Sections

Characteristics of the criminal justice systems

The organization, financial expenditures, and employment of law enforcement, courts, and corrections systems in the United States are the focus of this section. Legislation related to driving and alcohol use also is covered.


Corrections

Education programs in prisons and jails

  • Education programs in State, Federal, and private prisons, and in local jails, by type of program, United States 1995, 1999, 2000

Expenditures

  • Direct expenditures for correctional activities of State governments and percent distribution, by type of activity, United States fiscal years 1980-2010
    • Table 1.9.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Direct expenditures for correctional activities of State governments, by type of activity and State
    • fiscal year 2000 Table 1.10 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2001 Table 1.11 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2002 Table 1.11.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2003 Table 1.11.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2004 Table 1.11.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2005 Table 1.11.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2006 Table 1.11.2006 -- PDF -- CSV

Federal Bureau of Prisons facilities and staff

  • Federal Bureau of Prisons facilities, by selected characteristics
    • as of Sept. 30, 2003 Table 1.106 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Sept. 30, 2004 Table 1.106.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Sept. 30, 2005 Table 1.106.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Sept. 28, 2006 Table 1.106.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Sept. 27, 2007 Table 1.106.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Oct. 2, 2008 Table 1.106.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Characteristics of Federal Bureau of Prisons staff, by race and ethnicity January 2004
  • Characteristics of Federal Bureau of Prisons correctional officers, by race and ethnicity January 2004

Jails and jail staff

  • Number of jails, rated capacity, percent of capacity occupied, and number of inmates per employee, by region and jurisdiction June 30, 1999
  • Jail staff, by occupational category, region, and jurisdiction June 30, 1999
  • Jail staff and correctional officers, by sex, region, and jurisdiction June 30, 1999
  • Jail staff and correctional officers, by race, Hispanic origin, region, and jurisdiction June 30, 1999

Juvenile facilities

  • Public and private juvenile residential facilities, by State as of October 2000, 2002, 2004, and 2006
    • Table 1.0009.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Juvenile residential facilities under, at, and over standard capacity, by State
    • as of Oct. 27 2004 Table 1.0010.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Oct. 25 2006 Table 1.0010.2006 -- PDF -- CSV

Private jails

  • Privately operated jails, by selected characteristics, United States June 30, 1999

State, Federal, and private correctional facilities and staff

  • Federal, State, and private adult correctional facilities, by facility characteristics, United States 1995 and 2000
  • Federal and State adult correctional facilities, by type of facility and facility function, United States June 30, 2000
  • Employees of Federal, State, and private adult correctional facilities, by type of employee and selected characteristics, United States 1995 and 2000

Courts

Appropriations, salaries, and personnel for the Federal judiciary

  • Annual salaries of Federal judges, by judicial office as of Jan. 1, 2004-2008
    • Table 1.80.2008 -- PDF -- CSV

Characteristics of Presidential appointees to Federal courts

  • Characteristics of Presidential appointees to U.S. Courts of Appeals judgeships, by Presidential administration 1963-2010
    • Table 1.81.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Characteristics of Presidential appointees to U.S. District Court judgeships, by Presidential administration 1963-2010
    • Table 1.82.2010 -- PDF -- CSV

Criminal cases filed per judgeship in U.S. District Courts

  • Felony criminal cases filed per judgeship in U.S. District Courts, by circuit and district
    • 1973-1993 Table 1.83.1993 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 1994-2011 Table 1.83.2011 -- PDF -- CSV

Duties performed by magistrate judges in U.S. District Courts

  • Duties performed by magistrate judges in U.S. District Courts 1990, 1999-2010
    • Table 1.84.2010 -- PDF -- CSV

Investigative reports by Federal probation officers

  • Investigative reports by Federal probation officers, by type of investigation 1980-2010
    • Table 1.97.2010 -- PDF -- CSV

Jury fees in State and Federal courts

  • Jury fees in State and Federal courts, by jurisdiction as of June 2003

Petit and grand jurors in U.S. District Courts

  • Grand jury and grand juror utilization in U.S. District Courts fiscal years 1988-2010
    • Table 1.94.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Petit juror utilization in U.S. District Courts 1977-2010
    • Table 1.95.2010 -- PDF -- CSV

