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  NCJ Number: NCJ 214257     Find in a Library
  Title: Jails in Indian Country, 2004
  Document URL: Text PDF 
  Agency Summary: Agency Summary 
  Author(s): Todd D. Minton
  Corporate Author: Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)
US Dept of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
United States of America
  Date Published: 11/2006
  Page Count: 29
  Series: BJS Bulletins
  Annotation: This report presents findings from the 2004 Survey of Jails in Indian Country, an enumeration of 68 confinement facilities, detention centers, jails, and other facilities operated by Tribal authorities or the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
  Abstract: It includes data on the number of adults and juveniles held, type of offense, number of persons confined on the last weekday of each month, average daily population, peak population, admissions in June 2004, and number of inmate deaths. The Bulletin summarizes rated capacity, facility crowding, and jail staffing. Based on an addendum to the 2004 survey, data are presented on inmate medical and mental health services, suicide prevention, substance dependency programs, domestic violence counseling, sex offender treatment, educational programs, and inmate work assignments. Highlights include the following: (1) at midyear 2004 jails in Indian country held 1,745 inmates, 39 percent of whom were confined for a violent offense; (2) State, Federal, local, and Tribal authorities were supervising 54,915 American Indians at midyear 2004--31,738 were under community supervision and 11,485 were held in State prisons; and (3) most of the reporting facilities said they had policies to test inmates for infectious diseases: 35 facilities tested for HIV, 37 for hepatitis B and C, and 38 for tuberculosis. Tables, appendix
  Main Term(s): Jail statistics ; Bureau of Indian Affairs
  Index Term(s): Inmate statistics ; American Indians ; Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)
  Sale Source: Justice Statistics Clearinghouse/NCJRS
P.O. Box 6000
Rockville, MD 20849
United States of America
  Type: Statistics
  Country: United States of America
  Language: English
   
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