US Federal government sources of information
Specific sources of New Jersey statistics discovered by serendipity
Finding information from New Jersey Departments and Agencies
Use the New Jersey State and Local Government Information (Electronic Resources) for additional coverage.
Finding background information on a topic specific to New Jersey or Rutgers University may require searching NJ newspapers such as the Star Ledger or The Daily Targum. Locate this information by searching the Access World News index by topic.
New Jersey Public Policy Collection contains publications of non-profit organizations focusing on New Jersey public policy issues.
New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Reporting Unit (UCR) provides most recent data on crimes voluntarily reported by local police departments. Not all towns and city police departments participate.
New Jersey DataBank Provided By the Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration--Newark. Covers selected areas of New Jersey Business, Civic Engagement, Culture, Diversity, Economic Conditions, Education, Elections, Enironment & Energy, Food & Agriculture, Global Connections, Government, Health, Housing, Justice, Labor, Population, Public Safety, Technology, Transportation and Urban Issues.
Economic indicators are regularly updated and used to follow trends and guide decision-making.
Use the Economic Indicators research guide to locate:
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