Prosecutors in State courts

  • Personnel in prosecutors' offices, United States
    • 2001 Table 1.85 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2005 Table 1.85.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Budget for prosecutorial functions in full- and part-time prosecutors' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2001 Table 1.86 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2005 Table 1.86.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Length of service and annual salary of chief prosecutors in full- and part-time prosecutors' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2001 Table 1.87 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2005 Table 1.87.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Median number of cases closed by full- and part-time prosecutors' offices, by size of population served, United States 2005
    • Table 1.0003.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
  • DNA evidence used by full- and part-time prosecutors' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2001 Table 1.88 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2005 Table 1.88.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Prosecutors' offices serving districts with populations less than 250,000, by size of population served and selected characteristics, United States 2001

Salaries and selection process for State court judges

  • Salaries of judges of highest, appellate, and general trial courts, by type of court and jurisdiction
    • as of Oct. 1, 2003 Table 1.90 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Oct. 1, 2004 Table 1.90.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2006 Table 1.90.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2007 Table 1.90.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2008 Table 1.90.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2009 Table 1.90.2009 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of July 1, 2010 Table 1.90.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2011 Table 1.90.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2012 Table 1.90.2012 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Method of selection and length of initial and retention terms of the highest appellate court justices, by State as of June 2004
  • Method of selection and length of initial and retention terms of intermediate appellate court judges in 39 States as of June 2004
  • Method of selection and length of initial and retention terms of general jurisdiction court judges, by State and name of court as of June 2004

U.S. attorneys, personnel and work hours

  • Personnel and court-related work hours of U.S. attorneys' offices, United States 1972-2010
    • Table 1.79.2010 -- PDF -- CSV

Finance

Corrections expenditures

  • Direct expenditures for correctional activities of State governments and percent distribution, by type of activity, United States fiscal years 1980-2010
    • Table 1.9.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Direct expenditures for correctional activities of State governments, by type of activity and State
    • fiscal year 2000 Table 1.10 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2001 Table 1.11 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2002 Table 1.11.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2003 Table 1.11.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2004 Table 1.11.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2005 Table 1.11.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2006 Table 1.11.2006 -- PDF -- CSV

Criminal justice expenditures

  • Justice system direct and intergovernmental expenditures, by level of government, United States fiscal years 1982-2006
    • Table 1.1.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Justice system direct and intergovernmental expenditures, by type of activity and level of government, United States fiscal years 1980-2006
    • Table 1.2.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Justice system direct and intergovernmental expenditures, by level of government and type of activity, United States
    • fiscal year 2000 Table 1.3 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2001 Table 1.4 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2002 Table 1.4.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2003 Table 1.4.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2004 Table 1.4.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2005 Table 1.4.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2006 Table 1.4.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Justice system direct expenditures, by level of government, United States fiscal years 1982-2006
    • Table 1.5.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Direct expenditures for State and local justice system activities, by type of activity and level of government
    • fiscal year 2000 Table 1.6 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2002 Table 1.6.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2004 Table 1.6.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2005 Table 1.6.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2006 Table 1.6.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Justice system per capita expenditures, by type of activity, United States fiscal years 1980-99, and 2001
  • State and local justice system per capita expenditures, by type of activity and State
    • fiscal year 2000 Table 1.8 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2002 Table 1.8.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2004 Table 1.8.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2005 Table 1.8.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2006 Table 1.8.2006 -- PDF -- CSV

Criminal justice employment and payroll

  • Justice system employment and payroll, by level of government and type of activity, United States
    • March 2001 Table 1.17 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2002 Table 1.17.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2003 Table 1.17.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2004 Table 1.17.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2005 Table 1.17.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2006 Table 1.17.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Justice system payroll, by level of government, United States October 1982-95, and March 1997-2006
    • Table 1.18.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • State and local justice system payroll, by type of activity and level of government
    • March 2001 Table 1.19 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2002 Table 1.19.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2003 Table 1.19.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2004 Table 1.19.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2005 Table 1.19.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2006 Table 1.19.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Justice system employment, by level of government, United States October 1982-95, and March 1997-2006
    • Table 1.20.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Justice system employment, by type of activity and level of government, United States October 1980-95 and March 1997-2006
    • Table 1.21.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • State and local justice system full-time equivalent employment, by type of activity and level of government
    • March 2001 Table 1.22 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2002 Table 1.22.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2003 Table 1.22.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2004 Table 1.22.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2005 Table 1.22.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2006 Table 1.22.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Rate (per 10,000 population) of State and local justice system full-time equivalent employment, by type of activity and State
    • March 2000 Table 1.23 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2001 Table 1.24 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2002 Table 1.24.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2004 Table 1.24.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2005 Table 1.24.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2006 Table 1.24.2006 -- PDF -- CSV

