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1.

Homicide Case Number - Sequential

Homicide Case Number - Sequential For the public release dataset, HOMINEW replaces HOMINUM, the original Homicide File Number assigned by CPD. A sequential number was assigned by ICPSR to each victim record in the victim-level data. The va... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

2.

YEAR IN WHICH CASE WAS BOOKED BY CPD

Year in which case was booked by CPD Created variable containing a two-digit code (65, 66, 67 etc.) according to the date of booking (year in which the MAR report was filled out). NOTE: This is a key variable for understanding year-to-year... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

3.

YEAR OF OCCURRENCE OF INCIDENT

Year of occurrence of incident Created variable containing a two-digit code (65, 66, 67 etc.) according to the date of occurrence of incident. NOTE: The year of the incident is not necessarily the same as the year of death. ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

4.

MONTH OF OCCURRENCE OF INCIDENT

Month of occurrence of incident Created variable. NOTE: The month of the incident is not necessarily the same as the month of death. ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

5.

CALENDAR DAY OF OCCURRENCE OF INCIDENT

Calendar day of occurrence of incident Created variable. NOTE: The date of the incident is not necessarily the same as the date of death. ICPSR Note: The restricted access version of the data contains the values of 1-31. These values were ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

6.

DAY OF WEEK OF OCCURRENCE OF INCIDENT

Day of week of occurrence of incident Enter day of week as indicated in the MAR.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

7.

TIME OF OCCURRENCE OF INCIDNT (MIL TIME)

Time of occurrence of incident (Military time) Enter time of occurrence of incident, according to the four-digit military clock. NOTE: The time of the incident is not necessarily the same as the time of death. ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

8.

NUMBER OF DAYS FROM INJURY TO DEATH

Number of days from injury to death ICPSR Note: This variable was created by ICPSR.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

9.

YEAR OF VICTIM'S DEATH (1982 AND AFTER)

Year of victim's death (1982 and after) Created variable containing a two-digit code (82, 83, 84 etc.) according to the date of victim's death. NOTE: The year of the incident is not necessarily the same as the year of death. Because of inc... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

10.

MONTH OF VICTIM'S DEATH (1982 AND AFTER)

Month of victim's death (1982 and after) Created variable. NOTE: The month of the incident is not necessarily the same as the month of death. Because of inconsistences in the coding of the variable prior to 1982, this variable was removed ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

11.

CAL DAY OF VTM'S DEATH (1982 AND AFTER)

calendar day of victim's death (1982 and after) Created variable. NOTE: The date of the incident is not necessarily the same as the date of death. Because of inconsistences in the coding of the variable prior to 1982, this variable was rem... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

12.

TIME OF VICTIM'S DEATH(1982 AND AFTER)

Time of victim's death (1982 and after) Enter time of victim's death, according to the four-digit military clock. NOTE: The time of the incident is not necessarily the same as the time of death. Because of inconsistencies in the coding of ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

13.

NUMBER OF VICTIMS KILLED IN THIS INCIDNT

Number of victims killed in this incident Enter actual number of victims killed in this incident.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

14.

NUMBER OF OFFENDERS

Number of offenders Enter actual number of offenders. If the number is not specified in the MAR, use all available information in the MAR to make the most accurate count possible. Code "0" if there is not enough information in the MAR to d... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

15.

GENDER OF VICTIM

Gender of victim Code as indicated in the MAR.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

16.

VICTIM'S AGE

Age of victim Code exact age as indicated in the MAR. For infants, code "0" or "1." ICPSR Note: Actual ages were recoded to U.S. Census Bureau age categories for the online analysis and non-restricted versions of the data. In the restricte... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

17.

RACIAL, ETHNIC GROUP OF VICTIM

Race/ethnicity of victim Created variable. NOTE: CPD has employed different race codes over the years. This composite variable was created to make the coding consistent throughout the dataset. See Appendix B of the full codebook for ICPSR ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

18.

PRIOR RECORD OF VICTIM

Prior arrest record of victim Created variable. The Chicago Police Department did not begin to include this information in the MAR until 1966. ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

19.

GENDER OF FIRST OFFENDER

Gender of first offender Code as indicated in the MAR.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

20.

AGE OF FIRST OFFENDER

Age of first offender Code exact age as indicated in the MAR. ICPSR Note: Actual ages were recoded to U.S. Census Bureau age categories for the online analysis and non-restricted versions of the data. The restricted access version of the d... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

21.

RACIAL, ETHNIC GROUP OF FIRST OFFENDER

Race/ethnicity of first offender Created variable. NOTE: CPD has employed different race codes over the years. This composite variable was created to make the coding consistent throughout the dataset. See Appendix B of the full codebook fo... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

22.

PRIOR RECORD OF FIRST OFFENDER

Prior arrest record of first offender Created variable. The Chicago Police Department did not begin to include this information in the MAR until 1966. ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

23.

GENDER OF SECOND OFFENDER

Gender of second offender Code as indicated in the MAR.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

24.

AGE OF SECOND OFFENDER

Age of second offender Code exact age as indicated in the MAR. ICPSR Note: Actual ages were recoded to U.S. Census Bureau age categories for the online analysis and non-restricted versions of the data. The restricted access version of the ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

25.

