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School-level Tables (School Survey on Crime and Safety)

Student-level Tables (School Crime Supplement)


School-level Tables (School Survey on Crime and Safety)

1999–2000 All School Levels
Table 1. Number and percentage of public schools reporting violent and other incidents of crime with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 2. Number and percentage of public schools reporting violent and other incidents to police with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 3. Number and percentage of public schools reporting physical assaults with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 4. Number and percentage of public schools reporting threats of physical attack and robbery with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 5. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents involving theft, possession of a firearm, and possession of a knife or sharp object with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 6. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents involving distribution, possession, and use of illegal drugs, sexual harassment, and vandalism with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 7. Number and percentage of public schools reporting disruptions for bomb or anthrax threats with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 8. Number and percentage of public schools reporting violent and other incidents of hate crimes with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics:1999–2000
Table 9. Number and percentage of public schools reporting violent and other incidents of gang-related crimes with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics:1999–2000
Table 10. Percentage of public schools reporting selected disciplinary problems happening daily, at least once a week, at least once a month, or never, by type of disciplinary problems: 1999–2000
Table 11. Percentage of public schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems happening daily, at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 12. Percentage of public schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were available but not feasible, available but not used, available and used, or not available, by selected disciplinary actions:1999–2000
Table 13. Percentage of public schools reporting that removals for at least one year, transfers, or suspensions for less than one year were available as disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics:1999–2000
Table 14. Percentage of public schools reporting that specified actions other than removals, transfers and suspensions were available as disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 15. Number and percentage of public schools reporting the use of serious disciplinary actions and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions taken, by selected offenses: 1999–2000
Table 16. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for use of a firearm/explosive device, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 17. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for possession of a firearm/explosive device, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 18. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for use of a weapon other than a firearm, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 19. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for possession of a weapon other than a firearm, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 20. Number and percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions taken by public schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 21. Percentage of public schools reporting use of selected policies to prevent or reduce violence, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 22. Percentage of public schools reporting use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 23. Number and percentage of public schools with a written plan for crisis, and percent of schools with specified types of crisis plan components, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 24. Percentage of public schools reporting use of selected methods to involve parents, by school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 25. Number and percentage of public schools reporting one or more teachers trained to recognize early warning signs of potentially violent students with the average number of teachers trained per school, and the average number of training hours per teacher trained, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 26. Percentage of public schools reporting use of specified security practices, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 27. Percentage of public schools that monitored access to their campus in specified ways and the mean number of policies per school reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 28. Percentage of public schools that monitored students in selected ways and the mean number of policies per school reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 29. Percentage of public schools that had specified safety policies to regulate school climate, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 30. Percentage of public schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by selected factors: 1999–2000
Table 31. Percentage of public schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by specified school-level characteristics, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 32. Percentage of public schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000

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1999–2000 Primary School Data
Table 1. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting violent and other incidents of crime with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 2. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting violent and other incidents to police with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 3. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting physical assaults with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 4. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting threats of physical attack and robbery with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 5. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting incidents involving theft, possession of a firearm, and possession of a knife or sharp object with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 6. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting incidents involving distribution, possession, and use of illegal drugs, sexual harassment, and vandalism with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 7. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting disruptions for bomb or anthrax threats with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 8. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting violent and other incidents of hate crimes with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 9. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting violent and other incidents of gang-related crimes with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 10. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting selected disciplinary problems happening daily, at least once a week, at least once a month, or never, by type of disciplinary problems: 1999–2000
Table 11. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems happening daily, at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 12. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were available but not feasible, available but not used, available and used, or not available, by selected disciplinary actions:1999–2000
Table 13. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting that removals for at least one year, transfers, or suspensions for less than one year were available as disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics:1999–2000
Table 14. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting that specified actions other than removals, transfers and suspensions were available as disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 15. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting the use of serious disciplinary actions and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions taken, by selected offenses: 1999–2000
Table 16. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for use of a firearm/explosive device in public elementary schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 17. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for possession of a firearm/explosive device in public elementary schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 18. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for use of a weapon other than a firearm in public elementary schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 19. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for possession of a weapon other than a firearm in public elementary schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 20. Number and percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions taken by public elementary schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 21. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting the use of selected policies to prevent or reduce violence, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 22. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 23. Number and percentage of public elementary schools with a written plan for crisis, and percent of schools with specified types of crisis plan components, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 24. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting use of selected methods to involve parents, by school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 25. Number and percentage of public elementary schools reporting one or more teachers trained to recognize early warning signs of potentially violent students with the average number of teachers trained per school, and the average number of training hours per teacher trained, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 26. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting use of specified security practices, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 27. Percentage of public elementary schools that monitored access to their campus in specified ways and the mean number of policies per school reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 28. Percentage of public elementary schools that monitored students in selected ways and the mean number of policies per school reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 29. Percentage of public elementary schools that had specified safety policies to regulate school climate, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 30. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by selected factors: 1999–2000
Table 31. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by specified school-level characteristics, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 32. Percentage of public elementary schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000

