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Delinquency Profile


2013-2014 Delinquency Profile

The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice's "electronic release" of data on delinquency arrests and dispositions, the Delinquency Profile,  examines Florida's juvenile justice system at several points of the juvenile justice continuum: 


  • Intake 
  • Disposition
  • Court-Diversion programs
  • Juvenile Probation
  • Residential Commitment
  • Transfers to the Adult Court System


The Profile uses data from the Juvenile Justice Information System (JJIS). The Profile covers a five-year period, ending in the most recent fiscal year.  In addition to statewide figures, the Profile makes it possible to access data broken down by judicial circuit and county level via an interactive web-based format. Data is presented in both tabular and graphic format, by offense type, race, age and sex. 

This year, the Profile has been simplified.   

  • The Dashboard tab displays five years of data using bar charts and tables with selection controls enabling a wide variety of data views
  • The Map tab uses an interactive map display as a selection control to view various delinquency indicators at county and statewide levels
  • The Circuit tab enables the user to compare various delinquency indicators by circuit
  • The Notes tab includes details of methodology, a glossary and changes from the previous Profile release.
Should earlier versions of the Profile be needed, please contact the Bureau of Research and Planning.

Getting Started

Click on the button below, which will open a new window in your browser to the website where the Profile is hosted. 


For questions regarding the Delinquency Profile, contact: 

 

 


Mark A. Greenwald, M.J.P.M.

Director of Research

Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
2737 Centerview Drive, Suite 3100
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3100

(850) 717-2627