Each SAC Spotlight focuses on one of the state Statistical Analysis Centers, with descriptions of the SAC's relationships with other state agencies, featured research projects and publications, and key personnel. By focusing on one SAC at a time, we hope to highlight the critical role they all play in analyzing justice information in their state and informing the development of sound public policy.
Location: Arizona Criminal Justice Commission (State Administering Agency)
Year Established: 1988
Number of Staff: 6.5
About the SAC:
The Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) serves as the research arm of the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission (Commission). The SAC was created to collect, analyze and report on the state of criminal justice issues in Arizona by evaluating programs and policies as requested by the Commission or required by statute for local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies. The SAC contributes to statewide policy development in numerous areas by providing statistical research and analyses of the criminal justice system and it's component agencies in Arizona. In addition to its research responsibilities, the Statistical Analysis Center facilitates the sharing of information and data about Arizona's criminal and juvenile justice systems with policymakers, practitioners, and the general public.
Relationships with Other State Agencies
Featured Research Projects and Publications
SAC Spotlight Archive
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