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1999–2000 Middle School Data
Table 1. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting violent and other incidents of crime with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 2. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting violent and other incidents to police with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 3. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting physical assaults with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 4. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting threats of physical attack and robbery with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 5. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting incidents involving theft, possession of a firearm, and possession of a knife or sharp object with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 6. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting incidents involving distribution, possession, and use of illegal drugs, sexual harassment, and vandalism with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 7. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting disruptions for bomb or anthrax threats with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 8. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting violent and other incidents of hate crimes with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics:1999–2000
Table 9. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting violent and other incidents of gang-related crimes with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics:1999–2000
Table 10. Percentage of public middle schools reporting selected disciplinary problems happening daily, at least once a week, at least once a month, or never, by type of disciplinary problems: 1999–2000
Table 11. Percentage of public middle schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems happening daily, at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 12. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were available but not feasible, available but not used, available and used, or not available, by selected disciplinary actions:1999–2000
Table 13. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that removals for at least one year, transfers, or suspensions for less than one year were available as disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics:1999–2000
Table 14. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that specified actions other than removals, transfers and suspensions were available as disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 15. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting the use of serious disciplinary actions and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions taken, by selected offenses: 1999–2000
Table 16. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for use of a firearm/explosive device in public middle schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 17. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for possession of a firearm/explosive device in public middle schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 18. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for use of a weapon other than a firearm in public middle schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 19. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for possession of a weapon other than a firearm in public middle schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 20. Number and percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions taken by public middle schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 21. Percentage of public middle schools reporting the use of selected policies to prevent or reduce violence, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 22. Percentage of public middle schools reporting use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 23. Number and percentage of public middle schools with a written plan for crisis, and percent of schools with specified types of crisis plan components, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 24. Percentage of public middle schools reporting use of selected methods to involve parents, by school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 25. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting one or more teachers trained to recognize early warning signs of potentially violent students with the average number of teachers trained per school, and the average number of training hours per teacher trained, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 26. Percentage of public middle schools reporting use of specified security practices, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 27. Percentage of public middle schools that monitored access to their campus in specified ways with the mean number of policies per school reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 28. Percentage of public middle schools that monitored students in selected ways with the mean number of policies per school reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 29. Percentage of public middle schools that had specified safety policies to regulate school climate, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 30. Percentage of public middle schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by selected factors: 1999–2000
Table 31. Percentage of public middle schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by specified school-level characteristics, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 32. Percentage of public middle schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000

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1999–2000 High School Data
Table 1. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting violent and other incidents of crime with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 2. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting violent and other incidents to police with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 3. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting physical assaults with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 4. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting threats of physical attack and robbery with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 5. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting incidents involving theft, possession of a firearm, and possession of a knife or sharp object with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 6. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting incidents involving distribution, possession, and use of illegal drugs, sexual harassment, and vandalism with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 7. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting disruptions for bomb or anthrax threats with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 8. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting violent and other incidents of hate crimes with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics:1999–2000
Table 9. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting violent and other incidents of gang-related crimes with the number of incidents reported, by selected school characteristics:1999–2000
Table 10. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting selected disciplinary problems happening daily, at least once a week, at least once a month, or never, by type of disciplinary problems: 1999–2000
Table 11. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems happening daily, at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 12. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were available but not feasible, available but not used, available and used, or not available, by selected disciplinary actions:1999–2000
Table 13. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting that removals for at least one year, transfers, or suspensions for less than one year were available as disciplinary actions, by selectedschool characteristics:1999–2000
Table 14. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting that specified actions other than removals, transfers and suspensions were available as disciplinary actions, by selected schoolcharacteristics: 1999–2000
Table 15. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting the use of serious disciplinary actions and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions taken, by selected offenses: 1999–2000
Table 16. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for use of a firearm/explosive device in public secondary schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 17. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for possession of a firearm/explosive device in public secondary schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 18. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for use of a weapon other than a firearm in public secondary schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 19. Number and percentage distribution of disciplinary actions taken for possession of a weapon other than a firearm in public secondary schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 20. Number and percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions taken by public secondary schools, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 21. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting the use of selected policies to prevent or reduce violence, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 22. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 23. Number and percentage of public secondary schools with a written plan for crisis, and percent of schools with specified types of crisis plan components, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 24. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting use of selected methods to involve parents, by school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 25. Number and percentage of public secondary schools reporting one or more teachers trained to recognize early warning signs of potentially violent students with the average number of teachers trained per school, and the average number of training hours per teacher trained, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 26. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting use of specified security practices, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 27. Percentage of public secondary schools that monitored access to their campus in specified ways with the mean number of policies per school reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 28. Percentage of public secondary schools that monitored students in selected ways with the mean number of policies per school reported, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 29. Percentage of public secondary schools that had specified safety policies to regulate school climate, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 30. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by selected factors: 1999–2000
Table 31. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by specified school-level characteristics, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000
Table 32. Percentage of public secondary schools reporting their efforts to reduce or prevent crime were limited by specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: 1999–2000

