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Table 1 IPV arrest rates and census tract characteristics for Miami-Dade County (n = 503), and Pearson’s correlations (r) with the normalized comprehensiveness score (NCS) and resource disparity score (RDS)

From: Characterizing the spatial mismatch between intimate partner violence related healthcare services and arrests in Miami-Dade County, Florida

Characteristic Tract Mean (SD) Pearson’s Correlation (r) with NCS Pearson’s Correlation (r) with RDS
IPV Arrest Rate (per 1000) 4.55 (9.06) −.002
Black non-Hispanic (%) 16.86 (26.20) −.042 −.203**
White non-Hispanic (%) 17.36 (17.23) .108* .155**
Hispanic (%) 63.16 (26.93) −.036 .088*
Median Age (years) 38.78 (5.73) .076 .068
No High School Diploma (%) 21.79 (13.51) −.008 −.215**
Limited English Proficiency (%) 32.88 (18.01) .002 −.148**
Median Gross Rent ($) 1170.97 (370.69) −.123** .097*
Median House Value ($) 298,677.93 (170,667.53) .179** .251**
Per Capita Income ($) 23,581.29 (14,932.11) .089* −.180**
Employed in Service Industry (%) 20.24 (11.03) −.103* −.340**
Renter-Occupied Housing Units (%) 38.46 (20.54) .089* −.135**
Population Below Poverty Line (%) 17.30 (12.39) .013 −.283**
Receives Social Security Benefits (%) 26.67 (11.22) .129** .052
Female-Headed Households (%) 18.81 (8.29) −.087 −.150**
Mobile Home Housing Units (%) 1.89 (8.82) −.088* −.188**
Housing Units with No Automobile (%) 11.39 (11.80) .043 −.187**
Ethnic Heterogeneity Index .36 (.20) .027 −.023
Concentrated Disadvantage Index .06 (.73) −.091* −.257**
  1. *P < .05; **P < .01
  2. IPV intimate partner violence, NCS normalized comprehensiveness score, RDS resource disparity score