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Juveniles as Victims

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These links provide direct access to other Web-based resources for statistics related to youth as victims. A brief description of each link is included.

Bureau of Justice Statistics. Comprehensive access to statistics on criminal victimization and victim characteristics and incident-based crime statistics. Includes online versions of all BJS publications, extensive crime and victimization data analysis tools, and victim characteristics.

FBI Uniform Crime Reports. National statistics on crime and victims from the FBI's UCR program.

Indicators of School Crime and Safety publications from the Bureau of Justice Statistics or Indicators of School Crime and Safety on the National Center for Education Statistics website. Both sites provide detailed statistics on the extent and nature of crime in schools. A joint effort of the Departments of Justice and Education.

Child Welfare Information Gateway. Access to online sources of statistics about child abuse and neglect. A component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services website.

National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect. This resource promotes scholarly exchange among researchers in the child maltreatment field.


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