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2003–04 School Levels

2003–04 All Levels
Table 1. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 2. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school to police, the number of incidents reported to police, and the rate of incidents reported to police per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 3. Number and percentage of public schools reporting sexual and physical assaults that occurred at school, the number of sexual and physical assaults, and the rate of sexual and physical assaults per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 4. Number and percentage of public schools reporting student threats of physical attack and incidents of robbery that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 5. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of possession of a firearm or explosive device or possession of a knife or sharp object at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 6. Number and percentage of public schools reporting distribution of illegal drugs, possession or use of alcohol or illegal drugs, and incidents of vandalism at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 7. Number and percentage of public schools reporting disruptions at school from death threats, bomb threats, or chemical, biological, or radiological threats, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of disruptions per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 8. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of hate crime and gang-related crime at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 9. Percentage of public schools reporting selected disciplinary problems, by frequency and type of disciplinary problem: School year 2003–04
Table 10. Percentage of public schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems occurring at school daily or at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 11. Percentage of public schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowed, and used during the school year, by selected disciplinary actions: School year 2003–04
Table 12. Percentage of public schools reporting that removals or transfers for at least the remainder of the school year or suspensions for less than the remainder of the school year were allowable disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 13. Percentage of public schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowable, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 14. Number and percentage of public schools reporting the use of any serious disciplinary action, and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions used by schools, by selected offenses: School year 2003–04
Table 15. Number of students in involved in the use or possession of a firearm or explosive device at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 16. Number of students involved in the use or possession of a weapon other than a firearm at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 17. Number of students involved in the distribution, possession, or use of alcohol or illegal drugs at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 18. Number of students involved in physical attacks or fights at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 19. Percentage of public schools reporting the use of selected practices to involve parents in school discipline, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 20. Percentage distribution of public schools reporting selected percentages of parents or guardians that attended an open house or back-to-school night or regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 21. Percentage distribution of public schools reporting selected percentages of parents or guardians that attended special subject-area events or volunteered at school, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 22. Percentage of public schools reporting the use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 23. Number and percentage of public schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 24. Number and percentage of public schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation that drilled students on that plan, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans that drilled students on that plan, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 25. Percentage of public schools reporting use of specified school practices: School year 2003–04
Table 26. Mean number of practices for monitoring access to campus used per school, and the percentage of public schools that monitored access to campus in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 27. Mean number of practices for monitoring students used per school, and the percentage of public schools that monitored students in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 28. Percentage of public schools that had specified practices to monitor school climate, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 29. Percentage of public schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major way, a minor way, or not at all, by selected factors: School year 2003–04
Table 30. Percentage of public schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 31. Percentage of public schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited due to specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04

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2003–04 Primary School Data
Table 1. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 2. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school to police, the number of incidents reported to police, and the rate of incidents reportedto police per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2003-04
Table 3. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting sexual and physical assaults that occurred at school, the number of sexual and physical assaults, and the rate of sexual and physical assaults per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 4. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting student threats of physical attack and incidents of robbery that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 5. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting incidents of possession of a firearm or explosive device or possession of a knife or sharp object at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 6. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting distribution of illegal drugs, possession or use of alcohol or illegal drugs, and incidents of vandalism at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 7. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting disruptions from school from death threats, bomb threats, or chemical, biological, or radiological threats, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of disruptions per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 8. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting incidents of hate crime and gang-related crime at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 9. Percentage of public primary schools reporting selected disciplinary problems, by frequency and type of disciplinary problem: School year 2003–04
Table 10. Percentage of public primary schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems occurring at school daily or at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 11. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowed, and used during the school year, by selected disciplinary actions: School year 2003–04
Table 12. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that removals or transfers for at least the remainder of the school year or suspensions for less than the remainder of the school year were allowable disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 13. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowable, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 14. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting the use of any serious disciplinary action, and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions used by schools, by selected offenses: School year 2003–04
Table 15. Number of students in public primary schools involved in the use or possession of a firearm or explosive device at school and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 16. Number of students in public primary schools involved in the use or possession of a weapon other than a firearm at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 17. Number of students in public primary schools involved in the distribution, possession, or use of alcohol or illegal drugs at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 18. Number of students in public primary schools involved in physical attacks or fights at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 19. Percentage of public primary schools reporting the use of selected practices to involve parents in school discipline, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 20. Percentage distribution of public primary schools reporting selected percentages of parents or guardians that attended an open house or back-to-school night or regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 21. Percentage distribution of public primary schools reporting selected percentages of parents or guardians that attended special subject-area events or volunteered at school, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 22. Percentage of public primary schools reporting the use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 23. Number and percentage of public primary schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 24. Number and percentage of public primary schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation that drilled students on that plan, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans that drilled students on that plan, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 25. Percentage of public primary schools reporting use of specified school practices: School year 2003–04
Table 26. Mean number of practices for monitoring access to campus used per public primary school, and the percentage of public primary schools that monitored access to campus in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 27. Mean number of practices for monitoring students used per public primary school, and the percentage of public primary schools that monitored students in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 28. Percentage of public primary schools that had specified practices to monitor school climate, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 29. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major way, a minor way, or not at all, by selected factors: School year 2003–04
Table 30. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 31. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited due to specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04

