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Offenders Incarcerated for Crimes Against Juveniles (NCJ 191028) December 2001
Bulletin
OJJDP Crimes Against Children Series
12 page(s)
Finkelhor, D., Ormrod,R.
This study uses data from the 1997 Survey of Inmates in State Correctional Facilities to examine the characteristics of persons incarcerated for victimizing children and youth. This OJJDP Bulletin, part of the Crimes Against Children series, presents a wide range of information pertaining to victimizers of children, including offense characteristics, offender histories, overall trends, and the severity of sentences received by such criminals. Significant differences between offenders incarcerated for crimes against juveniles and offenders imprisoned for crimes against adults are highlighted. Figures and tables illustrate the Survey's major findings.
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