National Judicial Reporting Program Series

Investigator(s): Bureau of Justice Statistics

This series tabulates the number of persons convicted of felonies in state courts and describes their sentences. Data were collected from state courts and state prosecutors in 300 counties of the United States. The collection contains socio-demographic information such as age, race, and sex of the felon. Types of offenses committed include homicide, rape, and robbery. Adjudication variables referring to the process between arrest and sentencing are also included. Data can be analyzed at the national level or by the individual counties.

Years Produced: Every 2 years

Data in the Series

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Most Recent Publications

2017
Garcia, Jorge Luis . The Life-cycle Benefits of an Influential Early Childhood Program. Public Workshop. Madison, WI.
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2017
Hauser, Will,  Kleck, Gary . The impact of police strength and arrest productivity on fear of crime and subjective assessments of the police. American Journal of Criminal Justice. 42, (1), 86-111.
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2017
Heckman, James J. The Life-cycle Benefits of an Influential Early Childhood Program. Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society. Hong Kong.
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2017
Pfaff, John . Locked In: The True Causes of Mass Incarceration and How to Achieve Real Reform. New York, NY: Basic Books.
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2016
Bjerk, David,  Helland, Eric . Estimating racial differences in wrongful conviction rates. First Conference on Empirical Legal Studies in Europe. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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2016
Braga, Anthony A.,  Apel, Robert . And we wonder why Criminology is sometimes considered irrelevant in real-world policy conversations. Criminology and Public Policy. 15, (3), 813-829.
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2016
Garcia, Jorge Luis,  Heckman, James J.,  Leaf, Duncan Ermini,  Prados, Maria Jose . The Life-cycle Benefits of an Influential Early Childhood Program. National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper #22993. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.
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2015
Miller, Riane N.,  Applegate, Brandon K. Adult crime, adult time? Benchmarking public views on punishing serious juvenile felons. Criminal Justice Review. 40, (2), 151-168.
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2014
Kleck, Gary,  Barnes, J.C . Do more police lead to more crime deterrence?. Crime and Delinquency. 60, (5), 716-738.
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2014
Walker-Hassett, Connie,  Lateano, Thomas,  Di Benedetto, Michael . Do female sex offenders receive preferential treatment in criminal charging and sentencing?. Justice System Journal. 35, (1), 62-86.
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