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Books on Criminal Justice Data
"Datasets for Analysis of Cybercrime," in The Palgrave Handbook of International Cybercrime and Cyberdeviance
We document various sources of cybercrime data to help guide future research endeavors. We focus most of our attention on datasets associated with hacking, and to a lesser degree online fraud. Rather than a catalog of sources, we also describe what research has accomplished with these data on specific crimes and discuss the strengths and limitations of their use. The data discussed throughout the chapter are gathered from a variety of sources including the FBI, Cambridge Cybercrime Centre,
Modernizing Crime Statistics: Report 1 : Defining and Classifying Crime
Modernizing Crime Statistics: Report 1: Defining and Classifying Crime assesses and makes recommendations for the development of a modern set of crime measures in the United States and the best means for obtaining them. This first report develops a new classification of crime by weighing various perspectives on how crime should be defined and organized with the needs and demands of the full array of crime data users and stakeholders.
Modernizing Crime Statistics: Report 2 : New Systems for Measuring Crime
Assesses the adequacy and appropriateness of current crime statistics collections and describes how national crime data collection should proceed.