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Juvenile Justice Data

New York State juvenile justice data is housed in many different agencies at both the state and local levels.  While there is no one comprehensive juvenile justice data system, the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS), in active partnership with the Office of Children and Family Services, the Office of Court Administration, the Office of the New York City Criminal Justice Coordinator, and the New York City Administration for Children’s Services, compiles juvenile justice data across the continuum of juvenile justice agencies to produce a statewide picture of juvenile justice trends.

Compilations of that data, from arrest through placement, across New York State, can be accessed here:

Juvenile Justice Data Definitions

  • Juvenile Justice Definitions
  • Annual Data Reviews

    County Level Data

    Regional Data Packets

    The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) developed maps that illustrate the extent of juvenile crime, family court juvenile delinquency activity, juvenile out of home placement activity, and some indicators of risk and need by county across New York State. Download the most recent set of maps.