- Sexual Assaults Recorded by Law Enforcement, 2019
- Sexual Assaults Recorded by Law Enforcement, 2019 – Methodology
- Sexual Assaults Recorded by Law Enforcement, 2015
- Sexual Assaults Recorded by Law Enforcement, 2015 – Methodology
- Recidivism of Prisoners Released in 34 States in 2012: A 5-Year Follow-Up Period (2012–2017)
- Tribal Crime Data Collection Activities, 2021
- Tribal Courts in the United States, 2014 – Statistical Tables
These online, interactive reports present statistics on sexual assault victimizations that were reported by law enforcement agencies to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) in 2015 and 2019.
COVID-19 Spurs 25% Drop in Inmates Held in Local Jails
Note: Data are last weekday in June 2019 and the last weekday for each month from January to June 2020. In full report, see table 1 for counts and appendix table 1 for standard errors.
- From March to June 2020, about 208,500 inmates received expedited release in response to COVID-19.
- During the pandemic, jail facilities became less crowded, as indicated by the decrease in occupied bed space from 81% at midyear 2019 to 60% at midyear 2020.
- The number of inmates held for a misdemeanor declined about 45% since midyear 2019, outpacing the decline in the number of inmates held for a felony (down 18%).
- The percentage of inmates held for a felony increased from 70% at midyear 2019 to 77% at midyear 2020.
- From March to June 2020, jails conducted 215,360 inmate COVID-19 tests. More than 11% of these tests were positive.