Assembly Bill 953 - The Racial and Identity Profiling Act of 2015
Sheriff's Automated Contact Reporting (SACR) System
Civilian contacts are captured by the Sheriff's Automated Contact Reporting (SACR) system and are the source for the data listed on this page. The SACR system was designed to capture information to comply with California State Assembly Bill 953 (AB 953) - also known as the Racial and Identity Profiling Act of 2015. The bill requires state and local agencies that employ peace officers to report to the Attorney General data on all stops, as defined, conducted by the agency’s peace officers, and require that data to include specified information, including the time, date, and location of the stop, and the reason for the stop. Data collection specifications are defined in the California Code of Regulations document.
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All Contact Incidents
Each table row of this dataset represents one civilian contact incident. This is incident data only. For civilian data related to the contact, refer to the box below.
CONTACT INCIDENT COUNTS
All Persons Involved in Civilian Contacts
Each table row of this dataset represents a contacted civilian. To relate the civilian to the incident, use the Contact ID field.
CIVILIAN CONTACT COUNTS
Civilian Contact Details
ALL CONTACT INCIDENTS DATASET
For the "All Contact Incidents" dataset, each table row represents one civilian contact incident. This is incident level data only. The civilian data is the "All Persons Involved in Civilian Contacts" dataset.
ALL PERSONS INVOLVED IN CIVILIAN CONTACTS DATASET
For the "All Persons Involved in Civilian Contacts" dataset, each table row represents a civilian involved who is related to the contact incident. To relate the civilian to the incident, use the Contact ID field.
STATE APPROVED DATA
Published information found on this page is information collected by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and submitted for approval by the California Department of Justice (Cal DOJ).