Gender/Sexual Violence and Intimate Partner Violence
Centers for Disease Control information on Sexual Violence including Data Sources.
Centers for Disease Control information on Intimate Partner Violence including Data Sources.
A project of the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, this website features research reports on sexual and domestic violence as well as links to relevant data sets for the study of violence against women.
A collection of BJS reports on Intimate Partner Violence.
Presents findings on victims of nonfatal stalking in the U.S., based on the largest data collection of such behavior to date. Data were collected in a supplement to the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) and sponsored by the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). Topics covered in the report include stalking and harassment prevalence by demographic characteristics, duration of stalking and harassment, and the nature of behaviors experienced by victims.
Crimes against the Elderly
Search for licensees by name, business name, DEA number, registration type, national provider number, status, license number, NCPDP Number, city and state.
Must have name and date of birth to search the directory. Maintained by the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics.
Search by name, DOC number or county 1995 through present. Maintained by the Secretary of State.
Search by name, address, county, appearance, offense and map. Maintained by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections.
Oklahoma Department of Corrections Offender and inmate lookup and records and other data such as weekly counts.
Indian Country Justice Statistics The Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010 requires the Bureau of Justice Statistics to establish and implement a tribal data collection system and to support tribal participation in national records and information systems.
Tribal Law Enforcement Tribally operated law enforcement agencies provide a broad range of public safety services such as responding to calls for service, investigating crimes, enforcing traffic laws, executing arrest warrants, serving process, providing court security, and conducting search and rescue operations.
Indian Country Crime There are 573 federally recognized American Indian Tribes in the United States, and the FBI has federal law enforcement responsibility on nearly 200 Indian reservations. This federal jurisdiction is shared concurrently with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of Justice Services (BIA-OJS).
More than 12,000 local police departments were operating in the United States during 2016. A local police department is a law enforcement agency, other than a sheriffs' office, that is operated by a unit of local government, such as a town, city, township, or county.