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NCJ Number: 135710 Find in a Library
Title: Criminal Statistics: Offenses Reported to the Police, Crimes Investigated, Sanctions, Imprisonments, 1990
Corporate Author: Norway Statistisk Sentralbyra
Date Published: 1991
Page Count: 151
Sponsoring Agency: Norway Statistisk Sentralbyra
Oslo, Norway
Publication Number: ISBN 82-537-3605-3
Sale Source: Norway Statistisk Sentralbyra
Type: Statistics
Language: English; Norwegian
Country: Norway
Annotation: Statistics for Norway for 1990 address reported crimes, crimes investigated, sanctions, and imprisonment.
Abstract: Offenses reported to the police are shown by quarter, type, and police district. Crimes investigated are presented by type, county, number of persons involved, solution, and demography of persons charged. Data on recidivism are also presented for the persons charged in 1987. Some of the data address a number of years. Main results from statistics on crimes investigated extend from 1970 through 1990. Data on sanctions extend from 1970 through 1990. Sanctions statistics are presented by offense type, the age and criminal record of the defendant, the average term of imprisonment and fine, and the sex of the offender. Statistics on imprisonment cover the years 1970 through 1990. They show different types of increases, transfer, and decreases by sex of the person and type of sanction. The lengths of prison stays are shown by inmate sex, type of sanction, district, and institution. The average number of inmates is indicated by sex, sanction type, and type of imprisonment. 17 figures and 58 tables
Main Term(s): Criminal justice statistics
Index Term(s): Clearance rates; Foreign crime statistics; Offense statistics; Sentencing/Sanctions
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