Administered to persons age 16 or older who completed an in-person National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) interview, the Identity Theft Supplement (ITS) asks respondents if they had experienced identity theft during the past 12 months. The ITS encompasses several types of identity theft, such as the misuse of an existing account, misuse of personal information to open a new account, and other misuses of personal information.
Exploring Identity-Based Crime Victimizations: Assessing Threats and Victim Services Among a Sample of Professionals
Since 2008, DOJ has been reviewing its policies and programs on international organized crime, with the goal of strengthening law enforcement's response to this threat. In this NIJ Conference Panel, the speakers will explore how DOJ and other U.S. government agencies are responding to it. Attendees will learn more about the Attorney General's Organized Crime Council, the International Organized Crime Intelligence and Operations Center, and the recent National Intelligence Estimate on International Organized Crime.
Development of Short-form Measures To Assess Four Types of Elder Mistreatment: Findings From an Evidence-based Study of APS Elder Abuse Substantiation Decisions
This solicitation seeks to build knowledge and evidence related to strategies, practices, and programs that serve victims of identity theft. The overall purpose of these services is to help victims minimize the damage, restore the security of their accounts and personal information, and recover from the experience. This funding will support research and evaluation projects that build knowledge about the consequences of identity theft and improve the quality of services to victims of identity theft.
Scientific studies have long documented the negative impact of a prison record on a person's ability to find employment. But what is the impact when gender and race/ethnicity are factored in? Also, most jobs are now advertised online — so how does this affect the ability of former prisoners to find a job?