Incarceration implications (prisoners by sex) of prominently reported, U.S. national estimates of rape victimization, with estimated deterrent effect.
Violent-injury-related hospital emergency department visits by sex (NEISS estimates) compared to police-reported violent victimizations with serious injury by sex (NIBRS estimates), in U.S. in 2010, with comparisons of magnitudes and sex ratios.
Archive of US Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), Criminal Victimization, annual reports from 1978 to 2012. With summary reports for 1973-79 and 1973-82.
The number of men having first-time sex with a particular partner, without using a condom, estimated for the U.S. about the year 2002. Estimate based on survey data, assumed parameters, and numerical calculations.
Police-designated victims of violence differ greatly in number and sex composition from victims of violence measured through emergency medical treatment.
Gender bias toward criminalization of men increases at successive stages of the federal criminal justice funnel and over time has increased at each stage.