A wide range of national statistics related to juvenile crime are available through OJJDP.gov, the website for the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, a division of the Justice Department. However, the... More »

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The FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program is the main source of crime statistics for all known offenses committed in the United States each year. The UCR program collects data from local criminal justice agencies a... More »

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According to the National Report Series the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention released in 2013, about 51 percent of state-operated juvenile detention centers in 2010 held 70 percent of juvenile offend... More »

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Find FBI crime statistics at the Department of Justice website OJJDP.gov. Click Statistics on the left-hand navigation bar. From the subsequent page, mouse over Data Analysis Tools in the menu bar and select the Law Enfo... More »

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There are numerous causes of juvenile delinquency, including domestic violence, living in areas of poverty and high crime rates, inadequate social support and lack of access to education. Juvenile delinquency affects mal... More »

Street crime statistics vary significantly from one city to another. According to information provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1,163,146 violent crimes occurred nationwide in 2013. More »

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The FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program is the main source of crime statistics for all known offenses committed in the United States each year. The UCR program collects data from local criminal justice agencies a... More »

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