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Crime Statistics (mass.gov)
The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) collects NIBRS and UCR data from law enforcement agencies in accordance with the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program. The data is available to view and query in various formats and is utilized for various reports and to lead and guide policy decisions.
Massachusetts Department of Corrections: Research Statistics and Reports (mass.gov)
We post weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly statistical reports on inmate and prison data. You can view some of our statistics in our inmate data dashboard and on our quick stats page. We analyze data on inmate trends and issues and provide research assistance. Our data informs and supports government, the press, and the public.
Massachusetts State Police CrimeSOLV
CrimeSOLV is an application which allows users to view tables and charts of crime data from police agencies in Massachusetts which report data to the Crime Reporting Unit in the format of the "National Incident Based Reporting System." The majority of police agencies now use this way of reporting their crime data.. Under "Public," Click View Reporting Site.
Massachusetts Hate Crime Data (Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security)
Searchable by community, college, state police unit, hospital. The data in this theme is a combination of NIBRS and combined Summary totals, and reflects data from agencies who have successfully submitted crime data for the selected year.
Massachusetts Detailed Arrest Records
Searchable by community, college, state police unit, hospital.
Police Arrest Data for Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Data for Justice Project, ACLU Massachusetts)
Spreadsheet of “low-level” arrests made in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from 2012 to 2017. Includes county, arresting agency, date of arrest, offense, arrestee age (except for Suffolk County), arrestee gender (except for Suffolk County), and arrestee race.
Department of Defense 1033 Program (Data for Justice Project, ACLU Massachusetts)
Spreadsheet of purchases of military weapons by local law enforcement departments from 1994 to 2017. Includes item name, quanitity, cost, and shipping date for police departments in 50 U.S. States and 4 U.S. Territories (District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands).
Government Drones in Massachusetts (ACLU Massachusetts)
The data show that Massachusetts police departments own a significant number of drones, with law enforcement drones making up nearly half (42 percent) of all those registered to government agencies in the state. The policing organizations with the greatest number of drones are the Massachusetts State Police, with 81 registered devices, and the Boston Police Department Crime Scene Response Unit, with 18.
Mapping Alleged Police Violence & Misconduct (ACLU Massachusetts)
This map shows incidents of alleged police violence (red dots) and alleged misconduct (blue dots) that occurred in Massachusetts since 2000. Descriptions are drawn from contemporaneous sources. This is not an exhaustive list, and locations are not meant to be exact. All incidents can also be viewed in our interactive database.
Income, probation rates and probation caseloads for the population served by each Massachusetts District Court (Prison Policy Initiative)
Comparing probation rates with community income in Massachusetts
District Court locations (sized by probation caseloads). Uses January 2016 probation data and 2014 American Community Survey estimates for population and per capita income data.
JEET: Justice Expenditure and Employment Tool (BJS)
The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) extracts justice expenditure and employment data from the U.S. Census Bureau's Annual Government Finance Survey and Annual Survey of Public Employment and Payroll. BJS has made these data available through the Justice Expenditure and Employment Tool (JEET), an interface that can generate expenditure and employment statistics for different justice categories (Total Justice, Police Protection, Judicial and Legal, Corrections) and different levels of government (National, State, County, City). The JEET will be updated annually with subsequent years and historical data from 1982 onward.