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CJTC Certification Database
Public database as required by SB 5051 in 2021
WA Motor Vehicle Thefts
Uses data made available by WASPC for 2021 and 2022.
WA Pursuit Fatalities: 2015-2021
An examination of the deaths associated with vehicular pursuits by law enforcement.
Crime rates in WA 2012-2020
Report based on NIBRS data, downloaded from the official Washington State website for the OFM Statistical Analysis Center. You can view/download the data here: https://sac.ofm.wa.gov/sites/default/files/public/cjdb/nibrs.html
Independent Prosecutor Legislation: 2020-21
This report summarizes the legislative bills in all states that address prosecution of law enforcement officers for criminal offenses (including, but not limited to, homicides of civilians).
WA since 2000
Homicides by law enforcement in WA State since 2000, with interactive map, breakdowns by victim demographics, law enforcement agencies and time trends, and list of names with url for media coverage.
WA County Comparison: pre vs. post 940
Compares the number and population adjusted risk of being killed by law enforcement across the 39 counties of WA, with breakdowns by race
Clark County, WA Analysis
This report examines the numbers and rates of persons killed by police in the top 10 counties in WA state (by population size). The focus is on Clark County, which has seen a rise in the population-adjusted number of persons killed by police, and a widening of the racial disparities in this risk.
State trends in the risk of being killed by police 2000-2020
This report tracks the changes in the population adjusted risk of being killed by police, measured as the annual number of persons killed divided by the state population in each year. The data come from the Fatal Encounters Project (https://fatalencounters.org) and the US Census.
Homicides by law enforcement in the US since 2000
This report provides summary information on the number, trends, and breakdowns of persons killed by law enforcement in the US since 2000. The data come from the Fatal Encounters project: https://fatalencounters.org/
WA since 2010
Homicides by police in WA State since 2010 - based on the Fatal Encounters Project data
Seattle since I-940
Persons killed by law enforcement in the city of Seattle since I-940 became law.
Hot Pursuit Fatalities in WA State
Reports number and percent of incidents, broken down by agency, for two time frames: since 2015 and since I-940. Includes urls for articles and an interactive map
Homicides by law enforcement in Louisiana since 2015
This report breaks down deadly force incidents by demographics, geography and law enforcement agency. An interactive map is included. The data come from the Fatal Encounters project.
Homicides by law enforcement in California since 2015
This report breaks down deadly force incidents by demographics, geography and law enforcement agency. An interactive map is included. The data come from the Fatal Encounters project.
Deadly Force Incidents Since I-940 by Legislative District
This report provides information on the deadly force incidents caused by law enforcement officers in Washington state since the passage of Initiative 940. The number of deaths are broken down by legislative district, and a complete table of persons killed in each district is provided.
WA since 2015
This report tracks the number of persons killed during encounters with police in the state of Washington, from 2015 thru the current date. The source of data is a merged file from Fatal Encounters (https://fatalencounters.org/) and the Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/investigations/police-shootings-database/). The cases are broken down by a number of attributes, trends over time are shown, and a comparison of the cases found in each dataset is provided at the end.
WA since Initiative 940
This document reports on the number of people killed by police in Washington State since the passage of Initiative 940 (Dec 6, 2018). The source of data is a merged file from Fatal Encounters (https://fatalencounters.org/) and the Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/investigations/police-shootings-database/). The cases are broken down by a number of attributes, and a comparison of the cases found in each dataset is provided at the end.
Test maps
First leaflet test maps