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Violent Crime Programs at a Glance
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Crime & Crime Prevention

Violent Crime

Violent crime is generally categorized into four types of offenses which involve force or the threat of force: murder, rape and sexual assault, robbery, and assault.

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OJP Publications

Development of a Mobile, Automated Tool Mark Characterization/Comparison System, NIJ-Sponsored, 2017
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Interpretation of Patterned Injuries in Medicolegal Death Investigation, NIJ-Sponsored, 2017
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Family Context Is an Important Element in the Development of Teen Dating Violence and Should Be Considered in Prevention and Intervention, NIJ, April 2017
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Criminal Protective Orders as a Critical Strategy To Reduce Domestic Violence, Final Summary Overview, NIJ-Sponsored, March 2017
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Evaluation of a Novel Fluorescent Dye To Detect Ano-genital Injury in Women of Color, NIJ-Sponsored, March 2017
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Where can I locate statistics on child abuse and neglect in the United States?
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Who is considered a mandatory reporter of child abuse, including child sexual abuse/exploitation?
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Where can I find resources on the deterrence theory of crime?
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