Federally funded resource offering justice and substance abuse information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide. The database contains summaries of more than 180,000 criminal justice publications, including Federal, State, and local government reports; books; research reports; journal articles; and unpublished research. Links to several full text documents (1995 forward) are also available
On a typical day in the United States, police officers make more than 50,000 traffic stops. Our team is gathering, analyzing, and releasing records from millions of traffic stops by law enforcement agencies across the country.
Public opinion archive from the Roper Center / iPoll. Over 10,000 questions cover attitudes of and about Blacks in America going back decades. Includes listing of major polls through the decades and a historical context essay. Use the topic Blacks/African Americans in iPoll for all questions.
In Philadelphia, 21 people convicted of murder have been exonerated since 2018. But those account for a fraction of cases in which witnesses and defendants made allegations that detectives fabricated statements, coerced confessions, or engaged in other improper techniques. Some of those allegations were not considered credible by the courts. This database aims to provide context by allowing you to review and filter allegations and learn about some cases in which people have alleged misconduct.