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NCJ Number: NCJ 221533   Add to Shopping cart   Find in a Library
Title: Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Data Resource Center, Final Report
  Document URL: PDF 
Author(s): Lisa Walbolt Wagner
Corporate Author: Justice Research and Statistics Association
United States of America
Date Published: 09/2007
Page Count: 100
  Annotation: This report describes the development and operation of the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Data Resource Center (DVSA-DRC), a Web site created to provide information on the status of the collection of data on domestic violence and sexual assault in the 50 States and the District of Columbia.
Abstract: The information displayed on the DVSA-DRC Web site includes State profiles, a national summary, projects, bibliographies, a form library, links and contacts, and available data. As information was collected for each State, summaries were created and posted on the DVSA-DRC. Regarding incident-based law enforcement data in the States, information from the FBI shows that 30 States are certified to report data for the National Incident-Based Reporting System, and 10 are in the testing phase. Six States are currently developing incident-based systems. Nine States collect information on domestic violence beyond what is required by the FBI; four of these States also collect additional information on sexual assault incidents. In these States, agencies complete separate forms for each domestic violence or sexual assault incident. These forms are then submitted to the State Uniform Crime Reporting program. Due to the increased funding to service providers, data systems have been implemented in most States. Information for the DVSA-DRC was collected by interviewing individuals in agencies most likely to collect, use, or report domestic or sexual violence as well as stalking data in all 50 States and the District of Columbia. Questionnaires were developed for a survey of State Uniform Crime Reporting Unit program managers, directors of Statistical Analysis Centers, domestic and sexual violence coalitions, and State government agencies. A total of 304 telephone interviews were conducted using the questionnaires. Appended questionnaires, agency responses by State, 9 data tables, and a final report on the Illinois Web-based information system for victim service providers
Main Term(s): Victimization
Index Term(s): Computer aided operations ; Data collection devices ; Sexual assault ; Data collection ; Information dissemination ; Domestic assault ; Information collection ; State crime statistics ; Sexual assault statistics ; NIJ final report
Sponsoring Agency: National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
US Department of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
United States of America
Grant Number: 2004-WG-BX-0012
Sale Source: Justice Research and Statistics Association
10 G Street N.E., Suite 710
Washington, DC 20002
United States of America
Type: Program/Project Description
Country: United States of America
Language: English
   
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