Using data supplied by the Los Angeles Police Department and the City Attorney’s Office covering the years 2001-2017, this report summarizes the trends, demographics, and charges of misdemeanor arrests as well as filing decision and disposition outcomes at the prosecution stage. This report, Trends in Misdemeanor Arrests in Los Angeles, 2001-2017, is the fourth report […]
We are pleased to share a new Data Collaborative for Justice (DCJ) Justice Data and Research Brief, titled Understanding New York City’s 311 Calls, which provides information on the frequency of different types of complaints, highlights what 311 data can (and cannot) tell us about the concerns and priorities of New Yorkers, and examines the […]
Our founder, Jeremy Travis, was asked to present at the New York Law School City Law Lecture Series on March 8, 2019. Jeremy presented on trends in the New York City criminal justice system over the past 30 years. The presentation, Trends in Crime and Justice: Reflections on the New York City Story, 1980-2017, emphasized […]
Article includes Alphonso David’s speech regarding the release of our marijuana enforcement report, suggesting that New York will use insight from it to shape policy.
The Data Collaborative for Justice is pleased to publish this report, Tracking Suspensions in New York City Public Schools, 2006 to 2017. This report examines trends in the number and rate of suspensions from 2006-07 to 2016-17. Further, for the 2016-17 school year, this report assesses: (1) the use of multiple suspensions for individual students; (2) the […]
The Data Collaborative for Justice’s Director, Preeti Chauhan, is interviewed on The Capitol Pressroom about findings from our report, Trends in Marijuana Enforcement in New York State, 1990-2017.
The Albany Times Union uses data from our latest report on misdemeanor marijuana enforcement to discuss past trends and the potential for future legislation.