JUSTICE STATISTICAL ANALYSIS TOOL

TRANSFORMING THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA JUSTICE SYSTEM

The District of Columbia Justice Statistical Analysis Tool (DC JSAT) was developed by the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, in collaboration with District of Columbia justice system agencies, to connect the public with information on trends and statistics regarding public safety in the District. The data available on the DC JSAT provides a snapshot of the current level of activity in the District’s justice system via Justice System At-A-Glance, as well as trends in the justice system via Interactive Data, which can be filtered by a variety of demographic and geographic factors. DC JSAT also includes a Catalog of Publications from contributing justice system agencies to read about current and historical research, analysis, and justice system trends.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

JUSTICE SYSTEM AT-A-GLANCE

WEEKLY SNAPSHOT



MPD REPORTED CRIMES

OFFENSES Mar. 1 - 31 Apr. 1 - 30 May 1 - 31 Jun. 1 - 30 Jul. 1 - 31 Aug. 1 - 31 Sep. 1 - 30 Oct. 1 - 31 Nov. 1 - 30
Homicide 11 12 17 16 30 19 16 19 17
Sex Abuse 7 8 16 14 19 13 17 13 11
Assault w/ a Dangerous Weapon 120 103 158 157 174 137 176 140 141
Robbery 107 121 104 177 191 162 125 249 212
VIOLENT CRIME TOTAL 245 244 295 364 414 331 334 421 381
Burglary* 91 99 132 330 92 104 93 105 91
Theft from Auto 744 505 483 521 473 648 780 714 668
Theft/Other 927 605 690 770 796 934 902 888 785
Motor Vehicle Theft 177 186 239 281 327 343 354 328 287
Arson 0 1 3 4 1 0 1 1 0
PROPERTY CRIME TOTAL 1,939 1,396 1,547 1,906 1,689 2,029 2,130 2,036 1,831
TOTAL CRIME REPORTED 2,184 1,640 1,842 2,270 2,103 2,360 2,464 2,457 2,212

Source: crimemap.dc.gov, Metropolitan Police Department (MPD). Please note that these numbers may change due to a variety of reasons, such as a change in classification, the determination that certain offense reports were unfounded, or late reporting.

MPD Reported Crimes updated every Wednesday and contain reported crimes from Sunday through Saturday of the previous week.

*Includes unrest-related burglaries that occurred between 5/29/2020 and 6/4/2020.





DETAINED POPULATION

POPULATION Mar. 31, 2020 Apr. 30, 2020 May 31, 2020 Jun. 30, 2020 Jul. 31, 2020 Aug. 31, 2020 Sep. 30, 2020 Oct. 31, 2020 Nov. 30, 2020
D.C. JAIL 1,640 1,357 1,318 1,263 1,303 1,379 1,452 1,489 1,485
Central Detention Facility 1,136 979 958 854 896 915 999 1,035 1,051
Central Treatment Facility 476 371 359 408 416 463 451 452 433
Fairview 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1
Hope Village** 23 3 ** ** ** ** ** ** **
FEDERAL PRISON - DC INMATES 3,044 2,920 2,796 2,684 2,617 2,571 2,554 2,529 2,481
DC Inmates in Secure Institutions 2,839 2,764 2,655 2,545 2,476 2,421 2,405 2,369 2,333
DC Inmates in Community Placement or Residential Reentry Centers 205 156 141 139 141 150 149 160 148
YOUTH IN DYRS CUSTODY 73 67 68 77 83 97 107 106 107
Youth Services Center 35 32 37 41 39 55 61 62 60
Youth Shelter Home 11 14 8 8 11 15 18 10 10
New Beginnings 27 21 23 28 33 27 28 34 37

Source: D.C. Department of Corrections (DOC), Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services (DYRS).

Detained Population data updated every Wednesday.

**HOPE Village closed as of April 30, 2020.

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