1982 Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics i (1982)

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Edited by
Timothy J. Flanagan
Maureen McLeod

Bob Langworthy
Ernest F. Keller
Theodore P. Skotnicki
Ann L. Pastore
Sharleen Brittell
Marjorie J. Jones

Associate Editor
Assistant Editor
Assistant Editor
Managing Editor
Editorial Assistant
Editorial Assistant

The Michael J. Hindelang
Criminal Justice Research Center
Albany, New York
This project was supported by Grant No. 81-BJ-CX-KO13 awarded to The Michael
J. Hindelang Criminal Justice Research Center, Albany, New York, by the U.S. De-
partment of Justice and is currently supported by the Bureau of Justice Statistics,
U.S. Department of Justice, under the Justice System Improvement Act of 1979; the
project, entitled Utilization of Criminal Justice Statistics, is being directed by
Timothy J. Flanagan and is being monitored for the Bureau of Justice Statistics by
Sue A. Lindgren. Points of view or opinions stated in this document are those of the
editors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S.
Department of Justice.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics authorizes any person to reproduce, publish, trans-
late, or otherwise use all or any part of the copyrighted material in this publication,
with the exception of those items indicating that they are copyrighted by or reprint-
ed by permission of any source other than The Michael J. Hindelang Criminal Jus-
tice Research Center.
Copyright 1983 by The Michael J. Hindelang Criminal Justice Research Center
Bureau of Justice Statistics
Reproduction by Permission of Buffalo & Erie County Public Library Buffalo, NY

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