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VICTIM RESIDENCE STATUS

Data Element: VICTIM RESIDENCE STATUS
Definition: A coded representation of the victim's residence in relation to where the incident occurred.
Standard of Verification: Incident Report or Arrest Report.
Data Type: AN
Field Size: 2
Field Format: 2 AN
Originating Teams: Law Enforcement
User Teams: Law Enforcement
Tables / Codes: 01 - RESIDENT - the victim is a permanent, legal resident of the town, city, or community where the incident occurred.
02 - COMMUTER - the victim is a commuter, living outside the town, city, or community where the incident occurred, but entering on a regular basis to work.
03 - TOURIST - the victim lives outside the town, city, or community where the incident occurred and was visiting for vacation or other recreational purpose at the time the incident occurred.
04 - MILITARY - the victim is a member of the armed forces (Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard) and lives in the town, city, or community temporarily and only in connection with his or her military assignment.
05 - STUDENT - the victim attends school within the town, city, or community and either lives outside the area, or has a temporary domicile in the jurisdiction only because of school attendance.
06 - TEMPORARY RESIDENT/FOREIGN NATIONAL - the victim is a foreign national (includes both legal and illegal aliens) who has a temporary or seasonal domicile in the town, city, or community where the incident occurred, e.g., migrant workers, live-in domestic servants, foreign drug dealers.
07 - OTHER STATUS - the victim's residence status, as described in the report, is different from any of those described above.
08 - HOMELESS - the victim has no permanent address.
99 - UNKNOWN - there is not enough information to determine the victim's residence status.
Comments: The New York State Incident-Based Uniform Crime Reporting System (NYSIBR) uses the following residual codes:
77 - Not Applicable
88 - Not Reported
Page Info: DATE STANDARD ESTABLISHED: 2/92
DATE STANDARD REVISED: 8/99