|Violent Victimization of Youth Versus Adults in the National Crime Victimization Survey
Hashima, P., and Finkelhor, D. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 14(8): 799-820. (CV20)
|1999||General Child Victimization||Paper|
|Reporting crimes against juveniles
NCVS data:<br /> Finkelhor, D., & Ormrod, R. (1999). Reporting crimes against juveniles. Juvenile Justice Bulletin - NCJ178887 (pgs. 1-8). Washin...
|1999||General Child Victimization, Statistics||Paper|
|First Youth Internet Safety Survey (YISS-1
Summary: The Youth Internet Safety Survey is a telephone survey of a national sample of 1,501 youth, ages 10 to 17, and their parents, to assess the i...
|Resilience among High-Risk Children: Analyses from the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being (NSCAW)
This project is a secondary data analysis of the NSCAW data, funded by the Administration for Children and Families. The NSCAW data offers a unique op...
|1999, 2000||Physical Abuse||Project|
|Hate Crimes Against Juveniles Reported to Police
Juveniles are more likely than adults to experience a hate crime. According to police reports for 1997-1999, juveniles made up nearly a quarter (23%) ...
|1997, 1998, 1999, 2000||General Child Victimization||Fact Sheet|
|Overall Crime Victimization of Juveniles
Children have very high rates of crime victimization. In 2000, youth 12 through 17 had crime victimization rates over two times higher than adults, ac...
|1999, 2000||General Child Victimization||Fact Sheet|
|Survey of Police Reporting and Help Seeking Among Families of Child Physical and Sexual Assault Victims (Police Reporting Survey)
Most crimes with juvenile victims are not reported to the police, and most child victims do not receive victim services, but the reasons for this have...
|1999, 2000||Child Advocacy Centers, NCAtrak||Project|