Juvenile delinquency in North Carolina
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Definitions: The number and rate per 1,000 juveniles age 6 to 15 with delinquent complaints received by court services offices.
Data Source: North Carolina Juvenile Justice Section: Juvenile Crime Prevention Council County Data Book.
North Carolina's juvenile justice system jurisdiction extends to youth age 6 to17 charged with status/undisciplined offenses and juveniles age 6 to 15 charged with misdemeanors and felonies. Youth age 16 and older charged with misdemeanors or felonies are prosecuted in adult courts.
Last updated August 2022.
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