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2003–04 Middle School Data
Table 1. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 2. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school to police, the number of incidents reported to police, and the rate of incidents reported to police per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 3. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting sexual and physical assaults that occurred at school, the number of sexual and physical assaults, and the rate of sexual and physical assaults per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 4. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting student threats of physical attack and incidents of robbery that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 5. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting incidents of possession of a firearm or explosive device or possession of a knife or sharp object at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 6. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting distribution of illegal drugs, possession or use of alcohol or illegal drugs, and incidents of vandalism at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 7. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting disruptions from school from death threats, bomb threats, or chemical, biological, or radiological threats, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of disruptions per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 8. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting incidents of hate crime and gang-related crime at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 9. Percentage of public middle schools reporting selected disciplinary problems, by frequency and type of disciplinary problem: School year 2003–04
Table 10. Percentage of public middle schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems occurring at school daily or at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 11. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowed, and used during the school year, by selected disciplinary actions: School year 2003–04
Table 12. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that removals or transfers for at least the remainder of the school year or suspensions for less than the remainder of the school year were allowable disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 13. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowable, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 14. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting the use of any serious disciplinary action, and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions used by schools, by selected offenses: School year 2003–04
Table 15. Number of students in public middle schools involved in the use or possession of a firearm or explosive device at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 16. Number of students in public middle schools involved in the use or possession of a weapon other than a firearm at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 17. Number of students in public middle schools involved in the distribution, possession, or use of alcohol or illegal drugs at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 18. Number of students in public middle schools involved in physical attacks or fights at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 19. Percentage of public middle schools reporting the use of selected practices to involve parents in school discipline, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 20. Percentage distribution of public middle schools reporting selected percentages of parents or guardians that attended an open house back-to-school night or regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 21. Percentage distribution of public middle schools reporting selected percentages of parents or guardians that attended special subject-area events or volunteered at school, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 22. Percentage of public middle schools reporting the use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 23. Number and percentage of public middle schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 24. Number and percentage of public middle schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation that drilled students on that plan, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans that drilled students on that plan, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 25. Percentage of public middle schools reporting use of specified school practices: School year 2003–04
Table 26. Mean number of practices for monitoring access to campus used per public middle school, and the percentage of public middle schools that monitored access to campus in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 27. Mean number of practices for monitoring students used per public middle school, and the percentage of public middle schools that monitored students in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 28. Percentage of public middle schools that had specified practices to monitor school climate, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 29. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major way, a minor way, or not at all, by selected factors: School year 2003–04
Table 30. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 31. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited due to specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04

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2003–04 High School Data
Table 1. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 2. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school to police, the number of incidents reported to police, and the rate of incidents reported to police per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 3. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting sexual and physical assaults that occurred at school, the number of sexual and physical assaults, and the rate of sexual and physical assaults per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 4. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting student threats of physical attack and incidents of robbery that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 5. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting incidents of possession of a firearm or explosive device or possession of a knife or sharp object at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 6. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting distribution of illegal drugs, possession or use of alcohol or illegal drugs, and incidents of vandalism at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 7. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting disruptions from school from death threats, bomb threats, or chemical, biological, or radiological threats, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of disruptions per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 8. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting incidents of hate crime and gang-related crime at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 9. Percentage of public high schools reporting selected disciplinary problems, by frequency and type of disciplinary problem: School year 2003–04
Table 10. Percentage of public high schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems occurring at school daily or at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 11. Percentage of public high schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowed, and used during the school year, by selected disciplinary actions: School year 2003–04
Table 12. Percentage of public high schools reporting that removals or transfers for at least the remainder of the school year or suspensions for less than the remainder of the school year were allowable disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 13. Percentage of public high schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowable, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 14. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting the use of any serious disciplinary action, and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions used by schools, by selected offenses: School year 2003–04
Table 15. Number of students in public high schools involved in the use or possession of a firearm or explosive device at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 16. Number of students in public high schools involved in the use or possession of a weapon other than a firearm at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 17. Number of students in public high schools involved in the distribution, possession, or use of alcohol or illegal drugs at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 18. Number of students in public high schools involved in physical attacks or fights at school, and the number and percentage of students receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 19. Percentage of public high schools reporting the use of selected practices to involve parents in school discipline, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 20. Percentage distribution of public high schools reporting selected percentages of parents or guardians that attended an open house or back-to-school night or regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 21. Percentage distribution of public high schools reporting selected percentages of parents or guardians that attended special subject-area events or volunteered at school, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 22. Percentage of public high schools reporting the use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 23. Number and percentage of public high schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 24. Number and percentage of public high schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation that drilled students on that plan, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans that drilled students on that plan, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 25. Percentage of public high schools reporting use of specified school practices: School year 2003–04
Table 26. Mean number of practices for monitoring access to campus used per public high school, and the percentage of public high schools that monitored access to campus in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 27. Mean number of practices for monitoring students used per public high school, and the percentage of public high schools that monitored students in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 28. Percentage of public high schools that had specified practices to monitor school climate, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 29. Percentage of public high schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major way, a minor way, or not at all, by selected factors: School year 2003–04
Table 30. Percentage of public high schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04
Table 31. Percentage of public high schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited due to specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2003–04

