Bureau of Justice Statistics has released 18 datasets from the Federal
Justice Statistics Program (FJSP) for the 2019 data year through the
National Archive of Criminal Justice Data. The FJSP covers seven stages
of federal criminal case processing:
Arrest refers to the arrest of a suspect by a federal law enforcement agency.
Prosecution refers to the investigation of criminal matters.
Pretrial release includes the release and detention of defendants before adjudication.
Adjudication covers the criminal court proceedings through case disposition.
Sentencing covers the sentences imposed on convicted defendants.
Appeals covers the cases filed and terminated on appeal.
Corrections includes the offenders under supervision (i.e., probation, supervised release, or parole) and offenders in prison.
program receives source data from the U.S. Marshals Service, Drug
Enforcement Administration, Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys,
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, U.S. Sentencing Commission,
and Federal Bureau of Prisons.