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respond, including through the use of Dated: July 3, 2018. —Minimize the burden of the collection
appropriate automated, electronic, Melody Braswell, of information on those who are to
mechanical, or other technological Department Clearance Officer for PRA, U.S. respond, including through the use of
collection techniques or other forms Department of Justice. appropriate automated, electronic,
of information technology, e.g., [FR Doc. 2018–14598 Filed 7–6–18; 8:45 am] mechanical, or other technological
permitting electronic submission of BILLING CODE 4410–02–P collection techniques or other forms
responses. of information technology, e.g.,
permitting electronic submission of
Overview of This Information responses.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Collection:
[OMB Number 1121–0065] Overview of This Information
1. Type of Information Collection: Collection
Extension of a currently approved Agency Information Collection
collection. (1) Type of Information Collection:
Activities; Proposed eCollection Extension of a Currently Approved
2. The Title of the Form/Collection: eComments Requested; Extension of a Collection.
Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Currently Approved Collection: (2) The Title of the Form/Collection:
Assaulted Program, Analysis of Officers National Corrections Reporting National Corrections Reporting Program.
Feloniously Killed and Assaulted Program The collection includes the following
Program; and Law Enforcement Officers parts: Prisoner Admission Report,
Killed and Assaulted, Analysis of AGENCY: Bureau of Justice Statistics,
Department of Justice. Prisoner Release Report, Prisoners in
Officers Accidentally Killed Custody at Year-end Report, Post-
ACTION: 60-Day notice.
3. The agency form number, if any, Custody Community Supervision Entry
and the applicable component of the SUMMARY: The Department of Justice Report, Post-Custody Community
Department sponsoring the collection: (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs, Supervision Exit Report.
The form number is 1–701 and 1–701a. Bureau of Justice Statistics, will be (3) The agency form number, if any,
The applicable component within the submitting the following information and the applicable component of the
Department of Justice is the Criminal collection request to the Office of Department sponsoring the collection:
Justice Information Services Division, in Management and Budget (OMB) for Form number(s): NCRP–1A, NCRP–1B,
the Federal Bureau of Investigation. review and approval in accordance with NCRP–1D, NCRP–1E, NCRP–1F. The
4. Affected public who will be asked the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995. applicable component within the
or required to respond, as well as a brief DATES: Comments are encouraged and Department of Justice is the Bureau of
abstract: will be accepted for 60 days until Justice Statistics (Corrections Unit), in
Primary: City, county, state, tribal and September 7, 2018. the Office of Justice Programs.
federal law enforcement agencies. (4) Affected public who will be asked
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: If
Abstract: Under Title 28, U.S. Code, or required to respond, as well as a brief
you have additional comments abstract: Primary: 50 state departments
Section 534, Acquisition, Preservation, especially on the estimated public
and Exchange of Identification Records; of corrections (DOCs) and 7 parole
burden or associated response time, boards (in six states and the District of
Appointment of Officials this collection suggestions, or need a copy of the
requests the number of officers killed or Columbia). The National Corrections
proposed information collection Reporting Program (NCRP) is the only
assaulted from law enforcement instrument with instructions or
agencies in order for the FBI Uniform national data collection furnishing
additional information, please contact annual individual-level information for
Crime Reporting Program to serve as the Elizabeth Ann Carson, Statistician,
national clearinghouse for the collection state prisoners at five points in the
Bureau of Justice Statistics, 810 Seventh incarceration process: Prison admission,
and dissemination of law enforcement Street NW, Washington, DC 20531
officer death/assault data and to publish prison release, annual year-end prison
(email: elizabeth.carson@usdoj.gov; custody census, entry to post-custody
these statistics in Law Enforcement telephone: 202–616–3496).
