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Juveniles in Corrections
Custody Data (1997-Present)
Q: What factors influence State residential placement rates?
A: Including status offenders and private facilities in the calculation of residential placement rates affects State rankings based on these rates.

State residential placement rates by facility type, 2010

State of offense Upper Age
of Juvenile
Court
Jurisdiction
Number of
Offenders
Residential placement rate
All
offenders
Delinquent
    offenders    
Status
  offenders  
  Public  
  Private  
Public Private
Rate Rank Rate Rank Rate Rank Rate Rate

U.S. total 70,792   225 153 62 3 7
Alabama 17 1,101   212 28 108 32 90 12 *1 15
Alaska 17 282   342 5 207 10 65 19 69 *0
Arizona 17 1,092   152 40 132 28 15 41 3 2
Arkansas 17 729   229 22 84 42 134 8 *1 10
California 17 11,532   272 11 245 4 24 35 2 0

Colorado 17 1,530   286 9 171 20 107 10 3 6
Connecticut 15 315   93 49 51 48 38 31 *1 *3
Delaware 17 252   270 12 212 8 55 22 *3 *0
District of Columbia 17 180   431 3 273 1 151 4 *7 *7
Florida 17 4,815   261 14 93 39 165 3 *0 2

Georgia 16 2,133   220 26 172 19 41 28 7 1
Hawaii 17 120   90 50 84 42 *5 47 *2 *2
Idaho 17 480   257 16 224 5 23 37 10 *2
Illinois 16 2,217   178 37 159 24 18 39 *0 2
Indiana 17 2,010   276 10 186 15 71 18 6 14

Iowa 17 738   227 24 71 47 135 7 *1 20
Kansas 17 843   264 13 198 13 55 22 5 6
Kentucky 17 852   186 34 166 22 8 45 *2 10
Louisiana 16 1,035   239 19 171 20 43 27 3 22
Maine 17 186   143 41 138 27 *5 47 *0 *0

Maryland 17 888   143 41 106 34 31 32 3 2
Massachusetts 16 663   115 45 48 50 64 20 *1 2
Michigan 16 1,998   208 30 107 33 83 14 5 14
Minnesota 17 912   159 38 101 36 50 25 5 3
Mississippi 17 357   106 47 93 39 12 44 *1 *0

Missouri 16 1,197   214 27 187 14 6 46 20 *1
Montana 17 192   192 32 144 26 39 29 *0 *6
Nebraska 17 750   378 4 199 12 133 9 6 38
Nevada 17 717   244 18 219 6 13 43 10 *1
New Hampshire 16 117   97 48 50 49 27 33 *0 22

New Jersey 17 1,179   123 43 118 30 4 49 *1 *0
New Mexico 17 576   250 17 201 11 44 26 *4 *0
New York 15 2,637   180 36 81 44 77 15 *0 22
North Carolina 15 849   112 46 77 45 26 34 *1 8
North Dakota 17 168   258 15 106 34 64 20 *14 74

Ohio 17 2,865   228 23 208 9 15 41 3 1
Oklahoma 17 639   157 39 116 31 39 29 *1 *1
Oregon 17 1,251   320 6 260 3 54 24 *1 5
Pennsylvania 17 4,134   317 7 77 45 214 1 *0 26
Rhode Island 17 249   236 20 94 38 136 6 *0 *6

South Carolina 16 984   235 21 153 25 72 16 6 5
South Dakota 17 504   575 1 271 2 205 2 14 86
Tennessee 17 789   117 44 91 41 23 37 *0 2
Texas 16 5,352   203 31 184 17 17 40 2 0
Utah 17 684   190 33 99 37 85 13 6 *1

Vermont 17 33   53 51 *14 51 24 35 *5 *10
Virginia 17 1,860   223 25 217 7 *1 51 5 *0
Washington 17 1,305   183 35 176 18 4 49 3 *0
West Virginia 17 561   317 7 186 15 107 10 10 12
Wisconsin 16 1,110   209 29 126 29 72 16 *1 9
Wyoming 17 255   440 2 161 23 140 5 26 119

Notes: State is where the offense occurred. The total for the United States includes 2,567 juveniles in private facilities for whom State of offense was not reported. U.S total does not include juveniles in tribal facilities. Rates are per 100,000 juveniles age 10 through upper age of jurisdiction. State ranks are based on unrounded rates.

To protect the confidentiality of juvenile residents all published data from the Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement (CJRP) are rounded to the nearest multiple of three. Each state cell is rounded independently, without consideration as to row or column totals. As a result, in many tables, the internal cells do not add to the marginal totals. Rates and percentages presented from CJRP are also based on rounded totals. More information on this rounding rule is available on the CJRP Databook Web site.

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Internet citation: OJJDP Statistical Briefing Book. Online. Available: http://www.ojjdp.gov/ojstatbb/corrections/qa08602.asp?qaDate=2010. Released on September 24, 2013.

Data Source: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement 2010 [machine-readable data files]. Washington, D.C.: OJJDP.

 

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