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Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center
The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) is housed in the Office of Criminal Justice Statistics at the OSBI with partial funding from the Bureau of Justice Statistics and support from the Justice Research and Statistics Association. The SAC serves as a clearinghouse for state criminal justice information in Oklahoma and is the central contact point for local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies. In addition to answering research requests from law enforcement agencies, state and local researchers, and the public, staff also works on multiple grant-funded projects during the year. The third statewide crime victimization survey will be published in 2016. Staff also collect data on all arrest-related deaths, including officer-involved shootings. For more information on current projects, please visit the Current Projects tab.
• Criminal Justice Research
SAC staff also works closely with the Field Services Unit, which is responsible for the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, which includes both the summary reporting system and the incident-based reporting system. For more information about the UCR Program, please visit the Uniform Crime Reporting page on the main OSBI Website.
The mission of the Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center is to collect, analyze, and publish criminal justice research and statistics to assist in ensuring the safety and security of the citizens of Oklahoma.
Q: What are SACs?
A: Please visit the tab on the left
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