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Number of people in prison in 2020 from each Missoula neighborhood

Missoula neighborhoods Number of people in state prison from each Missoula neighborhood, 2020 Census population, 2020 Total population, 2020 Imprisonment rate per 100,000
Captain John Mullan 6 7,520 7,526 80
Farviews/Pattee Canyon 2 3,310 3,312 60
Franklin to the Fort 15 7,852 7,867 191
Grant Creek 4 3,527 3,531 113
Heart of Missoula 6 3,589 3,595 167
Lewis & Clark 4 3,091 3,095 129
Lower Rattlesnake 2 1,970 1,972 101
Marshall Canyon 0 298 298 0
Miller Creek 2 5,355 5,357 37
Moose Can Gully 4 4,925 4,929 81
Northside 12 3,043 3,055 393
River Road 7 3,713 3,720 188
Riverfront 2 2,970 2,972 67
Rose Park 6 4,905 4,911 122
South 39th Street 4 2,525 2,529 158
Southgate Triangle 3 3,316 3,319 90
Two Rivers 0 3,549 3,549 0
University District 4 6,271 6,275 64
Upper Rattlesnake 0 4,211 4,211 0
Westside 36 5,367 5,403 666

Sources and methodology

Missoula neighborhoods
This is the Missoula neighborhood as drawn in 2021.
Number of people in state prison from each Missoula neighborhood, 2020
This is the number of people from each Missoula neighborhood in state prison as of 2020. See the methodology section of the report.
Census population, 2020
This is the population of the Missoula neighborhood as reported in the 2020 Census.
Total population, 2020
This is the total population of the Missoula neighborhood 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 Missoula neighborhood of different population sizes.


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