Session 554: RS343 -> What the New Uniform Crime Reports (NIBRS) Tell Us About Aggravated Assault, Family Violence, and the Impact of Family Disruption and Unemployment on Urban Crime Rates
Time: 9:00AM to 10:20 AM on Saturday, November 16
Place: Sandburg 2
Session Chair: Roland Chilton, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Family Violence as Reported in the National Incident-Based Reporting Program Data for the Year 2000
by: Victoria Major, Federal Bureau of Investigation (Corresponding)
Sharon Propheter, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Family Disruption, Unemployment and Crime Revisited With NIBRS Data for the Year 2000
by: Roland Chilton, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (Corresponding)
Wendy C. Regoeczi, Cleveland State University
Exploratory Analysis Using NIBRS Data for 2000: Development of a Typology of Aggravated Assaults
by: Donald Faggiani, University of Wyoming (Corresponding)
Michael D. Maltz, University of Illinois at Chicago
Discussants:
John P. Jarvis, Federal Bureau of Investigation

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