The Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) for the District of Columbia was established on April 30, 2001 by Mayor’s Order 2001-58 to provide a division dedicated to the collection, analysis, and dissemination of information about the District’s criminal and juvenile justice systems. The SAC, a unit of CJCC, is responsible for independent research and analysis.
The mission of the SAC is to apply the highest level of scientific rigor and objectivity in the study of criminal justice policies, programs and practices, and to identify activities that improve the administration of justice. The SAC aims to produce empirical research and analysis that informs stakeholders and enhances policy decision-making in the District.
- Research in Brief: Super-Utilizers in the District of Columbia
- Research in Brief: New Psychoactive Substances (Synthetic Drugs)
- Research in Brief: Restorative Justice
- Mental Health Information Sharing in the DC Criminal Justice System
- Public Safety and Justice in the District of Columbia: 2009 - 2014
- 2012 Reentry Grant Report
- Current Trends in the District of Columbia Jail Population [PDF]
- Addressing Co-occurring Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders in the Criminal Justice System: Guiding Principles and DC Practices [PDF]
- Superior Court of the District of Columbia East of the River Community Court Program Manual of Policies and Procedures [PDF]
- DC Superior Court Medical Alert Protocol Report [PDF]
- Measuring Recidivism in the District of Columbia [PDF]
- Comprehensive Homicide Elimination Strategy Task Force Report 2008 [PDF]
- Reentry Report [PDF]
- Publicly Available Data on Crime and Justice in the District of Columbia