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BJs

A regional term for crack cocaine.
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BJs also stands to benefit from a potential improvement in renewal rates from stronger merchandising and improvements from the co-branded credit card, Carden said.
As a result, BJS will test supplemental methodologies, including paper and pencil interviews (PAPI) to collect information from juvenile residents at their time of release.
With robbery, the BJS bases the NCVS victimization rates only on robberies reported to the police.
Murders are not included in the BJS survey since victims could not be interviewed.
The bulletin, Probation and Parole in the United States, 2001 (NCJ 195669) was written by BJS statistician Lauren E.
The report, "Criminal Victimization 2001, Changes 2000-2001 with Trends 1993-2001" (NCJ 194610), was written by BJS statistician Callie Rennison.
The special report, Firearm Use by Offenders, (NCJ 189369) was written by BJS statistician Caroline Wolf Harlow and may be obtained by calling BJS at 800-732-3277 or by accessing the BJS Web site at http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/.
The report, Criminal Victimization 2000, Changes 1993-2000 (NCJ 187007), by BJS statistician Callie Marie Rennison, may be obtained from the BJS clearinghouse at 1-800-732-3277 or from the BJS Web site at http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs.
The special report, Intimate Partner Violence and Age of Victim, 1993-1999, (NCJ 187635), was written by BJS statistician Callie Marie Rennison.
Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) and the Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics.