One year does not a trend make, and so it would be wrong to make too much of the report this week from the US Bureau of Justice Statistics that shows an increase in violent crimes in 2011.
The Anonymous hacker collective has announced it is releasing 1.7 G of data it claims to have taken from the Justice Department's Bureau of Justice Statistics .
More than 92 million individuals have a criminal history on file in state criminal history repositories, according to the US Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Statistics.
According to the US Bureau of Justice Statistics, the number of infanticides in this country, defined as homicides of anyone under age 5, has ranged between 500 and 800 per year for the last three decades.
Violent crime rate s across the US jumped by about 18 percent, and property crimes rose by 11 percent between 2010 and 2011, according to a report released Wednesday by the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
Anonymous is claiming to have hacked webservers belonging to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, dumping 1.7 GB of data onto the web for download.
A Bureau of Justice Statistics report showed that stalkers victimize 3.4 million people each year in the United States.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics recently released a comprehensive look at the crime.
If our Federal Bureau of Criminal Justice Statistics had examined the Son of God on the way to his execution, it would undoubtedly have classified him as a fairly typical fatherless, uneducated and crazy convict.
According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, between 1976 and 2011, there were 279,384 black murder victims.
New data released in April by the Bureau of Justice Statistics shows that in jury trials in state courts, the median award fell by almost half during the 1990s -- from $65,000 to $37,000.
More than half of the victims of violent crimes in the United States did not make a report to the police between 2006 and 2010, according to a recent report by the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
The instances of reported crimes of violence , according to the department's Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), had fallen more than 65 percent since 1993, dropping from 16.8 million incidents to 5.8 million.