Table 3-1 Estimated Funding for Bureau of Justice Statistics Criminal Justice Statistics Program, Fiscal Year 2008

Program

Estimated Funding (thousands of dollars)

Victimization

National Crime Victimization Survey—Collection

18,700

National Crime Victimization Survey—Redesign Effort

3,900

Law Enforcement

Census of State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies

905

Prosecution and Adjudication Statistics

Civil Trial Court Cases

340

Court Statistics Project

415

National Judicial Reporting Program (Year 1)

340

State Court Processing Statistics

300

Survey Development, Two New Collections

300

Corrections

Annual Probation and Parole Statistics

175

Annual Survey of Jails

230

Capital Punishment Statistics

260

Census of Probation and Parole Agencies

250

Deaths in Custody Reporting Program

553

National Corrections Reporting Program

647

National Prisoner Statistics

130

State Prison Expenditures

300

Federal Justice Statistics Program

800

Criminal Justice Employment and Expenditures

222

Firearm Background Check Statistics

360

Tribal Statistics

Tribal Criminal History Improvement Program

704

State Tribal Crime Reports

145

State Justice Statistics Program

State Statistical Analysis Centers

2,300

Technical Assistance to SACs/Multi-State Projects

1,400

Publication and Dissemination

2,872

Management, Administration, and Joint Federal Statistics Efforts

2,131

Total

38,679

NOTE: Expenditures for National Criminal History Improvement Program grants and for data collections pursuant to the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 are funded through separate lines in the BJS budget.

SOURCE: Adapted from table provided by BJS.

uses, and their associated methodological challenges, but rather a general orientation. In particular, our interim report (National Research Council, 2008b) describes the development and protocols of the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) in considerably more detail than we attempt in this more limited treatment.



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