Crime rates from 2012-2014 in Washington’s five largest countiesView >>
A comparison of jail capacity to average daily populations in 2014 View >>
Washington state juvenile drug crime sentences in 2014View >>
Sex-related crime arrests in Washington from 2013 to 2014View >>

Crime and Justice Data

The Washington Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) is a clearinghouse for crime and justice statistics. Use our searchable databases to find data on:

  • Crime
  • Arrests
  • Court filings
  • Sentences
  • Jail and prison populations
  • Juvenile justice

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Welcome to the Washington Statistical Analysis Center

We provide access to crime and justice statistics, and conduct studies and analysis to inform Washington policy and budget development. SAC databases, publications, and staff are available to assist policy makers, researchers, law enforcement, and the public.

Latest at SAC

Washington SAC Launches New Interactive Mapping Tool

The Washington Statistical Analysis Center recently launched a new Interactive Mapping Tool that allows users to view criminal, poverty, education and health data.

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Washington SAC Launches New Website

The Washington Statistical Analysis Center website now features improved access to data, analysis, and publications.

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Impacts of Recreational Marijuana Legalization in Washington

Two Washington Office of Financial Management reports analyze the production and sales of marijuana since its recreational legalization in Washington and its impacts on crime.

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Behavioral Health Needs of Jail Inmates in Washington State

A Department of Social and Health Services January 2016 report compares mental health and substance use disorder treatment needs of Medicaid enrollees booked into jail in 2013 with those of the general Medicaid population.

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