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STATE: NUMERIC STATE CODE (FBI CODE)

Text: Range is 01-62. Data records are in order by ORI code within numeric state code.

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
1Alabama - -
2Arizona - -
3Arkansas - -
4California - -
5Colorado - -
6Connecticut - -
7Delaware - -
8District of Columbia - -
9Florida - -
10Georgia - -
11Idaho - -
12Illinois - -
13Indiana - -
14Iowa - -
15Kansas - -
16Kentucky - -
17Louisiana - -
18Maine - -
19Maryland - -
20Massachusetts - -
21Michigan - -
22Minnesota - -
23Mississippi - -
24Missouri - -
25Montana - -
26Nebraska - -
27Nevada - -
28New Hampshire - -
29New Jersey - -
30New Mexico - -
31New York - -
32North Carolina - -
33North Dakota - -
34Ohio - -
35Oklahoma - -
36Oregon - -
37Pennsylvania - -
38Rhode Island - -
39South Carolina - -
40South Dakota - -
41Tennessee - -
42Texas - -
43Utah - -
44Vermont - -
45Virginia - -
46Washington - -
47West Virginia - -
48Wisconsin - -
49Wyoming - -
50Alaska - -
Total NaN 100%

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Location: 3-4 (width: 2; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Uniform Crime Reporting Program Data: Arrests by Age, Sex, and Race, 2009.

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