterly Crime Summary (p. 4)
Rhode Island                                                         California
   Domestic Violence in Rhode Island: A Research Paper                  Adult Criminal Justice Statistical System (ACJSS) (p. 4)
    Summarizing All Year 1994 DV-1 Forms (p. 42)                        Advance Release: Crime and Delinquency in California
                                                                         (Prior Year) (p. 4)
South Carolina                                                          BCS Preliminary Report: 'Crime in Selected California Law
   Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)                         Enforcement Jurisdictions' (p. 4)
                                                                        Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)
South Dakota                                                            Criminal Justice Profile Series (Prior Year) (p. 5)
                                                                        Monthly Arrest and Citation Register (MACR) (p. 5)
   UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)                                             Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) (p. 5)

Utah                                                                 Colorado

   Annual Criminal Justice Report (p, 48)                               Court Data Collecticn (p. 6)
   Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)                DCJ Bulletins (p. 6)
   Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)                                  Drug Use Forecasting (DUF)--Adult and Juvenile (p. 6)
   Protective Order Database (p. 48)                                    Inmate Survey of Substance Treatment Needs (p. 6)
                                                                        Substance Abuse Needs for the Treatment of Arrestees
Vermont                                                                   (SANTA) (p. 7)
   Dataline: Justice Research Bulletin (p. 49)                       Delaware

Virginia                                                                Delaware Drug Indicators (p. 7)
                                                                        Delaware Juvenile Secure Detention, 1992-1995 (p. 8)
   Evaluation of Crime Victims' Bill of Rights Legislation (p. 51)      Legislative Analysis (p. 8)
                                                                        Weed and Seed Project Evaluation (p. 8)
West Virginia
                                                                     District of Columbia
   Domestic Violence (p, 52)
                                                                        Five-Part Fact Sheets on Juvenile Issues in the District of
Wisconsin                                                                Columbia (p. 8)
                                                                        Three-Part Series on Female Offenders in Washington D.C.
   Sexual Assault in Wisconsin (p. 53)                                   1990-1994 (p. 8)
Wyoming                                                              Florida
  Domestic Violence Reporting Program (p. 53)                           Criminal Justice Library (p. 8)
  Uniform Crime Report (Summary-Based) (p. 53)                          Programs and Research Monograph Series (p. 9)
  Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)          SAC Notes: A Report on Crime, Criminal Justice, and
   (p. 54)                                                               Technology (p. 9)


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Georgia                                                                Massachusetts
   Studies and Reports on Request (p. 9)                                 Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)
   UCR Reporting (p. 9)
                                                                       Michigan
Hawaii                                                                   Assessing Substance Abuse Treatment Needs of the Offender
   Crime in Hawafi (p. 9)                                                 Population (p. 25)
   Crime Trends Series (p. 10)                                           Drug Use Forecasting in Detroit (p. 25)
   Crime Victimization Survey (p. 10)                                  Minnesota
   Safety Action Seminar--Community Mobilization (p. 10)
   State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)               1990-1995 Narcotic Task Force Reporting (p. 25)
                                                                         Criminal Justice Data On-Line--DATANET (p. 26)
Idaho                                                                    Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
   Criminal Justice Reference Library/Clearinghouse (p. 11)              Minnesota Homicide Report (p. 26)
                                                                         Participation in the State Reporting and Evaluation Program
Illinois                                                                   (SREP) (p. 26)
                                                                         Student Survey Database 1989, 1992, 1995 (po 27)
   Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)
   The Compiler (p.12)                                                 Missouri
   Criminal Justice Information Requests (p. 12)                         Anti-Drug Abuse Act Narcotic Control Program Support Service
   Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)                    (p. 27)
   Drug Information and Analysis (DIA) (p. 13)                           Missouri Statistical Analysis Center Library (p. 28)
   Drug and Violent Crime Control Strategy Impact Program (p. 13)
   Federal and State Assistance Programs (p. 13)                       Montana
   Methods for Geographic Crime Analysis (p. 14)
   Research Support (p. 14)                                               Crime in Montana (p. 29)
                                                                       Nebraska
Indiana
                                                                          Criminal Justice Data Information Clearinghouse (p. 30)
   Assessment of Drug Control Initiatives (p. 15)
                                                                          Criminal Justice Film Library (p. 30)
   Development of Incident-Based Reporting (IBR) in Indiana
                                                                          Drug Program Evaluation (p. 30)
    (p. 15)
   Evaluations of Projects Funded under the Federal Anti-Drug          New Hampshire
    Abuse Program (p. 15)
   Juvenile Crime Analysis (p. 16)                                        Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse
   Review of Indiana DARE Programs (p. 16)                                 Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)
                                                                          New Hampshire Crime Analysis (p. 31)
Iowa
                                                                       New Jersey
    Iowa SANTA Project (p. 17)
    Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Drug Control             Analysis of Offender-Based Transaction Statistics/CCH
      Research Project (p. 17)                                             Database (p. 31)
                                                                       New Mexico
Kansas
                                                                          Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, Domestic Violence
      Crime in Kansas (p. 18)                                              Programs, and Treatment of Offenders (p. 31)
      Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)
      Justice System Resource Directory (p. 18)                        New York
      Juvenile Justice Information System (p. 18)
      Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)                                 Automated Criminal Justice Indicators System (ACJIS) (p. 31)
      Kansas Drug Program (BJA Block Grant) (p. 18)                        Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
      Kansas Incident-Based Reporting System (KIBRS) (p. 18)              Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)
      Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)                              Drug-Related Homicide Studies (p. 32)
      OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)                                       New York State Incident-Based Reporting (NYSIBR) Project
      Statewide Marijuana Eradication Program (p. 19)                       (p. 33)
                                                                           Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)
Kentucky                                                                   Racial Disparity (p. 33)
                                                                         • Research Methods (p. 33)
      Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 19)                   Victims of Drug-Related Homicides (p. 33)
Louisiana                                                              North Carolina
      Criminal History Improvement Program (p. 20)                        Analyzing Substance Abuse in North Carolina for the BJA Anti-
      Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 20)                   Drug Abuse Program (p. 33)
      Governor's Criminal Justice Policy Task Force (p. 21)               Evaluation of an Intensive Chemical Dependency Program
      Louisiana Incident-Based Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)               Targeting Incarcerated Offenders (p. 34)
       System (p. 21)                                                     Legislative Monitoring (p. 35)
      Prison Overcrowding Management Technical Assistance                 Multijurisdictional Drug Task Force: A Policy Impact Assessment
       Program (p. 22)                                                     (p. 35)
                      I
                                                                          State Reporting and Evaluation Program (SREP) (p. 35)
 Maryland                                                                 Systemstats (p. 35)
      Analysis for Need of Drug Court in Baltimore, Maryland (p. 23)      Technical Assistance to the Sentencing and Policy Advisory
      Correctional Options Analysis (p. 23)                                Commission (p. 36)

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North Dakota                                                        Utah
   Report on Arrests and Incarcerations for Drug Offenses (p, 36)      Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)
  State UCR/IBR Program (p. 36)                                        Coordinaticn of Criminal Justice Information Systems (p. 48)
                                                                       Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 48)
Ohio                                                                   Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
                                                                       Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)
  Analysis of Ohio Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Data (p. 37)          Statewide Warrants (p. 49)
  Computerized Criminal Histories Upgrade (p. 37)
  Development of Drug Use Forecasting (Offender Testing) Sites      Vermont
   (p. 37)
  Drug Research (Criminal) (p. 37)                                     Dataline: Justice Research Bulletin (p. 49)
  Ohio National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) (p. 38)        Drug Use Among Arrestees (p. 49)
  Research Support for the Development of Criminal Justice Data        Justice System Modeling (p, 49)
   Systems (p. 38)                                                     The Vermont Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force: An
  SAC Research Requests and Responses (p. 38)                           Evaluation (p. 50)
   The State of Crime and Criminal Justice in Ohio Report (2nd
                                                                    Virgin Islands
    Edition) (p. 38)
  Surveys of Ohio Citizen Attitudes Concerning Crime and               Statistical Summaries of Part I Crimes (p. 50)
   Criminal Justice (p. 38)
                                                                    Virginia
Oklahoma
                                                                       Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)
  Govemor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime              Clearinghouse of Information on Crime and the Criminal Justice
   (p. 39)                                                              System (p. 50)
  Law Enforcement Information Link with Corrections (LINC)             Development of an Integrated Criminal Justice Information
   (p. 39)                                                              System (p. 50)
  Oklahoma Prevention Programs Survey (p. 40)                          Evaluation of Indian Creek Therapeutic Community (p. 51)
  Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and                Evaluation of Therapeutic Communities Drug Treatment
   Library (p. 40)                                                      Programs (p. 51)
  Oklahoma Strategy for Drug and Violent Crime Control (p, 40)         Provision of Specialized Statistical and Policy Analysis and
  Prevention Coordination (p. 40)                                       Interpretation of Criminal Justice Data (p. 51)
  Radio Shack--United Against Crime (p. 40)                            State Reporting and Evaluation Program (SREP) (p. 52)
  Schedule II Drug Tracking (p. 40)
                                                                    Washington
Oregon                                                                 Inmate Population Forecast (p. 52)
  Clearinghouse for Criminal Justice Data and Documents (p. 41)
                                                                    West Virginia
Pennsylvania                                                           Crime Beat (p. 52)
  Annual Statistical Report (p. 41)                                    Narcotics Arrest Survey 1993 (p. 52)
  Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)            Wisconsin
  Statewide Criminal Justice Integrated System (CJIS)
   Development (p. 42)                                                 Drug Task Forces Assessment (po 52)
                                                                       Information Fliers/Reports (p. 53)
Rhode Island                                                           UCR Reports for Individual Law Enforcement Agencies (po 53)
                                                                       Wisconsin Crime and Arrests (p. 53)
  Domestic Violence in Rhode Island: A Research Paper
   Summarizing All Year 1994 DV-1 Forms (p, 42)                     Wyoming
South Carolina                                                         Uniform Crime Report (Summary-Based) (p. 53)
                                                                       Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)
  Clearinghouse for Criminal Justice Data and Information (p. 43)       (p. 54)
South Dakota
  Correctional Programs Evaluation (p. 44)                          DRUNK         DRIVING
  Crime In South Dakota (p. 44)
  Epidemiology Work Group (p. 44)
  SDSAC Newsletter (p. 44)                                          Alabama
  South Dakota Drug Abuse Waming Network (SDDAWN) (p. 45)
  South Dakota Drug Investigators Meetings (p. 45)                     Developing Crime in Alabama for a Web Page on the Intemet
  State Reporting and Evaluation Program (p. 45)                        (p. 1)
  Statistical Support to the Attorney General's Office (p. 45)         UCR Clerks Training (p. 2)
  UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)
                                                                    Arkansas
Texas                                                                  Crime In Arkansas (p. 4)
  Criminal Justice Information System Implementation (p. 46)           Quarterly Crime Summary (p. 4)
  Executive Director's Newsletter (p. 46)                           California
  Juvenile Justice Forecasting Simulation Model (p. 47)
  Legislative Impact Analysis (p. 47)                                  Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)

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Delaware                                                          Utah
     Delaware Drug Indicators (p. 7)                                 Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
Hawaii                                                            Vermont
     State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)         Crash Data Resource Book (p. 49)
                                                                     Data/ine: Justice Research Bulletin (p. 49)
Illinois
                                                                  Wyoming
     Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)
                                                                     Uniform Crime Report (Summary-Based) (p. 53)
Indiana                                                              Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)
     Operation Pull Over Activity Assessment (p. 16)                  (p. 54)

Iowa
     Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Drug Control    EXPENDITURES/BUDGET/FINANCE
      Research Project (p. 17)
Kansas                                                            Alabama
     Crime in Kansas (p. 18)                                         Crime Analysis for Police Department Executives (p. 1)
     Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)
     Kansas Incident-Based Reporting System (KIBRS) (p. 18)       Arizona
     Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)                          Drug Enforcement Strategy (p. 3)
     OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)                                  Victim Assistance Fund Revenues (p. 4)
Kentucky                                                          California
     DUI Jury Trial Notebook (p. 20)                                 Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)
                                                                     Criminal Justice Profile Series (Prior Year) (p. 5)
Maine
     NIBRS Implementation Project (p. 23)                         Illinois
     Uniform Crime Reporting--Annual Report (p. 23)                  Criminal Justice Financing in Illinois (p. 12)
                                                                     Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)
Minnesota
                                                                     Juvenile Justice Legislative Committee (p. 14)
     Criminal Justice Data On-Line--DATANET (p. 26)
     Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)                Iowa
     Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                   Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Drug Control
Missouri
                                                                      Research Project (p, 17)

