Delinquency cases committed in Florida
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Delinquency cases committed
Definitions: The number of delinquency cases committed to the Department of Juvenile Justice at a restrictiveness level defined by statute for the purpose of exercising active control of the child. The residential commitment programs range from low-security programs for less serious offenders to long-term programs for more severe juvenile offenders.
Data Source: Office of Research and Data Integrity, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Tallahassee, FL
Footnotes: Data for groups less than 10 are represented by an * due to confidentiality.
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FPI is Florida's partner in the KIDS COUNT network dedicated to tracking the well-being of children, young adults and families. We are committed to disseminating high-quality national, state and local data to help drive policymaking and improve the lives of children, young adults and families in the Sunshine State. Our analyses of well-being indicators across the state, with a particular focus on geographic and demographic inequities, provide critical insight into the quality of life for children and families.