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Number of people in prison from each New York county, 2010

FIPS Code, 2010 County name Number of people in state prison from county, 2010 Census population, 2010 Total population, 2010 Imprisonment rate per 100,000
36001 Albany County 1,326 304,204 305,530 434
36003 Allegany County 53 48,946 48,999 108
36005 Bronx County 5,561 1,385,108 1,390,669 400
36007 Broome County 537 200,600 201,137 267
36009 Cattaraugus County 137 80,317 80,454 170
36011 Cayuga County 164 80,026 80,190 205
36013 Chautauqua County 210 134,905 135,115 155
36015 Chemung County 287 88,830 89,117 322
36017 Chenango County 56 50,477 50,533 111
36019 Clinton County 134 82,128 82,262 163
36021 Columbia County 93 63,096 63,189 147
36023 Cortland County 102 49,336 49,438 206
36025 Delaware County 48 47,980 48,028 100
36027 Dutchess County 463 297,488 297,951 155
36029 Erie County 2,509 919,040 921,549 272
36031 Essex County 40 39,370 39,410 101
36033 Franklin County 77 51,599 51,676 149
36035 Fulton County 120 55,531 55,651 216
36037 Genesee County 165 60,079 60,244 274
36039 Greene County 66 49,221 49,287 134
36041 Hamilton County 1 4,836 4,837 21
36043 Herkimer County 116 64,519 64,635 179
36045 Jefferson County 116 116,229 116,345 100
36047 Kings County 8,344 2,504,700 2,513,044 332
36049 Lewis County 17 27,087 27,104 63
36051 Livingston County 139 65,393 65,532 212
36053 Madison County 75 73,442 73,517 102
36055 Monroe County 2,920 744,344 747,264 391
36057 Montgomery County 108 50,219 50,327 215
36059 Nassau County 1,350 1,339,532 1,340,882 101
36061 New York County 4,854 1,585,873 1,590,727 305
36063 Niagara County 538 216,469 217,007 248
36065 Oneida County 880 234,878 235,758 373
36067 Onondaga County 1,647 467,026 468,673 351
36069 Ontario County 318 107,931 108,249 294
36071 Orange County 882 372,813 373,695 236
36073 Orleans County 112 42,883 42,995 260
36075 Oswego County 216 122,109 122,325 177
36077 Otsego County 80 62,259 62,339 128
36079 Putnam County 47 99,710 99,757 47
36081 Queens County 3,488 2,230,722 2,234,210 156
36083 Rensselaer County 373 159,429 159,802 233
36085 Richmond County 763 468,730 469,493 163
36087 Rockland County 291 311,687 311,978 93
36089 St. Lawrence County 122 111,944 112,066 109
36091 Saratoga County 191 219,607 219,798 87
36093 Schenectady County 673 154,727 155,400 433
36095 Schoharie County 30 32,749 32,779 92
36097 Schuyler County 35 18,343 18,378 190
36099 Seneca County 52 35,251 35,303 147
36101 Steuben County 234 98,990 99,224 236
36103 Suffolk County 2,237 1,493,350 1,495,587 150
36105 Sullivan County 210 77,547 77,757 270
36107 Tioga County 71 51,125 51,196 139
36109 Tompkins County 108 101,564 101,672 106
36111 Ulster County 310 182,493 182,803 170
36113 Warren County 184 65,707 65,891 279
36115 Washington County 156 63,216 63,372 246
36117 Wayne County 211 93,772 93,983 225
36119 Westchester County 1,204 949,113 950,317 127
36121 Wyoming County 66 42,155 42,221 156
36123 Yates County 55 25,348 25,403 217

Sources and methodology

FIPS Code, 2010
FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) Codes are codes used by the Census Bureau to uniquely identify counties and county equivalents in the US. The first two digits are the FIPS state code (e.g., 36=NY); and the last three digits are the FIPS county code within the state (e.g., 001=Albany County). These are the FIPS Codes used in the 2010 Census.
County name
This is the county or county equivalent as defined by the Census Bureau for Census 2010.
Number of people in state prison from county, 2010
This is the number of people from each county in state prison as of 2010. See the methodology section of the report.
Census population, 2010
This is the population of the county as reported in the 2010 Census.
Total population, 2010
This is the total population of the countyas reflected in the 2010 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 counties of different population sizes.


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