The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) is announcing the release of Criminal Victimization in the 22 Largest U.S. States, 2017–2019,
the first release of subnational violent and property victimization
estimates from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS). This
report presents selected state-level estimates of violent and property
victimization for the 3-year aggregate period of 2017-19 in the 22 most
populous U.S. states. It offers the first picture of victimization rates
across states and how their reported and unreported crime levels vary.
Criminal Victimization in the 22 Largest U.S. States, 2017–2019 (NCJ 305402) was written by BJS Statisticians Grace Kena, MPP, and Rachel E. Morgan, PhD.