Question: Subsidized housing, criminal justice, and evictions

There are laws and regulations about federally subsidized housing that
allow local housing authorities to evict (or deny leasing) to people with certain criminal histories.

Yet, it is probable that many communities with high rates of arrest, incarceration, parole, probation, etc., also overlap with public housing and Section 8 tenants.

There does not though seem to be any documentation of whether or not people in these communities are actually getting evicted from subsidized housing or the scale of these evictions if any. Are the evictions regulations actually being used?