The number dropped to 90 from 145 for fiscal 2020. That number a decline from 203 recommendation prosecutions for 2019. That means the total has fallen by 125.6 percent over two years.
There was no discussion of factors in the changes in specific statistics in the report
The number of indictments fell 14 percent to 110 for FY 2021 from 128 the prior year and 138 for FY 2019. Sentencings remained level year-to-year at 111 in the most recently ended year and 112 for Fiscal 2020 and down from 154 the prior year.
Overall, criminal investigations were relatively unchanged. There were 2,591 in Fiscal 2021, compared to 2,596 the prior year. Those totals were up from 2,485 in Fiscal 2019.
The number of indictments rebounded sharply in 2021 to 1,856, an increase of 22.8 percent from 1,512 for fiscal 2020. That was down from 1,800 in 2019. The number of sentencings rose slightly to 1,268, up 3.4 percent from 1,226. That compared to 1,726 in 2019.