The research assistant at the University of Michigan will process and link large restricted datasets including the residential and family crosswalks within the CJARS project, administrative criminal justice records in the CJARS repository, and socioeconomic data pulling from administrative tax records, program participation, and survey microdata. In doing so, we will identify and create linkages between offenders and victims and measure socioeconomic outcomes for these individuals forming a panel dataset for analysis. The work also includes data quality checks and preliminary analysis including tracking the evolution of outcomes overtime, comparison of victimization rates based on various data sources, and estimates of the number of individuals at risk at the start of COVID-19 lockdowns.