     Missoud Holiday Crashes Report (p. 28)                       Kansas
     Missouri Traffic Safety Compendium (p. 28)                      Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)
     MSJP Crime and Traffic Safety Enforcement Analysis (p. 28)
     Statewide Traffic Accident Records System (STARS) (p. 29)    Louisiana
New Hampshire                                                        Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)
     DWI Plea Bargaining (p. 30)                                  Maryland
     Homicides in New Hampshire (p. 31)
                                                                     Crime and Justice in Maryland (p. 23)
New York
                                                                  Minnesota
     Cdme and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
     Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)                   Budget 2001 (p. 26)
                                                                     Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)
North Dakota                                                         Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
     Report on Arrests and Incarcerations for Driving Under the   Missouri
      Influence (p. 36)
     State UCR/IBR Program (p. 36)                                    Missouri State Highway Patrol Accreditation (p. 28)

Oklahoma                                                          Montana
     Prevention Coordination (p. 40)                                  Montana Crime Victims Annual Report (p. 29)
     Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (po 40)
                                                                  New Mexico
Pennsylvania                                                          Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, Domestic Violence
     Annual Statistical Report (p. 41 )                                Programs, and Treatment of Offenders (p. 31)
     Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (p. 41)
                                                                  New York
South Dakota
                                                                      Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
     UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)                                         Law Enforcement Personnel Data System (p. 33)

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Ohio                                                              Oklahoma
   A Census of Ohio Law Enforcement (p. 37)                          Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 39) •
                                                                     Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
Oklahoma                                                              Library (p. 40)
   Frontier Justice--A Newsletter for and by Oklahoma Criminal       Prevention Coordination (p. 40)
    Justice Professionals (p. 39)                                    Radio Shack--United Against Crime (p. 40)
   Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)              Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)
   Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and          South Dakota
    Library (p. 40)
                                                                     UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)
Pennsylvania
                                                                  Wyoming
   Annual Statistical Report (p. 41 )
   Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)            Uniform Crime Report (Summary-Based) (p. 53)
                                                                     Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)
South Dakota                                                          (p. 54)
   Administrative Statistics for South Dakota Police (p. 43)
   Administrative Statistics for South Dakota Sheriffs (p. 44)
                                                                  FIREARMS
Texas
   Community Corrections Evaluation (CCE) (p. 46)                 Alabama
   Uniform System Cost Project (p. 48)
                                                                     Developing Crime in Alabama for a Web Page on the Internet
Utah                                                                  (p. 1)
   Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)                            Alaska
   Sentencing Study (p. 48)
   Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on Disproportionate      Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National
    Minority Confinement (p. 49)                                      Research (p. 3)
                                                                     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from
Virginia                                                              Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)
   Evaluation of Guardian Ad Litems (p. 51)                       Delaware
                                                                     Delaware Juvenile Secure Detention, 1992-1995 (p. 8)
FEMALE C R I M E                                                  District of Columbia
                                                                    Five-Part Fact Sheets on Juvenile Issues in the District of
Delaware                                                             Columbia (p. 8)
                                                                    Three-Part Series on Female Offenders in Washington D.C.
  Jail and Prison Population Forecast (p. 8)                          1990-1994 (p. 8)
District of Columbia                                              Hawaii
  Five-Part Fact Sheets on Juvenile Issues in the District of       Crime in Hawaii (p. 9)
   Columbia (p. 8)                                                  Crime Trends Series (p. 10)
  Three-Part Series on Female Offenders in Washington D.C.          Crime Victimization Survey (p. 10)
   1990-1994 (p. 8)                                                 State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)
Hawaii                                                            Kansas
  Crime in Hawaii (p. 9)                                            Crimes Committed With Firearms in Kansas (p. 18)
  Crime Trends Series (p. 10)                                       OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)
  State Statistical Analysis Canter Clearinghouse (p. 10)           Perpetrators and Victims of Violent Crime in Kansas (p. 19)
                                                                    Violence Against Women (p. 19)
Kansas
  Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)                          Minnesota
  Violence Against Women (p. 19)                                    Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
                                                                    Minnesota Homicide Report (p. 26)
Minnesota
                                                                  New York
  Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
  Minnesota Homicide Report (p. 26)                                 Felony Processing Quarterly Report (p. 32)
                                                                    Gun Tracking (p. 32)
New York
                                                                  North Dakota
  Drug-Related Homicide Studies (p. 32)
  Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)                     Report on Homicide in North Dakota (p. 36)
Ohio                                                              Oklahoma
  Analysis of Ohio Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Data (p. 37)       Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)

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Puerto Rico                                                         Maryland
     The Role of the SAC Related to NCHIP (p. 42)                     Crime and Justice in Maryland (p. 23)
Rhode Island                                                        Minnesota
     Domestic Violence in Rhode Island: A Research Paper              Criminal Justice Data On-Line--DATANET (p. 26)
      Summarizing All Year 1994 DV-1 Forms (p. 42)                    Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)
     Gun Court-A Status and Statistical Report (p,)                   Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
Wyoming                                                               Minnesota Homicide Report (p. 26)
     Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)   Missouri
      (p. 54)
                                                                      Missouri Law Enforcement Employment and Assault Report
                                                                        (p. 28)
HOMICIDE                                                            New Hampshire
                                                                      Homicides in New Hampshire (p. 31)
Alabama
                                                                    New York
     Crime in Alabama Report (p. 1)
     Developing Crime in Alabama for a Web Page on the Internet       Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
      (p. 1)                                                          Drug-Related Homicide Studies (p. 32)
     UCR Clerks Training (p. 2)                                       New York State Homicide (p. 32)
                                                                      Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)
Alaska                                                                Victims of Drug-Related Homicides (p. 33)
     Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National
      Research (p. 3)                                               North Dakota
     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from                Report on Homicide in North Dakota (p. 36)
      Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)                State UCR/IBR Program (p. 36)
Arizona
                                                                    Ohio
     Homicide in Arizona 1994 (p. 3)
                                                                      Analysis of Ohio Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Data (p. 37)
Arkansas                                                              Ohio National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) (p. 38)
     Crime In Arkansas (p. 4)                                       Oklahoma
     Quarterly Crime Summary (p. 4)
                                                                       Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
California                                                             Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)
     Advance Release: Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior
                                                                    Puerto Rico
      Year) (p. 4)
     Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)           Bulletin (p. 42)
     Criminal Justice Profile Series (Prior Year) (p. 5)
     Homicide in California (p. 5)                                  Rhode Island
District of Columbia                                                   Domestic Violence in Rhode Island: A Research Paper
                                                                        Summarizing All Year 1994 DV-1 Forms (p. 42)
     Crime and Justice Report 1994 (p. 8)
Hawaii                                                              South Dakota

     Crime in Hawafi (p. 9)                                            Crime In South Dakota (p. 44)
     Crime Trends Series (p. 10)                                       Statistical Support to the Attorney General's Office (p. 45)
     State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)           UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)

Illinois                                                            Utah
     Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)               Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
     Homicide Research (p. 13)                                         Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)
Kansas                                                              Virginia
     Crimes Committed With Firearms in Kansas (p. 18)                  Juvenile Murder in Virginia: A Study of Arrests and Convictions
     Crime in Kansas (p. 18)                                               (p. 51)
     Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)
     Kansas Incident-Based Reporting System (KIBRS) (p. 18)         Wisconsin
     Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
     OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)                                    Information Fliers/Reports (p. 53)
     Perpetrators and Victims of Violent Crime in Kansas (p, 19)
                                                                    Wyoming
Maine
                                                                       Uniform Crime Report (Summary-Based) (p. 53)
     NIBRS Implementation Project (p. 23)                              Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)
     Uniform Crime Reporting--Annual Report (p. 23)                     (p. 54)

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JAIL                                                                 Nebraska
                                                                       Criminal Justice Directory (p. 30)
Alaska                                                                 Jail Admission and Release System (JARS) (p. 30)

   Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National        New Mexico
    Research (p. 3)                                                    Criminal Justice Resource Directory (p. 31)
   Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from
    Legislators and Other Govemment Officials (p. 3)                 New York
Arizona                                                                Automated Criminal Justice Indicators System (ACJIS) (p. 31)
   Drug Enforcement Strategy (p. 3)                                    Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
                                                                       Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)
California                                                             Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)
   Crime and Delinquency in Califomia (Prior Year) (p. 5)            North Dakota
   Jail and Camp Populations (p. 5)
                                                                       North Dakota Jail Information System (p. 36)
Delaware
                                                                     Ohio
   Criminal Justice Quick Reference (p. 7)
   Delaware Department of Corrections Incarceration Factbook--         Sheriffs' Jail Linkage System (SJLS) (p. 38)
    1995 (p. 7)
   Delaware Juvenile Secure Detention, 1992-1995 (p. 8)              Oklahoma
   Jail and Prison Population Forecast (p. 8)                          Jail Population Projection and Jail Management Assistance
   Legislative Analysis (p. 8)                                          (p. 39)
District of Columbia                                                   LOCKDOWN (p. 39)
                                                                       Law Enforcement Information Link with Corrections (LINC)
   Three-Part Series on Female Offenders in Washington D.C.             (p. 39)
    1990-1994 (p. 8)
                                                                     Pennsylvania
Florida
                                                                        County Jail Automation Project (p. 41)
   Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections        Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)
    Systems Final Report (p. 9)                                         Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (p. 41)
                                                                        Statewide Criminal Justice Integrated System (CJIS)
Illinois
                                                                         Development (p. 42)
   Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)
   Assessment of Disproportionate Minority Confinement in Illinois   Rhode Island
    (p. 11)                                                             Domestic Violence in Rhode Island: A Research Paper
   Correctional Institution Management Information System (CIMIS)        Summarizing All Year 1994 DV-1 Forms (p. 42)
    (p. 12)
   Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)               South Carolina
Indiana                                                                 Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
   Minority Representation in the Indiana Juvenile Justice System       Victims of Crime in South Carolina (p. 43)
    (p. 16)                                                          South Dakota
Iowa                                                                    Administrative Statistics for South Dakota Sheriffs' (p. 44)
   Monitoring the Secure Confinement of Juveniles (p. 17)
                                                                     Texas
Kansas                                                                  Analysis of Adult and Juvenile Crime Data (p. 46)
   Juvenile Justice Task Force (p.18)                                   Executive Working Group (p. 47)
   Kansas Sentencing Commission Annual Report (p. 19)                   Five-Year Trend Analysis of Adult Crime Statistics (p. 47)
   Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)                              State Jail Monitoring Project (p. 47)
Louisiana                                                            Utah
   Correctional Simulation/Policy Impact Project (po 20)                Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
   Criminal History Improvement Program (p. 20)
   JJDP Compliance Monitoring (p. 21)                                Vermont
   Parish Jail Information System (p. 21)
                                                                        Drug Use Among Arrestees (p. 49)
Maine                                                                   Evaluation of Intermediate Sanctions (p. 49)
   Corrections Master Record System (COMRS) Ongoing Record           Virginia
    System (p. 22)
                                                                        Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)
Minnesota
                                                                     Washington
   Budget 2001 (p. 26)
   Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)                        Implementation of Criminal Justice Information Act (p. 52)
   Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                        Sentenced Felon Jail Forecast (p. 52)

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wisconsin                                                              Montana
     Jail Population Survey (p. 53)                                      Juvenile Probation Information System (JPIS) (p. 29)
     Juvenile Detention Survey (p. 53)
                                                                       Nebraska
                                                                         Juvenile Court Reporting Program (JCR) (p. 30)
JUVENILE          DELINQUENCY
                                                                       North Carolina
                                                                          Community Policing via The School Resource Officer Model
Alaska                                                                     (p. 34)
     Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National           Family, School, Community, and Economic Factors Associated
      Research (p. 3)                                                      with Juvenile Crime in North Carolina: A System Impact
                                                                           Assessment (p. 34)
Arizona                                                                   School Violence Prevention Policy/Program Analysis (p. 35)
                                                                          $ystemstats (p. 35)
     Predictors of Gang Violence Potential (p. 3)
     Street Gangs in Arizona (p. 3)                                    North Dakota
Delaware                                                                  Juvenile Detention Record System (p. 36)
                                                                          Report on Arrests of Juveniles (p. 36)
     Juvenile Incarceration and Alternative Sanction Population
      Forecast (p. 8)                                                  Oklahoma
Florida                                                                   Governor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime
                                                                           (p. 39)
     Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections        Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
      Systems Final Report (p. 9)                                         Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
                                                                           Library (p. 40)
Hawaii
                                                                          Prevention Coordination (p. 40)
     Crime in Hawaii (p. 9)                                               Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program
     Crime Trends Series (p. 10)                                           (SHOCAP) Data System (p. 40)
     Safety Action Seminar--Community Mobilization (p. 10)
     State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)           Pennsylvania
                                                                          Annual Statistical Report (p. 41)
Illinois
                                                                          Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)
     Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)
     Juvenile Justice Project (p. 14)                                  South Carolina
                                                                          Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
Iowa                                                                      Victims of Crime in South Carolina (p. 43)
     Disproportionate Incarceration Rate of Minority Youth in Secure
      Facilities (p. 17)                                               South Dakota
     Juvenile Justice Evaluation Capacity Building (p. 17)                Crime In South Dakota (p. 44)
     Monitoring the Secure Confinement of Juveniles (p. 17)               SDSAC Newsletter (p. 44)
                                                                          UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)
Kansas
     Juvenile Justice Information System (p. 18)                       Utah
     Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)                              Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)
                                                                          Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
Louisiana                                                                 Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on Disproportionate
     JJDP Compliance Monitoring (p. 21)                                    Minority Confinement (p. 49)
     Juvenile Justice Data Book (p. 21 )
                                                                       Virginia
Maine                                                                     Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)
     Violence Among Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults in
                                                                       Washington
      Maine (p. 23)
                                                                          Juvenile Rehabilitation Institutional Population Forecast (p. 52)
Michigan
                                                                       Wisconsin
     Reducing School Violence in Detroit: An Evaluation of an
      Alternative Conflict Resolution Intervention (p. 25)                Information Fliers/Reports (p. 53)
                                                                          Juvenile Detention Survey (p. 53)
Minnesota
     Criminal Justice Data On-Line--DATANET (p. 26)
     Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)                     MISSING        CHILDREN
     Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
     Student Survey Database 1989, 1992, 1995 (p. 27)
                                                                       Hawaii
Missouri
                                                                          Hawaii State Clearinghouse on Missing Children (p. 10)
     Missouri Juvenile Justice Three-Year Plan Support (p. 28)            State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)

