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The weighting procedure allows for the creation of two new series. The first seriescounts all victimizations for a given respondent and is denoted as seriesvictimizations. The second series contains the number of times that the same respondent was victimized for each type of crime. This series is denoted as seriesvictimizations_by_type. Comparing these new series with the original victimization countseries, one can see that both series contain information on victimization frequency. In fact, each victimization event in the series victimizations counts only once, while each victimization event in seriesvictimizations_by_type counts at least once.
The rate measure is an important concept in crime policy analysis and planning. Crime prevention policy options typically are developed, adopted, or evaluated based on a measure of crime danger. In the United States, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) compiles nationwide data on crime rates on an annual basis. Crime rates are calculated for two broad categories of offenses: violent crime and property crime. The rate is the number of violent and property offenses per 1,000 persons age 16 or older for each year. This article presents the FBI's crime rate data from 1999-2004 in recent releases of the Uniform Crime Report (UCR). This report presents the violent and property crime rates for the nation, states, counties, and cities.
The post-release supervision (PRS) caseload is the percentage of defendants with a completed sentence, who are receiving supervision after release. This count includes both parole and PRS. The post-release caseload is expressed as a percent of the number of defendants with a completed sentence in the county. The PRS caseload is a count of the number of cases in which defendants are in parole or PRS as a percent of the number of defendants with a completed sentence in the county. PRS caseloads are also shown for four-year periods from FY2009, for the national, state, regional, and New York City (NYC) proportions of defendants in the system. This data measure is expressed as a percent of the number of persons in the county jail.
According to the most recent United Nations' estimates, the total number of people living with HIV in the world is almost 36.5 million, of which more than 70% live in sub-Saharan Africa (UNAIDS, 2014). 827ec27edc