Division of Criminal Justice Services

Criminal Justice Statistics


Statutorily required annual reports and other reports are available on the Publications page.   If you are interested in information about the State prison and community supervision populations, research reports are available here  http://www.doccs.ny.gov/Research/Research.html. 

The date in parenthesis indicates the date of the report, or the last time the feature was updated.

Crime and Victimization



  • Dispositions of Adult Arrests by County and Region (5/2016)
    Dispositions of adult arrests for felony, violent felony, drug felony, and misdemeanor offenses over the last five years. Includes statewide, region or individual county summaries.  (See Also Felony Processing Report on Publications Page)

Raise the Age Proposal Data

As part of his 2016 Build to Lead Agenda, Governor Cuomo is re-introducing legislation to raise the age of criminal responsibility from 16 to 18. The following statistics detail arrest trends for 16- and 17-year-olds for the past decade as well as five years of data showing how arrests are disposed in the adult court system.

Juvenile Justice

New York State juvenile justice data are compiled by a variety of state and local agencies, including the Office of Children and Family Services, the Office of Court Administration, the Office of the New York City Criminal Justice Coordinator, the New York City Administration for Children’s Services and the New York City Police Department. DCJS partners with these agencies and others and compiles and analyzes juvenile justice data to produce a statewide picture of juvenile justice trends. Additional detail on the data presented in the files below is available in the Data Definitions and Technical Notes document.  

For additional DCJS Juvenile Justice information, please see the Juvenile Justice Reform and Juvenile Justice Advisory Group homepages.


Monthly/Quarterly Reports

Questions about the above and other statistical data may be submitted to: dcjsstats@dcjs.ny.gov.
All media inquiries should be addressed to pressinfo@dcjs.ny.gov or requested by phone at (518) 457-8828.