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2005–06 School Levels

2005–06 All Levels
Table 1. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 2. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school to police, the number of incidents reported to police, and the rate of incidents reported to police per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 3. Number and percentage of public schools reporting sexual and physical assaults that occurred at school, the number of sexual and physical assaults, and the rate of sexual and physical assaults per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 4. Number and percentage of public schools reporting student threats of physical attack and incidents of robbery that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 5. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of possession of a firearm or explosive device or possession of a knife or sharp object at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 6. Number and percentage of public schools reporting at least one incident of the distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol at school, or of vandalism at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 7. Number and percentage of public schools reporting disruptions at school from death threats, bomb threats, or chemical, biological, or radiological threats, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of disruptions per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 8. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of hate crime, gang-related crime, and gang-related hate crime at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 9. Percentage distribution of selected disciplinary problems reported by schools, by frequency and type of disciplinary problem: School year 2005–06
Table 10. Percentage of public schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems occurring at school daily or at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 11. Percentage of public schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowed, and used during the school year, by selected disciplinary actions: School year 2005–06
Table 12. Percentage of public schools reporting that removals or transfers for at least the remainder of the school year, or suspensions or removals for less than the remainder of the school year, were allowable disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 13. Percentage of public schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowable, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 14. Number and percentage of public schools reporting the use of any serious disciplinary action, and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions used by schools, by selected offenses: School year 2005–06
Table 15. Number and percentage distribution of students in public schools involved in the use or possession of a firearm or explosive device at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 16. Number and percentage distribution of students in public schools involved in the use or possession of a weapon other than a firearm at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 17. Number and percentage distribution of students in public schools involved in the distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 18. Number and percentage distribution of students in public schools involved in physical attacks or fights at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 19. Percentage of public schools reporting the use of selected practices to involve parents in school discipline, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 20. Percentage distribution of public schools reporting selected percentages of students with a parent or guardian who attended an open house or back-to-school night or regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 21. Percentage distribution of public schools reporting selected percentages of students with a parent or guardian who attended special subject-area events or volunteered at school or served on a committee, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 22. Percentage of public schools reporting the use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 23. Number and percentage of public schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 24. Number and percentage of public schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation that drilled students on that plan, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans that drilled students on that plan, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 25. Percentage of public schools reporting use of specified school practices: School year 2005–06
Table 26. Mean number of practices for monitoring access to campus used per school, and the percentage of public schools that monitored access to campus in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 27. Mean number of practices for monitoring students used per school, and the percentage of public schools that monitored students in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 28. Percentage of public schools that had specified practices to monitor school climate, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 29. Percentage of public schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major way, a minor way, or not at all, by selected factors: School year 2005–06
Table 30. Percentage of public schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 31. Percentage of public schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06

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2005–06 Primary School Data
Table 1. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 2. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school to police, the number of incidents reported to police, and the rate of incidents reported to police per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 3. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting sexual and physical assaults that occurred at school, the number of sexual and physical assaults, and the rate of sexual and physical assaults per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 4. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting student threats of physical attack and incidents of robbery that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 5. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting incidents of possession of a firearm or explosive device or possession of a knife or sharp object at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 6. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting at least one incident of the distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol at school, or of vandalism at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 7. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting disruptions at school from death threats, bomb threats, or chemical, biological, or radiological threats, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of disruptions per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 8. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting incidents of hate crime, gang-related crime, and gang-related hate crime at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 9. Percentage distribution of selected disciplinary problems reported by public primary schools, by frequency and type of disciplinary problem: School year 2005–06
Table 10. Percentage of public primary schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems occurring at school daily or at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 11. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowed, and used during the school year, by selected disciplinary actions: School year 2005–06
Table 12. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that removals or transfers for at least the remainder of the school year, or suspensions or removals for less than the remainder of the school year, were allowable disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 13. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowable, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 14. Number and percentage of public primary schools reporting the use of any serious disciplinary action, and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions used by schools, by selected offenses: School year 2005–06
Table 15. Number and percentage distribution of students in public primary schools involved in the use or possession of a firearm or explosive device at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 16. Number and percentage distribution of students in public primary schools involved in the use or possession of a weapon other than a firearm at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 17. Number and percentage distribution of students in public primary schools involved in the distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 18. Number and percentage distribution of students in public primary schools involved in physical attacks or fights at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 19. Percentage of public primary schools reporting the use of selected practices to involve parents in school discipline, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 20. Percentage distribution of public primary schools reporting selected percentages of students with a parent or guardian who attended an open house or back-to-school night or regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 21. Percentage distribution of public primary schools reporting selected percentages of students with a parent or guardian who attended special subject-area events or volunteered at school or served on a committee, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 22. Percentage of public primary schools reporting the use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 23. Number and percentage of public primary schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 24. Number and percentage of public primary schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation that drilled students on that plan, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 25. Percentage of public primary schools reporting use of specified school practices: School year 2005–06
Table 26. Mean number of practices for monitoring access to campus used per school, and the percentage of public primary schools that monitored access to campus in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 27. Mean number of practices for monitoring students used per school, and the percentage of public primary schools that monitored students in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 28. Percentage of public primary schools that had specified practices to monitor school climate, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 29. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major way, a minor way, or not at all, by selected factors: School year 2005–06
Table 30. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 31. Percentage of public primary schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06

