Section 1 - Characteristics of the criminal justice systems
Section 2 - Public attitudes toward crime and criminal justice-related topics
Section 3 - Nature and distribution of known offenses
Section 4 - Characteristics and distribution of persons arrested
Section 5 - Judicial processing of defendants
Section 6 - Persons under correctional supervision
"An annual publication for more than eight decades, this report contains a compilation of the volume and rate of violent and property crime offenses for the nation and by state. Individual law enforcement agency data are also provided for those contributors supplying 12 months complete offense data. In addition, this report also includes arrest, clearance, trends, and law enforcement employee data. Also available to use with Crime in the United States is the online UCR Data Tool to research crime statistics for the nation, by state, and by individual law enforcement agency."
Part of FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting Program.
"NVDRS is the only state-based surveillance (reporting) system that pools data on violent deaths from multiple sources into a usable, anonymous database. These sources include state and local medical examiner, coroner, law enforcement, toxicology, and vital statistics records."
The Cato Institute's "NPMRP is a non-governmental, non-partisan independent project that will attempt to determine the extent of police misconduct in the United States, identify trends affecting police misconduct, and report on issues about police misconduct in order to enhance public awareness on issues regarding police misconduct in the U.S."
The Reflective Democracy Campaign in 2015 released data about demographics of elected prosecutors (overwhelmingly white men). Site features animations and infographics. Dataset can be downloaded. Links to news coverage.
Washington Crime Stats
Washington Association of Sheriffs & Police Chiefs Statistics & Reports
Includes annual Crime in Washington report (1980–date), annual jail statistics, data about law enforcement personnel.