The District of Columbia Justice Statistical Analysis Tool (DC JSAT) was established in September 2018, in order to provide the public with an overview of justice system statistics and information. This website allows users to view and interact with publicly available, criminal justice data using such filters as geographic information (e.g., Ward and neighborhood) and demographic information such as race, age group, and gender. It has been designed for public entities to learn about justice system activity within the District as a whole, or their respective Wards or neighborhoods.
Information made available in the DC JSAT Public Portal is the result of a collaborative effort of the District of Columbia’s federal and local justice system agencies. See the “Justice System Agencies” for a complete listing and description of each of the agencies that contribute to the District’s justice system.
The data presented through this website includes weekly snapshots of data from DC’s Justice Systems Agencies (Justice System Data At-A-Glance) and aggregated, historical data that can be filtered on multiple variables (Interactive Data). See More
The CJCC is an independent agency that serves as a forum for the federal, judicial, and District criminal justice agency members to identify and address system-wide public safety issues in the District. CJCC was established by the Council of the District of Columbia and Congress. The mission of the DC Criminal Justice Coordinating Council is to serve as the District of Columbia’s forum for District and federal members to identify crosscutting local criminal and juvenile justice system issues and achieve coordinated solutions for the criminal and juvenile justice systems. CJCC also facilitates and supports member-identified priorities, strategies, and initiatives that will improve public safety and the related criminal and juvenile justice services for District of Columbia residents, visitors, victims, and justice-involved individuals.
The Statistical Analysis Center for the District of Columbia (DC SAC) was established in April 2001, by a Mayoral Executive Order (Mayor’s Order 2001-58) to provide a division dedicated to the collection, analysis, and dissemination of criminal justice system information. The DC SAC works cooperatively with CJCC member agencies, using the data they produce, to independently analyze and monitor key issues to identify and confront the inherent challenges faced by the criminal justice system.