Officers Killed and Assaulted. community corrections supervision, and
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Written exits from post-custody community
5. An estimate of the total number of comments and suggestions from the corrections supervision. BJS, the U.S.
respondents and the amount of time public and affected agencies concerning Congress, researchers, and criminal
estimated for an average respondent to the proposed collection of information justice practitioners use these data to
respond: UCR Participation Burden are encouraged. Your comments should describe annual movements of adult
Estimation: There are approximately address one or more of the following offenders through state correctional
188 law enforcement agency four points: systems, as well as to examine long-term
respondents with an estimated response —Evaluate whether the proposed trends in time served in prison,
time of 1 hour per report. collection of information is necessary demographic and offense characteristics
6. An estimate of the total public for the proper performance of the of inmates, sentencing practices in the
burden (in hours) associated with the functions of the Bureau of Justice states that submit data, transitions
collection: There are approximately 188 Statistics, including whether the between incarceration and community
hours, annual burden, associated with information will have practical utility; corrections, and recidivism. Providers of
this information collection. —Evaluate the accuracy of the agency’s the data are personnel in the states’
If additional information is required
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estimate of the burden of the Departments of Corrections and Parole,


contact: Melody Braswell, Department proposed collection of information, and all data are submitted on a
Clearance Officer, United States including the validity of the voluntary basis. The NCRP collects the
Department of Justice, Justice methodology and assumptions used; following administrative data on each
Management Division, Policy and —Evaluate whether and if so how the inmate in participating states’ custody:
Planning Staff, Two Constitution quality, utility, and clarity of the • County of sentencing
Square, 145 N Street NE, 3E.405A, information to be collected can be • State and federal inmate
Washington, DC 20530. enhanced; and identification numbers

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• Dates of: Birth, prison admission, • Offender’s supervision status prior custody records), for a total of 700 hours
prison release, projected prison release, to release from post-custody community annually for the 50 DOCs in 2020 and
mandatory prison release, eligibility supervision 2021 (14 hours*50 = 70 hours).
hearing for post-custody community • Whether the offender’s maximum
sentence includes a mandatory Burden Hours for PCCS Records
corrections supervision, post-custody (NCRP–1E, NCRP–1F)
community corrections supervision minimum sentence
entry, post-custody community • Whether the offender’s maximum There are currently 37 jurisdictions
corrections supervision exit sentence includes a Truth in Sentencing submitting PCCS data (32 DOCs and 5
• First, middle, and last names Law restriction parole boards), and BJS estimates that
• Demographic information: Sex, • The length of court-imposed extraction and submission of both the
race, Hispanic origin, education level, sentence to community service for the PCCS entries and exits takes an average
prior military service, date and type of offender of 8 hours per jurisdiction. In 2019, BJS
last discharge from military BJS uses the information gathered in anticipates that 8 additional DOCs and
• Offense type and number of counts NCRP in published reports and one parole board (likely the District of
per inmate for a maximum of three statistics. The reports will be made Columbia) will submit data, with the
convicted offenses per inmate available to the U.S. Congress, Executive burden for each new jurisdiction being
• Total sentence length imposed Office of the President, practitioners, 24 hours to set up extraction programs
• Type of facility where inmate is researchers, students, the media, others and make the submission. Thus, the
serving sentence (for year-end custody interested in criminal justice statistics, burden for PCCS records is 296 hours
census records only, the name of the and the general public via the BJS for those already submitting (8 hours*37
facility is also requested) website. = 296 hours), and 216 hours for new
• Type of prison admission (5) An estimate of the total number of submissions (24 hours*9 = 216). The
• Type of prison release respondents and the amount of time total amount of time for all PCCS
• Location of post-custody estimated for an average respondent to submissions in 2019 is 512 hours.
community supervision exit or post- respond: BJS anticipates 57 respondents In 2020, BJS hope to recruit an
custody community supervision office to NCRP by 2021: 50 state DOC additional 2 DOCs and the remaining
(post-custody community supervision respondents and seven separate parole parole board to submit NCRP PCCS
records only) boards (in six states and the District of data. The total estimate for submission
• Social security number Columbia). Burden hours for the three of PCCS for new jurisdictions in 2020 is
• Address of last residence prior to collection years (2019–2021) differ 72 hours (24 hours*3 = 72 hours). For
incarceration based on whether a state has previously those 40 DOCs and 6 parole boards
• Prison security level at which the submitted NCRP prison and PCCS data currently responding, provision of the
inmate is held in recent years. All 50 DOCs have PCCS data in 2020 will total 368 hours
For consideration, BJS is proposing to recently submitted NCRP prison data, (8 hours*46 = 368 hours). The total
add the following items to the NCRP but currently, only 32 DOCs have amount of time for all PCCS
collection, all of which are likely submitted PCCS data in the last four submissions in 2020 is 440 hours.
