Number of people in prison in 2020 from each Los Angeles County health district

Los Angeles County health districts Number of people in state prison from each Los Angeles County health district, 2020 Census population, 2020 Total population, 2020 Imprisonment rate per 100,000
Alhambra 954 339,399 340,346 280
Antelope Valley 2,512 420,697 419,935 598
Bellflower 1,312 356,465 357,777 367
Central 1,373 354,750 355,326 386
Compton 2,110 278,815 280,925 751
East LA 830 195,082 195,912 424
East Valley 1,492 443,569 445,020 335
El Monte 1,694 419,797 421,491 402
Foothill 1,008 308,499 309,359 326
Glendale 788 344,450 345,238 228
Harbor 769 201,739 200,947 383
Hollywood-Wilshire 1,525 479,505 481,002 317
Inglewood 2,237 411,617 413,854 541
Long Beach 2,390 469,439 471,592 507
Northeast 1,280 287,613 288,885 443
Pasadena 560 140,361 140,921 397
Pomona 1,983 547,523 549,506 361
San Antonio 1,700 407,864 409,554 415
San Fernando 1,347 526,877 528,061 255
South 1,923 193,899 195,822 982
Southeast 1,167 166,374 167,541 697
Southwest 2,831 379,199 381,900 741
Torrance 1,449 465,691 467,136 310
West 1,545 666,399 667,912 231
West Valley 2,547 899,111 901,643 282
Whittier 1,110 321,720 322,788 344

Sources and methodology

Los Angeles County health districts
This is the County of Los Angeles’ health district as drawn by the Department of Public Health in 2011. For more information on health districts and how they are used by the Department of Public Health, please see the Health Districts Profiles from the County of Los Angeles Public Health Department.
Number of people in state prison from each Los Angeles County health district, 2020
This is the number of people from each Los Angeles County health district in state prison as of 2020. See the methodology section of the report.
Census population, 2020
This is the population of the Los Angeles County health district as reported in the 2020 Census.
Total population, 2020
This is the total population of the Los Angeles County health district as reflected in the 2020 Census plus the imprisoned population.
Imprisonment rate per 100,000
This is the number of imprisoned people divided by the total population and then multiplied by 100,000. It allows ready comparison of the frequency of imprisonment between each Los Angeles County health district of different population sizes.


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