Edward Byrne Law Enforcement Assistance funds

  • Allocation of Edward Byrne Memorial State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance Program funds, by jurisdiction fiscal years 2001, 2002, and 2003

Federal budget authorities for criminal justice activities

  • Federal criminal justice budget authorities fiscal years 2003 (actual) and 2004-2009 (estimated)
  • Allocation of Office of Justice Programs' funds, by type of budget activity fiscal years 1990-2001

Federal drug control funding

  • Federal drug control budget, by function fiscal years 1996-2012
    • Table 1.14.2012 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Federal drug control funding, by agency
    • fiscal years 2003-2008 (final), 2009 (enacted), and 2010 (requested) Table 1.15.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal years 2010 (final), 2011 (enacted), and 2012 (requested) Table 1.0011.2012 -- PDF -- CSV

Judges

Appropriations, salaries, and personnel for the Federal judiciary

  • Annual salaries of Federal judges, by judicial office as of Jan. 1, 2004-2008
    • Table 1.80.2008 -- PDF -- CSV

Characteristics of Presidential appointees to Federal courts

  • Characteristics of Presidential appointees to U.S. Courts of Appeals judgeships, by Presidential administration 1963-2010
    • Table 1.81.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Characteristics of Presidential appointees to U.S. District Court judgeships, by Presidential administration 1963-2010
    • Table 1.82.2010 -- PDF -- CSV

Salaries and selection process for State court judges

  • Salaries of judges of highest, appellate, and general trial courts, by type of court and jurisdiction
    • as of Oct. 1, 2003 Table 1.90 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Oct. 1, 2004 Table 1.90.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2006 Table 1.90.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2007 Table 1.90.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2008 Table 1.90.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2009 Table 1.90.2009 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of July 1, 2010 Table 1.90.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Method of selection and length of initial and retention terms of the highest appellate court justices, by State as of June 2004
  • Method of selection and length of initial and retention terms of intermediate appellate court judges in 39 States as of June 2004
  • Method of selection and length of initial and retention terms of general jurisdiction court judges, by State and name of court as of June 2004

Law enforcement

College and university campus police

  • Employees and sworn personnel of campus law enforcement agencies serving the 100 largest student enrollments in the United States academic year 2004-2005
    • Table 1.0007.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Average base starting salary for selected positions in campus law enforcement agancies, by type and size of campus, United States academic year 2004-2005
    • Table 1.0008.2005 -- PDF -- CSV

Complaints about police use of force

  • Citizen complaints about police use of force in large law enforcement agencies, by type of agency, United States 2002
    • Table 1.0004.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Citizen complaint dispositions in large law enforcement agencies, by type of agency and number of full-time sworn officers, United States 2002
    • Table 1.0005.2002 -- PDF -- CSV

Employees, payroll, and personnel expenditures

  • Number and rate (per 1,000 inhabitants) of full-time law enforcement employees, by geographic division and population group
    • on Oct. 31, 2002 Table 1.66 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2003 Table 1.66.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2004 Table 1.66.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2005 Table 1.66.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2006 Table 1.66.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2007 Table 1.66.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2008 Table 1.66.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2009 Table 1.66.2009 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2010 Table 1.66.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2011 Table 1.66.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Number and rate (per 1,000 inhabitants) of full-time law enforcement officers, by geographic division and population group
    • on Oct. 31, 2002 Table 1.67 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2003 Table 1.67.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2004 Table 1.67.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2005 Table 1.67.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2006 Table 1.67.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2007 Table 1.67.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2008 Table 1.67.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2009 Table 1.67.2009 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2010 Table 1.67.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2011 Table 1.67.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Full-time law enforcement employees, by sex and population group
    • on Oct. 31, 2002 Table 1.68 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2003 Table 1.68.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2004 Table 1.68.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2005 Table 1.68.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2006 Table 1.68.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2007 Table 1.68.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2008 Table 1.68.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2009 Table 1.68.2009 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2010 Table 1.68.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
    • on Oct. 31, 2011 Table 1.68.2011 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Operating expenditures of State law enforcement agencies by agency 2000
  • Mean number of full-time paid personnel of police departments in cities with populations of 10,000 or more, by population group, geographic division, and metro status, United States
    • 2003 Table 1.64 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2004 Table 1.64.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2005 Table 1.64.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2006 Table 1.64.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2007 Table 1.64.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Mean and per capita police department personnel expenditures in cities with populations of 10,000 or more, by population group, geographic division, and metro status, United States
    • 2003 Table 1.65 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2004 Table 1.65.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2005 Table 1.65.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2006 Table 1.65.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2007 Table 1.65.2007 -- PDF -- CSV