available from the same databases as years. Similarly, BJS hopes that the
existing data elements and should likely remaining 2 DOCs will submit PCCS
Burden Hours for Prison Records data for the first time in 2021. The
pose minimal additional burden to the (NCRP–1A, NCRP–1B, NCRP–1D)
respondents, while enhancing BJS’s remaining non-reporting DOCs would
ability to characterize the corrections All 50 DOCs have recently submitted need a total of 48 hours to create data
systems and populations it serves: NCRP prison data, so the average time extraction programs and begin data
• Status of current U.S. citizenship needed to continue providing prison submission (24 hours*2 = 48 hours).
• Country of current citizenship data is expected to be 8 hours per Those jurisdictions (42 DOCs and 7
• Country of birth respondent for both prisoner admissions parole boards) who provided NCRP
Finally, BJS is proposing to remove and releases (NCRP–1A and NCRP–1B) PCCS data in 2020 will require 392
the following items from the NCRP and 8 hours for data on persons in hours total to do the same in 2021 (8
collection, based on a combination of prison at year-end (NCRP–1D). For hours*49 = 392 hours). The total
low response rates (less than 50% of 2019, the total burden estimate of 16 amount of time for all PCCS
states) and/or high levels of missing hours per DOC for these three record submissions in 2021 is 440 hours.
data (30% or higher missing) among types is increased by 45 minutes from
the previous NCRP OMB submission, to Burden Hours for Data Review/Follow-
states that do respond:
up Consultations
• Prior prison time served by the account for the addition and removal of
offender variables from states’ extract programs Follow-up consultations with
• Additional offenses since admission (a 30 minute increase to add citizenship respondents are usually necessary while
date questions to NCRP–1A and NCRP–1D, processing the data to obtain further
• Additional sentence time since and a 15 minute increase to remove the information regarding the definition,
admission date 11 variables). The total amount of time completeness and accuracy of their
• Whether the offender was on estimated for 50 DOCs to submit NCRP– report. The duration of these follow-up
AWOL or escape while serving A, –B, and –D records in 2019 is 837.5 consultations will vary based on the
sentences hours (16.75 hours*50 = 837.5 hours). number of record types submitted, so
• Whether the offender was serving In 2020 and 2021, BJS expects to have BJS has estimated an average of 3 hours
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time concurrently on community release all 50 DOCs providing NCRP prison per jurisdiction to cover all of the
prior to prison release data. The burden for provision of the records (prison and/or PCCS) submitted.
• The number of days on community NCRP prison data will decrease to 14 In 2019, BJS anticipates that one of the
release prior to prison release served by hours per respondent due to the two parole boards not currently
the offender removal of the 11 items (7 hours for the submitting PCCS data will begin to
• Agencies assuming custody at the prison admission and release records submit, so the number of jurisdictions
time of prison release combined, and 7 hours for the year-end requiring follow-up consultations is 51

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(50 DOCs submitting at least the prison DATES: Comments are encouraged and sexual assault coalitions, State domestic
data, and one parole board submitting will be accepted for 60 days until violence coalitions; territorial domestic
only PCCS data). This yields a total of September 7, 2018. violence or sexual assault coalitions,
153 hours of follow-up consultation FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: tribal coalitions, community-based
after submission (3 hours*51 = 153 Written comments and/or suggestion organizations, and non-profit,
hours). regarding the items contained in this nongovernmental organizations. The
This total estimate of 153 hours for notice, especially the estimated public purpose of the solicitation template is to
data review/follow-up consultations burden and associated response time, provide a framework to develop
remains the same for 2020 and 2021. should be directed to Cathy Poston, program-specific announcements
Total Burden Hours for Submitting Office on Violence Against Women, at soliciting applications for funding. A
NCRP Data 202–514–5430 or Catherine.poston@ program solicitation outlines the
usdoj.gov. specifics of the funding program;
BJS anticipates that the total burden
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Written describes the requirements for
for provision and data follow-up of all
comments and suggestions from the eligibility; instructs an applicant on the
NCRP data across the participating
public and affected agencies concerning necessary components of an application
jurisdictions in 2019 is 1,502.5 hours
the proposed collection of information under a specific program (e.g. project
(837.5 hours for prison records, 512
hours for PCCS records, and 153 hours are encouraged. Your comments should activities and timeline, proposed
for follow-up consultation). This is address one or more of the following budget): and provides registration dates,
equivalent to roughly 29 hours per four points: due dates, and instructions on how to
respondent. The total annual burden for (1) Evaluate whether the proposed apply within the designated application
provision and follow-up of NCRP data collection of information is necessary system. OVW is proposing revisions to
in 2020 and 2021 is anticipated to be for the proper performance of the the current OMB-approved solicitation
1,293 hours (700 hours for prison functions of the agency, including template to reduce duplicative language,
records, 440 hours for PCCS records, whether the information will have employ plain language, ensure
and 153 hours for follow-up practical utility; consistency, outline all requirements
consultation). (2) Evaluate the accuracy of the clearly, and conform with 2 CFR part
(6) An estimate of the total public agency’s estimate of the burden of the 200, Uniform Administrative
burden (in hours) associated with the proposed collection of information, Requirements, Cost Requirements, Cost
collection: There are an estimated including the validity of the Principles, and Audit Requirements for
1,502.5 total burden hours associated methodology and assumptions used; Federal Awards.
