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AcronymDefinition
BJSBureau of Justice Statistics
BJSBritish Journal of Surgery (UK)
BJSBattle Just Started (video game)
BJSByron Jackson Services
BJSBasic Job Skills
BJSBeloit Janesville Symphony (est. 1954; Madison, WI)
BJSBlues, Jazz & Soul (musical genres)
BJSBeaux Jardins du Soleil (French: Beautiful Gardens of the Sun)
BJSBruzzese Jardins Services (French; Monegasque garden services company)
BJSBeijing, China-Capital Airport (Airport Code)
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BJs' comps were impacted by rainy weather conditions in May, but the company's commentary suggests comps through June and July came in north of 2%, Carden said in a Friday note.
BJS was charged with violating the anti-bribery, books-and-records, and internal controls provisions of the FCPA.
BJS will collect data separately on incidents involving staff sexual contacts with youths and less serious incidents of sexual harassment, such as repeated verbal statements orderogatory comments of a sexual nature to an inmate by an employee, and other forms of noncontact sexual abuse.
The BJS established the NCVS to provide previously unavailable information about crime (including crime not reported to police), victims, and offenders.
BJS found that thefts continued to decline, as they have for the past 20 years.
The first data from the redesigned NCVS were published in a BJS bulletin in June 1995.
Criminal Victimization, 2002 (NCJ 199994) by BJS statisticians Callie Marie Rennison and Michael R.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) presents Crime and Justice Data Online, an interactive Web site that provides quick access to comprehensive and easy-to-use criminal justice data.
Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) has announced that the adult U.S.
Department of Justice's National Criminal History Improvement Program (NCHIP), is administered by the Office of Justice Programs' (OJP) Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS).