Percentage of total population within a designated area that is identified as both “low income” and having “low access” to healthy food. Note that there are many ways to measure food access for individuals and for neighborhoods, and many ways to define which areas are food deserts (neighborhoods that lack healthy food sources).
Number of domestic violence offenses per 1,000 residents. Domestic violence includes any violence of one family member against another family member. Family can include spouses, former spouses, parents who have children in common regardless of marital status, adults who live in the same household, as well as parents and their children. Offenses are incidence reporting. When more than one victim is involved an offence is filed for each victim. Multiple property violations performed at the same incident are counted as one offence. However when both types of events happen, only the victim incidents are reported as offenses. Offenses focus on the nature of the crime, while arrests focus on the apprehended accused perpetrator. Many offenses occur without arresting perpetrators.
The Rows data set is a thematic layer depicting rights of way holding boundaries based on individual acquisitions. This layer is only complete on a date forward basis from final conversion (5/24/2002). Some back conversion has occurred, however, there are no present plans to perform complete backfile conversion. Rights of way entities may overlap completely or partially. Rights of way polygons/regions have been created for almost all rights of way to assist with cartographic applications only. This data layer is currently being reviewed for redesign of content and naming of the data set and attributes.