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Data Snapshot

OJJDP's Data Snapshot series is intended to disseminate current research about youth in the juvenile justice system. Each one-page Snapshot focuses on a specific topic (e.g., arrests of youth, juveniles in residential placement, victims of violence) and highlights policy-relevant findings in a visually compelling way.


YearTitle
2020
202001
draws on data from the Center for Disease Control's Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System to document the trends and characteristics of dating violence reported by high school students. (released March 2020)
2019
201907
draws on national estimates derived from the FBIís Uniform Crime Reporting Program to document declines in juvenile arrests since 1980. (released December 2019)
2019
201906
draws on data from the Center for Disease Control's Fatal Injury Reports to document the characteristics and trends of youth victims of suicide and homicide. (released September 2019)
2019
201905
draws on data from OJJDPís National Juvenile Court Data Archive to document the characteristics and trends of delinquency cases resulting in a disposition of probation. (released August 2019)
2019
201904
draws on data from OJJDPís National Juvenile Court Data Archive to document the trends and characteristics of cases judicially waived to criminal court. (released July 2019)
2019
201903
draws on OJJDP's Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement to document what is known about detained and committed youth in residential placement facilities. (released July 2019)
2019
201902
draws on data from OJJDPís National Juvenile Court Data Archive to document the workload of the nationís juvenile courts. (released May 2019)
2019
201901
uses national arrest data to compare arrests of juveniles ages 15 to 17 with arrests of adults ages 18 to 20 and 21 to 24. (released January 2019)
2018
201804
draws on data from OJJDPís National Juvenile Court Data Archive to document the workload of the nationís juvenile courts. (released October 2018)
2018
201803
draws on data from OJJDPís Juvenile Residential Facility Census to highlight changes in facility practices around screening and providing services. (released May 2018)
2018
201802
draws on data from OJJDPís National Juvenile Court Data Archive to document the workload of the nationís juvenile courts. (released May 2018)
2018
201801
highlights trends and characteristics of girls at various stages in the juvenile justice system. (released January 2018)
2017
201703
uses data collected by the FBIís Supplementary Homicide Reports to highlight trends and characteristics of youth homicide victims. (released November 2017)
2017
201702
highlights trends and case processing characteristics of delinquency cases involving Hispanic youth. (released September 2017)
2017
201701
highlights data collected by OJJDP's Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement. (released July 2017)
2016
201602
draws on OJJDPís Juvenile Residential Facility Census data. (released August 2016)
2016
201601
uses data collected by the FBIís National Incident-Based Reporting System. (released April 2016)
2015
201501
highlights data collected by OJJDP's Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement. (released October 2015.)

 

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