Sorry, you need to enable JavaScript to visit this website.


Criminal Justice Coordinating Council

DC Agency Top Menu

-A +A
Bookmark and Share

CJCC Research and Reports

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 the 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.

Visit DCJSAT.NET for ongoing data across the District justice system. 

Published Reports:

Essential Reading


All Crime

Violent Crime

Juvenile Justice

Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health

Law Enforcement & Policing

Diversion and Restorative Justice


Corrections and Supervision



Specialized Reports


Available Videos: