Access to Juvenile Populations (1990-2013) provides
access to National, State, and County level population data
detailed by age, sex, race, and Hispanic ethnicity. Users
can view population profiles for a single jurisdiction or
create State Comparison or County Comparison tables. Resulting
tables can be saved and imported into spreadsheet software.
This application was updated on 8/1/2014.
Westat Data Explorer--Fourth National Incidence Study of Child Abuse and Neglect (NIS–4).
This new data analysis tool was developed by Westat with support of NCJJ's OJJDP-funded National Juvenile Justice Data Analysis Program.
The NIS–4 data, collected in 2005 and 2006 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Administration for Children and Families,
provide updated estimates of the number of children who are abused or neglected. NIS-4 data combine information about children whose
maltreatment was investigated by child protective services with data on maltreated children identified by professionals.
NIS-4 also provides information on the nature and severity of the maltreatment, as well as the characteristics of children, perpetrators,
and families involved.
Access to the FBI’s Supplementary Homicide Reports (1980-2012)
lets users access more than two decades of national and State data
on homicide victims and homicide offenders, including information
on the age, sex, and race of both victims and offenders,
the victim-offender relationship, and the type of weapon
used. Resulting tables can be saved and imported into spreadsheet
software for further analysis. This application was updated on
Access to NIBRS: Victims of Domestic Violence (2012) allows users to
analyze state-level data on victims of domestic violence based on information
collected by the FBI's National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS).
With EZANIBRSDV, users can explore the characteristics of domestic violence victims,
including demographic information of the victim (age, sex, and race), victim injury,
and the victim-offender relationship. Data are based on incidents reported in 2012
from law enforcement agencies in 34 states. This application was released on 8/1/2014.
Access to FBI Arrest Statistics (1994-2012) provides
access to National, State, and County level arrest statistics.
Users can choose between displays of arrests and arrest rates
for juveniles (persons under age 18), adults, or all ages
combined. Displays present arrest statistics in 29 detailed
offense categories. Resulting tables can be saved and imported
into spreadsheet software for further analysis. This application
was updated on 12/16/2014.
Access to Juvenile Court Statistics (1985-2012) lets
users access data on juvenile court processing of more than
40 million delinquency cases, including information on the
age, sex, and race of juveniles involved, the use of detention,
adjudication and disposition. This data analysis tool also includes
pre-formatted tables describing the demographic characteristics of
youth involved in the juvenile justice system and how juvenile courts
process these cases. This application was updated on 2/20/2015.
Access to State and County Juvenile Court Case Counts (1997-2011)
gives users quick access to the State and county juvenile
court case counts for delinquency, status offense, and dependency
cases. This application was updated on 12/16/2014.
Easy Access to the Census
of Juveniles in Residential Placement (1997-2011)
was developed to facilitate independent analysis of national data on the
characteristics of youth held in residential placement facilities, including
detailed information about the youth's age, sex, race/ethnicity, placement
status, length of stay, and most serious offense. This data analysis tool
includes a large set of pre-defined tables detailing the characteristics of
juvenile offenders in custody (age, sex, race/ethnicity, offense, type of
facility, and placement status). Users can view custody profiles for a single
jurisdiction or State Comparison tables. This application was updated on 10/30/2013.
Minority Contact Databook (1990-2011) presents the national DMC data
for the juvenile justice system and their Relative Rate Index Matrices
along with written interpretations of the findings. With this application,
users can review the raw counts and rates that characterize the processing
of delinquency cases by the juvenile justice system and then study the
RRI Matrix that helps to pinpoint and quantify the levels of racial disparity
introduced at various decision points within the system. This application was
updated on 5/22/2014.