A Model for determining the incidence of unemployment among offenders
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, 1981 - Social Science - 78 pages
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11 by Line 1982 Multiply Line age group arraignment arrest data arrest statistics balance-of-State Bureau calculate Census column Contact convicted crime index criminal justice agency criminal justice process criminal justice system criminal offense Current Offenders D&A Offenders defendants DETERMINING THE NUMBER doublecounting Employment and Training employment status estimate the number Estimates and Projections fenders file cabinet file drawer formally charged incidence of unemployment jail Line 11 Male Female motor vehicle theft Multiply Line 11 Multiply Line 17 number of arrests number of offenders number of persons number of unemployed Offenders 1980 Offenders Multiply Line parole past offenders percent percentage police departments prime spon prime sponsor jurisdiction prison Projected Unemployed random numbers records sampling error sentences systematic sample tabulated tion Total all ages Total Area Total total arrests total number total offender population U.S. Department Unemployed Multiply Line unemployed offenders unemployment rate uniform crime report