C1CM6M: # Times Committed PI Past 6 Mos

5. a. How many times during your life have you ever been involved in activities that were against the law? For example, the number of times you committed any of the following activities regardless of arrests. The activities we are talking about are listed on the card. [RECORD RESPONSE IN "CRIME CHART"; IF "00" SKIP TO NEXT ACTIVITY] -IF "1" OR MORE, ASK: [HAND "CRIME CARD" TO RESPONDENT; RECORD RESPONSES IN "CRIME CHART"] b. Look at this card and tell me how many times in the last 6 months prior to the arrest date on the timeline you were involved in 1. Public intoxication from alcohol or drugs?

ValueLabelUnweighted
Frequency
%
0 - 12622.1%
1 - 142.5%
2 - 71.2%
3 - 71.2%
4 - 40.7%
5 - 20.4%
6 - 10.2%
9 - 10.2%
10 - 91.6%
14 - 20.4%
15 - 30.5%
20 - 71.2%
24 - 30.5%
25 - 91.6%
26 - 10.2%
30 - 81.4%
34 - 10.2%
40 - 30.5%
50 - 20.4%
60 - 142.5%
70 - 10.2%
72 - 10.2%
75 - 10.2%
76 - 10.2%
78 - 10.2%
80 - 50.9%
83 - 10.2%
90 - 183.2%
96 - 10.2%
97 - 10.2%
100 - 122.1%
115 - 10.2%
120 - 81.4%
135 - 10.2%
140 - 20.4%
150 - 81.4%
155 - 10.2%
160 - 20.4%
162 - 10.2%
165 - 10.2%
170 - 10.2%
172 - 10.2%
175 - 20.4%
178 - 10.2%
180 - 21237.3%
186 - 10.2%
200 - 20.4%
250 - 10.2%
300 - 61.1%
400 - 20.4%
Missing Data
. - 91.6%
Total 569 100%

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Based upon 560 valid cases out of 569 total cases.

Summary Statistics

  • mean: 152.37
  • median: 150.00
  • mode: 180.00
  • minimum: 0
  • maximum: 999
  • standard deviation: 217.75

Location: 211-213 (width: 3; decimal: 0)

Variable Type: numeric

Notes

Source: This variable was taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Step 'N Out, 2002-2006 [United States].

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