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Juveniles in Court

Law enforcement agencies refer approximately three-fifths of all arrests involving youth to juvenile court for further processing. This section of SBB quantifies the flow of cases through the juvenile court system. (more...)

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Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about youth in juvenile court. (more...)

Related Publications
Consult OJJDP publications that include statistics on juvenile courts and case processing. (more...)

National Juvenile Court Data Archive
The National Juvenile Court Data Archive houses the automated records of cases handled by courts with juvenile jurisdiction. The Archive was established by OJJDP to promote access to automated juvenile court data sets for juvenile justice research and policymaking efforts. The National Juvenile Court Data Archive Web site was developed to inform researchers about the available data sets and the procedures for use and access.


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Data Analysis Tools
Access easy-to-use tools for analyzing detailed statistics on juvenile court case processing. (more...)