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Campus Crime and Security at Postsecondary Education Institutions
NCES 97402
February 1997

Appendix B Table of Standard Errors

  • Table 1a: Standard errors of the number and percent of postsecondary institutions in the nation that participate in federal Title IV financial aid programs, and the number and percent of students enrolled at those institutions in fall 1994, by institutional characteristics
  • Table 2a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions with campus housing and the mean percent of students living in campus housing at institutions with housing, by institutional characteristics- 1996
  • Table 3a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions reporting any occurrences on campus of specified criminal offenses for 1992, 1993, and 1994
  • Table 4a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions reporting any occurrences on campus of specified criminal offenses for 1994, by institutional characteristics
  • Table 5a: Standard errors of the estimated total number of specified criminal offenses reported by postsecondary institutions for 1992, 1993, and 1994
  • Table 6a: Standard errors of the number of specified crimes per 1,000 students at postsecondary institutions for 1992, 1993, and 1994, by institutional characteristics
  • Table 7a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions reporting any occurrences on campus of specified criminal offenses that manifest evidence of prejudice ("hate crimes") for 1992, 1993, and 1994
  • Table 8a: Standard errors of the estimated total number of specified criminal offenses that manifest evidence of prejudice ("hate crimes") at postsecondary institutions for 1992, 1993, and 1994
  • Table 9a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions reporting any arrests on campus for liquor law, drug abuse, and weapons possession violations for 1992, 1993, and 1994
  • Table 10a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions reporting any arrests on campus for liquor law, drug abuse, and weapons possession violations for 1994, by institutional characteristics
  • Table 11a: Standard errors of the estimated total number of arrests on campus for liquor law, drug abuse, and weapons possession violations for 1992, 1993, and 1994
  • Table 12a: Standard errors of the number of campus arrests per 1,000 students for liquor law, drug abuse, and weapons possession violations at postsecondary institutions for 1992, 1993, and 1994, by institutional characteristics
  • Table 13a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions using each set of definitions for compiling crime statistics, by institutional characteristics: 1996
  • Table 14a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions that compile annual security report information for students and staff, and the format in which the annual security report is compiled, by institutional characteristics: 1996
  • Table 15a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions that disseminate their annual security report information in various ways, by institutional characteristics- 1996
  • Table 16a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions indicating that students and staff have access to rape crisis counseling through various sources, by institutional characteristics- 1996
  • Table 17a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions that increased lighting levels in various campus areas in the last 5 years, by institutional characteristics: 1996
  • Table 18a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions that offer various services or programs concerning campus safety, and the percent that have instituted or improved the service or program within the last 5 years: 1996
  • Table 19a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions that offer various services or programs concerning campus safety, by institutional characteristics- 1996
  • Table 20a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions using various types of public safety employees to provide campus security, by institutional characteristics- 1996
  • Table 21a: Standard errors of the percent of postsecondary institutions indicating which one type of public safety employee has primary responsibility for providing campus security, by institutional characteristics: 1996
  • Table 22a: Standard errors of the estimated number and percent of postsecondary institutions in the nation that participate in federal Title IV financial aid programs, by institutional characteristics: 1996
  • Table 23a: Standard errors of the relationship of the survey analysis variable institutional type, and the other survey analysis variables percent of students in campus housing, metropolitan status, and institutional size: 1996
  • Table 24: Standard errors for data not shown in tables: 1996

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