Found 64 results for "Case Processing"

 Year  Title
2001 

Delinquency Cases Waived to Criminal Court, 1989-1998

Charles Puzzanchera

This Fact Sheet presents estimates of the number of cases transferred from juvenile court to criminal court through the judicial waiver mechanism between 1989 and 1998. These estimates are based on data from nearly 2,100 jurisdictions representing almost 70 percent of the U.S. juvenile population (youth age 10 through the upper age of original juvenile court jurisdiction in each State).

2001 

Juvenile Delinquency Probation Caseload, 1989-1998

Meghan Black

This two page Fact Sheet provides information on the number of delinquency cases placed on probation between 1989 and 1998.

2001 

Delinquency Cases in Juvenile Courts, 1998

Anne Stahl

Presents statistics related to delinquency cases processed by U.S. juvenile courts in 1998. Drawing on data from almost 2,100 courts with jurisdiction over nearly 70 percent of the U.S. juvenile population, this Fact Sheet highlights various aspects of delinquency cases, including gender, age, race, detention, intake, waiver, and adjudication and disposition.

2002 

Juvenile Court Placement of Adjudicated Youth, 1989-1998

Charles Puzzanchera

Presents data on juvenile delinquency cases that resulted in out-of-home placement between 1989 and 1998. This Fact Sheet, which is based on the Report Juvenile Court Statistics, 1998, includes the numbers of such cases and percentages of change for each type of delinquency offense and compares statistics for white youth, black youth, and youth of other races. Although the number of adjudicated cases that resulted in out-of-home placement increased between 1989 and 1998, the overall …

2002 

Robbery Cases in Juvenile Court, 1989-1998

Paul Harms

Reports on the nature of robbery cases handled by juvenile courts between 1989 and 1998, with data based on the OJJDP report, Juvenile Court Statistics 1998.

2002 

Burglary Cases in Juvenile Court, 1989-1998

Carl McCurley

Discusses the burglary caseload handled by juvenile courts between 1989 and 1998. This Fact Sheet is based on the Report Juvenile Court Statistics 1998, which derives its national estimates from data contributed by nearly 2,100 courts with jurisdiction over 70 percent of the U.S. juvenile population in 1998.

2003 

Delinquency Cases Waived to Criminal Court, 1990-1999

Charles Puzzanchera

This Fact Sheet presents estimates of the number of cases transferred from juvenile court to criminal court through the judicial waiver mechanism between 1990 and 1999. Fifty-seven percent of delinquency cases handled in 1999 were handled formally; that is, a petition was filed requesting an adjudication or waiver hearing. This Fact Sheet is based on the forthcoming Report Juvenile Court Statistics 1999.

2003 

Juveniles in Court

Melissa Sickmund

This OJJDP Bulletin provides national statistics and an overview of how courts process cases involving juvenile offenders. It summarizes state statutes that define who is under juvenile court jurisdiction and how juvenile courts transfer juveniles to criminal court. Also discussed are research findings about court handling of very young.

2003 

Delinquency Cases in Juvenile Courts, 1999

Anne Stahl

Presents statistics on delinquency cases processed by juvenile courts in 1999. The number of delinquency cases handled by juvenile courts increased 27 percent between 1990 and 1999. During this time, the number of drug law violation cases increased 169 percent, public order offense cases increased 74 percent, person offense cases increased 55 percent, and property offense cases decreased 9 percent. This Fact Sheet is based on the forthcoming Report Juvenile Court Statistics 1999'

2003 

Juvenile Court Placement of Adjudicated Youth, 1990-1999

Charles Puzzanchera

Presents data on juvenile delinquency cases that resulted in out-of-home placement between 1990 and 1999. Of the adjudicated delinquency cases in 1999, 24 percent resulted in a judicial disposition of out-of-home placement (i.e., placement in a residential treatment center, juvenile corrections facility, foster home, or group home); 62 percent resulted in an order of probation; 10 percent resulted in some other disposition, such as restitution, fines, community service, or referral to other treatment agencies; and …

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