National Addiction & HIV Data Archive Program

Q50D: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CRIME: OTHER DESCRIBE

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
- 1,40596.8%
1 - 10.1%
All have occurred - 10.1%
Children of residents - 10.1%
Don't know - 10.1%
Drug dealers & men 12-22 years old - 10.1%
Genrally the neighborhood, not tenants - 10.1%
Had no problems - 10.1%
Has never happened - 10.1%
Has not been a problem - 10.1%
Have not had any - 10.1%
Haven't had any - 10.1%
Haven't had any crime - 10.1%
In nearby streets have a lot of drug and crime activities - 10.1%
Just in & around the hood - 10.1%
N/A - 20.1%
NA - 10.1%
Neighbors - 20.1%
Never had a crime - 20.1%
Never had a problem - 10.1%
No crime - 30.2%
No crimes have occurred - 10.1%
No criminal activity at this building since we bought it - 10.1%
No response - 10.1%
None - 10.1%
None has occurred - 10.1%
None so far - 10.1%
Not at this property; crime doesn't happen - 10.1%
Not happened - 10.1%
Not much problem with breakins, some vandalism - unknown source - 10.1%
On the streets - 10.1%
Rare - 10.1%
Self - 10.1%
So far no crime - 10.1%
So far, no crime at this apt complex - 10.1%
Theft from automobiles parked in lot - 10.1%
There hasn't been any - 10.1%
There is a large criminal zone called OTR - and this building is in the middle - 10.1%
Unknown - do not know of any crime at this address - 10.1%
Very little crime - 10.1%
n/a - 20.1%
Total 1,451 100%

Based upon 1,451 valid cases out of 1,451 total cases.

Location: 2042-2119 (width: 78; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: character

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Situational Crime Prevention at Specific Locations in Community Context: Place and Neighborhood Effects in Cincinnati, Ohio, 2005-2008 .

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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.