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Kansas                                                              Missouri
   Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)                                Offender Management Information System (OMIS)/Criminal
   Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)                              History Records SYStem Interface (p. 29)
   Missing Persons Clearinghouse (p. 19)
                                                                    Montana
Minnesota
                                                                      Impact of Early Release on the Criminal Justice System (p. 29)
    Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
Missouri                                                            New Jersey

    MULES Missing Person Project (p. 28)                              Analysis of Offender-Based Transaction Statistics/CCH
                                                                       Database (p. 31)
New York
                                                                    New York
    Missing Children (p. 32)
                                                                      Prison Population Projections (p. 33)
Oklahoma
   Oklahoma Prevention Programs Survey (p. 40)                      North Carolina
   Prevention Coordination (p. 40)                                    Legislative Monitoring (p. 35)
Wyoming                                                             Ohio
    Missing Persons Program (p. 53)
                                                                      Public Awareness/Education RE: Crime and Criminal Justice in
                                                                       Ohio (p. 38)
                                                                      Sheriffs' Jail Linkage System (SJLS) (p. 38)
OVERCROWDING                                                          Surveys of Ohio Citizen Attitudes Conceming Crime and
                                                                       Criminal Justice (p. 38)
Colorado                                                            Oklahoma
   Report on Impact of Legislation (p. 7)                             Governor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime
Connecticut                                                             (p. 39)
                                                                      Jail Population Projection and Jail Management Assistance (p.
   Parole Guidelines (p. 7)                                            39)
   Prison and Jail Overcrowding (p. 7)                                Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 39)
                                                                      Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
Delaware                                                              Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
   Legislative Analysis (p. 8)                                          Library (p. 40)

Florida                                                             Pennsylvania
   SAC Notes: A Report on Crime, Criminal Justice, and                Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)
    Technology (p. 9)                                                 Evaluating the Boot Camp Program in Pennsylvania (p. 41)
   Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections      Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (p. 41)
    Systems Final Report (p. 9)                                       Prison and Parole Population Projections (p. 41)
Hawaii                                                              Texas
   State Court Processing Statistics Program (SCPS) (p. 10)           Executive Working Group (p. 47)
                                                                      Justice Simulation Forecasting Model (p. 47)
Illinois                                                              Juvenile Justice Forecasting Simulation Model (p. 47)
   Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)                State Jail Monitoring Project (p. 47)
   On Good Authority (p. 14)                                          Time Served in Texas (p. 47)
Iowa                                                                Utah
   Prison Population Analysis (p. 17)                                 Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)
                                                                      Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
Kansas                                                                Juvenile Justice in Utah, 1995 (p. 48)
   Local Government Advisory Group (po 19)                            Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
                                                                      Sentencing Study (p. 48)
Louisiana                                                             Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)
   Felony Sentence Tracking System (p. 20)                          Washington
   Parish Jail Information System (p. 21)
                                                                      Inmate Population Forecast (p. 52)
Maryland                                                              Juvenile Rehabilitation Institutional Population Forecast (p. 52)
   Analysis for Need of Drug Court in Baltimore, Maryland (p. 23)     Sentenced Felon Jail Forecast (p. 52)

Minnesota                                                           Wisconsin
   Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                      Jail Population Survey (p. 53)

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PAROLE                                                                 Ohio
                                                                          Surveys of Ohio Citizen Attitudes Conceming Crime and
                                                                           Criminal Justice (p. 38)
Alaska
     Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National        Oklahoma
      Research (p. 3)                                                     Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 39)
     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from                   Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
      Legislators and Other Govemment Officials (p. 3)                    Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
                                                                           Library (po 40)
Arizona                                                                   Oklahoma Strategy for Drug and Violent Crime Control (p. 40)
     Victim Assistance Fund Revenues (p. 4)                            Pennsylvania
California                                                                Annual Statistical Report (p. 41)
                                                                          Cdminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)
     Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)              Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (p. 41)
Colorado                                                                  Prison and Parole Population Projections (p. 41)
                                                                          Statewide Criminal Justice Integrated System (CJIS)
     Implementing and Monitoring Parole Guidelines in Colorado             Development (p. 42)
       (p. 6)
                                                                       South Carolina
Connecticut                                                               Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
     Parole Guidelines (p. 7)                                             Victims of Crime in South Carolina (p. 43)
     Prison and Jail Overcrowding (p. 7)
                                                                       South Dakota
Delaware                                                                  Correctional Programs Evaluation (p. 44)
                                                                          South Dakota Criminal Justice Directory (p. 45)
     Criminal Justice Quick Reference (p. 7)
                                                                       Texas
Florida
                                                                          Analysis of Adult and Juvenile Crime Data (p. 46)
     Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections        Five-Year Trend Analysis of Adult Crime Statistics (p. 47)
      Systems Final Report (p. 9)                                         Justice Simulation Forecasting Model (p. 47)
Illinois                                                                  Monitoring the Use of Parole Guidelines (p. 47)
                                                                          Time Served in Texas (p. 47)
     Assessment of Disproportionate Minority Confinement in Illinois
      (p. 11)                                                          Utah
     Drug and Violent Crime Control Strategy Impact Program (p. 13)       Analysis of Utah's Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
     On Good Authority (p. 14)                                             1983 (p. 48)
                                                                          Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)
Kansas                                                                    Coordination of Criminal Justice Information Systems (p. 48)
     Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)             Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
     Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)                              Juvenile Justice in Utah, 1995 (p. 48)
     Sentencing Guidelines: Monitoring, Assessment, Training, and         Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
      Recommendations (p. 19)                                             Sentencing Study (po 48)
                                                                          Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)
Louisiana
                                                                       Virginia
     Parole Risk Assessment Model (p. 22)                                 Evaluation of Day Reporting Centers (p, 51)
     Risk/Needs Field Classification Model (Probation and Parole)
      (p. 22)
Massachusetts                                                          PERSONNEL/MANAGEMENT                       ISSUES
     Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)
                                                                       Alabama
Minnesota
                                                                          ACJIC Newsletter (p. 1)
     Information Cleadnghouse and Library (p. 26)                         Checking and Reviewing the Incident Reports Sent Into
                                                                           Alabama's Uniform Crime Reporting Program (p. 1)
Montana                                                                   Crime Analysis for Police Department Executives (p. 1)
                                                                          IBR--A Management Tool (p. 1)
     Impact of Eady Release on the Criminal Justice System (p. 29)
                                                                          Law Enforcement Directory (p. 2)
New Mexico                                                                Law Enforcement Officers Handbook (p. 2)
                                                                          Sector Breakdowns of Crime (p. 2)
     Criminal Justice Resource Directory (p. 31)
                                                                       Arizona
New York
                                                                          Arizona Criminal Justice Agency Directory (p. 3)
     Automated Criminal Justice Indicators System (ACJIS) (p. 31)
     Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)                           California
     Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)                   Full-Time Law Enforcement Personnel Survey (p. 5)

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Florida                                                              Oklahoma
   Academically Speaking...Criminal Justice-Related Research by        Grant Writing Seminar (p. 39)
    Florida's Doctoral Candidates (p. 8)                               Oklahoma Criminal Justice Resource Center Intern/Volunteer
   Florida Statistical Analysis Center Criminal Justice Databases       Program (p. 39)
     (p. 9)
   Issues and Commentary for the Criminal Justice Executive          Pennsylvania
    Monograph Series (p. 9)                                            Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Management System (PA-
   SAC Notes: A Report on Crime, Criminal Justice, and                  LEMIS) (p. 41)
    Technology (p. 9)                                                  Prison and Parole Population Projections (p. 41)
Kansas                                                               South Dakota
   Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)                             Administrative Statistics for South Dakota Police (p. 44)
                                                                       Administrative Statistics for South Dakota Sheriffs (p. 44)
Louisiana
                                                                     Texas
   Computer-Based Forecasting Policy Simulation Model (p. 20)
   Directory of Automated Law Enforcement Systems (p. 20)              Criminal Alien Project (LESC) (p. 46)
   Local Criminal Justice Information Systems Program (p. 21)
   Louisiana Statute Digest (p. 21)                                  Utah
   Peace Officer Training Database (p. 22)                             Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)
   State Criminal Justice System Redesign (p. 22)                       Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
                                                                        Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on Disproportionate
Maryland                                                                 Minority Confinement (p. 49)
   CJIS Audit (p. 23)
                                                                     Vermont
Massachusetts                                                           The Vermont Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force: An
   Law Enforcement Information Systems Development (p. 24)               Evaluation (p. 50)

Minnesota                                                            Virginia
   Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                        Evaluation of Guardian Ad Litems (p. 51)
                                                                        Evaluation of Indian Creek Therapeutic Community (p. 51)
Missouri
                                                                     Wisconsin
   Highway Safety Plan Support Services (po 27)
   Missouri Law Enforcement Employment and Assault Report               Law Enforcement Computerization Summary (p. 53)
    (p. 28)
   Missouri State   Highway Patrol Accreditation (p. 28)
   Missouri State   Highway Patrol Public Opinion Survey (p. 28)     PLEA       BARGAINING
   Missouri State   Highway Patrol Pursuit Information System
    (p. 28)
   Missouri State   Highway Patrol Use of Force Information System   Florida
    (p. 28)                                                             Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections
   POST Student     Evaluation Surveys (p. 29)
                                                                         Systems Final Report (p. 9)
Montana                                                              Indiana
   Directory of Criminal Justice Agencies (p. 29)                       Juvenile Crime Analysis (p. 16)
   Law Enforcement Manpower in Montana (p. 29)
                                                                     Kansas
New Hampshire
                                                                        Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
   New Hampshire Crime Analysis (p. 31)
                                                                     Kentucky
New Mexico
                                                                        DUI Jury Trial Notebook (po 20)
   Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, Domestic Violence
    Programs, and Treatment of Offenders (p. 31)                     Louisiana
New York                                                                Louisiana Sentencing Commission (p. 21)
   Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)                           Maryland
   Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)
                                                                        Analysis for Need of Drug Court in Baltimore, Maryland (p. 23)
   District Attomey's Staffing Survey (p. 32)
   Law Enforcement Personnel Data System (p. 32)                        Crime and Justice in Maryland (p. 23)
                                                                     Minnesota
Ohio
                                                                        Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
   A Census of Ohio Law Enforcement (p. 37)
   Evaluation of Community-Oriented Policing in Toledo (p. 37)       New Hampshire
   The Ohio Police Behavior Study (p. 38)
   Peace Officer Task Analysis (p. 38)                                  DWI Plea Bargaining (p. 30)

