Idaho Statistical Analysis Center (ISAC)

The Idaho Statistical Analysis Center (ISAC) resides within the Planning, Grants and Research Department of the Idaho State Police. The overall purpose of ISAC, as established by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, is the systematic collection, analysis, and dissemination of statistics related to crime, illegal drugs, victim services, and the administration of justice. The purpose of our website is to provide criminal justice agencies and community organizations access to ISAC publications and other statistical information which can be used for development and analysis of policies, operations and programs.

Statistical Analysis Center Updates

New Publication: Idaho Sexual Violence Surveillance System: Initial Development and Data Analysis 

In 2019, the Idaho Statistical Analysis Center (ISAC) partnered with the Sexual Violence Prevention (SVP) Program at the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) to build a surveillance system and public-facing, interactive data dashboard that would monitor indicators of sexual violence in Idaho. The system is designed to be a resource for those interested in tracking indicators of sexual violence, including SVP and its subgrantees. Starting with a list of indicators selected by the SVP’s Evaluation Advisory Committee (EAC), ISAC selected 43 indicators to include in the system. ISAC also performed statistical tests on 14 indicators. This report summarizes the process of indicator selection, as well as the results of the statistical analyses. Explore Idaho Sexual Violence Data Surveillance System Dashboard.

ISAC receives Douglas Yearwood National Publication Award Winner for their publication “Idaho Criminal Justice Needs Assessment”

Results from a 2019 survey of criminal justice practitioners and community leaders to evaluate the state of the justice system in Idaho and to identify areas in need of additional resources.

This Web site is funded through a grant from the Bureau of Justice Statistics, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Neither the U.S. Department of Justice nor any of its components operate, control, are responsible for, or necessarily endorse, this Web site (including without limitation, its content, technical infrastructure, and policies, and any services provided).

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