Reports and Dashboards

Learn about the DOC through various data and studies.

Multiple reports are provided by the Planning, Research and Statistics Bureau of the Department of Corrections (DOC). The topics of these reports by the years or time frames they were produced are found in this section.

Crimelines Report: The 20 Year Story of Crime & Incarceration

Joint Performance Measures for the Department of Corrections and the PA Parole Board monitor process efficiencies and outcome effectiveness of the common goals for both agencies.

2018 County Adult Probation and Parole Annual Statistical Report

Previous reports on County Adult Probation and Parole can be found on the PBB website.

Year End Inmate Statistics (as of December 31 of each year)



2022 Recidivism Report | 2013 Recidivism Report

State Intermediate Punishment Reports


Recidivism Risk Reduction Incentive

RRRI 2018RRRI 2016RRRI 2014

Quehanna Motivational Boot Camp

2016 Quehanna Boot Camp Report
Quehanna Boot Camp Performance Analysis & Evaluation Study

Restraining Pregnant Females (Act 45 of 2010) - FY Summaries

FY 2012-2013FY 2013-2014FY 2014-2015
FY 2015-2016FY 2016-2017FY 2017-2018
FY 2018-2019
FY 2019-2020
FY 2020-2021
FY 2021-2022
FY 2022-2023

Annual Statistical Reports


Historical Annual Statistical Reports


The Planning, Research and Statistics Bureau maintains multiple dashboards to keep on-going statistics. The dashboards include:

DOC-PBPP Dashboard

The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections (DOC) and the Pennsylvania Parole Board (PBB) are jointly responsible for managing various administrative processes that are key drivers of the state prison population. These key areas of the joint DOC/PBB operations dashboard which affect the prison population include:

  • Interviews: Parole Board capacity for scheduling and conducting parole interviews
  • Pending Release: Inmates approved for parole but still pending release from prison for various reasons
  • Release: The number of inmates released onto parole supervision, either in a community corrections center (halfway house) or at home
  • Parole Violator: Re-admission to PA DOC custody for a parole violation

The primary objective of this dashboard is to provide a tool for monitoring/managing progress towards improvements in these areas which will enable more efficient management of the prison population. By achieving improvements in these areas, the ultimate outcomes will be cost reduction, public safety enhancement, and prison population reduction.