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  • State prison population

    Populations held in state prison as of Dec. 31 are shown per 100,000 adults age 18-69. This rate demonstrates the prevalence of state incarceration practices within the county.

  • Imprisonment costs

    State incarceration costs (based on the Legislative Analyst's estimated annual cost to incarcerate one prisoner) are displayed as dollar amounts per adult felony arrest for each county. This comparison shows the relative costs each county imposes on state taxpayers due to their use of state prison.

  • State prison incarceration rate

    Populations held in state prison as of Dec. 31 are shown per 1,000 adult felony arrests, compared to the state average. Counties' varying reliance on state prison to house their criminal justice population demonstrates their sentencing practices.

  • County jail incarceration rate

    Jail populations as of Dec. 31 are shown per 1,000 adult felony arrests. Counties' varying reliance on local jails to house their criminal justice population shows sentencing and detention practices.

  • Total incarceration rate

    Total adult incarcerated populations (state prison + county jail) as of Dec. 31 are displayed per 1,000 adult felony arrests. Counties' vary in their use of incarceration to manage their criminal justice populations.

  • New felony admissions

    New felony admissions to state prison for the calendar year are shown per 1,000 adult felony arrests. This demonstrates the counties' most recent and continuing incarceration trends.

  • County jail population

    Jail populations as of Dec. 31 are shown per 100,000 adults age 18-69. This rate demonstrates the prevalence of local incarceration practices within the county.

  • Prisoners held locally

    Jail populations are shown as a percent of each county's total incarcerated population (state prison + county jail) as of Dec. 31. The percentages of the county's incarcerated adult population that are held locally indicates each counties' varying use of local as opposed to state incarceration options.

  • Un-sentenced inmates

    Un-sentenced jail inmates are shown as a percentage of each county's average daily jail population as of Dec. 31. The percentage of the county's jail population that is un-sentenced but remains detained may be because of inability to post bail, public safety or flight risk, or slow criminal justice processing.

  • Reported crime rate

    Part I crimes (aggravated assault, forcible rape, murder, robbery, arson, burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft) reported to police are shown for each county per 100,000 adults age 18-69. The rate of offenses reported to police by county, an indicator of community exposure to crime, provides a basis for understanding county agencies' incarceration rates and overall responses to criminal offenders.

  • Arrest rate

    Adult felony arrests are shown per 100,000 adults age 18-69. The rate of felony arrests shows the volume of each county's criminal justice population.

  • Poverty rate

    The rates of each county's adult residents age 18-64 living in households with incomes below poverty guidelines (five year average, 2006-2010). This comparison provides additional socio-economic information that can be utilized as an indicator of crime and arrest policies.

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Sources

  • Offender Information Services Branch, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Characteristics of Inmate Population (December 31). Sacramento, CA: CDCR.
  • California Criminal Justice Statistics Center, California Department of Justice. California Criminal Justice Profiles. Sacramento, CA: DOJ.
  • California Board of State and Community Corrections. Juvenile Detention Profiles. Jail Profile Surveys. Sacramento, CA: BSCC.
  • US Census Bureau, US Department of Commerce. 2010 Census, California, Summary File 3.
  • United States Census Bureau. American Community Survey 5-year estimates, 2006–2010. Washington, DC: Department of Commerce.
  • Department of Finance, Demographic Research Unit. E-1 Population Estimates for Cities, Counties and the State with Annual Percent Change—January 1, 2009 and 2010. Sacramento, CA: State of California.
  • California Division of Juvenile Justice. Characteristics of the Division of Juvenile Justice Population, December. Sacramento, CA: DJJ.
  • California Division of Juvenile Justice. First Commitment Characteristics. Calendar Year. Sacramento, CA: DJJ.
  • California Center for Health Statistics. Death Public Use File. Calendar Year. Sacramento, CA: CHS.
  • California Department of Social Services. Child Welfare Services Reports for California. Berkeley, CA: University of California, Berkeley Center for Social Services Research
  • Chief Probation Officers of California. CPOC Fiscal Year Probation Surveys. Sacramento, CA: CPOC.

Please note: Each year, every county submits their data to the official statewide databases maintained by appointed governmental bodies. While every effort is made to review data for accuracy and to correct information upon revision, CJCJ cannot be responsible for data reporting errors made at the county, state, or national level. View known data limitations and adjustments »