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Heath discusses the issue of how most courts lack important data and the implications that this causes.
Roberts discusses where to find data for every stage of the criminal justice system. She begins with sources for incident-level and arrest data, such as jail bookings and blood-alcohol test results. Roberts then discusses where to find data about courts and sentencing; she includes sources like PACER, state criminal justice statistics centers and the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data. The tipsheet ends with sources for data about imprisonment and probation, such as the National Corrections Reporting Program.
Just like the title says, this tipsheet lists some helpful places to begin researching a story. It includes federal court databases, Autotrack and even your paper's morgue.
This handout contains a list of information helpful to reporters investigating the health care system, such as court data, state insurance department data, etc.