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Victims & Victimization

In 2011, U.S. residents age 12 or older experienced an estimated 5.8 million violent victimizations and 17.1 million property victimizations. The types of victimizations included in this figure range from rape and aggravated assault to auto theft and burglary to simple assault and personal theft.[1]

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NIJ Strategic Research and Implementation Plan: Sentinel Events Initiative (2016-2021), NIJ, February 2017
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National Survey Shines a Light on the Nature and Scope of Teen Dating Violence, NIJ, February 2017
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National Sexual Assault Policy Symposium, NIJ, February 2017
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Teen Dating Violence Victimization in an Urban Sample of Early Adolescents: Measurement, Prevalence, Trajectories, and Consequences, NIJ-Sponsored, 2016
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Effects of Child Maltreatment, Cumulative Victimization Experiences, and Proximal Life Stress on Adult Crime and Antisocial Behavior, NIJ-Sponsored, 2016
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Where can I locate statistics on child abuse and neglect in the United States?
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Can I order a complete set of "Portable Guides to Investigating Child Abuse"?
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Who is considered a mandatory reporter of child abuse, including child sexual abuse/exploitation?
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