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Numbers Now…… Criminal Justice in Oklahoma May 2012 (Vol. 2, No. 2) Published By Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Stan Florence Director Charles Curtis Deputy Director Dave Page Division Director Information Services Linda DeArman Section Supervisor Data Collection and Reporting Angie Baker SAC Director Patrick Mayfield Statistical Research Specialist Jennifer Powell Liaison OK Violent Death Reporting System In this issue: National Missing Children’s Day: Keeping Kids Safe OCJS Welcomes Patrick Mayfield Patrick Mayfield joined the unit in March. He serves as the Statistical Research Specialist for the OCJS as well as the SAC. He is responsible for planning and developing research studies, collecting various types of data, performing statistical procedures, and compiling statistical reports. Patrick graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a master’s degree in general psychology with an emphasis on experimental psychology and social/personality psychology. He brings a wide variety of research interests and knowledge with him including intimate relationships, self-concept, and attachment theory. He enjoys researching new topics and looks forward to learning about current issues related to the criminal justice community. He previously worked as a graduate research assistant at the Crossroads Research Lab housed in the psychology department at the University of Central Oklahoma. Patrick also teaches research design/methods as an adjunct professor at Southern Nazarene University. SIBRS Tool Available Online A new data analysis tool was recently added to the SAC link on the OSBI Website. The State Incident-Based Reporting System (SIBRS) tool provides users online access to aggregate crime data for participating jurisdictions. SAC staff created the tool using data provided by the Field Services Unit. Originally designed to replace summary reporting, SIBRS enables participating agencies the ability to contribute detailed crime data to the records management system, which is then reported directly to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Compared to traditional summary reporting, SIBRS data provide a more complete picture of crime in Oklahoma communities.
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Investigation, Oklahoma State Bureau of (OSBI)
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|Title||Numbers now... : criminal justice in Oklahoma, 05/2012, v.2 no.2|
Oklahoma. State Bureau of Investigation.
|Purpose||OCJS Welcomes Patrick Mayfield; SIBRS Tool Available Online; National Missing Children's Day; Keeping Kids Safe; Baker's Dozen, Angie Baker|
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