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New York                                                              District of Columbia
     Felony Processing Quarterly Report (p. 32)                          Crime and Justice Report 1994 (p. 8)
     Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)
                                                                      Florida
Ohio
                                                                         SAC Notes: A Report on Crime, Criminal Justice, and
     Surveys of Ohio Citizen Attitudes Conceming Crime and                Technology (p. 9)
      Criminal Justice (p. 38)
                                                                      Hawaii
Oklahoma
                                                                         Crime in Hawaii (p. 9)
     Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)
                                                                      Illinois
South Dakota
                                                                         Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)
     Statistical Support to the Attorney General's Office (p. 45)        Area-Wide Law Enforcement Radio Terminal System (p. 11)
                                                                         Drug and Violent Crime Control Strategy Impact Program (p. 13)
Utah                                                                     Police Information Management System (PIMS) (p. 14)
     Analysis of Utahs Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
      1983 (p. 48)                                                    Indiana
     Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)                              Assessment of Drug Control Initiatives (p. 15)
     Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)                                 Evaluations of Projects Funded under the Federal Anti-Drug
     Sentencing Study (p. 48)                                             Abuse Program (p. 15)
     Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)
                                                                      Iowa
Vermont
                                                                         Computerized Criminal History (CCH) Records Audit and
     Sentencing and Disposition Study (p. 50)                             Technical Assistance (p. 17)
                                                                      Kansas
POLICE                                                                   Crime in Kansas (p. 18)
                                                                         Kansas Incident-Based Reporting System (KIBRS) (p. 18)
                                                                         Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
Alabama
     ACJIC Newsletter (p. 1)                                          Louisiana
     Crime Analysis for Jefferson County Sheriff's Office (p. 1)         Directory of Automated Law Enforcement Systems (po 20)
     IBR--A Management Tool (p. 1)                                       Louisiana Statute Digest (p. 21)
     Law Enforcement Officers Handbook (p. 2)                            Peace Officer Training Database (p. 22)
     PC Program for IBR Data Submission (p. 2)
     Police Academy Training Program (p. 2)                           Maryland
     Sector Breakdowns of Crime (p. 2)
     Training Courses on the PC for Incident Reporting (UCR) (p. 2)      Maryland Incident-Based Cdme Reporting (p. 23)
     Training Courses on the PC for Incident Reporting (UCR) (p. 2)
     UCR Newsletter (p. 2)                                            Massachusetts
                                                                         Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p° 24)
Alaska
     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from               Minnesota
      Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)                  1990-1995 Narcotic Task Force Reporting (p. 25)
Arizona
                                                                         Budget 2001 (p. 26)
                                                                         Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)
     Drug Enforcement Strategy (p. 3)                                    Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
                                                                         Minnesota Homicide Report (p. 26)
Arkansas
                                                                      Missouri
     Computerized Criminal History (p. 4)
     Crime In Arkansas (p. 4)                                           • Missouri Crime and Arrest Digest (p. 27)
     Rape in Arkansas (p. 4)                                              Missouri Law Enforcement Employment and Assault Report
                                                                          (p. 28)
California                                                               MSHP Crime and Traffic Safety Enforcement Analysis (p.28)
     Citizens' Complaints Against Peace Officers (p. 4)                  POST Student Evaluation Surveys (p. 29)
     Crime and Delinquency in Califomia (Prior Year) (p. 5)           Montana
     Criminal Justice Profile Series (Prior Year) (p. 5)
     Deaths in Custody (p. 5)                                            Directory of Criminal Justice Agencies (p. 29)
     Full-Time Law Enforcement Personnel Survey (p. 5)                   Law Enforcement Manpower in Montana (p. 29)
     Homicide in Caiifomia (p. 5)
                                                                      Nebraska
Delaware
                                                                         Criminal Justice Directory (p. 30)
     Legislative Analysis (p. 8)                                         Uniform Crime Statistics Reporting/Nebraska Incident Based
     Weed and Seed Project Evaluation (p. 8)                              Reporting System (p. 30)

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New Hampshire                                                      Wisconsin
   Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse        Law Enforcement Computerization Summary (p. 53)
    Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)                                     UCR Reports for Individual Law Enforcement Agencies (p. 53)
                                                                      Wisconsin Crime and Arrests (p. 53)
New Mexico
   Citizen Satisfaction with Police Service (p. 31)
   Criminal Justice Resource Directory (p. 31)                     POPULATION PROJECTIONS
New York
                                                                   Colorado
   Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
   Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)                 Prison Population Projections (p. 6)
   Law Enforcement Personnel Data System (p. 32)
                                                                   Connecticut
North Carolina
                                                                      Prison and Jail Overcrowding (p. 7)
   Community Policing via The School Resource Officer Model
    (p. 34)                                                        Delaware
   School Violence Prevention Policy/Program Analysis (p. 35)
                                                                      Criminal Justice Quick Reference (p. 7)
   Systemstats (p. 35)
                                                                      Delaware Juvenile Secure Detention, 1992-1995 (p. 8)
Northern Mariana Islands                                              Jail and Prison Population Forecast (p. 8)
                                                                      Juvenile Incarceration and Alternative Sanction Population
   Domestic Abuse Task Force (DATF) (p. 37)                             Forecast (p. 8)
                                                                      Legislative Analysis (p. 8)
Ohio
   Analysis of Ohio Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Data (p. 37)     District of Columbia
   Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) (p. 37)         Three-Part Series on Female Offenders in Washington D.C.
   DNA Research and Planning (p. 37)                                   1990-1994 (p. 8)
   Ohio National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) (p. 38)
   The Ohio Police Behavior Study (p. 38)                          Illinois
Oklahoma                                                              Statistical Methods for Time Series Analysis and Projections
                                                                       (p. 15)
   Law Enforcement Information Link with Corrections (LINC)
    (p. 39)                                                        Indiana
   Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
                                                                      Indiana Crime Victim Survey (p. 16)
   Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
    Library (p. 40)                                                Iowa
   Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program
    (SHOCAP) Data System (p. 40)                                      Prison Population Analysis (p. 17)

Pennsylvania                                                       Kansas
   Annual Statistical Report (p. 41 )                                 Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)
   Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)             Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)
   Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Management System (PA-                Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
    LEMIS) (p. 41)                                                    Sentencing Guidelines: Monitoring, Assessment, Training, and
   Statewide Criminal Justice Integrated System (CJIS)                 Recommendations (p. 19)
    Development (p. 42)
                                                                   Louisiana
South Carolina
                                                                      Computer-Based Forecasting Policy Simulation Model (p. 20)
   Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)                      Correctional Simulation/Policy Impact Project (p. 20)
                                                                      Parish Jail Information System (p. 21)
South Dakota
                                                                   Maine
   Administrative Statistics for South Dakota Police (p. 44)
   Crime In South Dakota (p. 44)                                      Corrections Master Record System (COMRS) Ongoing Record
   SDSAC Newsletter (p. 44)                                            System (p. 22)
   South Dakota Criminal Justice Directory (p. 45)
                                                                   Minnesota
Utah                                                                  Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)
   Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)                             Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)

Virginia                                                           New Jersey
   Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)           Analysis of Offender-Based Transaction Statistics/CCH
   State Reporting and Evaluation Program (SREP) (p. 52)               Database (p. 31)
Washington                                                         New York
   Implementation of Criminal Justice Information Act (p. 52)         Prison Population Projections (p. 33)

                                                                                                                                     8t
Oklahoma                                                              Minnesota
     Frontier Justice--A Newsletter for and by Oklahoma Criminal         Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
      Justice Professionals (p. 39)
     Jail Population Projection and Jail Management Assistance        New Hampshire
      (p. 39)
     Truth in Sentencing policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)               Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse
                                                                          Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)
Pennsylvania
                                                                      Ohio
     Annual Statistical Report (p. 41)
     Prison and Parole Population Projections (p. 41)                    Computerized Criminal Histories Upgrade (p. 37)
                                                                         Sheriffs' Jail Linkage System (SJLS) (p. 38)
Texas
                                                                      Oklahoma
     Evaluation of Progressive Sanctions (p. 46)
     State Jail Monitoring Project (p. 47)                               Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)
Utah                                                                  Utah
     Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)                              Annual Criminal Justice Report (po 48)
     Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
     Juvenile Justice in Utah, 1995 (p. 48)                           Vermont
     Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 48)
     Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on Disproportionate        Sentencing and Disposition Study (p. 50)
      Minority Confinement (p. 49)
                                                                      Washington
Virginia                                                                 Sentenced Felon Jail Forecast (p. 52)
     Inmate Population Projections (p. 51)
Washington
                                                                      PRISONS
     Inmate Population Forecast (p. 52)
     Sentenced Felon Jail Forecast (p. 52)
                                                                      Alaska

PRETRIAL          RELEASE                                                Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National
                                                                          Research (p. 3)
                                                                         Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from
Alaska                                                                    Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)
     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from               Arizona
      Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)
                                                                         Drug Enforcement Strategy (p, 3)
Connecticut
                                                                      California
     Prison and Jail Overcrowding (p. 7)
                                                                         Crime and Delinquency in Ca/ifomia (Prior Year)'(p. 5)
Florida                                                                  Deaths in Custody (p. 5)
     Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections
      Systems Final Report (p. 9)                                     Connecticut

Hawaii                                                                   Parole Guidelines (p. 7)
                                                                         Prison and Jail Overcrowding (p. 7)
     State Court Processing Statistics Program (SCPS) (p. 10)
                                                                      Delaware
Illinois
                                                                         Criminal Justice Quick Reference (p. 7)
     Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)                   Delaware Department of Corrections Incarceration Factbook--
                                                                          1995 (p. 7)
Indiana
                                                                         Jail and Prison Population Forecast (p. 8)
     Juvenile Crime Analysis (p. 16)                                     Legislative Analysis (p. 8)
     Minority Representation in the Indiana Juvenile Justice System
      (p. 16)                                                         District of Columbia
Kansas                                                                   Three-Part Series on Female Offenders in Washington D.C.
                                                                          1990-1994 (p. 8)
     Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)
                                                                      Florida
Louisiana
                                                                         Academically Speaking...Criminal Justice-Related Research by
     JJDP Compliance Monitoring (p. 21)                                   Florida's Doctoral Candidates (p. 8)
     Juvenile Justice Data Book (p. 21)                                  SAC Notes: A Report on Crime, Criminal Justice, and
Maryland                                                                  Technology (p. 9)
                                                                         Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections
     Analysis for Need of Drug Court in Baltimore, Maryland (p. 23)       Systems Final Report (p. 9)

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Illinois                                                                Surveys of Ohio Citizen Attitudes Conceming Crime and
                                                                         Criminal Justice (p. 38)
    Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)
    Assessment of Disproportionate Minority Confinement in Illinois   Oklahoma
      (p. 11)                                                           Frontier Justice--A Newsletter for and by Oklahoma Criminal
    Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)
    Juvenile Justice Legislative Committee (p. 14)                       Justice Professionals (p. 39)
    On Good Authority (p. 14)
                                                                        Law Enforcement Information Link with Corrections (LINC)
                                                                         (p. 39)
Indiana                                                                 Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 39)
                                                                        Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
   Minority Representation in the Indiana Juvenile Justice System       Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
     (p. 16)                                                             Library (p. 40)
Iowa                                                                    Oklahoma Strategy for Drug and Violent Crime Control (p. 40)
                                                                        Radio Shack--United Against Crime (p. 40)
   Pdson Population Analysis (p. 17)                                    Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)
   Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Drug Control
    Research Project (p. 17)                                          Pennsylvania
Kansas                                                                  Annual Statistical Report (p. 41)
                                                                        Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)
   Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)             Evaluating the Boot Camp Program in Pennsylvania (p. 41)
   Kansas Sentencing Commission Annual Report (p. 19)                   Prison and Parole Population Projections (p. 41)
   Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)                              Statewide Criminal Justice Integrated System (CJIS)
   Sentencing Guidelines: Monitoring, Assessment, Training, and          Development (p. 42)
    Recommendations (p. 19)
                                                                      South Carolina
Louisiana
                                                                        Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
   Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)
   Criminal History Improvement Program (p. 20)                       Texas
Maryland                                                                 Analysis of Adult and Juvenile Crime Data (p. 46)
                                                                         Community Corrections Evaluation (CCE) (p. 46)
  Analysis for Need of Drug Court in Baltimore, Maryland (p. 23)         Community Youth Development Program (CYD) (p. 46)
                                                                         Criminal Alien Project (LESC) (p. 46)
Michigan
                                                                         Evaluation of Progressive Sanctions (p. 46)
   Michigan Crime Statistics Database (p. 25)                            Executive Working Group (p. 47)
                                                                         Five-Year Trend Analysis of Adult Crime Statistics (p. 47)
Minnesota                                                                Monitoring the Use of Parole Guidelines (p. 47)
   Budget 2001 (p. 26)                                                   State Jail Monitoring Project (p. 47)
   Criminal Justice Data On-LinemDATANET (p. 26)                         Time Served in Texas (p. 47)
   Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)
   Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                      Utah
                                                                         Analysis of Utah's Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
Montana                                                                   1983 (p. 48)
   Impact of Early Release on the Criminal Justice System (p. 29)        Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)
                                                                         Coordination of Criminal Justice Information Systems (p. 48)
New Hampshire                                                            Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
   Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse           Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
    Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)                                        Sentencing Study (p. 48)
                                                                         Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)
New Jersey
                                                                      Vermont
   Analysis of Offender-Based Transaction Statistics/CCH
    Database (p. 31)                                                     Evaluation of Intermediate Sanctions (p. 49)

