Recidivism year after release

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Definitions: Recidivism means re-referral or re-arrest within one year after a youth is released from a committed residential placement. 

Number refers to number of youth released from a committed residential placement.

Percentage refers to percent of these youth that are re-arrested within 12 months.

Data Source: Department of Juvenile Services

Footnotes: Fiscal year is from July 1 to June 30

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