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Crime and the Nation's Households, 2000 with Trends, 1994-2000

NCJ Number
194107
Date Published
September 2002
Length
8 pages
Author(s)
Patsy A. Klaus
Agencies
BJS
Publication Series
Publication Type
Statistics
Annotation
This document examines the percentage of households experiencing one or more crimes in 2000, with trends since 1994.
Abstract
The percentages of households victimized by vandalism or by intimate partner violence are estimated from the National Crime Victimization Survey for the first time. Prevalence measures show the percentage of households affected by crime -- a perspective absent in crime counts of criminal incidents. Data are presented by race, ethnicity, place of residence, region, and size of household. Highlights include the following: (1) in 2000, 16 percent of U.S. households had a household member who was victimized by a crime of violence or theft; (2) of the 4 percent of households which experienced a violent crime, 3 percent experienced an aggravated or simple assault; and (3) about 14 percent of households experienced a property crime of household burglary, motor vehicle theft or property theft. 4 figures, 5 tables, 9 references
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