New Mexico                                                            Virginia
   Criminal Justice Resource Directory (p. 31)                           Evaluation of Indian Creek Therapeutic Community (p. 51)
                                                                         Evaluation of Therapeutic Communities Drug Treatment
New York                                                                  Programs (p. 51)
   Automated Criminal Justice Indicators System (ACJIS) (p. 31)       Washington
   Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
   Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)                    Inmate Population Forecast (p. 52)
   Prison Population Projections (p. 33)
North Carolina                                                        PROBATION
   Legislative Monitoring (p. 35)
Ohio                                                                  Alaska
  Public Awareness/Education RE: Crime and Criminal Justice in           Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National
    Ohio (p. 38)                                                          Research (p. 3)

                                                                                                                                        8=1
     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from                   Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)
      Legislators and Other Govemment Officials (p. 3)                    Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
                                                                          Minnesota Juvenile Court Activity Database: 1991-1994 (p. 26)
Arizona
     Victim Assistance Fund Revenues (p. 4)                            Montana

California                                                                Impact of Early Release on the Criminal Justice System (p. 29)
                                                                          Juvenile Probation Information System (JPIS) (p. 29)
     Adult Probation Statistical System (p. 4)
     Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)           New Hampshire
     Criminal Justice Profile Series (Prior Year) (p. 5)
                                                                          Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse
Colorado                                                                   Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)
     Literacy Evaluation Program (LEP) (p. 6)                          New Mexico
Connecticut                                                               Criminal Justice Resource Directory (p. 31)
     Coordination of Connecticut's Violence Against Women Initiative      Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, Domestic Violence
      (p. 7)                                                               Programs, and Treatment of Offenders (p. 31)

Delaware                                                               New York
     Juvenile Incarceration and Alternative Sanction Population          Automated Criminal Justice Indicators System (ACJIS) (p. 31)
      Forecast (p. 8)                                                    Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
                                                                         Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)
Florida                                                                  Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)
     SAC Notes: A Report on Crime, Criminal Justice, and
      Technology (p. 9)                                                Ohio
Illinois                                                                 Surveys of Ohio Citizen Attitudes Conceming Crime and
                                                                          Criminal Justice (p. 38)
     Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)
     Assessment of Disproportionate Minority Confinement in Illinois   Oklahoma
      (p. 11)
     Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)                 Law Enforcement Information Link with Corrections (LINC)
     Drug and Violent Crime Control Strategy Impact Program (p. 13)       (p. 39)
     Juvenile Justice Legislative Committee (p. 14)                      Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 39)
     On Good Authority (p. 14)                                           Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
                                                                         Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
Indiana                                                                   Library (p. 40)
     Evaluations of Projects Funded under the Federal Anti-Drug          Oklahoma Strategy for Drug and Violent Crime Control (p. 40)
      Abuse Program (p. 15)                                              Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)
     Minority Representation in the Indiana Juvenile Justice System    Pennsylvania
      (p. 16)
                                                                         Annual Statistical Report (p. 41 )
Iowa                                                                     Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)
     Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Drug Control           Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (po 41)
      Research Project (p. 17)                                           Prison and Parole Population Projections (p. 41)
                                                                         Statewide Criminal Justice Integrated System (CJIS)
Kansas                                               /                    Development (p. 42)
     Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)          Puerto Rico
     Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)
     Kansas Probation System (p. 19)                                     Bulletin (p. 42)
     Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)
     OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)                                    South carolina
     Sentencing Guidelines: Monitoring, Assessment, Training, and
      Recommendations (p. 19)                                            Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)

Louisiana                                                              South Dakota
     Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)                                Correctional Programs Evaluation (p. 44)
     Criminal History Improvement Program (p. 20)                        South Dakota Criminal Justice Directory (p. 45)
     Juvenile Bootcamp Information Clearinghouse and Evaluation
      Program (p. 21)                                                  Texas
     Risk/Needs Field Classification Model (Probation and Parole)        Analysis of Adult and Juvenile Crime Data (p. 46)
      (p. 22)
                                                                         Community Corrections Evaluation (CCE) (p. 46)
Massachusetts                                                            Community Youth Development Program (CYD) (p. 46)
                                                                         Evaluation of Progressive Sanctions (p. 46)
     Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)                       Five-Year Trend Analysis of Adult Crime Statistics (p. 47)
Minnesota                                                                Justice Simulation Forecasting Model (p. 47)
                                                                         Juvenile Justice Forecasting Simulation Model (p. 47)
     Criminal Justice Data On-Line--DATANET (p. 26)                      State Jail Monitoring Project (p. 47)

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Utah                                                              New Mexico
   Analysis of Utah's Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of       Criminal Justice Resource Directory (p. 31)
    1983 (p. 48)
   Annual Criminal Justice Report (p. 48)                         New York
   Coordination of Criminal Justice Information Systems (p. 48)      Automated Criminal Justice Indicators System (ACJIS) (p. 31)
   Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)             Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
   Juvenile Justice in Utah, 1995 (p. 48)                            Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)
   Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)                               Felony Processing Quarterly Report (p. 32)
   Sentencing Study (p. 48)                                          Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)
                                                                     Racial Disparity (p. 33)
Vermont
   Evaluation of Intermediate Sanctions (p. 49)                   Ohio
                                                                     DNA Research and Planning (p. 37)
Virginia                                                             Research Support for the Development of Criminal Justice Data
   Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)           Systems (p, 38)
   Evaluation of Day Reporting Centers (p. 51)
                                                                  Oklahoma
Washington                                                           Law Enforcement Information Link with Corrections (LINC)
   Inmate Population Forecast (p. 52)                                 (p. 39)
                                                                     Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
                                                                     Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
                                                                      Library (p. 40)
PROSECUTION                                                          Oklahoma Strategy for Drug and Violent Crime Control (p. 40)
                                                                     Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program
Alaska                                                                (SHOCAP) Data System (p. 40)
   Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from             Pennsylvania
    Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)                Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)
Arizona                                                           South Carolina
   Drug Enforcement Strategy (p. 3)                                  Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
California                                                        South Dakota
   Advance Release: Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior       South Dakota Criminal Justice Directory (p. 45)
    Year) (p. 4)                                                     South Dakota Drug Investigators Meetings (p. 45)
   Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (po 5)           State Reporting and Evaluation Program (p. 45)
   Criminal Justice Profile Series (Prior Year) (p. 5)
                                                                  Utah
Illinois
                                                                     Coordination of Criminal Justice Information Systems (p. 48)
   Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)
                                                                  Vermont
Indiana
                                                                     Sentencing and Disposition Study (p. 50)
   Evaluations of Projects Funded under the Federal Anti-Drug
    Abuse Program (p. 15)                                         Virginia

Iowa                                                                 Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)
                                                                     State Reporting and Evaluation Program (SREP) (p. 52)
   Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Drug Control
    Research Project (p. 17)
Kansas                                                            PUBLIC      ATTITUDES
   Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)
                                                                  Connecticut
Louisiana
                                                                     Safe Neighborhoods Program Evaluation (p. 7)
   Criminal History Improvement Program (p. 20)
   Louisiana Sentencing Commission (p. 21)                        Florida

Massachusetts                                                        Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections
                                                                      Systems Final Report (p. 9)
   Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)
                                                                  Hawaii
Minnesota
                                                                     Crime Victimization Survey (p. 10)
   Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                     Safety Action SeminarmCommunity Mobilization (p. 10)
                                                                     State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)
New Hampshire
                                                                  Indiana
   Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse
    Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)                                    Indiana Crime Victim Survey (p. 16)

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Kansas                                                              Virgin Islands
     Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)                            Crime Victimization and Public Perception of Crime (p. 50)
     Missing Persons Clearinghouse (p. 19)
                                                                    Virginia
Maine
                                                                       Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)
     Violence Among Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults in
      Maine (p. 23)
Maryland                                                            RECIDIVISM
     Crime and Justice in Maryland (p. 23)
                                                                    Colorado
Minnesota
                                                                       Implementing and Monitoring Parole Guidelines in Colorado
     Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                       (p. 6)
     Minnesota Crime Victims Survey: 1996 (p. 26)                      Literacy Evaluation Program (LEP) (p. 6)
                                                                       Substance Abuse Needs for the Treatment of Arrestees
Missouri
                                                                         (SANTA) (p. 7)
     Missouri State Highway Patrol Public Opinion Survey (p. 28)
                                                                    Connecticut
New Mexico
                                                                       Parole Guidelines (p. 7)
     Citizen Satisfaction with Police Service (p. 31)
                                                                    Delaware
North Carolina
                                                                       Juvenile Incarceration and Alternative Sanction Population
     Community Policing via The School Resource Officer Model           Forecast (p. 8)
      (p. 34)
     Study of the Impact of Carry Concealed Weapon Legislation      Florida
      (p. 35)                                                          SAC Notes: A Report on Crime, Criminal Justice, and
     Systemstats (p. 35)                                                Technology (p. 9)
Ohio                                                                   Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections
                                                                        Systems Final Report (p. 9)
     Drug Research (Criminal) (p. 37)
     Evaluation of Community-Oriented Policing in Toledo (p. 37)    Hawaii
     The Ohio Police Behavior Study (p. 38)                            State Court Processing Statistics Program (SCPS) (p. 10)
     Public Awareness/Education RE: Crime and Criminal Justice in      State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)
      Ohio (p. 38)
     Surveys of Ohio Citizen Attitudes Concerning Crime and         Illinois
      Criminal Justice (p. 38)
                                                                       Juvenile Justice Legislative Committee (p. 14)
Oklahoma                                                               On Good Authority (p. 14)
     Frontier Justice---A Newsletter for and by Oklahoma Criminal   Indiana
      Justice Professionals (p. 39)
     Governor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime          Juvenile Crime Analysis (p. t 6)
      (p. 39)                                                       Kansas
     Grant Writing Seminar (p. 39)
     Oklahoma Crime Stoppers Inc. (p. 39)                              Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)
     Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 39)             Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)
     Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)              Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)
     Prevention Coordination (p. 40)
     Radio Shack--United Against Crime (p. 40)                      Louisiana
                                                                       Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)
Pennsylvania
                                                                       Correctional System Status Report (p. 20)
     Evaluation of Community-Oriented Policing in Pennsylvania         Criminal History Improvement Program (p. 20)
      (p. 41)                                                          Parole Risk Assessment Model (p. 22)
     Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (p. 41)            Risk/Needs Field Classification Model (Probation and Parole)
                                                                        (p. 22)
South Dakota
                                                                    Minnesota
     SDSAC Newsletter (p. 44)
                                                                       Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
Texas                                                                  Minnesota Juvenile Court Activity Database: 1991-1994 (p. 26)
     Criminal Alien Project (LESC) (p. 46)                          New Hampshire
Utah                                                                   Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse
     Analysis of Utah's Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of        Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)
      1983 (p. 48)
                                                                    New Jersey
     Criminal Justice News Thru NumbersNewsletter (p, 48)
     Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on Disproportionate      Analysis of Offender-Based Transaction Statistics/CCH
      Minority Confinement (p. 49)                                      Database (p. 31)

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New York                                                               lllinois
  Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)                           Juvenile Justice Legislative Committee (p. 14)
                                                                          On Good Authority (p. 14)
Ohio
                                                                       Indiana
  Computerized Criminal Histories Upgrade (p. 37)
                                                                          Juvenile Crime Analysis (p. 16)
Oklahoma
                                                                       Kansas
   Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 39)                  Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)
   Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)                   Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
   Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and                  OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)
    Library (p. 40)
   Prevention Coordination (p. 40)                                     Louisiana
Pennsylvania                                                              Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)
                                                                          Correctional System Status Report (p. 20)
   Annual Statistical Report (p. 41)                                      Juvenile Bootcamp Information Clearinghouse and Evaluation
   Evaluating the Boot Camp Program in Pennsylvania (p. 41)                 Program (p. 21)
   Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (p. 41)
                                                                       Massachusetts
South Dakota
                                                                           Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)
   State Reporting and Evaluation Program (p. 45)
                                                                       Minnesota
Tennessee
                                                                           Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
   Follow-up for Recidivism Study (p. 45)
   Truth in Sentencing and Recidivism Study--Two-Year Follow-up        New Hampshire
    (p. 45)                                                                Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse
                                                                            Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)
Texas
   Community Corrections Evaluation (CCE) (p, 46)                      New Mexico
   Juvenile Justice Forecasting Simulation Model (p. 47)                   Criminal Justice Resource Directory (p. 31)
   Monitoring the Use of Parole Guidelines (p. 47)
   Uniform Recidivism Biennial Report (p. 47)                          North Carolina
                                                                           Evaluation of an Intensive Chemical Dependency Program
Utah
                                                                            Targeting Incarcerated Offenders (p. 34)
   Analysis of Utah's Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
     1983 (p. 48)                                                      Northern Marlana Islands
   Juvenile Justice in Utah, 1995 (p. 48)                                  Domestic Abuse Task Force (DATF) (p. 37)
   Sentencing Study (p. 48)
   Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)                           Oklahoma

