Tag: AARIN

AARIN Adult Annual Report 2011

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Reports and Publications
April 2011
Michael D. White

The Arizona Arrestee Reporting Information Network (AARIN) is a drug abuse monitoring system that provides on-going descriptive information about drug use, crime, victimization, and other characteristics of interest among individuals arrested in Maricopa County, Arizona. In five facilities throughout the county, professionally trained interviewers conduct voluntary and confidential interviews with recently booked arrestees.

A Hero's Welcome? Exploring the Prevalence and Problems of Military Veterans in the Arrestee Population

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Reports and Publications
March 2011
Michael D. White, Philip Mulvey, Andrew M. Fox, David Choate

The potential for veterans to end up in the criminal justice system as a result of physical and psychological problems that may be combat-related has generated much interest, illustrated most recently by the development of specialized veterans’ courts. However, little is known about how often veterans are arrested and incarcerated, the nature of their problems, or the extent to which their military service has contributed to their criminality.

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Homelessness At A Glance Annual Summary 2008

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Reports and Publications
December 2008

Using data collected during 2008 we compared respondents’ urinalysis results (n=2,105) for alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, opiates, and methamphetamine by homelessness status.

Gang Membership At A Glance Annual Summary 2008

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Reports and Publications
December 2008

Using data collected during 2008 we compared respondents’ urinalysis results (n=2,105) for marijuana, cocaine, opiates, methamphetamine, or any combination of the four, by gang status.

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Citizenship At A Glance Annual Summary 2008

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Reports and Publications
December 2008

Approximately 16 percent of the total sample of adult arrestees reported they were currently not United States citizens. A significantly higher percentage of citizens tested positive for marijuana, opiates, and methamphetamine and a significantly higher percentage of non-citizens tested positive for cocaine use.

Arresting Agency At A Glance Annual Summary 2008

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Reports and Publications
December 2008

During 2008 interviews were conducted with respondents who were arrested by 26 different agencies in Maricopa County. The Phoenix Police Department, Glendale Police Department, Mesa Police Department, and the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) had the largest percentages of arrestees in the sample.

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Violent Offenders At A Glance 2nd Quarter 2008

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Reports and Publications
June 2008

Approximately 18 percent of adult arrestees were charged with one or more violent offenses.

Methamphetamine And Other Drug Use And Treatment At A Glance 1st Quarter 2008

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Reports and Publications
March 2008

A higher percentage of arrestees who tested positive for methamphetamines reported that they had received treatment in the past year, and were more likely to report they needed treatment than those who tested positive for any other illegal drugs.

Gender Differences At A Glance 1st Quarter 2008

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Reports and Publications
March 2008

During the first quarter data collection 134 adult female arrestees and 464 adult male arrestees provided a urine sample for analysis. Overall, a higher percentage of male arrestees tested positive for alcohol and marijuana.

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Methamphetamine And Other Drug Use And Mental Health At A Glance 1st Quarter 2008

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Reports and Publications
March 2008

Drug users in general are substantially more likely to have problems related to mental health than other arrestees.

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