with this collection in 2019, and 1,293 (3) Enhance the quality, utility, and (5) An estimate of the total number of
hours in both 2020 and 2021. clarity of the information to be respondents and the amount of time
If additional information is required collected; and estimated for an average respondent to
contact: Melody Braswell, Department (4) Minimize the burden of the respond/reply: It is estimated that
Clearance Officer, United States collection of information on those who information will be collect annually
Department of Justice, Justice are to respond, including through the from the approximately 1800
Management Division, Policy and use of appropriate automated, respondents (applicants to the OVW
Planning Staff, Two Constitution electronic, mechanical, or other grant programs). The public reporting
Square, 145 N street NE, 3E.405B, technological collection techniques or burden for this collection of information
Washington, DC 20530. other forms of information technology, is estimated at up to 30 hours per
Dated: July 3, 2018 e.g., permitting electronic submission of application. The 30-hour estimate is
Melody Braswell, responses. based on the amount of time to prepare
Department Clearance Officer for PRA, U.S. Overview of This Information a narrative, budget and other materials
Department of Justice. Collection for the application and, if required, to
[FR Doc. 2018–14599 Filed 7–6–18; 8:45 am] coordinate with and develop a
(1) Type of Information Collection: memorandum of understanding with
BILLING CODE 4410–18–P
Extension of a currently approved requisite project partners.
collection.
(2) Title of the Form/Collection: OVW (6) An estimate of the total public
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE burden (in hours) associated with the
Solicitation Template.
[OMB Number 1122–0020] (3) Agency form number, if any, and collection: The estimated public burden
the applicable component of the associated with this collection is 54,000
Agency Information Collection Department of Justice sponsoring the hours.
Activities; Proposed eCollection collection: Form Number: 1122–0020. If additional information is required
eComments Requested; Revision of a U.S. Department of Justice, OVW. contact: Melody Braswell, Department
Currently Approved Collection (4) Affected public who will be asked Clearance Officer, United States
AGENCY: Office on Violence Against or required to respond, as well as a brief Department of Justice, Justice
Women, Department of Justice. abstract: Primary: The affected public Management Division, Policy and
ACTION: 60-Day notice. includes applicants to OVW grant Planning Staff, Two Constitution
programs authorized under the Violence Square, 145 N Street NE, 3E.405A,
SUMMARY: The Department of Justice, Against Women Act of 1994 as
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Washington, DC 20530.
Office on Violence Against Women amended. These include States,
Dated: July 3, 2018.
(OVW) will be submitting the following territories, Tribes or units of local
information collection request to the government, institutions of higher Melody Braswell,
Office of Management and Budget education including colleges and Department Clearance Officer, PRA, U.S.
(OMB) for review and approval in universities, tribal organizations, Department of Justice.
accordance with the Paperwork Federal, State, tribal, territorial or local [FR Doc. 2018–14642 Filed 7–6–18; 8:45 am]
Reduction Act of 1995. courts or court-based programs, State BILLING CODE 4410–FX–P

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