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2005–06 Middle School Data
Table 1. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 2. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school to police, the number of incidents reported to police, and the rate of incidents reported to police per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 3. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting sexual and physical assaults that occurred at school, the number of sexual and physical assaults, and the rate of sexual and physical assaults per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 4. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting student threats of physical attack and incidents of robbery that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 5. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting incidents of possession of a firearm or explosive device or possession of a knife or sharp object at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 6. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting at least one incident of the distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol at school, or of vandalism at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 7. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting disruptions at school from death threats, bomb threats, or chemical, biological, or radiological threats, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of disruptions per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 8. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting incidents of hate crime, gang-related crime, and gang-related hate crime at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 9. Percentage distribution of selected disciplinary problems reported by public middle schools, by frequency and type of disciplinary problem: School year 2005–06
Table 10. Percentage of public middle schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems occurring at school daily or at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 11. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowed, and used during the school year, by selected disciplinary actions: School year 2005–06
Table 12. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that removals or transfers for at least the remainder of the school year, or suspensions or removals for less than the remainder of the school year, were allowable disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 13. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowable, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 14. Number and percentage of public middle schools reporting the use of any serious disciplinary action, and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions used by schools, by selected offenses: School year 2005–06
Table 15. Number and percentage distribution of students in public middle schools involved in the use or possession of a firearm or explosive device at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 16. Number and percentage distribution of students in public middle schools involved in the use or possession of a weapon other than a firearm at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 17. Number and percentage distribution of students in public middle schools involved in the distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 18. Number and percentage distribution of students in public middle schools involved in physical attacks or fights at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 19. Percentage of public middle schools reporting the use of selected practices to involve parents in school discipline, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 20. Percentage distribution of public middle schools reporting selected percentages of students with a parent or guardian who attended an open house or back-to-school night or regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 21. Percentage distribution of public middle schools reporting selected percentages of students with a parent or guardian who attended special subject-area events or volunteered at school or served on a committee, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 22. Percentage of public middle schools reporting the use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 23. Number and percentage of public middle schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 24. Number and percentage of public middle schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation that drilled students on that plan, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans that drilled students on that plan, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 25. Percentage of public middle schools reporting use of specified school practices: School year 2005–06
Table 26. Mean number of practices for monitoring access to campus used per school, and the percentage of public middle schools that monitored access to campus in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 27. Mean number of practices for monitoring students used per school, and the percentage of public middle schools that monitored students in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 28. Percentage of public middle schools that had specified practices to monitor school climate, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 29. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major way, a minor way, or not at all, by selected factors: School year 2005–06
Table 30. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 31. Percentage of public middle schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06

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2005–06 High School Data
Table 1. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 2. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school to police, the number of incidents reported to police, and the rate of incidents reported to police per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 3. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting sexual and physical assaults that occurred at school, the number of sexual and physical assaults, and the rate of sexual and physical assaults per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 4. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting student threats of physical attack and incidents of robbery that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 5. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting incidents of possession of a firearm or explosive device or possession of a knife or sharp object at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 6. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting at least one incident of the distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol at school, or of vandalism at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 7. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting disruptions at school from death threats, bomb threats, or chemical, biological, or radiological threats, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of disruptions per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 8. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting incidents of hate crime, gang-related crime, and gang-related hate crime at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 9. Percentage distribution of selected disciplinary problems reported by public high schools, by frequency and type of disciplinary problem: School year 2005–06
Table 10. Percentage of public high schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems occurring at school daily or at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 11. Percentage of public high schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowed, and used during the school year, by selected disciplinary actions: School year 2005–06
Table 12. Percentage of public high schools reporting that removals or transfers for at least the remainder of the school year, or suspensions or removals for less than the remainder of the school year, were allowable disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 13. Percentage of public high schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowable, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 14. Number and percentage of public high schools reporting the use of any serious disciplinary action, and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions used by schools, by selected offenses: School year 2005–06
Table 15. Number and percentage distribution of students in public high schools involved in the use or possession of a firearm or explosive device at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 16. Number and percentage distribution of students in public high schools involved in the use or possession of a weapon other than a firearm at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 17. Number and percentage distribution of students in public high schools involved in the distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 18. Number and percentage distribution of students in public high schools involved in physical attacks or fights at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 19. Percentage of public high schools reporting the use of selected practices to involve parents in school discipline, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 20. Percentage distribution of public high schools reporting selected percentages of students with a parent or guardian who attended an open house or back-to-school night or regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 21. Percentage distribution of public high schools reporting selected percentages of students with a parent or guardian who attended special subject-area events or volunteered at school or served on a committee, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 22. Percentage of public high schools reporting the use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 23. Number and percentage of public high schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 24. Number and percentage of public high schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation that drilled students on that plan, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans that drilled students on that plan, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 25. Percentage of public high schools reporting use of specified school practices: School year 2005–06
Table 26. Mean number of practices for monitoring access to campus used per school, and the percentage of public high schools that monitored access to campus in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 27. Mean number of practices for monitoring students used per school, and the percentage of public high schools that monitored students in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 28. Percentage of public high schools that had specified practices to monitor school climate, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 29. Percentage of public high schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major way, a minor way, or not at all, by selected factors: School year 2005–06
Table 30. Percentage of public high schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06
Table 31. Percentage of public high schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 2005–06

