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Report shows 3 in 4 former prisoners in 30 states arrested within 5 years of release | BJS

Examines the 5-year post-release offending patterns of persons released from state prisons in 2005 by offender characteristics, prior criminal history, and commitment offense.

Domestic violence accounted for about a fifth of all violent victimizations between 2003 and 2012 | BJS

Domestic violence includes victimization committed by current or former intimate partners (spouses, boyfriends or girlfriends), parents, children, siblings, and other relatives.

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Q&A on the Value of Crime Analysts | BJA

Dr. Craig D. Uchida, a visiting BJA fellow, discusses crime analysis and cost-benefit analysis.

OVC News & Program Updates Showcases Vision 21 in Action | OVC

This issue focuses on programs and resources that highlight the recommendations put forth in the Vision 21: Transforming Victim Services Final Report, and introduces OVC's two new deputy directors, Marilyn Roberts and Kristina "Kris" Rose.

Online University Offering Tribal Community Partnerships | OJJDP

"Introduction to Community Collaborative Partnerships" is a course on how to establish and improve collaborative partnerships in Native communities that support tribal youth programs.

Defining Legitimacy and Procedural Justice in Policing | BJA

The Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) and BJA have released two reports on this important development in policing.

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