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CJCC Releases Prioritizing Public Safety Emergency Amendment Act of 2023 Reports

Friday, December 1, 2023


Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Releases Data on Criminal Justice Programs and Violent Crime


(Washington, D.C.) – The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) is pleased to announce its release of data on criminal justice programs and violent crime incidents and arrests, in keeping with the Prioritizing Public Safety Emergency Amendment Act of 2023 (D.C. Act 25-175) and the CJCC Data Collection Technical Correction Emergency Amendment Act of 2023 (D.C. Act 25-295). As required by the legislation, CJCC has submitted reports to the Mayor and the Council and has made this information available on its official website,


The CJCC has complied with the legislative requirements by providing the following:


Quarterly Report

  • Aggregate data on the following with respect to the criminal and juvenile justice systems: diversion, pretrial supervision, detention, prosecution, sentencing, commitment, incarceration, probation, parole, supervised release, deferred prosecution agreements, deferred sentencing/disposition agreements, and consent decrees. 

Monthly Report

  • Reported violent crime and homicide incidents in the District, including the extent to which the incidents involved a gun. The data are broken down by Ward, neighborhood, and Police Service Area.
  • Adults and juveniles arrested for violent crimes, by specific types of offenses, as well as arrests for illegal gun possession.


The data used to conduct this analysis originated from criminal justice agencies’ case management systems. Data are entered into these systems manually and may be subject to error. Also, some of these systems may be limited in that they are not able to query certain data in an automated fashion; but rather, data extractions are conducted manually, which also increases the risk of human error. Each agency featured in these dashboards has had the opportunity to review and comment on the presented information. CJCC incorporated proposed edits from the agencies as deemed appropriate.


The CJCC would like to thank the following CJCC member and partner agencies for providing data for this report: Department of Corrections, Department of Human Services, Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services, Metropolitan Police Department, DC Superior Court, Office of the Attorney General, Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Pretrial Services Agency, and Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency.


To access the newly published reports and data, please visit: or For any questions or comments, please contact the CJCC at [email protected].