National Corrections Reporting Program (NCRP) Series

Investigator(s): Bureau of Justice Statistics

In 1983, the National Prisoners Statistics program, which compiled data on prisoner admissions and releases, and the Uniform Parole Reports were combined into one reporting system, the National Corrections Reporting Program (NCRP). The NCRP evolved from the need to improve and consolidate data on corrections at the national level. Its objective was to provide a consistent and comprehensive description of prisoners entering and leaving the custody or supervision of state and federal authorities. In addition to the state prisons, the California Youth Authority reported data from 1984 to 2011. The Federal Bureau of Prisons reported data to NCRP from 1984 to 1996. Federal data are now collected by BJS under the Federal Justice Statistics Program.

NACJD has prepared a resource guide for the NCRP Series.

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2015
Hammett, Theodore M.,  Donahue, Sara,  LeRoy, Lisa,  Montague, Brian T.,  Rosen, David L.,  Solomon, Liza,  Costa, Michael,  Wohl, David,  Rich, Josiah D. Transitions to care in the community for prison releasees with HIV: A qualitative study of facilitators and challenges in two states. Journal of Urban Health.
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2015
Harmon, Mark G.,  Boppre, Breanna . Women of color and the war on crime: An explanation for the rise in female black imprisonment. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice.
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2015
Kirk, David S. Prisoner reentry and the reproduction of legal cynicism. Social Problems.
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2015
Luallen, Jeremy,  Corry, Nida . On the prevalence of veteran deaths in state prisons. Criminal Justice Policy Review.
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2015
Luallen, Jeremy,  Cutler, Christopher . The growth of older inmate populations: How population aging explains rising age at admission. Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences.
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2015
Patterson, Evelyn J. Hidden disparities: Decomposing inequalities in time served in California, 1985-2009. Law and Society Review. 49, (2), 467-498.
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2015
Patterson, Evelyn J.,  Wildeman, Christopher J. Mass imprisonment and the life course revisited: Cumulative years spent imprisoned and marked for working-age Black and White men. Social Science Research. 53, 325-337.
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2015
Peterson, Bryce E. Inmate-, Incident-, and Facility-Level Factors Associated with Escapes from Custody and Violent Outcomes. Dissertation, City University of New York.
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