Federal law enforcement officers and agencies

  • Federal agencies employing 100 or more full-time officers authorized to carry firearms and make arrests
    • June 2002 Table 1.72 -- PDF -- CSV
    • September 2004 Table 1.72.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Federal offices of inspector general employing full-time officers authorized to carry firearms and make arrests
    • June 2002 Table 1.73 -- PDF -- CSV
    • September 2004 Table 1.73.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Federal officers authorized to carry firearms and make arrests in selected large agencies, by primary State of employment June 2002
  • Number and rate (per 100,000 residents) of Federal officers authorized to carry firearms and make arrests, by primary State of employment, September 2004
    • Table 1.74.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Characteristics of full-time Federal officers authorized to carry firearms and make arrests in agencies employing 500 or more full-time officers, by agency, June 2002
  • Female and minority representation among Federal officers authorized to carry firearms and make arrests in agencies employing 100 or more full-time officers, by agency September 2004
    • Table 1.75.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Budget and staff of the Drug Enforcement Administration fiscal years 1972-2007
    • Table 1.76.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Workload of the U.S. Marshals Service, by type of activity
    • fiscal years 1985-2000 Table 1.77 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal years 1985-2000, 2004-2008, and 2010 Table 1.77.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Budget and staff of the U.S. Marshals Service fiscal years 1954-2001, 2004-2008, and 2010
    • Table 1.78.2010 -- PDF -- CSV

Female and minority police officers in large cities

  • Female and minority full-time sworn personnel in large city police departments, by size of population served, United States 1990 and 2000
  • Female and minority full-time sworn personnel and ratio of minority officers to minority residents in large city police departments, by size of population served and city, United States 1990 and 2000

Large city police departments

  • Full-time employees and sworn personnel in large city police departments, by size of population served, United States 1990 and 2000
  • Number and rate (per 100,000 residents) of full-time employees and sworn personnel in large city police departments, by size of population served and city, United States 1990 and 2000

Local police departments

  • State and local law enforcement agencies and employees, by type of agency, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.27 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2004 Table 1.27.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2008 Table 1.27.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.0001.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Local police departments, and number and rate (per 100,000 residents) of full-time employees, by State
  • Local police departments and full-time personnel, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.33 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.33.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Full-time sworn officers assigned to respond to citizen calls for service in local police departments, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.35 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.35.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Race, ethnicity, and sex of full-time sworn personnel in local police departments, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.37 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.37.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Minimum educational requirements for new officer recruits in local police departments, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.39 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.39.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Training requirements for new officer recruits in local police departments, by size of population served, United States 2000
  • Training requirements for new officer recruits and non-probationary officers in local police departments, by size of population served, United States 2003
    • Table 1.41.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Average operating budget of local police departments, by size of population served, United States
    • fiscal year 2000 Table 1.43 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2003 Table 1.43.2003 -- PDF -- CSV

Salaries

  • Average base minimum and maximum annual salaries for selected positions in local police departments, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.45 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.45.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Semiautomatic sidearms authorized for use by sworn personnel in local police departments, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.47 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.47.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Nonlethal weapons authorized for use by sworn personnel in local police departments, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.49 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.49.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Full-time community policing officers in local police departments, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.51 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.51.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Full-time school resource officers in local police departments, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.53 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.53.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Average base minimum and maximum annual salaries for selected positions in local police departments, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.45 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.45.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Average base minimum and maximum annual salaries for selected positions in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.46 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.46.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Average base starting salary for selected positions in campus law enforcement agancies, by type and size of campus, United States academic year 2004-2005
    • Table 1.0008.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Starting salaries in State law enforcement agencies, by agency 2000
  • Entrance and maximum salaries, and mean number of years to reach maximum salary, for police officers in cities with populations of 10,000 or more, by population group, geographic division, and metro status, United States
    • as of Jan. 1, 2003 Table 1.69 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2004 Table 1.69.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2005 Table 1.69.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2006 Table 1.69.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • as of Jan. 1, 2007 Table 1.69.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Mean and median salaries of city chief law enforcement officials, by city population, region, city type, and form of government, United States
    • July-November 2003 Table 1.70 -- PDF -- CSV
    • July-November 2004 Table 1.70.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • July-November 2005 Table 1.70.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • July-November 2006 Table 1.70.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • July-December 2006 Table 1.70.2007 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Mean and median salaries of county chief law enforcement officials, by county population, region, metro status, and form of government, United States
    • July-November 2003 Table 1.71 -- PDF -- CSV
    • July-November 2004 Table 1.71.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • July-November 2005 Table 1.71.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • July-November 2006 Table 1.71.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
    • July-December 2007 Table 1.71.2007 -- PDF -- CSV

