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2006 New York State Yearbook Banner Section H: Public Safety and the Criminal Justice System

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    Information on public safety in New York State — including police; crime rates; courts; prisons; children and family services; discrimination; and fire fighting.

    Highlights

  • There were approximately 55,000 full-time uniformed police in New York State in 2004. Sixty-five percent were employed by the New York City Police Department.
  • The crime rate in New York State was 2,588.0 per 100,000 population in 2004. This includes murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny, and motor vehicle theft.
  • There were approximately 4.1 million filings in New York State trial courts in 2004.
  • There were 63,000 inmates in state correctional facilities in November 2005. Over 95 percent of the inmates were men.
  • Over 86 percent of all discrimination complaints filed in New York State in fiscal year 2005-06 were employment related.
  • There were 1.2 million fire department calls in New York State in 2004, including fires, rescue/EMS, and false alarms; about 90,000 of these calls were for fires.

H-1

Municipal Police Employees, Uniformed and Civilian, and Police Vehicles, NYS by County: 2003 and 2004

H-2

Sheriff Department Employees, Uniformed and Civilian, and Sheriff Department Vehicles, NYS by County: 2003 and 2004

H-3

Statewide Police Information Network (NYSPIN), NYS: 2000-05

H-4

Crimes Reported/Known to Police by Type of Crime, NYS by County: 2004

H-5

Index Crimes and Crime Rates, NYS by County: 2000-04

H-6

Adults Arrested for Major Felony and Misdemeanor Offenses by Sex and Age, NYS: 2004

H-7

Adults Arrested for Major Felony and Misdemeanor Offenses, NYS by County: 2004

H-8

Filings and Dispositions in Trial Courts, NYS: 2004

H-9

Supreme and County Criminal Courts: Felony Cases — Filings and Dispositions, NYS by County: 2004

H-10

Caseload Activity in the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court by Department, NYS: 2004

H-11

Caseload Activity in the Appellate Terms, NYS: 2004

H-12

Processing of Persons Arrested, All Felony Arrests, NYS: 2000-04

H-13

Processing of Persons Arrested, All Personal Offense Felony Arrests, NYS: 2000-04

H-14

Processing of Persons Arrested, All Property Offense Felony Arrests, NYS: 2000-04

H-15

Processing of Persons Arrested, All Drug Offense Felony Arrests, NYS: 2000-04

H-16

Sentences for Convictions for Selected Felonies by Type and Seriousness of Crime, NYS: 2004

H-17

Prisoners Under the Jurisdiction of State and Federal Correction Authorities, US by State: Selected Years 1990-2003 and Percent Change: 2002-03

H-18

Inmate Population Counts, NYS, NYC, and County Correctional Facilities: November 1994 — November 2005

H-19

Inmate Deaths in State and Local Correctional Facilities, NYS: 2005

H-20

Inmates Under Custody in NYS Correctional Facilities by Security Level and Facility: March 31, 2005

H-21

Admissions to and Releases from NYS Correctional Facilities by Type of Admission or Release: Fiscal Years 1996-97 — 2004-05

H-22

Demographic Characteristics of Inmates Under Custody in NYS Correctional Facilities:  March 31, 2005

H-23

Criminal Characteristics of Inmates Under Custody in NYS Correctional Facilities: March 31, 2005

H-24

Inmates Under Custody in County Jails and Penitentiaries, NYS by County: December 31, 2005

H-25

Total Admissions to and Discharges from County Jails and Penitentiaries, NYS: 2004

H-26

Demographic Characteristics of Inmates Admitted to County Jails and Penitentiaries, NYS: 2004

H-27

Offense Characteristics of County Unsentenced Admissions and Inmates Sentenced to County Jails and Penitentiaries, NYS: 2004

H-28

Inmates Under Custody in NYC Correctional Facilities, NYC: 1990-2005

H-29

Admissions to NYC Correctional Facilities, NYC: 2004

H-30

Admissions to Police Department Lockups in Cities, Towns, and Villages: NYC and Rest of State: 1990-2004

H-31

Persons on Parole and Caseload Changes, NYS: Fiscal Years 2000-01 — 2004-05

H-32

Demographic Characteristics of Parolees, NYS: Fiscal Years 2000-01 — 2004-05

H-33

Outcome of Parole Supervision, NYS: Fiscal Years 2000-01 — 2004-05

H-34

Admissions to Office of Children and Family Services Programs by Type of Offense, NYS: 1999-04

H-35

Abuse and Maltreatment by Reports Registered, NYS: 1974-2004

H-36

Selected Characteristics of Juveniles Admitted to Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) Rehabilitative Services Programs, NYS: 1999-04

H-37

Crime Victims' Claims and Compensation Awards, NYS: Fiscal Years 1967-68 — 2004-05

H-38

Community Dispute Resolution Centers Workload, NYS by County: 2004

H-39

Active Discrimination Caseloads, NYS: 1999-2006

H-40

Discrimination Intake and Case Resolution and Median Investigation Time, NYS: Fiscal Years 2000-01 — 2005-06

H-41

Outcome of Discrimination Hearings by Jurisdiction and Type of Outcome, NYS: Fiscal Year 2002-03

H-42

Discrimination Regional Caseload by Age of Case, NYS: 2001-06

H-43

Major Causes of Residential Fires by Type of Residence and Major Causes of Fire Injuries and Deaths, NYS (Excluding NYC): 2004

H-44

Fire Department Calls by Type of Incident, NYS and NYC: 2001-04

H-45

Fire-Related Casualties to Civilians and Firefighters, NYS: 1982-2004

H-46 Pistol Licenses Issued, NYS by County: 1995-2006
Figures  
H-1

Median Investigation Time of Descrimination Cases by Days, NYS: Fiscal Years 2000 & 2005

H-2

Discrimination Complaints Filed by Bases Cited, NYS: Fiscal Year 2005-06

H-3

Discrimination Complaints Filed by Jurisdiction, NYS: Fiscal Year 2005-06

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