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ar·rest·ee

 (ə-rĕs-tē′)
n.
One who is under arrest.

arrestee

(ˌærɛsˈtiː)
n
a person who is under arresta person whose money or property is seized by arrestment
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Although the ADAM program continues to focus primarily on illicit drug use--including types of drugs used by arrestees, self-reported dependence, and the relationship between drug use and certain types of offenses-- self-reported alcohol-use information is also collected.
Finally, the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring (ADAM) Program, begun as the Drug Use Forecasting (DUF) Program and funded by the National Institute of Justice, collects self-report survey data and urine specimens from a sample of arrestees across the United States (NIJ, 1999a).
It also uses the addresses to market its newsletter directly to arrestees.
STD testing policy was classified as routine (provided to all arrestees), symptomatic (provided to arrestees who indicate signs or symptoms of an STD), by request (provided to arrestees who request STD testing), or not provided.
The court held that failure to provide the arrestees with citation release, or a post and trial release option, did not constitute a deprivation of due process or equal protection, even though the arrestees were detained for a lengthy period.
Young adult arrestees use marijuana more than any other drug, reports the Department of Justice.
Surveys of arrestees about their alcohol and other drug use provide valuable data that can be used to examine the relationship between substance use and violence.
To date, however, only one study has compared drug use among female arrestees charged with prostitution offenses to female arrestees charged with non-prostitution offenses.
Some officers believe they need to include HIV-status information about victims, witnesses, and arrestees when it is neither an element of the crime nor relevant to the investigation.
CCJ contracts with Cermak Health Services (CHS)* to provide medical services, including routine syphilis screening, to arrestees at CCJ.
In their lawsuit, the arrestees complained of injuries to their hands and arms, including bruises, pinched nerves, and one broken wrist.