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2007–08 All Levels
Table 1. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 2. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of crime that occurred at school to police, the number of incidents reported to police, and the rate of incidents reported to police per 1,000 students, by incident type and selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 3. Number and percentage of public schools reporting sexual and physical assaults that occurred at school, the number of sexual and physical assaults, and the rate of sexual and physical assaults per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 4. Number and percentage of public schools reporting student threats of physical attack and incidents of robbery that occurred at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 5. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of possession of a firearm or explosive device or possession of a knife or sharp object at school, the number of incidents, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 6. Number and percentage of public schools reporting at least one incident of the distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol at school, or of vandalism at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 7. Number and percentage of public schools reporting disruptions at school from death threats, bomb threats, or chemical, biological, or radiological threats, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of disruptions per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 8. Number and percentage of public schools reporting incidents of hate crime, gang-related crime, and gang-related hate crime at school, the number of incidents reported, and the rate of incidents per 1,000 students, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 9. Percentage distribution of public schools reporting selected disciplinary problems, by frequency and type of disciplinary problem: School year 200708
Table 10. Percentage of public schools reporting selected types of disciplinary problems occurring at school daily or at least once a week, or at all, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 11. Percentage of public schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowed, and used during the school year, by selected disciplinary actions: School year 200708
Table 12. Percentage of public schools reporting that removals or transfers for at least the remainder of the school year, or suspensions or removals for less than the remainder of the school year, were allowable disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 13. Percentage of public schools reporting that specified disciplinary actions were allowable, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 14. Number and percentage of public schools reporting the use of any serious disciplinary action, and the percentage distribution of serious disciplinary actions used by schools, by selected offenses: School year 200708
Table 15. Number and percentage distribution of students in public schools involved in the use or possession of a firearm or explosive device at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 16. Number and percentage distribution of students in public schools involved in the use or possession of a weapon other than a firearm or explosive device at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 17. Number and percentage distribution of students in public schools involved in the distribution, possession, or use of illegal drugs or alcohol at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 18. Number and percentage distribution of students in public schools involved in physical attacks or fights at school receiving various disciplinary actions, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 19. Percentage of public schools reporting the use of selected practices to involve parents in school discipline, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 20. Percentage distribution of public schools reporting selected percentages of students with a parent or guardian who attended an open house or back-to-school night or regularly scheduled parent-teacher conferences, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 21. Percentage distribution of public schools reporting selected percentages of students with a parent or guardian who attended special subject-area events or volunteered at school or served on a committee, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 22. Percentage of public schools reporting the use of selected violence prevention program components, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 23. Percentage of public schools with a written plan for responding to at least one crisis situation, and the percentage of schools with specified types of crisis response plans, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 24. Percentage of public schools that drilled students on a written plan for at least one crisis situation, and the percentage of schools that drilled students on a written plan for a specific crisis situation, by selected school characteristics: School year 2007-08
Table 25. Percentage of public schools reporting use of specified school practices: School year 200708
Table 26. Mean number of practices for monitoring access to campus used per school, and the percentage of public schools that monitored access to campus in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 27. Mean number of practices for monitoring students used per school, and the percentage of public schools that monitored students in specified ways, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 28. Mean number of practices for monitoring school climate, and the percentage of public schools that had specified practices to monitor students, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 29. Percentage distribution of public schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major way, a minor way, or not at all, by selected factors: School year 200708
Table 30. Percentage of public schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 31. Percentage of public schools reporting that their efforts to reduce or prevent crime at school were limited in a major or minor way due to specified non-school-level factors, by selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 32. Mean number of full-time and part-time security staff per school present at least once a week, by type of security staff and selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 33. Number and percentage of public schools reporting that security staff engage in specified practices at school, by type of school practice and selected school characteristics: School year 200708
Table 34. Number and percentage of public schools reporting the absence of security staff at school at least once a week, by type of security staff and selected school characteristics: School year 200708

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Student-level Tables (School Crime Supplement)


