Found 64 results for "Case Processing"

 Year  Title
1999 

Juvenile Court Processing of Delinquency Cases, 1987-1996

Anne Stahl

Presents national data on delinquency cases processed by juvenile courts from 1987 through 1996. National estimates were generated using information from the National Juvenile Court Data Archive which gathered data from 1,800 jurisdictions containing 67 percent of the U.S. juvenile population. Analysis of data found that more than half of delinquency cases handled by juvenile courts in 1996 were formally processed, and the number of formally processed delinquency cases increased 78 percent between 1987 and …

1999 

Delinquency Cases Waived to Criminal Court, 1987-1996

Anne Stahl

Presents data from the National Juvenile Court Data Archive on cases transferred from juvenile court to criminal court via judicial waiver between 1987 and 1996. The profile of cases waived to criminal court changed considerably between 1987 and 1996. Prior to 1992, more property offense cases than person offense cases were waived. In 1996, although waived person offense cases (43 percent) still outnumbered property offense cases (37 percent), the gap had closed somewhat. From 1989 …

1999 

Juvenile Court Statistics 1996

Howard Snyder, Melissa Sickmund, Anne Stahl, Nancy Tierney, Terrence Finnegan, Rowen Poole

This report, published in July 1999 by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and written by staff members from the National Center for Juvenile Justice, offers information about the juvenile court in 1996. According to the preface, 'This is the 70th report in the Juvenile Court Statistics series. It describes the delinquency and status offense cases handled between 1987 and 1996 by U.S. courts with juvenile jurisdiction. National estimates of …

1999 

Delinquency Cases in Juvenile Courts, 1996

Anne Stahl

Presents statistics on delinquency cases processed in juvenile courts in 1996. Juvenile courts in the United States processed an estimated 1.8 million delinquency cases in 1996. The number of delinquency cases handled by juvenile courts increased 49% between 1987 and 1996. Since 1987, the number of drug law violation cases increased 144%, person offense cases increased 100%, public order offense cases increased 58%, and property offense cases increased 23%. These estimates are based on data …

2000 

Juvenile Vandalism, 1997

Anne Stahl

This report provides data on arrests and formal court processing of juvenile vandalism cases in the United States for 1997 and between 1988 and 1997.

2000 

Delinquency Cases Waived to Criminal Court, 1988-1997

Charles Puzzanchera

Presents estimates of the number of cases transferred from juvenile court to criminal court through judicial waiver between 1988 and 1997. In 1997, U.S. courts with juvenile jurisdiction handled nearly 1.8 million delinquency cases. More than half of these cases were handled formally (that is, a petition was filed requesting an adjudication or waiver hearing). In 1997, waivers to criminal court represented less than 1 percent of the formally processed delinquency caseload.

2000 

Juvenile Court Placement of Adjudicated Youth, 1988-1997

Charles Puzzanchera

This Fact Sheet reports out-of-home placements for youth adjudicated by courts as delinquent offenders from 1988 to 1997.

2000 

Juvenile Delinquency Probation Caseload, 1988-1997

Meghan Scahill

This fact sheet offers information on juvenile delinquency probation caseload for the years 1988 through 1997.

2000 

Delinquency Cases in Juvenile Courts, 1997

Anne Stahl

This report offers information on delinquency cases in juvenile courts in 1997. Sections of the document discuss the following topics: counts and trends; gender; age; race; delinquency cases by most serious offense; detention; intake decision; waiver to criminal court; and adjudication and disposition.

2000 

Juvenile Court Statistics 1997

Howard Snyder, Anne Stahl, Charles Puzzanchera, Nancy Tierney, Terrence Finnegan

This report uses national estimates of juvenile court caseloads in 1997, which were based on analyses of approximately 917,400 automated case records and court-level statistics that summarize more than 217,400 additional cases. The data used in the analyses were contributed to the National Juvenile Court Data Archive by nearly 2,000 courts with jurisdiction over 71 percent of the juvenile population in 1997. First, the report presents national estimates of petitioned and non petitioned delinquency cases

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