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Domestic Assaults by Juvenile Offenders (NCJ 219180) November 2008
Bulletin
Snyder, H. N. and C. McCurley
Analyzes data reported to the FBI’s National Incident-Based Reporting System by a large sample of law enforcement agencies from 30 States. This Bulletin offers a detailed portrait of the attributes of domestic assaults known to law enforcement. It distinguishes among various types of domestic assaults (i.e., sexual, aggravated, and simple assaults) and profiles the location of these crimes, the time of day when they occurred, and weapon involvement.
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