Criminal Justice Metrics

Court Filings



Felony Filings Year to Date 2013-2016

Felony filings reflect referrals received by the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for felonies in which it probable cause was determined a felony level offense had been committed and charges are then filed in Superior Court.  These exclude referrals which there was no action taken.  Each case may contain multiple charges within it. Some cases may also involve juveniles whose cases where initially filed in Juvenile Court then declined Superior Court. For Supporting Data Click Here: Excel or PDF

Juvenile Offender Cases Filed

Juvenile Offender filings reflect referrals received by the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, for both felony and misdemeanor offenses, in which probable cause was determined a crime had been committed and charges then filed. These exclude referrals which were diverted from filings, or there was no action taken.  Each case may contain multiple charges within it. As juvenile arrests have declined, so have the juvenile offender filings. For Supporting Data Click Here: Excel or PDF

Traffic Infractions



District Court Traffic Infractions

A traffic infraction is either a moving or non-moving violation.  An alleged violator has three options to resolve the infraction:

  1. Pay the penalty.
  2. Agree that they committed the violation and request a Mitigation Hearing to explain the circumstances.
  3. Challenge the violation and request a Contested Hearing.
The table above shows the total number of infraction cases filed in District Court, including those that were later dismissed, compared to those cases that were paid in full that year. A case may be paid in full in a different year than the violation occurred. For Supporting Data Click Here: Excel or PDF

Sheriff's Office Crime Clearance Rates


2015 Sheriff Clearance Rates by County
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Sheriff Officers Per Thousand By County



2015 Officers Per Thousand
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