Sadly I have no real world data since we haven't shot anyone with it since I switched my department over in 2008. Our last shootings were with Glock 22 .40s. Our chief wanted to switch us to .45 after the two shoots (lady took 8 rounds center mass and was still able to reload her shotgun before falling over and another guy took a glancing round to his temple, it went in the front, grazed his skull and went out the back, he was still able to run across a five lane street, through a parking lot, another five lane street then try to crawl under a van before I yanked him out). When he found out we would need new holsters and mag pouches if we switched to .45 he was going to scrap the idea until i mentioned 357sig in a Glock 31. Everything is the same except caliber. He knew I had been using 357 for my off duty weapons (Glock 32, 33, SIG P239, P229, HK USP Compact, HK P2000) and asked what research I did. I said none. USSS and FAMS use it and they did the research so he said good enough. That's how I got my department to support my 357 habit.
We have a new admin now and they were asking about switching to 9mm since a lot of agencies around us switched to 9mm. I said no. In seven years they can change (retiring in less than 7) but as long as I'm in charge, we sticking with 357. I have eight years of saved brass so far
I've shot the round into cars. Out of cars. Into bank windows. Into body armor. And I'm very happy with it. My issued weapon is a gen4 Glock 31 and my off duty guns are gen3 Glock 32 and 33 which I plan on replacing with twin gen4 32s this year.