These links provide direct access to other Web-based resources
for statistics related to juvenile offending. A brief description
of each link is included.
Bureau of Justice Statistics. Comprehensive access to statistics
on crime, victimization, and criminal offenders. Includes online versions of all BJS publications and
a variety of data analysis tools.
Crime Reports. National statistics on crime and victims from
the FBI's UCR program.
the Future: A Continuing Study of American Youth. Access to
data from an ongoing study of the behaviors, attitudes, and values
of secondary school students, college students, and young adults.
Includes detailed trend data on drug use.
Archive of Criminal Justice Data. Data files from federal agencies,
state agencies, and investigator-initiated research projects, archived
and made available to users for secondary statistical analysis.
Frequently accessed files include the National Crime Victimization
Survey, the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, the FBI's
UCR Program (national and county-level data) and National Incident-Based
Reporting System, and Monitoring the Future: A Continuing Study
of American Youth.
Longitudinal Survey of Youth. Access to data from the
U.S. Department of Labor's ongoing survey of a nationally
representative sample of 9,000 youth. Although the survey
focuses on labor market and educational experiences, it also
provides detailed information on other topics such as deviant
and delinquent behavior, including school violations, theft
offenses, and use of alcohol and drugs.
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