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1.

Other crime

Specify other crime.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Restructuring Risky Relationships-HIV (RRR-HIV), 2005-2008 [United States] - Restructuring Risky Relationships Intake.


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2.

Other Crime Specified

Specify other crime

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): HIV/HEPATITIS Prevention for Re-Entering Drug Offenders - HIV/HEPC Intake.


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3.

Total property crime charges

Number of property crime charges

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


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4.

Total violent crime charges

Number of violent crime charges

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


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5.

Total drug crime charges

Number of drug crime charges

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


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6.

Total sex crime charges

Number of sex crime charges

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


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7.

Total other crime charges

Number of other crime charges

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


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8.

Other Crime

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Step 'N Out, 2002-2006 [United States] - Nine Month Timeline Follow Back Data.


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9.

ML - Blame crime victims

You find yourself blaming the victims of some of your crimes.

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


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10.

ML - Blame crime victims

You find yourself blaming the victims of some of your crimes.

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


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11.

Arrested for Other Crime

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Step 'N Out, 2002-2006 [United States] - Nine Month Timeline Follow Back Data.


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12.

OTHER CRIME SPECIFY

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Transitional Care Management (TCM), Increasing Aftercare Participation for Parolees, 2004-2008 [United States] - TCM 3-Month Follow-Up.


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13.

OTHER CRIME SPECIFY

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Transitional Care Management (TCM), Increasing Aftercare Participation for Parolees, 2004-2008 [United States] - TCM 9-Month Follow-Up.


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14.

BSOC: Reduce crime: Deterrence

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) 2: HIV Services and Treatment Implementation in Corrections 2010-2013 [United States] - HIV Merged Surveys.


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15.

BSOC: Reduce crime: Deterrence

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) 2: HIV Services and Treatment Implementation in Corrections 2010-2013 [United States] - HIV Merged Surveys.


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16.

Methodone reduces crime

Methadone maintenance reduces addicts' criminal activities.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Opinions About Medication Assisted Treatment.


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17.

Buprenorphine reduces crime

Buprenorphine maintenance reduces addicts' criminal activities.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Opinions About Medication Assisted Treatment.


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18.

Methodone reduces crime

Methadone maintenance reduces addicts' criminal activities.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Opinions About Medication Assisted Treatment.


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19.

Buprenorphine reduces crime

Buprenorphine maintenance reduces addicts' criminal activities.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Opinions About Medication Assisted Treatment.


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20.

Methodone reduces crime

Methadone maintenance reduces addicts' criminal activities.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Opinions About Medication Assisted Treatment.


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21.

Buprenorphine reduces crime

Buprenorphine maintenance reduces addicts' criminal activities.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies 2: Medication-Assisted Therapy, 2010-2013 [United States] - Opinions About Medication Assisted Treatment.


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22.

Q32(c,e,h,d) criminal subscale - traditional sanctions (SEE Documentation for part 4)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): National Criminal Justice Treatment Program (NCJTP) Survey in the United States, 2002-2008 - S4A: Survey of Correctional, Probation, and Parole Staff Data.


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Q40(c,e,h,d) criminal subscale - traditional sanctions (SEE Documentation for part 5)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): National Criminal Justice Treatment Program (NCJTP) Survey in the United States, 2002-2008 - S4B: Survey of Treatment Staff Data.


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PART 2-IT IS UNFAIR THAT YOU ARE IMPRISONED FOR YOUR CRIMES WHEN BANK PRESIDENTS, LAWYERS, AND POLITICIANS GET AWAY WITH THEIR CRIMES

42. It is unfair that you are imprisoned for your crimes when bank presidents, lawyers, and politicians get away with their crimes

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Transitional Care Management (TCM), Increasing Aftercare Participation for Parolees, 2004-2008 [United States] - Client Evaluation of Self at Intake.


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25.

ML - Unfair imprisonment while others get away with crimes

It is unfair that you are imprisoned for your crimes when bank presidents, lawyers, and politicians get away with their crimes.

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


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ML - Unfair imprisonment while others get away with crimes

It is unfair that you are imprisoned for your crimes when bank presidents, lawyers, and politicians get away with their crimes.

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


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27.

Best way to reduce crime: Provide more treatment, jobs, and educational programs (CD/CO only)

The best way to reduce crime is to: provide more treatment, jobs, and education programs to address problems that often contribute to crime. ... (view details)

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.


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Arrested for Other Crime (recall period)

5b. Were you arrested for [crime]? 25. Other (Specify)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Step 'N Out, 2002-2006 [United States] - Three Month Follow-up Data.


