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1201.

S5Q11A: ANYONE ELSE PRESENT WHEN CRIME OCCURRED

S5Q11A: Other than the victim(s), was there anyone else with you when the crime occurred?

Taken from: Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, 2004 - Federal Numeric Data.

1202.

S5Q11A: ANYONE ELSE PRESENT WHEN CRIME OCCURRED

S5Q11A: Other than the victim(s), was there anyone else with you when the crime occurred?

Taken from: Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, 2004 - State Numeric Data.

1203.

Number weeks ago first engaged in OTHER CRIME ACTIVITY

How many weeks after you left (NAME OF PROGRAM) did you first engage in (crime)? Other

Taken from: Drug Abuse Treatment Outcome Study (DATOS), 1991-1994: [United States] - 5-Year Follow-Up Data.

1204.

995A03C:WR/NT CRIME&VLNC

Of all the problems facing the nation today, how often do you worry about each of the following? Crime and violence

Taken from: Monitoring the Future: A Continuing Study of American Youth (12th-Grade Survey), 1999 - Form 5 Data.

1205.

005A03C:WR/NT CRIME&VLNC

Of all the problems facing the nation today, how often do you worry about each of the following? Crime and violence

Taken from: Monitoring the Future: A Continuing Study of American Youth (12th-Grade Survey), 2000 - Form 5 Data.

1206.

015A03C:WR/NT CRIME&VLNC

Of all the problems facing the nation today, how often do you worry about each of the following? Crime and violence

Taken from: Monitoring the Future: A Continuing Study of American Youth (12th-Grade Survey), 2001 - Form 5 Data.

1207.

ML - Justify crime by telling self that someone else would have done it

You justify the crimes you have committed by telling yourself that if you had not done it, someone else would have.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Performance Indicators for Corrections (PIC), 2002-2006 [United States] - Wave 1.

1208.

ML - Justify crime by telling self that someone else would have done it

You justify the crimes you have committed by telling yourself that if you had not done it, someone else would have.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Performance Indicators for Corrections (PIC), 2002-2006 [United States] - Wave 2.

1209.

Age first committed crime (even if it did not result in an arrest)

3. How old were you the first time you committed a crime (even if it did not result in an arrest)?

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Inmate Pre-Release Assessment (IPASS), 2001 [United States] - IPASS Inmate Intake Data.

1210.

HOW MUCH INFO DOES R HAVE ON CRIME ISSUE

92b. How much information do you have about the crime issue?

Taken from: General Social Survey, 1972-2012 [Cumulative File].

1211.

Best way to reduce crime: Punish drug users (CD/CO only)

The best way to reduce crime is to: show people who use drugs they will be punished severely if they don't stop.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics - Merged TS, TD, CS, CD.

1212.

Best way to reduce crime: Keep offenders in jail (CD/CO only)

The best way to reduce crime is to: keep offenders in prison/jail and off of the streets.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics - Merged TS, TD, CS, CD.

1213.

Best way to reduce crime: Eye for eye (CD/CO only)

The best way to reduce crime is to: use the "eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth" principle.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics - Merged TS, TD, CS, CD.

1214.

Best way to reduce crime: Deterrence (CD/CO only)

The best way to reduce crime is to: deter future offenders by severely punishing offenders who are caught and convicted.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics - Merged TS, TD, CS, CD.

1215.

Best way to reduce crime: Address problems (CD/CO only)

The best way to reduce crime is to: provide offenders with treatment to address addiction, mental health problems, or other problems.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics - Merged TS, TD, CS, CD.

1216.

Best way to reduce crime: Match treatment to needs (CD/CO only)

The best way to reduce crime is to: make sure that the treatment provided is matched to the offender's needs.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics - Merged TS, TD, CS, CD.

1217.

Best way to reduce crime: Jail offenders (CD/CO only)

The best way to reduce crime is to: keep offenders in prison/jail where they can't bother law abiding citizens.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics - Merged TS, TD, CS, CD.

