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Study Title/Investigator
903.
Use of Adjuncts to Supplement Judicial Resources in Six Jurisdictions, 1983-1986: [United States] (ICPSR 8979)
Aikman, Alexander; Elsner Oram, Mary; Miller, Frederick
904.
Use of Computerized Crime Mapping by Law Enforcement in the United States, 1997-1998 (ICPSR 2878)
Mamalian, Cynthia A.; LaVigne, Nancy G.; Groff, Elizabeth
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906.
910.
Validation of Risk Assessment Tools for Predicting Re-offending at Different Developmental Periods, 1951-2010 (ICPSR 32761)
Vincent, Gina; Fusco, Samantha; Gershenson, Bernice; et al.
912.
Variations in Criminal Patterns Among Narcotic Addicts in Baltimore and New York City, 1983-1984 (ICPSR 9586)
Nurco, David N.; Hanlon, Thomas E.; Kinlock, Timothy W.; et al.
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Victim Participation in Intimate Partner Violence Prosecution - Implications for Safety: Kalamazoo County, Michigan, 1999-2002 (ICPSR 30741)
Rhodes, Karin V.; Cerulli, Catherine; Kothari, Catherine L.; et al.
916.
Victims' Needs and Victim Services, 1988-1989: Evanston, Rochester, Pima County, and Fayette County (ICPSR 9399)
Skogan, Wesley G.; Davis, Robert C.; Lurigio, Arthur J.
917.
Victims' Ratings of Police Services in New York and Texas, 1994-1995 Survey (ICPSR 6787)
Newmark, Lisa; Harrell, Adele; Adams, Bill
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919.
Violence Against Police: Baltimore County, Maryland, 1984-1986 (ICPSR 9347)
Uchida, Craig D.; Brooks, Laure W.
920.
925.
Washington, DC, Metropolitan Area Drug Study (DC*MADS), 1991: Homeless and Transient Population (ICPSR 2346)
United States Department of Health and Human Services. National Institutes of Health. National Institute on Drug Abuse
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