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26.

TOTAL RACE

On December 31, 1996, how many adult parolees in your jurisdiction were - F. Total (Sum of items 6a through 6e should equal item 4) [item6f] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

27.

HISPANIC ORIGIN

On December 31, 1996, how many adult parolees in your jurisdiction were - A. Of Hispanic origin (i.e., Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, or other Spanish culture or origin) [item7a] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

28.

NOT OF HISPANIC ORIGIN

On December 31, 1996, how many adult parolees in your jurisdiction were - B. Not of Hispanic origin [item7b]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

29.

TOTAL HISPANIC OR NON-HISPANIC ORIGIN

On December 31, 1996, how many adult parolees in your jurisdiction were - C. Total (Sum of items 7a through 7b should equal item 4) [item7c] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

30.

MAXIMUM INCARCERATION SENTENCE ONE YEAR OR LESS

On December 31, 1996, how many adult parolees had a maximum sentence to incarceration of - A. A year or less [item8a]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

31.

MAXIMUM INCARCERATION SENTENCE MORE THAN ONE YEAR

On December 31, 1996, how many adult parolees had a maximum sentence to incarceration of - B. More than a year [item8b]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

32.

TOTAL MAXIMUM INCARCERATION SENTENCE

On December 31, 1996, how many adult parolees had a maximum sentence to incarceration of - C. Total (Sum of items 8a and 8b should equal item4) [item8c] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

33.

ACTIVE SUPERVISION STATUS

On December 31, 1996, what was the supervision status of the parolees in your jurisdiction? (Exclude interstate compact cases that you supervise for another state.) A. Active (Those required to regularly contact a supervisory parole authority in p... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

34.

INACTIVE STATUS

On December 31, 1996, what was the supervision status of the parolees in your jurisdiction? (Exclude interstate compact cases that you supervise for another state.) B. Inactive (Those excluded from regular reporting but still on parole) [item9b] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

35.

ABSCONDER STATUS

On December 31, 1996, what was the supervision status of the parolees in your jurisdiction? (Exclude interstate compact cases that you supervise for another state.) C. Absconder (Those still on parole but have failed to report and cannot be locate... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

36.

SUPERVISED OUT OF STATE STATUS

On December 31, 1996, what was the supervision status of the parolees in your jurisdiction? (Exclude interstate compact cases that you supervise for another state.) D. Supervised out of State (Active and inactive parolees under your jurisdiction w... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

37.

OTHER STATUS

On December 31, 1996, what was the supervision status of the parolees in your jurisdiction? (Exclude interstate compact cases that you supervise for another state.) E. Other (Specify) [item9e] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

38.

TOTAL SUPERVISION STATUS

On December 31, 1996, what was the supervision status of the parolees in your jurisdiction? (Exclude interstate compact cases that you supervise for another state.) F. Total (Sum of items 9a through 9e should equal item 4) [item9f] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

39.

INTENSIVE SUPERVISION PROGRAM (ISP)

Does your parole agency have an intensive supervision program (ISP)? (In contrast to routine parole, an ISP emphasizes stringent conditions, close monitoring, and expanded services.) [item10] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

40.

NUMBER OF PAROLEES IN ISP

A. How many parolees were in this program on December 31, 1996? [item10a]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

41.

NUMBER OF PAROLEES IN ISP, INCLUDED IN ITEM4

B. Are these parolees included in item 4? [item10b]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

42.

ELECTRONIC MONITORING (EM)

Does your parole agency operate a program involving electronic monitoring of parolees? (Include programs that monitor parolee location by attached transmitters or by other electronic means.) [item11] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

43.

NUMBER OF PAROLEES ON EM

A. How many parolees were in this program on December 31, 1996? [item11a]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

44.

NUMBER OF PAROLEES ON EM, INCLUDED IN ITEM4

B. Are these parolees included in Item 4? [item11b]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

45.

BOOTCAMP PROGRAM

Does your agency have any parolees enrolled in a program that approximates a bootcamp? (A bootcamp incorporates a highly regimented activity schedule, drill and ceremony, physical challenge and fitness, discipline, emphasis on personal appearance, ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

46.

NUMBER OF PAROLEES IN BOOTCAMP PROGRAM

A. How many parolees were in this program on December 31, 1996? [item12a]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

47.

NUMBER OF PAROLEES IN BOOTCAMP PROGRAM, INCLUDED IN ITEM4

B. Are these parolees included in item 4? [item12b]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

48.

SUPERVISED FROM LOCAL JAILS

On December 31, 1996, did your jurisdiction supervise parolees from local jails? [item13]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

49.

NUMBER OF PAROLEES FROM LOCAL JAILS, INCLUDED IN ITEM4

Are the local parolees reported in item 4? [item13a]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

50.

OTHER PAROLEES

Does your parole agency supervise adult parolees other than those reported in this survey? [item14]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

51.

INFORMATION REPRESENTS END-OF-YEAR DATA

Does the information reported in this survey represent the calendar year ending on December 31, 1996? [item15]

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

52.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR ENTRIES (ITEM 2)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

53.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR EXITS (ITEM 3)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

54.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR GENDER (ITEM 5)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

55.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR RACE (ITEM 6)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

56.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR HISPANIC CATEGORY (ITEM 7)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

57.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR MAXIMUM INCARCERATION SENTENCE (ITEM 8)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

58.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR SUPERVISION STATUS (ITEM 9)

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

59.

CALCULATED RATE, NUMBER ON PAROLE ON 12/31/96 PER 100,000 ADULT RESIDENTS

Taken from: Annual Parole Survey, 1996.

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