Virginia                                                                   Frontier Justice~A Newsletter for and by Oklahoma Criminal
                                                                            Justice Professionals (p. 39)
   Evaluation of Day Reporting Centers (p. 51)                             Governor's Conference on the Community Response to Crime
                                                                            (p. 39)
Washington                                                                 Grant Writing Seminar (p. 39)
   Implementation of Criminal Justice Information Act (p. 52)              Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
   Inmate Population Forecast (p. 52)                                      Oklahoma Prevention Programs Survey (p. 40)
   Juvenile Rehabilitation Institutional Population Forecast (p. 52)       Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
                                                                            Library (p. 40)
West Virginia                                                              Prevention Coordination (p. 40)
                                                                           Radio Shack--United Against Crime (p. 40)
   Development of Protocol for Measuring Recidivism (p. 52)
                                                                        Pennsylvania
                                                                           Evaluating the Boot Camp Program in Pennsylvania (p. 41)
REHABILITATION                                                             Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (p. 41)
                                                                        South Dakota
Alaska
                                                                           State Reporting and Evaluation Program (po 45)
   Sex Offender Treatment Data Base For Alaska Department of
       Corrections (p. 3)                                               Texas
                                                                           Juvenile Justice Forecasting Simulation Model (p. 47)
Delaware                                                                   Monitoring the Use of Parole Guidelines (p. 47)
   Delaware Drug Indicators (p. 7)
                                                                        Utah
Florlda                                                                     Analysis of Utah's Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
   Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections             1983 (p. 48)
    Systems Final Report (p. 9)                                             Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)

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     Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)                                 Iowa
     Sentencing Study (p. 48)
                                                                            Juvenile Justice Evaluation Capacity Building (p. 17)
     Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)
                                                                         Kansas
Virginia
                                                                            Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)
     Evaluation of Therapeutic Communities Drug Treatment                   Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
      Programs (p. 51)
                                                                         Louisiana
Washington
                                                                            Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)
     Inmate Population Forecast (p. 52)                                     Forensic Risk Assessment Model (p. 20)
     Juvenile Rehabilitation Institutional Population Forecast (p. 52)      Parole Risk Assessment Model (p. 22)
                                                                            Risk/Needs Field Classification Model (Probation and Parole)
                                                                             (p. 22)
RESTITUTION
                                                                         Minnesota
                                                                            Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
Florida
     Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections       New Mexico
      Systems Final Report (p. 9)                                           Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, Domestic Violence
                                                                             Programs, and Treatment of Offenders (p. 31)
Hawaii
     State Court Processing Statistics Program (SCPS) (p, 10)            Ohio
                                                                            Computerized Criminal Histories Upgrade (p. 37)
Illin01s
     On Good Authority (p. 14)                                           Oklahoma
                                                                            Frontier Justice--A Newsletter for and by Oklahoma Criminal
Kansas                                                                       Justice Professionals (p. 39)
     Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)                                Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)

Massachusetts                                                            Rhode Island
     Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)                          Domestic Violence in Rhode Island: A Research Paper
                                                                             Summarizing All Year 1994 DV-1 Forms (p. 42)
Minnesota
                                                                         Texas
     Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
                                                                            Community Youth Development Program (CYD) (p. 46)
New Hampshire                                                               Juvenile Justice Forecasting Simulation Model (p. 47)
     Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse         Utah
      Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)
                                                                            Analysis of Utah's Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
Oklahoma                                                                     1983 (p. 48)
                                                                            Sentencing Study (p. 48)
     Frontier Justice---A Newsletter for and by Oklahoma Criminal           Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)
      Justice Professionals (po 39)
     Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and               Virginia
      Library (p. 40)
                                                                            Evaluation of the Richmond Continuum of Care (p. 51)
Utah
     Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
     Sentencing Study (p. 48)                                            SENTENCING

                                                                         Alaska
RISK ASSESSMENT                                                              Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National
                                                                              Research (p. 3)
Colorado                                                                   • Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from
                                                                              Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)
     Implementing and Monitoring Parole Guidelines in Colorado
      (p. 6)                                                             California
Connecticut                                                                 Advance Release: Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior
                                                                             Year) (p. 4)
     Coordination of Connecticut's Violence Against Women Initiative        Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)
      (p. 7)                                                                Criminal Justice Profile Series (Prior Year) (p. 5)
     Parole Guidelines (p. 7)
                                                                         Colorado
Illinois
                                                                            Court Data Collection (p. 6)
     Homicide Research (p. 13)                                              Report on Impact of Legislation (p. 7)

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Delaware                                                             Maryland
    Criminal Justice Quick Reference (p. 7)                            Analysis for Need of Drug Court in Baltimore, Maryland (p. 23)
    Delaware Department of Corrections Incarceration Factbook--        Crime and Justice in Maryland (p. 23)
     1995 (p. 7)
    Delaware Juvenile Secure Detention, 1992-1995 (p. 8)             Massachusetts
   Jail and Prison Population Forecast (p. 8)                           Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)
   Juvenile Incarceration and Alternative Sanction Population
    Forecast (p. 8)                                                  Michigan
   Legislative Analysis (p. 8)
   SENTAC Mission and Attitudes, Actions and Needs (p. 8)               Michigan Crime Statistics Database (p. 25)

District of Columbia                                                 Minnesota
   Five-Part Fact Sheets on Juvenile Issues in the District of         Criminal Justice Data On-Line--DATANET (p. 26)
    Columbia (p. 8)                                                    Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)
   Three-Part Series on Female Offenders in Washington D.C.            Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
     1990-1994 (p. 8)                                                  Minnesota Juvenile Court Activity Database: 1991-1994 (p. 26)

Florida                                                              Montana
   Academically Speaking...Criminal Justice-Related Research by         Impact of Early Release on the Criminal Justice System (p. 29)
    Florida's Doctoral Candidates (p. 8)
                                                                     New Hampshire
   Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections
    Systems Final Report (p. 9)                                        Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and Anti-Drug Abuse
                                                                        Acts of 1986 and 1988 (p. 30)
Georgia                                                                Homicides in New Hampshire (p. 31)
   Individual and Contextual Determinants of Prison Sentence
     Lengths for Violent Offenders in Georgia (p. 9)                 New Jersey
                                                                       Analysis of Offender-Based Transaction Statistics/CCH
Hawaii                                                                  Database (p. 31)
   State Court Processing Statistics Program (SCPS) (p. 10)
                                                                     New York
Illinois                                                               Automated Criminal Justice Indicators System (ACJIS) (p. 31)
   Ad Hoc Committee on Disposition Reporting (p. 11)                   Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
   Assessment of Disproportionate Minority Confinement in Illinois     Felony Processing Quarterly Report (p. 32)
    (p. 11)                                                            Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)
   Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)                 Racial Disparity (p. 33)
   Juvenile Justice Legislative Committee (p. 14)
   On Good Authorily (p. 14)                                         North Carolina
                                                                       Legislative Monitoring (p. 35)
Indiana                                                                Technical Assistance to the Sentencing and Policy Advisory
   Juvenile Crime Analysis (p. 16)                                      Commission (p. 36)
   Minority Representation in the Indiana Juvenile Justice System
    (p. 16)                                                          Ohio
                                                                       Computerized Criminal Histories Upgrade (p. 37)
Iowa                                                                   Public Awareness/Education RE: Crime and Criminal Justice in
   Computerized Criminal History (CCH) Records Audit and                Ohio (p. 38)
    Technical Assistance (p. 17)                                       Surveys of Ohio Citizen Attitudes Conceming Crime and
   Correctional Policy Project--Sentencing (p. 17)                      Criminal Justice (p. 38)
   Prison Population Analysis (p. 17)
   Sentencing Pattems in Iowa (p. 17)                                Oklahoma
                                                                       Oklahoma Criminal Justice Research Consortium (p. 39)
Kansas
                                                                       Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
   Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)            Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
   Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)                                  Library (p. 40)
   Kansas Sentencing Commission Annual Report (p. 19)                  Oklahoma Strategy for Drug and Violent Crime Control (p. 40)
   Local Govemment Advisory Group (p. 19)                              Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)
   Sentencing Guidelines: Monitoring, Assessment, Training, and
    Recommendations (p. 19)                                          Oregon

Kentucky                                                               Felony Sentencing Database (p. 41)

   DUI Jury Trial Notebook (p. 20)                                   Pennsylvania

Louisiana                                                              Annual Statistical Report (p. 41 )
                                                                       Criminal History Records Improvement Committee (p. 41)
   Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)                                Evaluation of Intermediate Punishment Programs (p. 41)
   Criminal History Improvement Program (p. 20)                        Prison and Parole Population Projections (p. 41)
   Felony Sentence Tracking System (p. 20)                             Statewide Criminal Justice Integrated System (CJIS)
   Louisiana Sentencing Commission (p. 21)                              Development (p. 42)

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South Dakota                                                           Hawaii
     State Reporting and Evaluation Program (p. 45)                      Crime in Hawaii (p. 9)
     Statistical Support to the Attomey General's Office (p. 45)         Crime Victimization Survey (p. 10)
                                                                         State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)
Tennessee
                                                                       Indiana
     Truth in Sentencing and Recidivism Study--Two-Year Follow-up
       (p. 45)                                                           Indiana Crime Victim Survey (p. 16)
                                                                       Iowa
Texas
                                                                         College Campus Sexual Abuse Policies and Statistics (po 16)
     Community Corrections Evaluation (CCE) (p. 46)
     Evaluation of Progressive Sanctions (p. 46)                       Kansas
     Five-Year Trend Analysis of Adult Crime Statistics (p. 47)          Crime in Kansas (p. 18)
     Juvenile Justice Forecasting Simulation Model (p. 47)               Development of Uniform Criminal Justice Database (p. 18)
     State Jail Monitoring Project (p. 47)
                                                                         Kansas Incident-Based Reporting System (KIBRS) (p. 18)
     Time Served in Texas (p. 47)
                                                                         Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
Utah                                                                     Violence Against Women (p. 19)

     Analysis of Utah's Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of       Louisiana
      1983 (p. 48)                                                       Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)
     Coordination of Criminal Justice Information Systems (p. 48)
     Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)             Maine
     Juvenile Justice in Utah,. 1995 (p. 48)                             NIBRS Implementation Project (p. 22)
     Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)                                 Uniform Crime Reporting--Annual Report (p. 23)
     Sentencing Study (p. 48)
     Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)                         Minnesota
     Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on Disproportionate
      Minority Confinement (p. 49)                                       Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
                                                                         Minnesota Homicide Report (p. 26)
Vermont                                                                  Protective Parenting (p. 27)
                                                                         Student Survey Database 1989, 1992, 1995 (p. 27)
     Evaluation of Intermediate Sanctions (p. 49)
     Sentencing and Disposition Study (p. 50)                          Missouri
                                                                         Missouri Crime and Arrest Digest (p. 27)
Washington
                                                                       New York
     Implementation of Criminal Justice Information Act (p. 52)
     Inmate Population Forecast (p. 52)                                  Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)
     Sentenced Felon Jail Forecast (p. 52)
                                                                       North Dakota
                                                                         State UCR/IBR Program (p. 36)
                                                                         Victim/Witness Advocate Program Activity Reporting (p. 36)
SEXUAL ASSAULT
                                                                       Ohio
Alabama                                                                  Analysis of Ohio Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Data (p. 37)

     Crime in Alabama Report (p. 1)                                    Oklahoma
     Alabama Rape Data (p. 1)                                            Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
     Developing Crime in Alabama for a Web Page on the Intemet           Oklahoma Prevention Programs Survey (p. 40)
      (p. 1)                                                             Prevention Coordination (p. 40)
     UCR Clerks Training (p. 2)                                          Radio ShackDUnited Against Crime (p. 40)
Alaska                                                                 Puerto Rico
     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from                  Cooperative AgreementDLocal Area Network Enhancement--
      Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)                   SAC 1 (p. 42)
     Sex Offender Treatment Data Base For Alaska Department of
      Corrections (p. 3)                                               Rhode Island
                                                                         Domestic Violence in Rhode Island: A Research Paper
Arkansas                                                                  Summarizing All Year 1994 DV-1 Forms (p. 42)
     Rape in Arkansas (p. 4)                                           South Carolina
Colorado                                                                 Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
     Management of Special Populations: Sex Offenders (p. 6)           Utah
Connecticut                                                              Analysis of Utah's Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
                                                                          1983 (p. 48)
     Coordination of Connecticut's Violence Against Women Initiative     Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
      (p. 7)                                                              Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)