1218.

Best way to reduce crime: Jail drug users (CD/CO only)

The best way to reduce crime is to: keep drug users in prison/jail and off of the streets.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics - Merged TS, TD, CS, CD.

1219.

Best way to reduce crime: Punish addicts (CD/CO only)

The best way to reduce crime is to: punish addicts in prison/jail to stop them from using drugs.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics - Merged TS, TD, CS, CD.

1220.

FEAR OF CRIME - CAUSED YOU TO LIMIT - PLACES / TIMES YOU WILL GO SHOPPING

Has fear of crime caused you to . . . limit the places or the times that you will go shopping?

Taken from: Schools and Families Educating (SAFE) Children Study [Chicago, IL]: 1997-2008 - Child - Wave 10.

1221.

FEAR OF CRIME - CAUSED YOU TO LIMIT - PLACES / TIMES YOU WILL GO SHOPPING

Has fear of crime caused you to . . . limit the places or the times that you will go shopping?

Taken from: Schools and Families Educating (SAFE) Children Study [Chicago, IL]: 1997-2008 - Child - Wave 11.

1222.

Stress - Victim violent crime...been victim last year

Have you ever been the victim of any violent crime, involving force or threat of force during the last year?

Taken from: Schools and Families Educating (SAFE) Children Study [Chicago, IL]: 1997-2008 - Primary Caregiver - Wave 1.

1223.

Stress - Victim violent crime - been victim last year

Have you ever been the victim of any violent crime, involving force or threat of force during the last year?

Taken from: Schools and Families Educating (SAFE) Children Study [Chicago, IL]: 1997-2008 - Primary Caregiver - Wave 4.

1224.

Stress - Victim violent crime - been victim last year

Have you ever been the victim of any violent crime, involving force or threat of force since we last talked?

Taken from: Schools and Families Educating (SAFE) Children Study [Chicago, IL]: 1997-2008 - Primary Caregiver - Wave 5.

1225.

Stress - Victim violent crime - been victim last year

Have you ever been the victim of any violent crime, involving force or threat of force since we last talked?

Taken from: Schools and Families Educating (SAFE) Children Study [Chicago, IL]: 1997-2008 - Primary Caregiver - Wave 6.

1226.

Stress - Victim violent crime - been victim last year

Have you ever been the victim of any violent crime, involving force or threat of force since we last talked?

Taken from: Schools and Families Educating (SAFE) Children Study [Chicago, IL]: 1997-2008 - Primary Caregiver - Wave 8.

1227.

Stress - Victim violent crime - been victim last year

Have you ever been the victim of any violent crime, involving force or threat of force since we last talked?

Taken from: Schools and Families Educating (SAFE) Children Study [Chicago, IL]: 1997-2008 - Primary Caregiver - Wave 9.

1228.

Stress - How many times since last interview- victim of violent crime

Thinking back since then? Have you been the victim of any violent crime, involving force or threat of force?

Taken from: Schools and Families Educating (SAFE) Children Study [Chicago, IL]: 1997-2008 - Primary Caregiver - Wave 10.

1229.

Stress - How many times since last interview- victim of violent crime

Thinking back since then? Have you been the victim of any violent crime, involving force or threat of force?

Taken from: Schools and Families Educating (SAFE) Children Study [Chicago, IL]: 1997-2008 - Primary Caregiver - Wave 11.

1230.

S5Q11C: ANY CHARGED WITH THE CRIME

S5Q11C: Were any of them also charged with the crime?

Taken from: Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, 2004 - Federal Numeric Data.

1231.

S5Q17I: FIRED [TYPE OF GUN] DURING CRIME

S5Q17I: Did you fire [TYPE OF GUN] during the crime?

Taken from: Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, 2004 - Federal Numeric Data.

1232.

S5Q11C: ANY CHARGED WITH THE CRIME

S5Q11C: Were any of them also charged with the crime?

Taken from: Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, 2004 - State Numeric Data.

1233.

