Criminal Justice Data Transparency

The Florida Legislature created Florida Statutes §900.05 and §943.6871 that establish a framework for an expanded criminal justice data collection and sharing that became known as a Criminal Justice Data Transparency (CJDT) initiative. The goal of the CJDT initiative is to increase public visibility of criminal justice processes throughout the state and to provide policymakers with the information they need to make informed policy decisions.

The legislation directs FDLE to collect and publish CJDT data received from seven (7) contributing bodies:

  1. Clerks of Court
  2. County Detention Facilities (jails)
  3. Florida Department of Corrections
  4. Justice Administrative Commission
  5. Public Defender Offices
  6. Regional Conflict Counsel
  7. State Attorney Offices
The CJDT data collection process established a state and local system capable of allowing electronic data transmission from the contributing agencies to FDLE.

More about the CJDT Data

Technical documentation for contributing agencies (restricted to CJNet users)

CJDT Dashboards

Administrative Dashboards
Arrest/Booking Reports – County Detention
Case Reports – Clerks of Court
Case Reports – State Attorneys
Incarceration/Supervision Reports – Florida Department of Corrections

Note: The CJDT presentations are updated monthly, with all data submissions from the participating agencies among the contributing bodies. The current data extract took place on May 1, 2022 and concludes with transmissions up until April 30, 2022. The dataset contains only adult records and includes the records of juveniles treated as adults.

***If you need further assistance please contact the FDLE CJDT team