ISAR is the only comprehensive electronic clearinghouse of its kind. ISAR contains information on Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) research and activities, and is designed to inform criminal justice researchers, practitioners, and policymakers by summarizing these activities, which are undertaken by the SACs on a broad range of justice issues.
Statistical Analysis Centers are state agencies that conduct objective analyses to meet critical planning needs and address statewide and systemwide criminal justice policy issues. JRSA surveys the SACs annually to determine the types of research and analytical activities in which they are involved, and the types of publications they produce. Survey results are entered into this Infobase.
Provides summary findings, statistical publications, csv files and data sets for the following topics: local police; sheriff's offices; federal, tribal & campus law enforcement; forensics; police-public contact; arrest related deaths and community policing.
NACJD's mission "is to facilitate research in criminal justice and criminology, through the preservation, enhancement, and sharing of computerized data resources; through the production of original research based on archived data; and through specialized training workshops in quantitative analysis of crime and justice data."
NCJJ houses records of cases handled by courts with juvenile jurisdiction. Data sets must be ordered from the NCJJ. Procedures for ordering can be found by clicking on "Available Data Sets" and then on "Ordering Data."
The USSC is tasked with providing data for federal judges to consult during sentencing in order to help ensure consistent and fair sentencing ranges. This report includes data on federal sentences and appeals. Includes data by district.