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   Sentencing Study (p. 48)                                          District of Columbia
   Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)                            Five-Part Fact Sheets on Juvenile Issues in the Distdct of
                                                                          Columbia (p. 8)
Virginia
   Evaluation of Cdme Victims' Bill of Rights Legislation (p. 51)    Florida
                                                                        Task Force for the Review of Criminal Justice and Corrections
Wisconsin                                                                Systems Final Report (p. 9)
   Sexual Assault in Wisconsin (p. 53)
                                                                     Hawaii
Wyoming                                                                 Crime in Hawaii (p. 9)
   Sex Offender Registration (p. 53)                                    Safety Action Seminar--Community Mobilization (p. 10)
   Uniform Crime Report (Summary-Based) (p. 53)                         State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)
   Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)llncident-Based Reporting (IBR)      Illinois
    (p. 54)
                                                                          Criminal Justice System Data Infrastructure (p. 12)
                                                                         Juvenile Justice Legislative Committee (p. 14)
SPECIAL POPULATIONS                                                  Indiana
                                                                        Juvenile Crime Analysis (p. 16)
Connecticut                                                             Minority Representation in the Indiana Juvenile Justice System
                                                                          (p. 16)
   Coordination of Connecticut's Violence Against Women Initiative
    (p. 7)                                                           Iowa
                                                                        Monitoring the Secure Confinement of Juveniles (p. 17)
Illinois
   Juvenile Justice Legislative Committee (p. 14)                    Kansas
                                                                        Juvenile Justice Task Force (p. 18)
Indiana                                                                 Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
   Minority Representation in the Indiana Juvenile Justice System
                                                                     Maine
    (p. 16)
                                                                        NIBRS Implementation Project (po 23)
Louisiana
                                                                     Minnesota
   Child Advocacy Clearinghouse (p. 20)
                                                                        Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
Minnesota
                                                                     Montana
   Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)
   Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                        Juvenile Probation Information System (JPIS) (p. 29)

Oklahoma                                                             Nebraska
                                                                        Juvenile Court Reporting Program (JCR) (p. 30)
    Prevention Coordination (p. 40)
                                                                     North Carolina
South Dakota
                                                                       School Violence Prevention Policy/Program Analysis (p. 35)
    Law-Related Education--Student Profile (p. 44)
    Statistical Support to the Attomey General's Office (p. 45)      North Dakota
Texas                                                                   Juvenile Detention Record System (p. 36)
                                                                        Report on Arrests of Juveniles (p. 36)
    Crime Statistics of Texas and the Ten Most Populous States (p.
     46)                                                             Oklahoma
    Criminal Alien Project (LESC) (p. 46)                                Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)
Utah                                                                  South Carolina
   Strategic Plan of the Advisory Committee on Disproportionate         Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)
     Minodty Confinement (p. 49)
                                                                      South Dakota
West Virginia
                                                                         SDSAC Newsletter (p. 44)
    Narcotics Arrest Survey 1993 (p. 52)
                                                                      Texas
                                                                         Analysis of Adult and Juvenile Crime Data (p. 46)
 STATUS OFFENSES                                                         Community Corrections Evaluation (CCE) (p. 46)
                                                                         Juvenile Justice Forecasting Simulation Model (p. 47)
 California                                                           Utah
    Crime and Delinquency in California (Prior Year) (p. 5)              Juvenile Justice in Utah, 1995 (p. 48)
    Criminal Justice Profile Series (Prior Year) (p. 5)                  Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)

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TRAFFIC SAFETY                                                       California
                                                                         Homicide in California (p. 5)
Idaho
                                                                         Violent Crimes Committed Against Senior Citizens (p. 6)

     Distance Leaming Evaluation (p. 11)                             Connecticut
                                                                         Coordination of Connecticut's Violence Against Women Initiative
Indiana                                                                   (p. 7)
     Operation Pull Over Activity Assessment (p. 16)
                                                                     Delaware
Iowa                                                                     Criminal Justice Quick Reference (p. 7)
     Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment and Drug Control       District of Columbia
      Research Project (p. 17)
                                                                         Five-Part Fact Sheets on Juvenile Issues in the District of
Kansas                                                                     Columbia (p. 8)
     Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)                         Hawaii
Minnesota                                                               Crime Trends Series (p. 9)
                                                                        Crime Victimization Survey (p. 10)
     Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)                      State Statistical Analysis Center Clearinghouse (p. 10)
Missouri                                                             Illinois
     City/County Engineering Accident Location Analysis (p. 27)         Homicide Research (p. 13)
     City/County Engineering Signalization Synchronization Program
      (p. 27)                                                        Indiana
     Emergency Service Vehicle Crashes Report (p. 27)                   Indiana Crime Victim Survey (p. 16)
     Highway Safety Plan Support Services (p. 27)
     Missouri Holiday Crashes Report (p. 28)                         Kansas
     Missouri State Highway Patrol Accreditation (p. 28)
     Missouri Traffic Safety Compendium (p. 28)                         Crime in Kansas (p. 18)
     MSHP Crime and Traffic Safety Enforcement Analysis (p.28)          Crimes Committed With Firearms in Kansas (p. 18)
     Statewide Traffic Accident Records System (STARS) (p,29)           Kansas Incident-Based Reporting System (KIBRS) (p. 18)
                                                                        Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
New York                                                                OJP Grant Coordination (p. 19)
                                                                        Perpetrators and Victims of Violent Crime in Kansas (p. 19)
     Criminal Justice Information Clearinghouse (p. 32)                 Violence Against Women (p. 19)
Pennsylvania                                                         Maine
     Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Management System (PA-                Maine Kids Count 1996 Data Book (p. 22)
      LEMIS) (p, 41)                                                    NIBRS Implementation Project (p. 23)
                                                                        Uniform Crime Reporting--Annual Report (p. 23)
Utah                                                                     Violence Among Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults in
     Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)                                  Maine (p. 23)

Vermont                                                              Maryland

     Crash Data Resource Book (p. 49)                                   Analysis for Need of Drug Court in Baltimore, Maryland (p. 23)
     Dataline: Justice Research Bulletin (p. 49)                        Crime and Justice in Maryland (p. 23)
     Traffic Records Strategic Planning (p. 50)                      Massachusetts
                                                                        Evaluation of Drug Enforcement Grants (p. 24)
VICTIMS                                                              Michigan
                                                                        Convenience Store Robbery Study (p. 25)
Alabama
                                                                     Minnesota
     Alabama Rape Data (p. 1)                                           Criminal Justice Statistics/Databases (p. 26)
     Developing Crime in Alabama for a Web Page on the Intemet          Information Clearinghouse and Library (p. 26)
      (p. 1)                                                            Minnesota Crime Victims Survey: 1996 (p. 26)
     UCR Clerks Training (p. 2)                                         Minnesota Homicide Report (p. 26)
Alaska                                                                  Student Survey Database 1989, 1992, 1995 (p. 27)

     Dissemination of BJS Reports and Results of Other National      Missouri
      Research (p. 3)                                                   Missouri Crime and Arrest Digest (p. 27)
     Response to Requests on Justice System Issues from                 Missouri State Highway Patrol Public Opinion Survey (p. 28)
      Legislators and Other Government Officials (p. 3)                 Victim's Assistance Act Support Services (p. 29)
Arizona                                                              Montana
     Victim Assistance Fund Revenues (p. 4)                             Montana Crime Victims Annual Report (p. 29)

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Nebraska                                                           Utah
   Criminal Justice Directory (p. 30)                                 Analysis of Utah's Child Kidnapping and Sexual Abuse Act of
                                                                       1983 (po 48)
New Mexico                                                            Criminal Justice News Thru Numbers Newsletter (p. 48)
   Criminal Justice Resource Directory (p. 31)                        Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)
   Citizen Satisfaction with Police Service (p. 31")                  Sentencing Study (p. 48)
   Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, Domestic Violence           Sentencing and Release Guidelines (p. 49)
    Programs, and Treatment of Offenders (p. 31)                      Victims' Rights (p. 49)
                                                                   Vermont
New York
                                                                      Incident-Based Crime Analysis and Mapping (p. 49)
   Crime and Justice Annual Report (p. 32)
   New York State Homicide (p. 32)                                 Virgin Islands
   Victims of Drug-Related Homicides (p. 33)
                                                                      Crime Victimization and Public Perception of Crime (p. 50)
North Carolina
                                                                   Virginia
   Study of the Impact of Carry Concealed Weapon Legislation          Assessment of the Anti-Crime Partnership Program (p. 50)
    (p. 35)                                                           Evaluation of Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)
   Systemstats (p. 35)                                                 Program (p. 50)
North Dakota                                                          Evaluation of Crime Victims' Bill of Rights Legislation (p. 51)
   State UCR/IBR Program (p. 36)                                   Wisconsin
   Victim/Witness Advocate Program Activity Reporting (p. 36)         Sexual Assault in Wisconsin (p. 53)
Northern Marisna Islands                                           Wyoming
   Domestic Abuse Task Force (DATF) (p. 37)                          Domestic Violence Reporting Program (p. 53)
                                                                     Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)/Incident-Based Reporting (IBR)
Ohio                                                                  (p. 54)
   Ohio National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) (p. 38)
   Public Awareness/Education RE: Crime and Criminal Justice in
    Ohio (p. 38)                                                   WHITE       COLLAR       CRIME

Oklahoma
                                                                   Kansas
  Oklahoma Crime Stoppers Inc. (p. 39)
  Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)                Local Government Advisory Group (p. 19)
  Oklahoma Prevention Programs Survey (p. 40)                      Maine
  Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
   Library (p. 40)                                                    NIBRS Implementation Project (p. 23)
  Prevention Coordination (p. 40)                                     Uniform Crime Reporting--Annual Report (p. 23)
  Radio Shack--United Against Crime (p. 40)                        Minnesota
Pennsylvania                                                          Information Clearinghouse and Library (po 26)
  Annual Statistical Report (p. 41)                                New York
Puerto Rico                                                           Offender-Based Transaction Statistics (p. 33)
   Child Abuse (Maltrato A Menores) (p. 42)                        Ohio
Rhode Island                                                          The Ohio Police Behavior Study (po 38)
  Domestic Violence in Rhode Island: A Research Paper              Oklahoma
   Summarizing All Year 1994 DV-1 Forms (p. 42)                       Oklahoma Criminal Justice Systems Task Force (p. 40)
South Carolina                                                        Oklahoma Safety and Security Grants Clearinghouse and
                                                                       Library (p. 40)
  Technical Assistance and Grant Review (p. 43)                       Truth in Sentencing Policy Advisory Committee (p. 40)
  Victims of Crime in South Carolina (p. 43)
                                                                   South Dakota
South Dakota                                                          UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)
  Crime In South Dakota (po 44)
                                                                   Utah
  SDSAC Newsletter (p. 44)
  UCR Design (IBR) (p. 45)                                            Legislative Tracking System (p. 48)




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ALABAMA                                               COLORADO                                               GEORGIA
Therese Ford                                          Kim English                                            John T. Clower
Director, Statistical Analysis Center                 Director of Research                                   Interim Director
AL Criminal Justice Information Center                CO Division of Criminal Justice                        Statistical Analysis Center
770 Washington Avenue, Suite 350                      700 Kipling Street, Suite 3000                         Ga. Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
Montgomery, AL 36130                                  Denver, CO 80215                                       503 Oak Place, Suite 540
Phone: (334) 242-4900                                 Phone: (303) 239-4442                                  Atlanta, GA 30349
Fax: (334) 242-0577                                   Fax: (303) 239-4491                                    Phone: (404) 559-4949
                                                      E-Mail: kenglis8 @aol.com                              Fax: (404) 559-4960
                                                                                                             TDY: (404) 559-4177
ALASKA
                                                      CONNECTICUT
Allen Bames, Ph.D.                                                                                           HAWAII
Director, Statistical Analysis Center                 Dolly Reed
Justice Center                                        SAC Director                                           Paul Perrone
University of Alaska Anchorage                        Office of Policy and Development                       Chief, Research and Statistics
3211 Providence Drive                                 Policy Development & Planning Division                 Department of the Attorney General
Anchorage, AK 99508                                   450 Capitol Avenue, Mail Stop 52-CPD                   Crime Prevention & Justice Assistance
Phone: (907) 786-1819                                 Post Office Box 341441                                   Division
Fax: (907) 786-7777                                   Hartford, CT 06134                                     425 Queen Street
E-Mail: afarb@uaa.alaska.edu                          Phone: (860) 418-6376                                  Honolulu, HI 96813
                                                      Fax: (860) 418-6496                                    Phone: (808) 586-1420
                                                                                                             Fax: (808) 586-1373
ARIZONA
                                                      DELAWARE
Roy Holt                                                                                                     IDAHO
Director                                              John O'Connell
Statistical Analysis Center                           Director                                               Robert Uhlenkott
Arizona Criminal Justice Commission                   Delaware Statistical Analysis Center                   Director
1501 West Washington, Suite 207                       60 The Plaza                                           Statistical Analysis Center
Phoenix, AZ 85007                                     Dover, DE 19901                                        Idaho Department of Law Enforcement
Phone: (602) 542-1928                                 Phone: (302) 739-4626                                  Post Office Box 700
Fax: (602) 542-4852                                   FAX: (302) 739-4630                                    Meridian, ID 83680
E-Mail: acjc@goodnet.com                                                                                     Phone: (208) 884-7044
                                                      DISTRICT OF C O L U M B I A                            Fax: (208) 884-7094
                                                                                                             E-Mail: ruhlenko @dle.state.id.us
ARKANSAS
                                                      Sandra R. Manning
Richard Thomas                                        Acting Director                                        ILLINOIS
Manager                                               Statistical Analysis Center
Special Services                                      Office of Grants Management                            Roger Przybylski
Arkansas Crime Information Center                     717 14th Street, N.W.                                  Associate Director
One Capitol Mall                                      Suite 400                                              Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
Little Rock, AR 72201                                 Washington, DC 20005                                   120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 1016
Phone: (501) 682-222,?.                               Phone: (202) 727-6554                                  Chicago, IL 60606
Fax: (501) 682-7444                                   Fax: (202) 727-1617                                    Phone: (312) 793-8550
E-Mail: rthomas@acic.org                                                                                     Fax: (312) 793-8422
                                                      FLORIDA                                                E-Mail: rogerp@icjia.org
CALIFORNIA
                                                      Susan Burton                                            INDIANA
Stave Galeria                                         Administrator
Program Manager                                       Statistical Analysis Center                            Steve Meagher, Ph.D.
Statistical Analysis Center                           Florida Department of Law Enforcement                  Director of Research
California Department of Justice                      2331 Phillips Road                                     Statistical Analysis Center
Post Office Box 903427                                Tallahassee, FL 32308                                  IN Criminal Justice Institute
Sacramento, CA 94203                                  Phone: (904) 487-4808                                  302 W. Washington Street, Room E-209
Phone: (916) 227-3282                                 Fax: (904) 487-4812                                    Indianapolis, IN 46204
Fax: (916) 227-3561                                   E-Mail: fsac@freenet.fsu.edu                           Phone: (317) 232-7611
E-Mail: dlesac@ns.net                                                                                        Fax: (317) 232-4979
                                                                                                             E-Mail: smeagher @ideanet.doe.state.in.us

