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Juvenile Justice System and Risk Factor Data - Illinois Criminal ...

Juvenile Justice System and Risk Factor Data - Illinois Criminal ...

Juvenile Justice System and Risk Factor Data - Illinois Criminal

State of Illinois Pat Quinn, Governor Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority Jack Cutrone, Executive Director Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission Juvenile Justice System and Risk Factor Data 2007 Annual Report

  • Page 3 and 4: Prepared for The Illinois Juvenile
  • Page 5 and 6: Table of contents Foreword ........
  • Page 7 and 8: List of Tables Table 1: Legislative
  • Page 9 and 10: List of Figures Figure 1: Flowchart
  • Page 11: List of Maps Map 1: Percent change
  • Page 14 and 15: Executive summary The Illinois Crim
  • Page 16 and 17: Correctional inmates with children
  • Page 18 and 19: Sentencing Probation On Dec. 31, 20
  • Page 20 and 21: Corrections In fiscal year 2007, fe
  • Page 22 and 23: Disproportionate Minority Contact B
  • Page 24 and 25: collection as it has been described
  • Page 26 and 27: The flowchart presented in Figure 1
  • Page 28 and 29: Revisions to Illinois’ Juvenile C
  • Page 30 and 31: Illinois Juvenile Court Act revisio
  • Page 32 and 33: Risk factor data Juvenile delinquen
  • Page 34 and 35: Data summary Community context The
  • Page 36 and 37: Figure 3 Poverty rates for Illinois
  • Page 38 and 39: domestic incidents were much higher
  • Page 40 and 41: C rimes against youth Research indi
  • Page 42 and 43: School context Research has shown t
  • Page 44 and 45: Suspensions During AY07, 174,930 st
  • Page 46 and 47: Dropouts During AY07, there were 25
  • Page 48 and 49: Juvenile justice system data Popula
  • Page 50 and 51: ethnicity. As a result, the race ca
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    Map 1 Percent change in rate of you

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    Figure 15 Rate of delinquency petit

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    Adjudications In Illinois, the rate

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    Detention data After a police offic

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    Data summary In 2007, there were 14

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    Map 4 Percent change in rate of you

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    these juveniles unless a juvenile c

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    Probation data Probation department

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    Map 6 Percent change in rate of you

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    Map 7 Percent change in rate of you

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    There was a decrease in the rate of

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    Corrections data The Illinois Depar

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    Figure 21 Rate of admissions to IDJ

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    Court commitments to IDJJ of 13 to

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    Admissions to IDJJ of 17 to 20 year

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    increasing after 2001. Between 2001

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    Gathering local data Before calcula

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    Juvenile population data used in ca

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    RRI rates are calculated per 1,000

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    Map 10 Black youth arrest relative

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    Map 11 Black youth detention relati

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    Corrections In FY07, IDJJ commitmen

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    Map 14 Hispanic youth IDJJ relative

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    Status offenders in secure detentio

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    Table 16 shows the number of youth

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    RENEW is to create female-responsiv

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    Offenses against a person accounted

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    Dually involved youth Dually involv

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    Data summary In 2003, the Administr

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    Map 15 Number of youth court progra

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    State initiatives The following sta

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    creating an automatic notification

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    Park, Little Village, North Lawndal

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    Conclusion This report provides all

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    Reduce disproportionate minority co

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    Appendix A: Glossary Term Abused ch

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    Court commitment Court evaluation C

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    Group home Home detention Home reco

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    Mandatory transfer A motion filed b

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    Treatment Alternatives for Safe Com

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    Appendix C: Regional classification

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    Appendix E: Detention screening ins

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    Appendix F: Offense categories for

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    Appendix G: Resources The inclusion

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    Annie E. Casey Foundation 701 St. P

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    Appendix H: Data tables section The

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    Table 31: Number of admissions to s

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    Table 1: Number of services to yout

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    Table 2: Number of services to yout

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    Table 3: Number of unemployed, FY02

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    Table 4: Estimated median household

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    Table 5: Estimated number of youth

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    Table 6: Monthly average number of

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    Table 7: Number of reported domesti

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    Table 8: Number of reported cases o

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    Table 9: Number of indicated cases

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    Table 10: Number of reported cases

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    Table 11: Number of indicated cases

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    Table 12: Number of reported crimes

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    Table 13: Number of inmates admitte

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    Table 14: Number of students report

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    Table 15: Number and sex of truant,

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    Table 16: Number of students suspen

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    Table 17: Number of students expell

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    Table 18: Number of high school dro

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    Table 19: Youth population age 10-1

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    Table 20: Youth population by race

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    Table 21: Number of youth arrests b

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    Table 22: Number of youth arrests b

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    Table 23: Number of youth arrests b

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    Table 24: Number of youth arrests b

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    Table 25: Number and type of court

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    Table 26: Number and type of youth

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    Table 27: Number of delinquency pet

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    Table 28: Number of youth admission

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    Table 29: Number of youth admission

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    Table 30: Number of youth admission

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    Table 31: Number of youth admission

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    Table 32: Number of youth admission

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    Table 33: Average daily population

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    Table 34: Number of youth transfers

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    Table 35: Number of active youth fo

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    Table 36: Number of active informal

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    Table 37: Number of youth delinquen

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    Table 38: Number of youth probation

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    Table 39: Number and type of court

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    Table 40: Number and type of youth

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    Table 41: Number and type of youth

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    Table 42: Number and type of youth

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    Table 43: Number of youth commitmen

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    Table 44: Number of youth (age 13 t

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    Table 45: Number of youth (age 13 t

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    Table 46: Number of youth released

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    Table 47: Representation index (RI)

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    Table 48: Representation index (RI)

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    Table 49: Representation index (RI)

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    20 Smith, Carolyn A., Alan J. Lizot

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