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NCJ Number: 36351 Find in a Library
Title: CALIFORNIA CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM ANALYSIS, 1963-19721973
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Los Angeles Police Dept
Domestic Violence Task Force
United States of America
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 33
Sponsoring Agency: Los Angeles Police Dept
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Type: Statistics
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: COMPARISON OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM STATISTICS FOR 1963, 1972, AND 1973 TO PRESENT AN OVERVIEW OF SYSTEM OPERATIONS AND TO FACILITATE AN ONGOING ANALYSIS TO IDENTIFY PROBLEM AREAS.
Abstract: STATISTICS FOR THE THREE YEARS CONCERNING SYSTEM COSTS; DISPOSITION OF FELONS CONVICTED FOR HOMICIDE, BURGLARY AND ROBBERY; CRIMES REPORTED AND PERCENTAGE OF CONVICTED FELONS IMPRISONED; CONVICTIONS BY TYPE OF DISPOSITION; AND TIME SERVED PRIOR TO FIRST RELEASE FOR THOSE CONVICTED OF HOMICIDE, BURGLARY, AND ROBBERY ARE AMONG THOSE COMPARED. DATA ARE INCLUDED SHOWING PERCENTAGES OF HOMICIDE, BURGLARY, AND ROBBERY CONVICTIONS INVOLVING PROBATIONERS AND PAROLEES IN 1973. ALL COMPARISONS ARE ILLUSTRATED IN CHART FORM.
Index Term(s): Burglary; California; Comparative analysis; Convictions; Criminal justice statistics; Homicide; Operating costs; Parolees; Probationers; Recidivists; Robbery; Sentencing/Sanctions
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