On December 31, 2009, state and federal correctional authorities had jurisdiction over 1,613,740 prisoners, an increase of 3,981 prisoners from yearend 2008 (figure 1).1This 0.2% increase marked the third consecutive year of slower growth in the U.S. prison population and the smallest increase during the decade. Jurisdiction refers to the legal authority over a prisoner, regardless of where the prisoner is held. The slowing in the growth of the total U.S. prison population masked an increase in the federal prison population (3.4%) during 2009, while the number of prisoners under jurisdiction of state correctional authorities declined by 0.2%, the first decline in the state prison population since 1977. The increase in the growth rate of the federal prison population reflected a shift from the general pattern of declining annual growth rates in that population. The decline in the growth rate of the state prison population during 2009 continued the 3-year trend of declining annual growth rates for state prisoners. Prisoners in 2009
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