Term: Being Accused of a Crime
Last Updated: 2020-02-04
Individuals who have had contact with the justice system and are identified using the PRISM (Prosecutions Information and Scheduling Management) database having been accused of a crime.
- Being a Victim of a Crime
- Being a Witness of a Crime
- Crimes Against Persons
- Crimes Against Property
- Prosecutions Information and Scheduling Management (PRISM) System Data
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