This report is based on publicly obtained information from District of Columbia (District) criminal justice agencies. The report provides an overview of crime and the administration of justice in the District’s criminal justice system between 2005 and 2011. The purpose is to provide readers with an easily accessible document that brings together in a single report social, economic, and crime justice trends on local and federal criminal justice partners in the District.
This report begins with an executive summary that summarizes the research highlights. The body of the report is organized into seven sections:
I. Population Change and Social and Economic Well-being in the District
II. Adult Crime and Public Safety
III. Administration of Justice in the Adult System
IV. Adult Corrections and Reentry
V. Juvenile Crime and Public Safety
VI. Administration of Justice in the Juvenile System
VII. Committed Youth and Juvenile Reentry
Each section includes tabular information obtained from the respective criminal and juvenile justice agencies in the District of Columbia. For further information on specific agencies, readers are encouraged to visit the agency websites provided in this report.