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Provides links to national data collections and surveys covering federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. Includes data on police-public contact, deaths in custody, human trafficking reporting and campus law enforcement agencies.
Department of Health and Human Services site provides national and state statistics on child abuse and neglect, including physical abuse, sexual abuse, and abuse and neglect of children with disabilities.