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Arrest Characteristics of Older Juveniles and Young Adults (NCJ 252572) January 2019
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This Data Snapshot draws on analysis from the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrest data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics (data years 19802014) and the OJJDP-sponsored National Center for Juvenile Justice (data years 20152017). Law enforcement agencies made an estimated 10.5 million arrests in 2017; nearly 30% involved persons ages 1524.