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V16: TYPE OF ADMISSION TO PRISON

Item 9 Type of admission to prison.

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
10 Court commitment 275,53259.2%
20 Returned from appeal or bond 5640.1%
30 Transfer 2,9390.6%
46 Parole revocation-new sentence 16,2833.5%
47 Parole revocation-no new sentence 22,5164.8%
49 Parole revocation-no info on new sent 31,2586.7%
56 Mandatory parole release-new sentence 24,2645.2%
57 Mandatory parole release-no new sent 8,2081.8%
59 Mandatory par rel-no info on new sent 1,0290.2%
65 Suspended sentence imposed 1,7590.4%
66 Escapee/AWOL returned-new sentence 3970.1%
67 Escapee/AWOL returned-no new sentence 1,7650.4%
69 Escapee/AWOL retr-no info on new sent 6,1661.3%
70 Parole status, pending revocation 1,2600.3%
80 Mandatory parole release status-pend 31,0306.7%
86 Probation revocation-new sentence 2,1260.5%
87 Probation revocation-no new sentence 10,2032.2%
88 Other 1,0280.2%
89 Probation revoc-no info on new sent 22,3604.8%
90 Probation status-pending revocation 2140.0%
92 Unsentenced commitment 00.0%
Missing Data
95 Illegal entry 130.0%
98 Blank 2,2320.5%
99 Unknown 2,6130.6%
Total 465,759 100%

Based upon 460,901 valid cases out of 465,759 total cases.

Location: 39-40 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

(Range of) Valid Data Values: 10 thru 92

(Range of) Missing Values: 95 , 98 , 99

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: National Corrections Reporting Program, 1993.

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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.