It presents national data on adult offenders supervised under probation or parole in 2019. It includes characteristics of the population, such as sex, race or Hispanic origin, and most serious offense.
The report details how offenders move onto and off community supervision, such as completing their term of supervision, being incarcerated, absconding, or other unsatisfactory outcomes while in the community.
Findings are based on data from BJS’s Annual Probation Survey, Annual Parole Survey, and Federal Justice Statistics Program.
These are the only national data collections that cover community corrections in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. federal system.