New Datasets from Department of Justice

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The Department of Justice recently highlighted the datasets they have made available to inform the public about the Department’s core mission of enforcing federal law and protecting the rights of citizens. Data is available on everything from multi-year records of arrests nationwide and in local areas; population data on federal and state correctional facilities; civil rights actions; Freedom of Information Act cases; and briefs filed by the Solicitor General in United States Supreme Court cases.

One Response to “New Datasets from Department of Justice”

  1. Joanne Swanick

    I am a doctorate student specializing in combat-related post traumatic stress disorder and the relationship between symptoms of PTSD (aggression, explosive episodes, exaggerated startle response, adrenaline addiction, etc.) and veteran incarceration. I would like to view data on everything from multi-year records of arrests nationwide and in local areas; population data on federal and state correctional facilities; civil rights actions; Freedom of Information Act cases; and briefs filed by the Solicitor General in United States Supreme Court cases.

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