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Prisoner Escape Details and Charts

Trooper Trap - your only known source of prisoner transport escape statistics.

View the charts below or click on the Year to see detailed information for that year.

Transporting in the back seat of a caged unit does not mean your prisoner is secure. 
 

2007 Reported Escape Events
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Prisoner Location

Front
9

2.3%

Back
371

94.4%

Unknown
13

3.3%

Prisoner Screen

No Cage
11

2.8%

Cage
364

92.6%

Unknown
18

4.6%

Vehicle Status

Damage
217

55.2%

Stolen
43

10.9%

Officer Status

Injured
20

5.1%

Killed
3

0.8%

Prisoner Status

Injured
36

9.2%

Killed
6

1.5%

Total escapes include subjects standing outside the police car that escaped and weapons stolen from police cars.
These only indicate the number of Reported Escapes found via Google News for 2007.


2006 Reported Escape Events
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Prisoner Location

Front
18

4.0%

Back
412

91.6%

Unknown
20

4.4%

Prisoner Screen

No Cage
27

6.0%

Cage
384

85.3%

Unknown
39

8.7%

Vehicle Status

Damage
279

62.0%

Stolen
73

16.2%

Officer Status

Injured
55

12.2%

Killed
2

0.4%

Prisoner Status

Injured
65

14.4%

Killed
13

2.9%


Total escapes include subjects standing outside the police car that escaped and weapons stolen from police cars.


2005 Reported Escape Events
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Prisoner Location

Front
15

2.9%

Back
449

87.7%

Unknown
48

9.4%

Prisoner Screen

No Cage
26

5.1%

Cage
431

84.2%

Unknown
65

12.7%

Vehicle Status

Damage
298

58.2%

Stolen
58

11.3%

Officer Status

Injured
90

17.6%

Killed
2

0.4%

Prisoner Status

Injured
74

14.5%

Killed
11

2.1%


Total escapes include subjects standing outside the police car that escaped and weapons stolen from police cars.


2004 Reported Escape Events
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Prisoner Location

Front
11

3%

Back
260

82%

Unknown
44

14%

Prisoner Screen

No Cage
15

4%

Cage
224

71%

Unknown
76

24%

Vehicle Status

Damage
145

46%

Stolen
57

18%

Officer Status

Injured
49

15%

Killed
2

1%

Prisoner Status

Injured
33

10%

Killed
16

5%

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Total escapes include subjects standing outside the police car that escaped and weapons stolen from police cars.


2003 Reported Escape Events
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Prisoner Location

Front
7

10%

Back
48

70%

Unknown
13

19%

Prisoner Screen

No Cage
7

10%

Cage
39

57%

Unknown
22

32%

Vehicle Status

Damage
8

11%

Stolen
45

66%

Officer Status

Injured
8

11%

Killed
0

0%

Prisoner Status

Injured
6

8%

Killed
3

4%

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Total escapes include subjects standing outside the police car that escaped and weapons stolen from police cars.


2002 Reported Escape Events
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Prisoner Location

Front
2

5%

Back
22

59%

Unknown
13

35%

Prisoner Screen

No Cage
1

2%

Cage
17

46%

Unknown
19

51%

Vehicle Status

Damage
2

5%

Stolen
21

56%

Officer Status

Injured
3

8%

Killed
0

0%

Prisoner Status

Injured
5

13%

Killed
0

0%


Total escapes include subjects standing outside the police car that escaped and weapons stolen from police cars.
Damaged means damaged unit only, does not include any stolen police cars.
Stolen does not include any subject that could have been placed in the police unit.
(Example: Subject runs from stolen vehicle and circles around then steals police car, is not counted.)
 

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