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26.

TOTAL HISPANIC OR NON-HISPANIC ORIGIN

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

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

27.

OFFENSE FELONY

On December 31, 1996, how many adult probationers, regardless of conviction status, had an offense type of - A. Felony [item8a]

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

28.

OFFENSE MISDEMEANOR

On December 31, 1996, how many adult probationers, regardless of conviction status, had an offense type of - B. Misdemeanor (Offenses other than DWI/DUI) [item8b] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

29.

DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED OR UNDER THE INFLUENCE

On December 31, 1996, how many adult probationers reported in item 4, regardless of conviction status, had as their most serious offense - C. Driving while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol or drugs [item8c] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

30.

OFFENSE OTHER

On December 31, 1996, how many adult probationers, regardless of conviction status, had an offense type of - D. Other (Specify) [item8d] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

31.

TOTAL OFFENSE

On December 31, 1996, how many adult probationers, regardless of conviction status, had an offense type of - E. Total (Sum of items 8a through 8d should equal item 4) [item8e] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

32.

SUSPENDED EXECUTION OF SENTENCE TO INCARCERATION

Of your probation population on December 31, 1996, how many had entered probation supervision through - A. Suspended execution of sentence to incarceration (Sentence imposed then suspended)[item9a] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

33.

SUSPENDED IMPOSITION OF SENTENCE

Of your probation population on December 31, 1996, how many had entered probation supervision through - B. Suspended imposition of sentence (e.g., Probation before verdict) [item9b] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

34.

DIRECT SENTENCE TO PROBATION

Of your probation population on December 31, 1996, how many had entered probation supervision through - C. Direct sentence to probation [item9c] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

35.

SPLIT SENTENCE

Of your probation population on December 31, 1996, how many had entered probation supervision through - D. Split sentence (Incarceration combined with probation) [item9d] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

36.

OTHER TYPE OF PROBATION SUPERVISION

Of your probation population on December 31, 1996, how many had entered probation supervision through - E. Other (Specify) [item9e]

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

37.

TOTAL PROBATION SUPERVISION STATUS

Of your probation population on December 31, 1996, how many had entered probation supervision through - F. Total (Sum of items 9a through 9e should equal item 4) [item9f] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

38.

ACTIVE SUPERVISION STATUS

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

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

39.

INACTIVE STATUS

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

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

40.

ABSCONDER STATUS

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

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

41.

SUPERVISED OUT OF STATE

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

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

42.

OTHER STATUS

On December 31, 1996, what was the supervision status of the probationers in your jurisdiction? (Exclude interstate compact cases that you supervise for another state.) E. Other (Specify) [item10e] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

43.

TOTAL SUPERVISION STATUS

On December 31, 1996, what was the supervision status of the probationers in your jurisdiction? (Exclude interstate compact cases that you supervise for another state.) F. Total (Sum of items 10a through 10e should equal item 4) [item10f] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

44.

INTENSIVE SUPERVISION PROGRAM (ISP)

Does your probation agency operate an intensive supervision program (ISP)? (In contrast to routine probation, an ISP emphasizes stringent conditions, close monitoring, and expanded services.) [item11] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

45.

NUMBER OF PROBATIONERS IN ISP

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

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

46.

NUMBER OF PROBATIONERS IN ISP, INCLUDED IN ITEM4

B. Are these probationers included in item 4? [item11b]

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

47.

ELECTRONIC MONITORING (EM)

Does your probation agency operate a program involving electronic monitoring of probationers? (Include programs that monitor probationer location by using attached transmitters or by other electronic means.) [item12] ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

48.

NUMBER OF PROBATIONERS ON EM

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

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

49.

NUMBER OF PROBATIONERS ON EM, INCLUDED IN ITEM4

B. Are these probationers included in Item 4? [item12b]

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

50.

BOOTCAMP PROGRAM

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

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

51.

NUMBER OF PROBATIONERS IN BOOTCAMP PROGRAM

A. How many probationers were in this program on December 31, 1996? [item13a]

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

52.

NUMBER OF PROBATIONERS IN BOOTCAMP PROGRAM, INCLUDED IN ITEM4

B. Are these probationers included in item 4? [item13b]

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

53.

OTHER PROBATIONERS

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

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

54.

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 Probation Survey, 1996.

55.

OTHER UNSATISFACTORY EXITS

Additional variable accounting for other unsatisfactory exits reported.

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

56.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR ENTRIES (ITEM 2)

Residual for item2; calculated by summing items 2a through 2c, and subtracting the sum from item2d ("Total Entries to Probation").

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

57.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR EXITS (ITEM 3)

Residual for item3; calculated by summing items 3a through 3d, and subtracting the sum from item3e ("Total Discharges").

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

58.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR GENDER (ITEM 5)

Residual for item5; calculated by summing items 5a through 5b, and subtracting the sum from item5c ("Total Gender").

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

59.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR RACE (ITEM 6)

Residual for item6; calculated by summing items 6a through 6e, and subtracting the sum from item6f ("Total Race").

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

60.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR HISPANIC/NON-HISPANIC (ITEM 7)

Residual for item7; calculated by summing items 7a through 7b, and subtracting the sum from item7c ("Total Hispanic or Non-Hispanic Origin"). ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

61.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR OFFENSE TYPE (ITEM 8)

Residual for item8; calculated by summing items 8a through 8d, and subtracting the sum from item8e ("Total Offense").

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

62.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR PROBATION SUPERVISION (ITEM 9)

Residual for item9; calculated by summing items 9a through 9e, and subtracting the sum from item9f ("Total Probation Supervision Status"). ... (view details)

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

63.

CALCULATED UNKNOWNS FOR SUPERVISION STATUS (ITEM 10)

Residual for item10; calculated by summing items 10a through 10e, and subtracting the sum from item10f ("Total Supervision Status").

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

64.

CALCULATED RATE, NUMBER ON PROBATION ON 12/31/1996 PER 100,000 ADULT RESIDENTS

Calculated by dividing the number on probation on 12/31/96, by the number of adult residents on July 1, 1996, and multiplying by 100,000

Taken from: Annual Probation Survey, 1996.

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