Division of Criminal Justice Services

2012 Disposition Outcomes for Felony and Misdemeanor Arrests of Penal Law Charges

These tables are a supplemental reference for applicants responding to the 2013 Alternatives to Incarceration Request for Proposals from the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS). DCJS expects that applicants will propose programs in geographic areas with a demonstrated need for services. These data provide information about each county to help applicants understand arrest volume and how different arrest charges were disposed within each county during 2012. Data tables are also provided for New York State, New York City, and all non-NYC counties.

The tables provide details on the felony and misdemeanor arrest charges of cases disposed, presented in order of the most common charge to the least common in each region (New York State, New York City, and Rest of State) and for each county. The 30 most common arrest charges are shown for each region and each county, with an “others” category representing the less frequent charges. Vehicle and Traffic Law related arrests and violation level arrests are excluded from these tables.

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Note: County Name links to Adobe PDF version of table.

Albany Franklin Oneida Schuyler
Allegany Fulton Onondaga Seneca
Bronx Genesee Ontario Steuben
Broome Greene Orange Suffolk
Cattaraugus Hamilton Orleans Sullivan
Cayuga Herkimer Oswego Tioga
Chautauqua Jefferson Otsego Tompkins
Chemung Kings Putnam Ulster
Chenango Lewis Queens Warren
Clinton Livingston Rensselaer Washington
Columbia Madison Richmond Wayne
Cortland Monroe Rockland Westchester
Delaware Montgomery Saint Lawrence Wyoming
Dutchess Nassau Saratoga Yates
Erie New York Schenectady  
Essex Niagara Schoharie  
New York City      
New York State      
Rest of State