COMPSTAT Operational Performance Measures
How to request a COMPSTAT report? To request these reports, please email the Office of Research Data Concierge Service: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adult Institutions 13-month statistical reports grouped by mission-based program areas:
- Female Offenders
- General Population Males
- High Security
- Reception Centers
- Incident metrics on the Adult Institutions 13 Month Statistical report from January 2020 to present do not contain a value due to updates in report processing. The Office of Research is currently working on updating the Incident section of this report.
Adult Counting Rules
Juvenile Justice 13-month statistical reports grouped by the facility, region, or office:
- Population and static reports have been removed due to non-compliance with GC Section 11135, Title II of the ADA, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the California Unruh Act. To request additional information email: juvenileData.Requests@cdcr.ca.gov.
Juvenile Counting Rules
What is COMPSTAT?
COMPSTAT: CompStat or COMPSTAT (short for COMPuter STATistics or COMParative STATistics) is the name given to the New York City Police Department’s accountability process and has since been replicated in many other departments. COMPSTAT is a management philosophy or organizational management tool for police departments, roughly equivalent to Six Sigma or TQM, and is not a computer system or software package.
COMPSTAT is a system-wide collaborative approach to collecting, validating, and reporting strategic and operational performance data for business management purposes. COMPSTAT aids CDCR’s ability to monitor program functions, identify areas of concern, and employ data-driven decision making processes to correct deficiencies. The responsibilities and functionality of COMPSTAT have increased considerably since the inception of its current computerized configuration in 2008. COMPSTAT currently produces five regularly scheduled data products:
13-Month COMPSTAT Report: These summary statistical reports are published monthly and span the most recent 13 months of data collection.
CDCR’s Annual Performance Measures Report: This legislatively mandated annual report contains over 1,300 data elements covering a rolling three years of the Department’s fiscal, programmatic, and operational activities.
Senate Bill 601 (SB601) Statistical Reports: These brief statistical reports are posted on CDCR’s internet site on a quarterly basis for each adult institution and contain, among other information: inmate population statistics, staff position and vacancy information, overtime and sick leave usage hours, deaths, behavior incidents, inmate appeals information, contraband seizures, and figures for rehabilitative programs. SB601 reports are linked under Reports and Statistics on each adult facility landing page.