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Incarceration in Local Jails and State Prisons (2015)

These fact sheets provide at-a-glance information about how many people are locked up in both state prisons and county jails and shows where the state stands on a variety of metrics, so that policymakers and the public can better determine where to target reforms.

State-by-State Data (2017)

The Sentencing Project compiles state-level criminal justice data from a variety of sources. Using the three tabs below, you can navigate between interactive features that allow you to access and use these data.

Justice Atlas of Sentencing and Corrections

"The Justice Atlas of Sentencing and Corrections is an online tool for mapping the residential distribution of people involved in the criminal justice system.

Justice Mapping Center

"Welcome to the Justice Mapping Center (JMC) website. We specialize in using computer mapping—otherwise known as Geographic Information Systems or GIS—to help our partners better understand, evaluate, and communicate criminal justice and other social policy information.

Data.Gov on Corrections

This is the home of the U.S. Government’s open data. Here you will find data, tools, and resources to conduct research, develop web and mobile applications, design data visualizations, and more.

Neighborhoods and Re-Entry in Detroit: Mapping Prison Data (2015)

"Understanding criminal justice-involved populations and their reentry is critical to understanding urban poverty. Nationwide, roughly 650,000 individuals return from state and federal prisons to their communities each year.

Jail Incarceration Trends

An interactive map from Vera that provides information on the incarcerate rate in jails for every county in the United States.

NACo County Explorer: Mapping County Data

An interactive map from Vera that provides information on the incarcerate rate in jails for every county in the United States.  

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