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An Analysis of Domestic Violence and Arrest Patterns in Vermong Using NIBRS Data (2012)

Prepared by the Vermont Center for Justice Research

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Presenting Incident-Based Reporting (IBR) Data - One Byte at a Time (2003)

Prepared by the Vermont Center for Justice Research

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Exploring the Dynamics of Race and Crime Using Vermont NIBRS Data (2003)

Prepared by the Vermont Center for Justice Research

The Vermont Center for Justice Research examined NIBRS data for differences in offense characteristics and the likelihood of arrest using race/ethnicity of the offender as a central independent variable.

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Linking Incident-Based Crime Data and Court Records:  A Pilot Study of Domestic Relationship and Driving Under the Influence Incidents (2000)

Prepared by the Vermont Center for Justice Research

The Vermont Center for Justice Research used data from the VIBRS system to produce an analysis of incidents involving a domestic relationship, including timing issues/peak periods, weapons use, injury, substance use, locations, and socio-demographic patterns in the victim-offender relationship. The Center also integrated the NIBRS data with court data in order to estimate the levels at which domestic violence cases are prosecuted. An additional analysis examines DUI incidents in Vermont.

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