S5Q17I: FIRED [TYPE OF GUN] DURING CRIME

S5Q17I: Did you fire [TYPE OF GUN] during the crime?

Taken from: Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, 2004 - State Numeric Data.

1234.

What was father in jail for?-Crime related to stolen property

What (was/is) (FATHER) in jail for: CRIME RELATED TO STOLEN PROPERTY (Fencing, receiving, possessing, or selling stolen property).

Taken from: Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study [Public Use Data] - Mother's Core One-Year Follow-Up Survey -- Public Use.

1235.

What charges do you have pending ?-Crime related to stolen property

What charges do you have pending: CRIME RELATED TO STOLEN PROPERTY (Fencing, receiving, possessing, or selling stolen property).

Taken from: Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study [Public Use Data] - Father's Core One-Year Follow-Up Survey -- Public Use.

1236.

What was father in jail for?-Crime related to stolen property

What (was/is) (FATHER) in jail for: CRIME RELATED TO STOLEN PROPERTY (Fencing, receiving, possessing, or selling stolen property).

Taken from: Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study [Public Use Data] - Mother/Father Core Baseline and One, Three, and Five-Year Follow-Up Surveys Merged.

1237.

What charges do you have pending ?-Crime related to stolen property

What charges do you have pending: CRIME RELATED TO STOLEN PROPERTY (Fencing, receiving, possessing, or selling stolen property).

Taken from: Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study [Public Use Data] - Mother/Father Core Baseline and One, Three, and Five-Year Follow-Up Surveys Merged.

1238.

S1 FamCrim: A recall period marker for any family members involved in crime and living at subj home address

Marker for any family member involved in crime that lives at the subject's home address. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 6 Month Follow-Up.

1239.

S1 FamCrim: A recall period count of the number of family members involved in crime and living at subj home address

Count of family members living at the subject's home address involved in crime. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 6 Month Follow-Up.

1240.

S1 FamCrim: Proportion family members involved in crime that live at subj home address

Proportion of family members living at the subject's home address involved in crime. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 6 Month Follow-Up.

1241.

S2 FamCrim: A recall period marker for any family members involved in crime and living at subj home address

Marker for any family member involved in crime that lives at the subject's home address. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 12 Month Follow-Up.

1242.

S2 FamCrim: A recall period count of the number of family members involved in crime and living at subj home address

Count of family members living at the subject's home address involved in crime. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 12 Month Follow-Up.

1243.

S2 FamCrim: Proportion family members involved in crime that live at subj home address

Proportion of family members living at the subject's home address involved in crime. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 12 Month Follow-Up.

1244.

S3 FamCrim: A recall period marker for any family members involved in crime and living at subj home address

Marker for any family member involved in crime that lives at the subject's home address. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 18 Month Follow-Up.

1245.

S3 FamCrim: A recall period count of the number of family members involved in crime and living at subj home address

Count of family members living at the subject's home address involved in crime. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 18 Month Follow-Up.

1246.

S3 FamCrim: Proportion family members involved in crime that live at subj home address

Proportion of family members living at the subject's home address involved in crime. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 18 Month Follow-Up.

1247.

S4 FamCrim: A recall period marker for any family members involved in crime and living at subj home address

Marker for any family member involved in crime that lives at the subject's home address. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 24 Month Follow-Up.

1248.

S4 FamCrim: A recall period count of the number of family members involved in crime and living at subj home address

Count of family members living at the subject's home address involved in crime. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 24 Month Follow-Up.

1249.

S4 FamCrim: Proportion family members involved in crime that live at subj home address

Proportion of family members living at the subject's home address involved in crime. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 24 Month Follow-Up.

1250.

S5 FamCrim: A recall period marker for any family members involved in crime and living at subj home address

Marker for any family member involved in crime that lives at the subject's home address. MEASURE: Characteristics of Family

Taken from: Research on Pathways to Desistance [Maricopa County, AZ and Philadelphia County, PA]: Subject Measures, 2000-2010 - 30 Month Follow-Up.

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