RACIAL, ETHNIC GROUP OF SECOND OFFENDER

Race/ethnicity of second offender Created variable. NOTE: CPD has employed different race codes over the years. This composite variable was created to make the coding consistent throughout the dataset. See Appendix B of the full codebook f... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

26.

PRIOR RECORD OF SECOND OFFENDER

Prior arrest record of second offender Created variable. The Chicago Police Department did not begin to include this information in the MAR until 1966. ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

27.

GENDER OF THIRD OFFENDER

Gender of third offender Code as indicated in the MAR.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

28.

AGE OF THIRD OFFENDER

Age of third offender Code exact age as indicated in the MAR. ICPSR Note: Actual ages were recoded to U.S. Census Bureau age categories for the online analysis and non-restricted versions of the data. The restricted access version of the d... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

29.

RACIAL, ETHNIC GROUP OF THIRD OFFENDER

Race/ethnicity of third offender Created variable. NOTE: CPD has employed different race codes over the years. This composite variable was created to make the coding consistent throughout the dataset. See Appendix B of the full codebook fo... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

30.

PRIOR RECORD OF THIRD OFFENDER

Prior arrest record of third offender Created variable. The Chicago Police Department did not begin to include this information in the MAR until 1966. ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

31.

GENDER OF FOURTH OFFENDER

Gender of fourth offender Code as indicated in the MAR.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

32.

AGE OF FOURTH OFFENDER

Age of fourth offender Code exact age as indicated in the MAR. ICPSR Note: Actual ages were recoded to U.S. Census Bureau age categories for the online analysis and non-restricted versions of the data. The restricted access version of the ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

33.

RACIAL, ETHNIC GROUP OF FOURTH OFFENDER

Race/ethnicity of fourth offender Created variable. NOTE: CPD has employed different race codes over the years. This composite variable was created to make the coding consistent throughout the dataset. See Appendix B of the full codebook f... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

34.

PRIOR RECORD OF FOURTH OFFENDER

Prior arrest record of fourth offender Created variable. The Chicago Police Department did not begin to include this information in the MAR until 1966. ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

35.

GENDER OF FIFTH OFFENDER

Gender of fifth offender Code as indicated in the MAR.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

36.

AGE OF FIFTH OFFENDER

Age of fifth offender Code exact age as indicated in the MAR. ICPSR Note: Actual ages were recoded to U.S. Census Bureau age categories for the online analysis and non-restricted versions of the data. The restricted access version of the d... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

37.

RACIAL, ETHNIC GROUP OF FIFTH OFFENDER

Race/ethnicity of fifth offender Created variable. NOTE: CPD has employed different race codes over the years. This composite variable was created to make the coding consistent throughout the dataset. See Appendix B of the full codebook fo... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

38.

PRIOR RECORD OF FIFTH OFFENDER

Prior arrest record of fifth offender Created variable. The Chicago Police Department did not begin to include this information in the MAR until 1966. ... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

39.

GENDER AND RACE/ETHNICITY OF VICTIM

Gender and race/ethnicity of victim Created from variables VICSEX and VICRACE.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

40.

GENDER AND RACE/ETHNICITY-1ST OFFENDER

Gender, race/ethnicity-1st offender Created from variables OFN1SEX and OFN1R.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

41.

GENDER AND RACE/ETHNICITY-2ND OFFENDER

Gender, race/ethnicity-2nd offender Created from variables OFN2SEX and OFN2R.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

42.

GENDER AND RACE/ETHNICITY-3RD OFFENDER

Gender, race/ethnicity-3rd offender Created from variables OFN3SEX and OFN3R.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

43.

GENDER AND RACE/ETHNICITY-4TH OFFENDER

Gender, race/ethnicity-4th offender Created from variables OFN4SEX and OFN4R.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

44.

GENDER AND RACE/ETHNICITY-5TH OFFENDER

Gender, race/ethnicity-5th offender Created from variables OFN5SEX and OFN5R.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

45.

POLICE AREA IN WHICH INCIDENT TOOK PLACE

Police area in which incident took place Enter police area as indicated in the MAR.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

46.

POLICE DISTRICT

Police district in which incident took place Enter police district as indicated in the MAR. NOTE: Consult police district maps that are contemporary to the "bookyear" for interpretation. District boundaries have changed over time. See maps... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

47.

PLACE WHERE INJURY OCCURRED/BODY FOUND

Location of incident/victim's body found Code the place or location of the incident, or where the victim's body was found. If the location of the body differs from the location of the incident, code the location of the incident. Codes 1103... (view details)

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

48.

SUMMARY-LOCATION OF INCIDENT/BODY

Summary-location of incident/victim's body General type of location of homicide. Created from variable LOCATION.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

49.

PRIVATE DWELLING, BY TYPE

Private dwelling, by type What type of home did the homicide occur in? Created from variable LOCATION.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

50.

HOTEL, BY TYPE

Hotel What type of hotel did the homicide occur in? Created from variable LOCATION.

Taken from: Homicides in Chicago, 1965-1995 - Victim-Level Data.

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