Justice Divided

Justice Divided uses public data to demonstrate how youth of color in Chicago are disproportionately punished by the juvenile justice system for the same behaviors seen in other youth. Through graphic representations and heat maps, Justice Divided aggregated juvenile arrest data by district.

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Crime and Punishment in Chicago

Through an index of data sources, Crime and Punishment in Chicago aims to catalog the criminal justice system from moment of arrest to prison inmate data. Specifically, the project looks at eight consecutive features of the criminal justice system: (1) Victimization; (2) Call for Service; (3) Incidents; (4) Arrest; (5) Prosecution; (6) Jail; (7) Court; (8) Prison.

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Citizens Police Data Project

Currently, the Invisible Institute has made sense of 56,000 data sets through the CPDP. Through the beta version of the portal, visitors can access the cause and result of allegations made against CPD officers by police district, ward, police beat, and neighborhood. Additionally, visitors can search officer's units, ranks, history of complaints, date of joining the force, race, and sex. Other data includes co-accussed offers, category of accused crime, and the background of complainants. 

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