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Graph on a chalkboard that represents a decline in juvenile delinquency in Florida

Delinquency in Florida on the Decline. Floridians are less likely to be the victim of juvenile crime than at any other time since 1990. Juvenile delinquency has dropped across virtually all categories of offending, including serious and violent offenses. Read More >

About UsFind out about the mission and purpose of the Bureau of Research and Planning.Read More
ReportsFind out about juvenile recidivism in Florida, current youth program performance, delinquency in schools, and the disproportionate involvement of minorities with DJJ.Read More
Fast FactsAccess select briefing sheets and presentations generated by the Bureau of Research and Planning and examine five year trends and conditions.Read More
Data Integrity / JJISData Integrity Officers ensure that data and information entered into the Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS) is accurate throughout the Department of Juvenile Justice.Read More
Delinquency DataSee data about the DJJ civil citation initiative, the the outcome of PACT assessments, and overall statistics for the Juvenile Justice system throughout Florida.Read More
Latest InitiativesLearn more about Civil Citation, the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI), and the Juvenile Justice System Improvement Project (JJSIP).Read More
Institutional Review Board (IRB) RequestsResearchers may contact the IRB if they are interested in working with DJJ on a research effort. In order to protect the rights of the youth, the IRB carefully reviews each research proposal.Read More
ContactsView the contact information for the Research & Planning staff and Data Integrity Officers.Read More