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V6: STATE

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1 Alabama 621.8%
2 Alaska 100.3%
3 Arizona 391.1%
4 Arkansas 481.4%
5 California 1925.6%
6 Colorado 551.6%
7 Connecticut 481.4%
8 Delaware 80.2%
9 District of Columbia 20.1%
10 Florida 1323.9%
11 Georgia 1103.2%
12 Hawaii 60.2%
13 Idaho 220.6%
14 Illinois 1514.4%
15 Indiana 842.5%
16 Iowa 692.0%
17 Kansas 531.6%
18 Kentucky 531.6%
19 Louisiana 682.0%
20 Maine 180.5%
21 Maryland 361.1%
22 Massachusetts 822.4%
23 Michigan 1113.3%
24 Minnesota 692.0%
25 Mississippi 561.6%
26 Missouri 1063.1%
27 Montana 300.9%
28 Nebraska 431.3%
29 Nevada 140.4%
30 New Hampshire 270.8%
31 New Jersey 1614.7%
32 New Mexico 250.7%
33 New York 1303.8%
34 North Carolina 1023.0%
35 North Dakota 260.8%
36 Ohio 1313.8%
37 Oklahoma 682.0%
38 Oregon 351.0%
39 Pennsylvania 1514.4%
40 Rhode Island 160.5%
41 South Carolina 511.5%
42 South Dakota 270.8%
43 Tennessee 832.4%
44 Texas 2948.6%
45 Utah 240.7%
46 Vermont 130.4%
47 Virginia 852.5%
48 Washington 571.7%
49 West Virginia 290.8%
50 Wisconsin 902.6%
Total 3,412 100%

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Based upon 3,412 valid cases out of 3,412 total cases.

Summary Statistics

Location: 27-28 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics (LEMAS): 1997 Sample Survey of Law Enforcement Agencies.

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Disclaimer: The frequencies for this variable may not be weighted. They are purely descriptive and may not be representative of the study population. Please use with caution and consult the study documentation.