Annotated list of sources and references
(Annual. Washington: U.S. Department of Justice, 2004. 33 pages, 28 tables.)
Presents data for 2003. SOURCEBOOK tables 4.30-4.32.
This report presents data on drug use among adult arrestees in 39 U.S. cities and counties. The data are from the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice. Data are based on voluntary urinalysis testing and interviews from samples of arrestees. Information is presented on the use of marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, and PCP. Self-reported patterns of drug-related behaviors such as frequency of use, drug acquisition, failed attempts to purchase drugs, and heavy drinking are included. Also included are estimates of drug, alcohol, and mental health treatment participation.
(Periodic. NCJ 228128 Washington: U.S. Department of Justice, December 2010. 19 pages, 28 tables.)
Presents data for 2006. SOURCEBOOK tables 1.0009.2006, 1.0010.2006.
This report presents data from the 2006 Juvenile Residential Facility Census. The census, conducted every other year since 2000, collects information about public and private facilitites in which juvenile offenders are held. The report includes facility characteristics such as size, security level, capacity ratings, and facility type (e.g., group home, boot camp, training school, etc.). Also included is information about services provided by the facilities such as middle and high school education, physical and dental exams, and HIV and tuberculosis testing. Finally, the report shows data for the number and cause of deaths occurring in juvenile facilities during the study period.
FY 2000 Annual Report of the United States Marshals Service
(Annual. Washington: U.S. Department of Justice, 2001. 148 pages, 108 tables, 12 figures.)
Presents data for fiscal 1999 and 2000 and trend data for fiscal 1985-2000. SOURCEBOOK tables 1.77, 1.78.
This report presents data on the missions, workload, operations, resources, and productivity of the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS). Data are shown for the agency as a whole and separately for each district. USMS duties include fugitive investigations, prisoner processing and detention, prisoner production and transportation, protection of the judiciary, witness security, execution of court orders, government seizures, and special operations and analysis. Sections with national data trends, data definitions and sources, staffing allocations, and organizational references also are included.
(Annual. [Online.] Available: http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/crt/2007/ [June 30, 2008]. 7 chapters, 7 tables, 1 appendix.)
Presents data for 2007. SOURCEBOOK table 3.175.2007.
This online report begins with a strategic overview of accomplishments in 2007 and continuing challenges in the global fight against terrorism. The second chapter is a discussion of the nature and extent of the terrorist threat in six geographical regions of the world. The countries that have been identified as State-sponsors of terrorism are reviewed in the third chapter. The next chapter discusses the global risks related to terrorists groups obtaining weapons of mass destruction. Chapters five and six cover countries and geographic areas that are regarded as terrorist safe havens, and provide description of organizations on the Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) list. The last chapter includes legislative requirements for reporting and definitions of key terms. A statistical appendix provides a summary of terrorist incidents worldwide and details the terrorism-related deaths, kidnapings, and injuries of Americans for 2007.
Annual Report to Congress on Civil Aviation Security, January 1, 1995-December 31, 1995
(Annual. Washington: U.S. Department of Transportation, 1996. 20 pages, 2 tables, 1 figure.)
Presents data for 1995 and trend data for 1991-95. SOURCEBOOK table 3.177.
This report contains data on threats against civil aviation, both foreign and domestic, including hijackings, airport bombings, bomb threats, and security incidents. Also presented are data on passenger screening activities and summaries of other ongoing preventive measures. This report covers the 1995 calendar year and provides detailed descriptions of criminal acts against civil aviation committed during that period.