Expected average length of stay
Family problem-solving courts (or family courts)
Federal arrest-related death
- any death attributed to any use of force by federal law enforcement personnel
- any death that occurred while the decedent's freedom to leave was restricted by federal law enforcement prior to, during, or following an arrest—
- while detained for questioning or investigation (e.g., Terry stop)
- during the process of apprehension (e.g., pursuit of criminal suspect or standoff with law enforcement)
- while in the custody of, or shortly after restraint by, law enforcement (even if the decedent was not formally under arrest)
- during transport to or from law enforcement, detention, incarceration, or medical facilities
- any death while the decedent was confined in a temporary holding facility designed to hold detainees for no longer than 72 hours (e.g., booking center, holding area, or staging location)
- any death that occurred during an interaction with federal law enforcement personnel during response to medical or mental-health assistance (e.g., response to suicidal persons).
Federal death in custody
Federal Firearm Licensee (FFL)
Federal Supervised Release
Felony or serious misdemeanor
In the National Crime Victimization Survey's Supplemental Fraud Survey, financial fraud is defined as acts that “intentionally and knowingly deceive the victim by misrepresenting, concealing, or omitting facts about promised goods, services, or other benefits and consequences that are nonexistent, unnecessary, never intended to be provided, or deliberately distorted for the purpose of monetary gain.” (See Stanford Center on Longevity. (2015). Framework for a taxonomy of fraud. https://longevity.stanford.edu/framework-for-a-taxonomy-of-fraud/)
Full-time equivalent employment
Hate crime victimization
Head of household
A person who describes himself or herself as Mexican American, Chicano, Mexican, Mexicano, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central American, South American, or from some other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race.
A person or group of people meeting either of the following criteria: (1) people whose usual place of residence is the same housing unit, even if they are temporarily absent, or (2) people staying in a housing unit who have no usual place of residence elsewhere.
The total income of the household head and all members of the household for the 12 months preceding the interview. Includes wages, salaries, net income from businesses or farms, pensions, interest, dividends, rent, and any other form of monetary income. Income was imputed beginning in 2015, so no cases have unknown income in 2015 and later. For more information, see Imputing NCVS Income.
The data visualization tool uses this coding for household income:
- Less than $7,500
- $7,500 to $14,999
- $15,000 to $24,999
- $25,000 to $34,999
- $35,000 to $49,999
- $50,000 to $74,999
- $75,000 or more
- Unknown (only available for 1993-2014)
The total number of people residing in the household. Includes household members under age 12.
The data visualization tool uses this coding for household size:
- Two to three
- Four to five
- Six or more