Sheriffs' offices

  • State and local law enforcement agencies and employees, by type of agency, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.27 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2004 Table 1.27.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2008 Table 1.27.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.0001.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Sheriffs' offices, and number and rate (per 100,000 residents) of full-time employees, by State
    • 2000 Table 1.30 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2004 Table 1.30.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2008 Table 1.30.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Sheriffs' offices and full-time personnel, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.34 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.34.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Full-time sworn officers assigned to respond to citizen calls for service in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.36 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.36.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Race, ethnicity, and sex of full-time sworn personnel in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.38 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.38.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Minimum educational requirements for new officer recruits in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.40 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.40.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Training requirements for new officer recruits in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States 2000
  • Training requirements for new deputy recruits and non-probationary deputies in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States 2003
    • Table 1.42.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Average operating budget of sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • fiscal year 2000 Table 1.44 -- PDF -- CSV
    • fiscal year 2003 Table 1.44.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Average base minimum and maximum annual salaries for selected positions in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.46 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.46.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Semiautomatic sidearms authorized for use by sworn personnel in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.48 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.48.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Nonlethal weapons authorized for use by sworn personnel in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.50 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.50.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Full-time community policing officers in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.52 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.52.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Full-time school resource officers in sheriffs' offices, by size of population served, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.54 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.54.2003 -- PDF -- CSV

Special jurisdiction agencies

  • State and local law enforcement agencies with special jurisdictions, and number and rate (per 100,000 residents) of full-time employees, by State 2000
  • Special jurisdiction law enforcement agencies and full-time sworn personnel, by type of jurisdiction
    • 2004 Table 1.0006.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2008 Table 1.0006.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
  • State and local law enforcement agencies and employees, by type of agency, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.27 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2004 Table 1.27.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2008 Table 1.27.2008 -- PDF -- CSV

State and local police employment and payroll, combined totals

  • State and local sworn police full-time equivalent employment and percent of total police employment, by level of government, United States October 1980-95 and March 1997-2000, 2002-2006
    • Table 1.25.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • State and local police protection full-time equivalent employment and payroll, by type of employee and level of government
    • March 2000 Table 1.26 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2002 Table 1.26.2002 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2003 Table 1.26.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2004 Table 1.26.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2005 Table 1.26.2005 -- PDF -- CSV
    • March 2006 Table 1.26.2006 -- PDF -- CSV
  • State and local law enforcement agencies, and number and rate (per 100,000 residents) of full-time employees, by State
    • 2000 Table 1.28 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2004 Table 1.28.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2008 Table 1.28.2008 -- PDF -- CSV

State police agencies

  • State and local law enforcement agencies and employees, by type of agency, United States
    • 2000 Table 1.27 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2004 Table 1.27.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2008 Table 1.27.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2003 Table 1.0001.2003 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Number and rate (per 1000,000 residents) of State law enforcement agency full-time employees, by State
    • 2000 Table 1.31 -- PDF -- CSV
    • 2004 Table 1.31.2004 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Number and rate (per 1000,000 residents) of State law enforcement agency full-time sworn personnel, by State 2004
    • Table 1.31.2008 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Full-time personnel, sworn officers, officers assigned to respond to calls, officers per 100,000 residents, and percent change in full-time personnel in State law enforcement agencies, by agency 2000
  • Sex, race, and ethnicity of full-time sworn personnel in State law enforcement agencies, by agency 2000
  • Starting salaries in State law enforcement agencies, by agency 2000
  • Operating expenditures of State law enforcement agencies by agency 2000

Tribal law enforcement agencies

  • Number and rate (per 1,000 residents and per 100 square miles) of full-time sworn personnel, service population, and reservation land area in the 20 largest tribally operated law enforcement agencies, United States 2000

Other

Background checks for firearm transfers

  • Estimated number of applications and rejections for firearm transfers, United States 1999-2010
    • Table 1.110.2010 -- PDF -- CSV
  • Reasons for rejection of firearm transfer applications, United States 1999-2010
    • Table 1.111.2010 -- PDF -- CSV

Statutory provisions related to alcohol use and driving

  • Statutory provisions related to alcohol use and driving, by State as of Jan. 1, 2002
  • Statutory provisions requiring blood alcohol concentration tests for victims of fatal traffic accidents, by jurisdiction as of Jan. 1, 2002