Participation in Missouri

In January 2023, the St. Louis City Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) submitted a letter to the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs’ Bureau of Justice Assistance requesting intensive technical assistance to implement Justice Counts in Missouri, specifically the City of St. Louis. As stated in that letter, the St. Louis CJCC hopes to use Justice Counts to ensure that “our fellow state leaders have accurate, accessible, and actionable data to drive decisions about our criminal justice system.”

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What Leaders in Missouri Are Saying

“Data-driven decision making is only truly possible when the information provided is placed and used in context. The Justice Counts initiative allows jurisdictions to communicate that context to a variety of stakeholders. At the Missouri Department of Corrections, we have a long history of providing information about our system to key stakeholders and the public at large through a variety of reports and statistical narratives. We want to continue that tradition and take advantage of this new platform.”

David Edwards, Director of Office of Research, Planning, & Process Improvement, Missouri Department of Corrections

Are you with an agency in Missouri interested in participating in Justice Counts? The Justice Counts team is actively engaging agencies in your state. Book a short call with the team today to learn more and get started!

Missouri Justice Counts Data

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