*Where there is no offically designated Statistical Analysis Center, a contact person who provided the information for the Directory is listed.



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IOWA                                      MASSACHUSETTS                        MONTANA
Richard Moore                             Rhiana Kohl, Ph.D.                   Tom Murphy
Administrator                             Director of Research & Development   Director
Statistical Analysis Center               Executive Office of Public Safety    Statistical Analysis Center
Criminal & Juvenile Justice Planning      Programs Division                    Montana Board of Crime Control
Lucas State Office Building               100 Cambridge Street, Room 2100      303 North Roberts Street
Des Moines, IA 50319                      Boston, MA 02202                     Helena, MT 59620
Phone: (515) 242-5816                     Phone: (617) 727-6300                Phone: (406) 444-4298
Fax: (515) 242-6119                       Fax: (617) 727-5356                  Fax: (406) 444-4722
E-Mail: ccjp @max.state.ia.us             E-Mail: rkohl@state.ma.us            E-Mail: tmurphy@mt.gov

KANSAS                                    MICHIGAN                             NEBRASKA
Henry Bremenkamp, III                     Timothy Bynum, Ph.D.                 Michael Overton
SAC Director                              Director                             Director, Statistical Analysis Center
Kansas Sentencing Commission              Michigan Justice Statistics Center   NE Commission on Law Enforcement
700 Jackson Street                        School of Criminal Justice           and Criminal Justice
Jayhawk Tower, Suite 501                  Michigan State University            Post Office Box 94946
Topeka, KS 66603                          136 Baker Hall                       Uncoln, NE 68509
Phone: (913) 296-0923                     East Lansing, MI 48824               Phone: (402) 471-2194
Fax: (913) 296-0927                       Phone: (517) 353-4515                Fax: (402) 471-2837
                                          Fax: (517) 432-1787                  E-Mail: crime01 @vmhost.cdp.state.ne.us
KENTUCKY                                  E-Mail: tim.bynum @ssc.msu.edu
                                                                               NEW HAMPSHIRE
Malea Meredith                            MINNESOTA
Director, Statistical Analysis Center                                          Mark Thompson
Office of the Attomey General             Susan Roth                           Director of Administration
700 Capitol Avenue, Suite 116             Acting SAC Director                  Office of the Attomey General
Frankfort, KY 40601-3449                  Criminal Justice Center              State House Annex
Phone: (502) 564-7600                     Minnesota Planning                   33 Capitol Street
Fax: (502) 564-2894                       658 Cedar Street                     Concord, NH 03301
                                          St.Paul, MN 55155                    Phone: (603) 271-1234
LOUISIANA                                 Phone: (612) 297-3279                Fax: (603) 271-2110
                                          Fax: (612) 296-3698
Unda Green                                                                     NEW JERSEY
Director, Statistical Analysis Center     *MISSISSIPPI
Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement                                        Christine Boyle
1885 Wooddale Boulevard, Suite 708        Karen Skadden                        Chief
Baton Rouge, LA 70806                     Operations Management Analyst        Research and Evaluation Section
Phone: (504) 925-4429                     MS Statistical Analysis Center       Division of Criminal Justice
Fax: (504) 925-1998                       Public Safety Planning               25 Market Street, CN 085
                                          Post Office Box 23039                Trenton, NJ 08625
MAINE                                     Jackson, MS 39225                    Phone: (609) 984-5693
                                          Phone: (601) 359-7880                Fax: (609) 984-4473
Leda Cunningham                           Fax: (601) 359-7832                  E-Mail: boylec @smtp.lps.state.nj.us
Director                                  E-Mail: 76325.672 @compuserve.corn
Statistical Analysis Center                                                    NEW M E X I C O
Department of Corrections                 MISSOURI
State House #111                                                               Gary LaFree, Ph.D.
Augusta, ME 04363                         Martin Carso, Jr.                    Director
Phone: (207) 287-4343                     Director                             Statistical Analysis Center
Fax: (207) 287-4370                       Statistical Analysis Center          University of New Mexico
E-Mail: COLCUNN @state.me.us              MO State Highway Patrol              Institute for Social Research
                                          1510 East Elm Street                 2808 Central Avenue, S.E.
MARYLAND                                  Jefferson City, MO 65101             Albuquerque, NM 87106
                                          Phone: (573) 751-4026                Phone: (505) 277-4257
Charles Wellford, Ph.D.                   Fax: (573) 751-9382                  Fax: (505) 277-4215
Director                                                                       E-Mail: lafree@ unm.edu
Maryland Justice Analysis Center
University of Maryland
2220 LeFrak Hall
College Park, MD 20742
Phone: (301) 405-4701
Fax: (301) 314-0179
E-Mail: cwellford @bss2.umd.edu


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NEW Y O R K                                 OKLAHOMA                                    SOUTH DAKOTA
Richard Ely                                 Fran Ferrari                                Wanda Fergen
SAC Director                                Director                                    SAC Director
Bureau of Statistical Services              Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center        Office of the Attomey General
NYC Division of Criminal Justice Services   5500 North Western, Suite 245               500 East Capitol Avenue
Executive Park Tower, Stuyvesant Plaza      Oklahoma City, OK 73118                     Pierre, SD 57501
Albany, NY 12203                            Phone: (405) 858-7025                       Phone: (605) 773-6313
Phone: (518) 457-8381                       Fax: (405) 858- 7040                        Fax: (605) 773-6471
Fax: (518) 485-8039                         E-Mail: fferrari @oklaosf.state.ok.us       E-Mail: WAN DAF @atg.state.sd.us
E-Mail: elyr@crisny.org
                                            OREGON                                      TENNESSEE
NORTH CAROLINA
                                            (SAC Director to be Appointed)              Jackie Vandercook
David Jones                                 Attn: Phillip M. Lemman                     SAC Supervisor
SAC Director                                OR Criminal Justice Commission              Statistical Analysis Center
NC Governor's Crime Commission              155 Cottage Street, N.E.                    TN Bureau of Investigation
Criminal Justice Analysis Center            Salem, OR 97310                             1148 Foster Avenue
3824 Barrett Drive, Suite 100               Phone: (503) 378-2053                       Nashville, TN 37210
Raleigh, NC 27609                           Fax: (503) 378-8666                         Phone: (615) 726-7970
Phone: (919) 5714736                        E-Mail: philom.lemman @state.or.us          Fax: (615) 741-4789
Fax: (919) 571 4745                                                                     E-Mall: jvandercook @mail.state.tn.us
E-Mall: davidj @gcc.dcc.state.nc.us         PENNSYLVANIA
                                                                                        TEXAS
NORTH DAKOTA                                Phillip Renninger
                                            Director                                    Pablo Martinez, Ph.D.
Robert Helten                               Bureau of Statistics & Policy Research      Director, Special Project
Director                                    PA Commission on Crime & Delinquency        Criminal Justice Policy Council
Information Services Section                Post Office Box 1167                        Post Office Box 13332
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Bureau of Criminal Investigation            Harrisburg, PA 17108                        Austin, TX 78711
Post Office Box 1054                        Phone: (717) 787-5152                       Phone: (512) 463-1810
Bismarck, ND 58502                          Fax: (717) 783-7713                         Fax: (512) 4754843
Phone: (701) 328-5500                       E-Mail:renninge @pccd.state.pa.us           E-Mail: cjpc @access.texas.gov
Fax: (701) 328-5510
E-Mail:c01125as.judyv @ranch.state.nd.us    P U E R T O RICO                            UTAH
NORTHERN MARIANA                            Julio Rosa Santiago                         Jennifer Hemenway
ISLANDS                                     Director                                    Director
                                            Statistical Analysis Center                 Statistical Analysis Center
Joaquin Ogumoro                             Criminal Justice Information System         101 State Capitol
Executive Director                          Post Office Box 192                         Salt Lake City, UT 84114
Criminal Justice Planning Agency            San Juan, PR 00902                          Phone: (801) 538-1031
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana        Phone: (787) 729-2465                       Fax: (801) 538-1024
  Islands                                   Fax: (787)729-2261                          E-Mail: jhemenwa@state.ut.us
Post Office Box 1133-CK
Salpan, MP 96950                            RHODE I S L A N D                           VERMONT
Phone: (670) 6644550
Fax: (670) 6644560                          Norman Dakake                               William Clements, Ph.D.
                                            SAC Director                                Executive Director
OHIO                                        Rhode Island Govemor's Justice Commission   Vermont Center for Justice Research
                                            One Capitol Hill                            33 College Street
Jeffrey Knowles                             Fourth Floor                                Montpelier, VT 05602
Research Chief                              Providence, RI 02908                        Phone: (802) 828-8511
Office of Criminal Justice Services         Phone: (401) 277-4499                       Fax: (802) 828-8512
400 East Town Street                        Fax: (401) 277-1294                         E-Mail: cfemmey@norwich.edu
Suite 120
Columbus, OH 43215                          SOUTH CAROLINA
Phone:(614) 466-5174
Fax: (614) 466-0308                         Robert McManus
                                            Coordinator of Planning & Research
                                            SC Department of Public Safety
                                            5400 Broad River Road
                                            Columbia, SC 29210
                                            Phone: (803) 896-8717
                                            Fax: (803) 896-8719
                                            E-Mail: rfm @mail06.scdps.state.sc.us


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*VIRGIN ISLANDS                        WASHINGTON                                WISCONSIN
Helene Smollett                        Glenn Olson                               Stephen Grohmann
Deputy Drug Policy Advisor             Senior Executive Policy Coordinator       SAC Director
Law Enforcement Planning Commission    Statistical Analysis Center               Wl Office of Justice Assistance
Office of the Govemor                  Office of Financial Management            222 State Street, 2nd Floor
8172 SubBase, Suite 3                  Post Office Box 43113                     Madison, WI 53702
St. Thomas, VI 00802                   Olympia, WA 98504                         Phone: (608) 266-7185
Phone: (809) 774-6400                  Phone: (360) 586-2501                     Fax: (608) 266-6676
Fax: (809) 774-3317                    Fax: (360) 664-6941
E-Mail: hsmollett @aol.com             E-Mail: glenn @ofm.wa.gov                 *WYOMING

VIRGINIA                               WEST VIRGINIA                             Richard Russell
                                                                                 Office of the Attomey General
James McDonough, Ph.D.                 Girmay Berhie, Ph.D.                      Division of Criminal Investigation
Director, VA SAC                       Professor/Director                        316 West 22nd Street
Dept. of Cdminal Justice Services      WV Statistical Analysis Center            Cheyenne, WY 82002
805 East Broad Street                  Marshall University Research Center       Phone: (307) 777-7625
Richmond, VA 23219                     1050 Fourth Avenue                        Fax: (307) 777-7252
Phone: (804) 371-0532                  Huntington, WV 25755
Fax: (804) 786-3934                    Phone: (304) 696-6258
E-Mail: jmcdonough.dcjs @state.va.us   Fax: (304) 696-6277
                                       E-Mail: nkent @rcbins.redc.marshall.edu




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