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Number of people in prison in 2020 from each Syracuse neighborhood

Syracuse neighborhoods Number of people in state prison from each neighborhood, 2020 Census population, 2020 Total population, 2020 Imprisonment rate per 100,000
Lakefront 3 490 493 609
Washington Square 52 4,737 4,789 1,086
Eastwood 61 14,347 14,408 423
Salt Springs 65 5,874 5,939 1,094
University Hill 9 11,430 11,439 79
Southwest 81 2,677 2,758 2,937
Near Westside 150 6,008 6,158 2,436
Skunk City 33 2,395 2,428 1,359
Brighton 138 5,575 5,713 2,416
Outer Comstock 29 5,283 5,312 546
Elmwood 59 4,285 4,344 1,358
North Valley 58 5,836 5,894 984
South Valley 33 7,015 7,048 468
Far Westside 28 3,169 3,197 876
Hawley-Green 16 1,932 1,948 821
Prospect Hill 20 1,876 1,896 1,055
Court-Woodlawn 34 6,903 6,937 490
Lincoln Hill 31 4,481 4,512 687
Sedgwick 11 3,476 3,487 315
Northside 143 14,058 14,201 1,007
Downtown 16 3,465 3,481 460
Tipp Hill 11 3,963 3,974 277
Park Ave. 47 2,789 2,836 1,657
University Neighborhood 3 3,760 3,763 80
South Campus 0 2,926 2,926 0
Winkworth 5 2,046 2,051 244
Strathmore 26 4,853 4,879 533
Franklin Square 0 811 811 0
Westcott 11 4,873 4,884 225
Meadowbrook 14 5,846 5,860 239
Near Eastside 26 1,935 1,961 1,326
Southside 97 5,615 5,712 1,698

Sources and methodology

Syracuse neighborhoods
This is the neighborhood as updated by the City of Syracuse in 2017.
Number of people in state prison from each neighborhood, 2020
This is the number of people from each neighborhood in state prison as of 2020. See the methodology section of the report.
Census population, 2020
This is the population of the neighborhood as reported in the 2020 Census.
Total population, 2020
This is the total population of the 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 neighborhood of different population sizes.


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