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The Criminal Justice Research Division is an essential source of information for local communities on public safety and public health, crime data, and crime-reduction strategies being implemented countywide. The division publishes comprehensive reports, information bulletins, and brief topical papers covering many aspects of the justice system including adult and juvenile arrest data, domestic violence incidents, drug abuse, resident opinion surveys, and regional crime statistics. The Division also offers independent and objective evaluation of specific programs geared to address crime, social, and quality of life issues in the region.
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Analysis conducted as part of this project included who was incarcerated in San Diego County, how these individuals compared to the general population, how the detainee population changed in recent years, and more.