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Law Enforcement and Juvenile Crime
(NCJ 191031) December 2001
OJJDP National Report Series, Bulletin, 32 page(s)
Snyder, H. N.
Presents statistics on the extent and characteristics of juvenile arrests in 1999, with trends from the 1980s. Using data compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, this Bulletin offers the reader a wealth of information on juvenile crime, including arrest rates for violent and property crimes, drug and weapon offenses, and violations of alcohol and curfew/loitering laws; arrest trends by gender and race/ethnicity; and characteristics of homicide victims and offenders. This is the first Bulletin in OJJDP's new Juvenile Offenders and Victims National Report Series. The Bulletin includes 94 charts, 2 data maps, and 7 tables.
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