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Juveniles on Probation

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) provide the latest answers to the most commonly asked questions about youth on probation. Here you will find information on how courts use probation and on the number and characteristics of cases that receive a probation disposition.

Probation as a Court Disposition

  • When is probation supervision used by the court? [Answer]
  • How many delinquency cases receive probation as the most restrictive disposition? [Answer]
  • What are the characteristics of cases placed on formal probation? [Answer]
  • Do trends in the number of adjudicated cases receiving probation vary by offense? [Answer]


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