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The use of self report research reveals that many

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The use of self-report research reveals that many people who have not been arrested for criminal or delinquent behavior report anonymously that they have engaged in such behavior - Individuals serving time after conviction of a crime were not arrested for most of the crimes they reported having committed - The National Youth Survey (NYS) is based on interviews conducted with adolescents over a five-year period and includes all UCR offenses except homicide and records crimes that are likely to be relevant to a delinquent lifestyle or culture, such as gang fights, sexual activity, and misdemeanors - The focus of the Crime-Classification System (CCS) is the harm suffered by the victim and the context in which the criminal activity occurs - The National Criminal History Improvement Program (NCHIP) awards direct funding and technical assistance to states to “improve the quality, timeliness and immediate accessibility of criminal history and related records”
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- Data on offenders are discussed by age, race and ethnicity, and gender - Victimology - Young people, men (except for rape and sexual assault), African Americans, Hispanics, divorced or separated people, the unemployed, the poor, and residents of central cities
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