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Arrested for Other Crime (recall period)

5b. Were you arrested for [crime]? 25. Other (Specify)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Step 'N Out, 2002-2006 [United States] - Nine Month Follow-up Data.


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30.

# Times Committed Other Crime Lifetime

How many times during your life have you ever been involved in other crime specified

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): HIV/HEPATITIS Prevention for Re-Entering Drug Offenders - HIV/HEPC Intake.


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31.

Times committed other crime LT

Tell me how many times in your lifetime you were involved in other specified crime.

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Restructuring Risky Relationships-HIV (RRR-HIV), 2005-2008 [United States] - Restructuring Risky Relationships Intake.


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32.

Number people injured other crime

How many people were injured as a result of your involvement in other specified crime during the 6 months prior to the arrest date on the timeline? ... (view details)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Restructuring Risky Relationships-HIV (RRR-HIV), 2005-2008 [United States] - Restructuring Risky Relationships Intake.


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33.

Number people died other crime

How many people died as a result of your involvement in other specified crime during the 6 months prior to the arrest date on the timeline? ... (view details)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Restructuring Risky Relationships-HIV (RRR-HIV), 2005-2008 [United States] - Restructuring Risky Relationships Intake.


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Label/Question
34.

Best way to reduce crime: deterrence

How strongly do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? The best way to reduce crime is to: deter future offenders by severely punishing offenders who are caught and convicted. ... (view details)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) 2: Organizational Process Improvement Intervention (OPII), 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics Correctional Director (BSOC CD).


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Label/Question
35.

Best way to reduce crime: deterrence

How strongly do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? The best way to reduce crime is to: deter future offenders by severely punishing offenders who are caught and convicted. ... (view details)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) 2: Organizational Process Improvement Intervention (OPII), 2010-2013 [United States] - Baseline Survey of Organizational Characteristics Correctional Officer (BSOC CO).


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36.

# Times Committed Other Crime Lifetime

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 ... (view details)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Step 'N Out, 2002-2006 [United States] - Intake Data.


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37.

# times arrested for drug related crime

About how many of these arrests were for things you did while using drugs or trying to get drugs?

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): A Comparison of Two Reentry Strategies for Drug Abusing Juvenile Offenders, 2003-2009 [United States] - Intake.


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38.

ARRESTED FOR OTHER CRIME (RECALL PERIOD)

Were you arrested for Other (Specify).

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Transitional Care Management (TCM), Increasing Aftercare Participation for Parolees, 2004-2008 [United States] - TCM 3-Month Follow-Up.


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Label/Question
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ARRESTED FOR OTHER CRIME (RECALL PERIOD)

Were you arrested for Other (Specify)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): Transitional Care Management (TCM), Increasing Aftercare Participation for Parolees, 2004-2008 [United States] - TCM 9-Month Follow-Up.


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Label/Question
40.

BSOC: Reduce crime: Effective treatment

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) 2: HIV Services and Treatment Implementation in Corrections 2010-2013 [United States] - HIV Merged Surveys.


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BSOC: Reduce crime: Eye for eye

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) 2: HIV Services and Treatment Implementation in Corrections 2010-2013 [United States] - HIV Merged Surveys.


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BSOC: Reduce crime: Address problems

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) 2: HIV Services and Treatment Implementation in Corrections 2010-2013 [United States] - HIV Merged Surveys.


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BSOC: Reduce crime: Jail offenders

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) 2: HIV Services and Treatment Implementation in Corrections 2010-2013 [United States] - HIV Merged Surveys.


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BSOC: Reduce crime: Address problems

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) 2: HIV Services and Treatment Implementation in Corrections 2010-2013 [United States] - HIV Merged Surveys.


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BSOC: Reduce crime: Punish addicts

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS) 2: HIV Services and Treatment Implementation in Corrections 2010-2013 [United States] - HIV Merged Surveys.


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Provide more treatment, jobs, and educational programs to address problems that often contribute to crime

32. To what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about crime reduction? The best way to reduce crime is i. Provide more treatment, jobs, and educational programs to address problems that often contribute to crime. ... (view details)

Taken from: Criminal Justice Drug Abuse Treatment Studies (CJ-DATS): National Criminal Justice Treatment Program (NCJTP) Survey in the United States, 2002-2008 - S4A: Survey of Correctional, Probation, and Parole Staff Data.


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EN - Okay to commit crime to pay for needed things

It is okay to commit crime in order to pay for the things you need.

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


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EN - Life you deserve permits crime

It is okay to commit crime in order to live the life you deserve.

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


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49.

ML - Committed crime due to lack of good job

You would not have committed crimes if you had had a good job.

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


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50.

EN - Okay to commit crime to pay for needed things

It is okay to commit crime in order to pay for the things you need.

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

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