STATISTICAL ANALYSIS CENTERS (SACs)
Statistical Analysis Centers are units or agencies at the state government level that use information from all components of the criminal justice system to conduct objective analyses of statewide policy issues.
For SAC contact information and links to SAC Websites, use the map below.
SACs are maintained in a variety of state entities, such as:
- State planning or coordinating agencies,
- Governor's office,
- Criminal justice agencies, i.e., state police or attorney general's office, and
The SACs perform a variety of activities including collecting and distributing criminal justice data, conducting policy-relevant research, and designing and implementing automated information systems. The SAC's are represented by the Justice Research and Statistics Association.
There are currently SACs in 53 states and territories.
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