2003 Student Levels
Table 1. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported criminal victimization at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 2. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting selected security measures requiring the use of designated personnel and enforcement of administrative procedures at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 3. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting the use of selected security measures taken by school administrators to secure school buildings during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 4. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting perceptions of school rule fairness and enforcement at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 5. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting availability of alcohol and the ease of obtaining alcohol at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 6. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting availability of marijuana, uppers, and downers at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 7. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting availability of crack and other forms of cocaine, LSD, PCP, and heroin at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 8. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting the ease of availability of marijuana, uppers, and downers at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 9. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting the ease of availability of crack and other forms of cocaine, LSD, PCP, and heroin at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 10. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting attendance at drug education classes, the presence of students on drugs or alcohol, and whether they were offered drugs at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 11. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being involved in a physical fight and frequency of involvement in physical fights at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 12. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being bullied at school and the frequency of being bullied during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 13. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being rejected at school and the frequency of being rejected during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 14. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being called a hate-related word, the characteristic to which the word was directed, and reports of seeing hate-related graffiti at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 15. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported avoiding specific places inside the school building during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 16. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported avoiding specific places outside the school building during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 17. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported avoiding extracurricular activities, avoiding classes, or staying home from school during the previous 6 months because they were afraid of attack or threat of attack, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 18. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being afraid at school, on the way to and from school, and away from school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 19. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported bringing a knife to school, having knowledge of a gun being brought by another student to school, having seen another student with a gun at school, and the possibility of accessing a gun during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 20. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported the presence of street gangs and the frequency of gang activities at school in the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2003
Table 21. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who skipped school in the 4 weeks prior to the survey and how often these students engaged in truancy during this time period, by student and school characteristics: 2003

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2005 Student Levels
Table 1. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported criminal victimization at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 2. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting selected security measures requiring the use of designated personnel and enforcement of administrative procedures at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 3. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting the use of selected security measures taken by school administrators to secure school buildings during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 4. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting perceptions of school rule fairness and enforcement at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 5. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting availability of alcohol at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 6. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting availability of marijuana, uppers, and downers at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 7. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting availability of crack and other forms of cocaine, LSD, PCP, and heroin at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 8. Percentage of students ages 12-18 reporting the presence of students on drugs or alcohol, and whether they were offered drugs at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 9. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being involved in a physical fight and frequency of involvement in physical fights at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 10. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being bullied at school and the frequency of being bullied during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 11. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being bullied at school during the previous 6 months, by various methods, and selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 12. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being called a hate-related word, the characteristic to which the word was directed, and reports of seeing hate-related graffiti at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 13. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported avoiding specific places inside the school building during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 14. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported avoiding specific places outside the school building during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 15. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported avoiding extracurricular activities, avoiding classes, or staying home from school during the previous 6 months because they were afraid of attack or threat of attack, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 16. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being afraid at school, on the way to and from school, and away from school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 17. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported bringing a knife to school, having knowledge of a gun being brought by another student to school, having seen another student with a gun at school, and the possibility of accessing a gun during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 18. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported the presence of street gangs and frequency of gang activities at school in the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005
Table 19. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who skipped school in the 4 weeks prior to the survey and how often these students engaged in truancy during this time period, by selected student and school characteristics: 2005

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2007 Student Levels
Table 1. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported criminal victimization at school during the previous 6 months, by selected student and school characteristics: 2007
Table 2. Percentage of students ages 12–18 reporting selected security measures requiring the use of designated personnel and enforcement of administrative procedures at school, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 3. Percentage of students ages 12–18 reporting the use of selected security measures taken by school administrators to secure school buildings, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 4. Percentage of students ages 12–18 reporting perceptions of school rule fairness and enforcement at school, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 5. Percentage of students ages 12–18 reporting perceptions of teacher attitudes towards students, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 6. Percentage of students ages 12–18 reporting perceptions of adult and peer support at school, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 7. Percentage of students ages 12–18 reporting availability of alcohol at school, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 8. Percentage of students ages 12–18 reporting availability of marijuana, uppers, downers, and illegally obtained prescription drugs at school, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 9. Percentage of students ages 12–18 reporting availability of crack and other forms of cocaine, LSD, PCP, and heroin at school, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 10. Percentage of students ages 12–18 reporting the presence of students on drugs or alcohol, and whether they were offered drugs at school, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 11. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported being involved in a physical fight and frequency of involvement in physical fights at school, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 12. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported being bullied at school and the frequency of being bullied, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 13. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported being bullied at school, by types of bullying, and selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 14. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported being bullied by another student anywhere via electronic means and the frequency of electronic bullying, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 15. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported being bullied by another student anywhere via electronic means, by types of electronic bullying, and selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 16. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported seeing hate-related graffiti at school, being called a hate-related word, and the characteristic to which the word was directed, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 17. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported avoiding specific places inside the school building, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 18. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported avoiding specific places outside the school building, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 19. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported avoiding extracurricular activities, avoiding classes, or staying home from school because they were afraid of attack or threat of attack, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 20. Percentage of students ages 12-18 who reported being afraid at school or on the way to and from school and away from school, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 21. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported bringing a knife to school, having knowledge of a gun being brought by another student to school, having seen another student with a gun at school, and the possibility of accessing a gun, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 22. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who reported the presence of street gangs and frequency of gang activities at school, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07
Table 23. Percentage of students ages 12–18 who skipped school in the 4 weeks prior to the survey and how often these students engaged in truancy during this time period, by selected student and school characteristics: School year 2006–07

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