This database allows users to access statistical data produced by U.S. federal agencies, States, private organization and intergovernmental organizations. Up to a half-million tables are provided in the “Search Tables” function. With the “Search Abstracts” form, users can find summaries and comprehensive overviews of statistical publications.
The mission of this site is to analyze, collect, disseminate and publish information on crime, criminal offenders and the operation of justice system at different government levels. The data is pertinent to Federal, State and local policymakers.
This is a national nonprofit organization for state Statistical Analysis Center (SACs) directors, researchers and practitioners in all areas of the government, academia and criminal justice. It was created in 1974 to promote the exchange of information among the different SACs.
This online datasets contains information on Federal Court Management Statistics from 1997 to 2008. Each set contains an introduction and statistics on the Court of Appeals and District Court. The data is provided in easy to read spreadsheets.
Information describing suspects and defendants processed in the federal criminal justice system. Users can generate various statistics in the areas of federal law enforcement, prosecution/courts and incarcerations, and based on title and section of the U.S. Criminal Code.
This resource compiles information from the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) through the Federal Justice Statistics Resource Center (FJSRC). The information describes suspects and defendants who are processed in the Federal criminal justice system. Using data obtained from different Federal agencies, FJSRC compiles information which describes person-cases processed by the system. The FJSRC also creates uniform definitions that are commonly used to describe data in case processin
INTERPOL is the world’s largest police organization, maintaining a commitment to one-hundred eighty seven member nations. The organization attempts to facilitate international police co-operation between countries where diplomatic relations do not exist.
This resource primarily contains data from the Annual Report of the Director and the Judicial Business of the United States Courts. The data sources are noted on each table for easy reference. Unless noted, they are compiled from the fiscal year report.
The National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (NACJD) states of purpose of “faciltat[ing] research in criminal justice and criminology.” They perform this through many activities that include: preservation, enhancement, the sharing of data resources, production of original research on this data, and workshops in quantitative analysis of crime and justice data.
TRAC (Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse) from Syracuse University provides comprehensive information about staffing, spending and enforcement activities of the United States government. This information is important for institutions of oversight, some of these which include: businesses, Congress, lawyers, news organizations, scholars and the general public.
The U.S. Sentencing Commission is an independent agency within the judicial branch of government. The agency lists three primary goals, they are: establishing sentencing policies for federal courts, advising and assisting Congress and the executive branch in developing effective and efficient crime policies and collecting, researching and analyzing information on federal crime and sentencing issues.
The Judge Information Center is a part of the TRAC (Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse) database from Syracuse University. It contains information about the civil case loads and criminal sentencing practices of federal district court judges.
Listing of county government offices in the United States such as county assessor, board of elections, chamber of commerce, child support offices, colleges, coroner, courts, and much more, with all relevant details.