National Addiction & HIV Data Archive Program

Variable Search Results

Your query returned 3065 variables. Use the search box below to revise your search .

 
 
 
 
|<    <    1   2   [3]   4   5   6     >    >
Name
Label/Question

RELATION AT CRIME: SPOUSE

Q.35c(1) At the time of the crime, what was the relationship to you of the well known persons and/or the casual acquaintances? For example, friends, relatives, etc.: [Spouse]? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Inmates of State Correctional Facilities, 1991: [United States] - Main Data File.

RELATION AT CRIME: EX-SPOUSE

Q.35c(2) At the time of the crime, what was the relationship to you of the well known persons and/or the casual acquaintances? For example, friends, relatives, etc.: [Ex-spouse]? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Inmates of State Correctional Facilities, 1991: [United States] - Main Data File.

RELATION AT CRIME: OTHER RELATIVE

Q.35c(6) At the time of the crime, what was the relationship to you of the well known persons and/or the casual acquaintances? For example, friends, relatives, etc.: [Other relative]? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Inmates of State Correctional Facilities, 1991: [United States] - Main Data File.

RELATION AT CRIME: BOYFRIEND/EX

Q.35c(7) At the time of the crime, what was the relationship to you of the well known persons and/or the casual acquaintances? For example, friends, relatives, etc.: [Boyfriend/ex-boyfriend]? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Inmates of State Correctional Facilities, 1991: [United States] - Main Data File.

RELATION AT CRIME: GIRLFRIEND/EX

Q.35c(8) At the time of the crime, what was the relationship to you of the well known persons and/or the casual acquaintances? For example, friends, relatives, etc.: [Girlfriend/ex-girlfriend]? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Inmates of State Correctional Facilities, 1991: [United States] - Main Data File.

RELATION AT CRIME: FRIEND/EX

Q.35c(9) At the time of the crime, what was the relationship to you of the well known persons and/or the casual acquaintances? For example, friends, relatives, etc.: [Friend/ex-friend]? ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Inmates of State Correctional Facilities, 1991: [United States] - Main Data File.

FUTURE EXPECTATIONS: BE THE VICTIM OF CRIME

53. The next few questions will ask you about what you think will happen to you in the future. After each statement please say "no" or "yes". I think that I will be the victim of crime. ... (view details)

Taken from: Northwestern Juvenile Project (Cook County, IL): Baseline, 1995-1998 [Restricted] - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (Items).

STOP COMMITTING CRIMES

What {Note 1: were/have} your treatment goals {Note 2: been}? CODE ALL GOALS MENTIONED: Stop committing crimes Note 1: 'were' if T132=2 'have' if T132=1 blank if otherwise Note 2: 'been' if T132=1 blank i... (view details)

Taken from: National Treatment Improvement Evaluation Study (NTIES), 1992-1997 - NTIES Treatment Experience Questionnaire (NTEQ).

IMMIGRANTS INCREASE CRIME RATES

1445. There are different opinions about immigrants from other countries living in America. (By "immigrants" we mean people who come to settle in America.) How much do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? a. Immigrants inc... (view details)

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

FIRE __ DURING THE CRIME?

S5Q44i Did you fire the (FILL) during the crime? FILL - If more than one response @1-@4, @6 in S5Q44b at responses 1 through 5, use FILL = "a gun" FILL - Else insert response from S5Q44b (1) Yes (2) No ... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, 1997 - Numeric Data.

HALTING RISING CRIME RATE

68. We are faced with many problems in this country, none of which can be solved easily or inexpensively. Im going to name some of these problems, and for each one Id like you to tell me whether you think were spending too much money on it, too l... (view details)

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

REDUCING CRIME -- VERISON Z

70. We are faced with many problems in this country, none of which can be solved easily or inexpensively. Im going to name some of these problems, and for each one Id like you to tell me whether you think were spending too much money on it, too l... (view details)

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

ADULT CRIME, COMBINED

Taken from: Gender, Mental Illness, and Crime in the United States, 2004.

YOUTH CRIME, COMBINED

Taken from: Gender, Mental Illness, and Crime in the United States, 2004.

ANY ADULT OR YOUTH CRIME

Taken from: Gender, Mental Illness, and Crime in the United States, 2004.

CONVICTED FOR MINOR TRAFFIC CRIMES?

S6Q48a The following questions are about any times before your admission on (Insert date) that you were sentenced and served time in prison, jail, or another correctional facility. Were you ever convicted and sentenced for ___ Minor traffi... (view details)

Taken from: Survey of Inmates in State and Federal Correctional Facilities, 1997 - Numeric Data.

THERE IS A LOT OF CRIME IN NEIGHBORHOOD

The values in the section may be inconsistent with values from the core section(s). Items in this section were edited when respondents legitimately skipped out of these items based on prior answers in the core section(s). Otherwise. non-core items g... (view details)

Taken from: National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 1999.

THERE IS A LOT OF CRIME IN NEIGHBORHOOD

The values in the section may be inconsistent with values from the core section(s). Items in this section were edited when respondents legitimately skipped out of these items based on prior answers in the core section(s). Otherwise. non-core items g... (view details)

Taken from: National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 1999.

THERE IS A LOT OF CRIME IN NEIGHBORHOOD

The values in the section may be inconsistent with values from the core section(s). Items in this section were edited when respondents legitimately skipped out of these items based on prior answers in the core section(s). Otherwise, non-core items g... (view details)

Taken from: National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000.

THERE IS A LOT OF CRIME IN NEIGHBORHOOD

The values in the section may be inconsistent with values from the core section(s). Items in this section were edited when respondents legitimately skipped out of these items based on prior answers in the core section(s). Otherwise, non-core items g... (view details)

Taken from: National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 2000.

OBLIGATION--REPORTING A CRIME

308. And one last question. We all know that American citizens have certain rights. For example, they have the right to free public education and to police protection, the right to attend religious services of their choice, and the right to elect... (view details)

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

A LOT OF CRIME IN YOUTH NEIGHBORHOOD

Taken from: National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, 1998.

II: VICTIM OF PROPERTY CRIME

Please indicate whether you experienced each of the following in the past year.

Taken from: Longitudinal Study of Violence Against Women: Victimization and Perpetration Among College Students in a State-Supported University in the United States, 1990-1995 - Female Data.

II: VICTIM OF VIOLENT CRIME

Please indicate whether you experienced each of the following in the past year.

Taken from: Longitudinal Study of Violence Against Women: Victimization and Perpetration Among College Students in a State-Supported University in the United States, 1990-1995 - Female Data.

III: VICTIM OF PROPERTY CRIME

Please indicate whether you experienced the following in the past year.

Taken from: Longitudinal Study of Violence Against Women: Victimization and Perpetration Among College Students in a State-Supported University in the United States, 1990-1995 - Male Data.

|<    <    1   2   [3]   4   5   6     >    >