The Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) dataset provides information about the number of establishments within a geographic area by industry as well as the average number of employees and average weekly wages paid. QCEW is the universe of employment covered under Pennsylvania’s unemployment insurance laws. QCEW employment is based on the location of the position not where the person resides.
Three different measures of recidivism (rearrest, reincarceration, and overall recidivism) have been used by the DOC in a recent report to further explore the effects of recidivism on the criminal justice system. The DOC defines rearrest as: “the first instance of arrest after the individual is released from the custody of the DOC.” The DOC defines reincarceration as: “the first instance of returning to the custody of the DOC after the individual is released from the DOC.” The DOC defines overall recidivism as: “the first instance of any type of rearrest or reincarceration after the individual is released from the DOC.”
- The 3-year rearrest rates have been consistently higher than the 3-year reincarceration rates.
- The overall recidivism rates have remained relatively stable over 13 years.
- From 2000 to 2013, rearrest rates appear to grow consistently before trending downward in recent years (e.g. 3-year rate has been below 50.0% in 4 of the last 5 years).
- The 2013 3-year reincarceration rate was down slightly at 43.7%, still lower than all the 3-year rates prior to 2008.
- The 2013 3-year overall recidivism rate dropped to 60.9%. This was the second lowest overall recidivism rate in the past 13 years (with 2011 being lowest at 59.9%)
- The 2015 1-year rates were all up slightly.
These statistics are based on a cohort of inmates.
This is a listing of structures that are identified as part of the Governor's Bridge Goal for repair or replacement for the Calendar Year 2015-2020.
Let - award (a contract for a particular project) to an applicant
RBR - This public-private partnership (P3) Rapid Bridge Replacement Project was awarded by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) to the consortium of Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (PWKP). The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is taking advantage of the new P3 tool, signed into law in 2012, to address the state’s roughly 4,500 structurally deficient (SD) bridges.
“N” or “- -“ is null or no information
DEMO - means the structure has been demolished.
The project is an initiative to replace aging bridges throughout Pennsylvania. Replacing the bridges will provide motorists with new, modern structures and allow PennDOT to remove them from their structurally deficient list.
The bridges are primarily crossings on smaller state highways, many in rural areas, rather than interstate bridges or large river crossings.
This document contains inspection information and may not be used in legal actions or proceedings against the bridge owner. (Reference 65 P.S. Sec 66.1 et sep., 75 pa C.S. Sec 3754 and 23 U.S.C. Sec 409.)
General data disclaimer:
This data is a compilation of information from different databases and planned projects (current as of posting), and may contain errors and omissions. Furthermore, all information contained herein is to be used for general informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice. Please see the listed contact for specific data questions. This data also contains structural inspection, project selection and scheduling information that is provided in the interest of transparency without waiving any legal rights. This data may contain essential components of protected safety studies, which are not subject to disclosure or use in legal actions or proceedings against the bridge owner. See 23 U.S.C. § 409; 75 Pa. C.S. § 3754; 65 P.S. § 67.101 et seq.
PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Radon Test Result Data provided to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through the National Environmental Information Exchange Network as requested, to State and Nationally Authorized Trading Partners. Data includes Radon Test Results measured value, test type, building location (where test was performed), county, city, zip code and date test was completed. Includes data from 1989 through March, 2017.
Universities have historically operated under a supply-driven model, wherein learners seek out programs and degrees offered by the institution regardless of business need. In order to better align programs and identify opportunities for university and learner success, new approaches must be undertaken at various levels within the institution. To address this need, the State System conducted original research in 2016 and produced Pennsylvania’s first comprehensive gap analysis study.
Data source: 2015, 5-year average, American Community Survey, U.S. Census Bureau.
Notes: The Census Bureau does not provide data on every municipalities. Municipalities with very small populations are in some cases not reported.
The median housing value and median household income for Ferguson Township, Clearfield County is an average of the median housing value and household income of former Lumber City Borough and Ferguson Township.
A note of caution: A municipality can update information at any time after submission of a form. The Municipal Statistics site is built to reflect any data updates, the following day, in the Public Reports section of the Municipal Statistics site. http://munstats.pa.gov/public/