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ICD   Improving Crime Data Project

Founding Director: Dr. Robert R. Friedmann

The Statistical Analysis Bureau (SAB) was established on March 20, 1990, to integrate and analyze crime and criminal justice data. Its research is aimed at providing timely, practical information regarding the criminal justice system to policy analysts, the governor, legislators, other elected officials, the public, and others interested in criminal justice issues. Until 1995 the SAB was funded by an annual (renewable) grant awarded by the Bureau of Justice Statistics to the Governor's Criminal Justice Coordinating Council and from other funding sources. From July, 1995, the SAB has been operating on and continues to seek additional external grants.

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SAB's research reports include:

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Report Number 8: The Atlanta Municipal Court Processing of Quality of Life Cases: January 1 - March 31, 1997. Fall, 1997.

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Report Number 7: Violent Crime Trends in Georgia's Six Largest Cities, December, 1994.

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Special Report: Convenience Store Robberies in Metropolitan Atlanta, June, 1994.

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Report Number 6: Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Survey of Criminal Justice and Related Agencies, June, 1994.

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Report Number 5: Individual and Contextual Determinants of Prison Sentence Lengths for Violent Offenders in Georgia, March, 1994.

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Report Number 4: The 1992 Georgia Victimization Survey, September, 1992.

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Report Number 3: Multi-Jurisdictional Task Forces in Georgia: A Two-Pronged Evaluation, August, 1992.

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Report Number 2: Burglary Sentencing Patterns in Georgia 1972-1991: An Analysis of Incarcerated Offenders, March, 1992.

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Report Number 1: A Research Agenda for Criminal Justice in Georgia: Consensus Across Agencies, November, 1990.

 

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Other Special Reports:

bullet 60 City Homicide Rates - 2010 (2009 Data)
bullet 63 City Homicide Rates - 2010 (2008 Data)
bullet 63 City Homicide Rates - 2009
bullet 65 City Homicide Rates - 2007 (2006 Data)
bullet 65 City Homicide Rates - 2007 (2005 Data)
bullet 67 City Homicide Rates - 2005
bullet 67 City Homicide Rates - 2004
bullet 67 City Homicide Rates - 2002-2003
bullet 21 City Homicide Rates - 2002
bullet Analysis of Crime at Georgia State University: 1985-1998. A report submitted to the President, Georgia State University. September 3, 1999.
bullet Public Commission to Assess State Crime Laboratory Needs into the 21st Century. Report: Needs and Recommendations. Submitted to the Division of Forensic Sciences, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Atlanta, Georgia, August 31, 1998.
bullet Atlanta Mayor's Commission on the Emergency 911 System:  Final Report. Submitted by Mayor's Task Force that examined the 911 operations. Atlanta, December,1996.
bullet Georgia State University Police Department: Increasing Safety and Security on GSU Campus. Report submitted to Vice President of Financial Affairs, Georgia State University, by the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Team, Atlanta, September,1996.
bullet State Olympic Law Enforcement Command.  Public Safety at Special Events: Lessons From the 1996 Olympic Games. Report submitted to the National Institute of Justice,1996.
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Vision 2020.  A Community Building Process Report: Public Safety. "Public Safety Collaborative Stakeholder" Atlanta Regional Commission, Atlanta, August, 1996.

 

                                The SAB served as organizer and host for the annual meeting of the Justice Research and Statistics Association held in Atlanta in October, 1994.

                                For questions about the SAB call the program director, Dr. Robert Friedmann, at 404/413-1020 or contact him by E-mail at gilee@gsu.edu.

Mailing address:
Statistical Analysis Bureau (SAB)
Andrew Young School of Policy Studies
Georgia State University
P. O. Box 3987
Atlanta, GA 30302-3987

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