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1 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Montana Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Montana from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 5.4% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School % 16.3% 15.6% 19.% Births to Teenage Mothers % 12.2% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Montana? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 2 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 4,5 Larceny 3, 1,5 Burglary Auto Theft Assault Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Montana? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 1, , , Percent Change 15% 36% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

2 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Montana for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Drugs Montana Statistical Profile The population of Montana increased 9.9% from 199. The estimated population for was 88, Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? New Commitments Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases Violent Weapons As of, 33.7% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 13.3% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 3%. The median household income in was $29,212. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $194.4 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was , per 1, population Montana 133

3 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Nebraska Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Nebraska from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 2.6% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 9.8% 18.2% 14.% 9.8% 1.5% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Nebraska? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 4 3 Assault Property Crime Trends per 1, population 3,3 Larceny 2,2 1,1 Burglary Auto Theft Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Nebraska? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 2,86 1, ,992 1,22 3,17 1,236 Percent Change 11% 14% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

4 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Nebraska for these crime types? per 1, juveniles 3 2 Drugs Nebraska Statistical Profile The population of Nebraska increased 4.8% from 199. The estimated population for was 1.7 million. 1 Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? New Commitments Conditional Releases Violent Weapons Unconditional Releases As of, 51.3% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 13.8% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 1%. The median household income in was $34,692. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $367.4 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 1, ,2 1,5 per 1, population Nebraska 135

5 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Nevada Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Nevada from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 4.1% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 11.% 14.6% 12.6% 13.5% 21.2% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Nevada? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 6 4 Assault Property Crime Trends per 1, population 6, 4, Larceny Burglary 2, Auto Theft Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Nevada? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 2,749 1, ,747 1,649 3,875 2,71 Percent Change 41% 118% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

6 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Nevada for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population Drugs Violent Weapons 1995 New Commitments Nevada Statistical Profile The population of Nevada increased 37.5% from 199. The estimated population for was 1.7 million. As of, 85.7% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 11.5% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 15% Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases The median household income in was $38, How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $722.6 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 1, , per 1, population Nevada 137

7 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators New Hampshire Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in New Hampshire from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed 199 Below Poverty Level % 3.1% 6.3% 9.1% Did Not Graduate High School % 14.9% Births to Teenage Mothers % 7.8% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in New Hampshire? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population Property Crime Trends per 1, population 5 3, Larceny 2, 1, 48 Burglary 36 Auto Theft Assault Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in New Hampshire? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 1, , , Percent Change 18% 27% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

8 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in New Hampshire for these crime types? per 1, juveniles 2 15 Drugs New Hampshire Statistical Profile The population of New Hampshire increased 5.5% from 199. The estimated population for was 1.2 million. 1 5 Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Violent Weapons New Commitments Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases As of, 59.8% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 12% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 3%. The median household income in was $4,998. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $295.6 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 1, per 1, population New Hampshire 139

9 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators New Jersey Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in New Jersey from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 5.1% Below Poverty Level % 9.3% Did Not Graduate High School % 23.3% Births to Teenage Mothers % 7.8% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in New Jersey? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 4 3 Assault 2 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 1 3,3 Larceny 2,2 Burglary 4 1,1 3 Auto Theft 2 1 Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in New Jersey? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 26,692 6, ,697 7,276 29,52 7,647 Percent Change 11% 14% - 14 Crime and Justice Atlas 2

10 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in New Jersey for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? New Commitments Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases Drugs Violent Weapons New Jersey Statistical Profile The population of New Jersey increased 3.8% from 199. The estimated population for was 8.1 million. As of, 1% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 13.6% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 4%. The median household income in was $48,21. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $3.7 billion. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 7, , 1,5 2, 2,5 per 1, population New Jersey 141

11 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators New Mexico Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in New Mexico from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 6.2% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 21.2% 24.9% 22.% 16.3% 17.9% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in New Mexico? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 8 6 Assault 4 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 2 4, Larceny 3, Robbery 2, Burglary 75 1, Auto Theft 5 25 Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in New Mexico? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 3,353 1, ,63 1,584 3,947 1,791 Percent Change 18% 17% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

12 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in New Mexico for these crime types? per 1, juveniles 3 2 Drugs New Mexico Statistical Profile The population of New Mexico increased 13.4% from 199. The estimated population for was 1.7 million. 1 Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases New Commitments Violent Weapons As of, 56.7% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 11.4% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 26%. The median household income in was $3,86. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $587.9 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 2, , per 1, population New Mexico 143

13 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators New York Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in New York from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 6.4% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 16.5% 2.% 9.1% 1.7% 25.2% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in New York? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 8 6 Robbery Property Crime Trends per 1, population 3,3 2,2 Larceny Burglary 1,1 Auto Theft Assault Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in New York? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 46,524 13, ,241 15,68 66,86 16,711 Percent Change 42% 24% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

14 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in New York for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population New Commitments Drugs Violent Weapons New York Statistical Profile The population of New York increased.8% from 199. The estimated population for was 18.2 million. As of, 91.8% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 13.3% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 1%. 1 5 Conditional Releases The median household income in was $35, How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Unconditional Releases 1988 Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $1 billion. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 3, ,2 1,5 per 1, population New York 145

15 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators North Carolina Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in North Carolina from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 3.6% Below Poverty Level % 11.4% Did Not Graduate High School % 3.% Births to Teenage Mothers % 14.3% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in North Carolina? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 5 Assault 375 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 3,3 Larceny 2,2 1,1 Burglary Auto Theft Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in North Carolina? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 14,328 4, ,44 5,765 17,983 6,637 Percent Change 26% 51% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

16 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in North Carolina for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Drugs Violent Weapons 1995 Conditional Releases New Commitments Unconditional Releases North Carolina Statistical Profile The population of North Carolina increased 11.6% from 199. The estimated population for was 7.5 million. As of, 66.8% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 12.5% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 4%. The median household income in was $35,84. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $2.3 billion. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 12, ,2 1,6 2, per 1, population North Carolina 147

17 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators North Dakota Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in North Dakota from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 2.5% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School % 13.6% 17.4% 23.3% Births to Teenage Mothers % 9.1% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in North Dakota? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 6 Assault 4 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 2,4 Larceny 1,6 2 Robbery 8 Burglary Auto Theft Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in North Dakota? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 1, , , Percent Change 8% 17% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

18 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in North Dakota for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Drugs North Dakota Statistical Profile The population of North Dakota increased.6% from 199. The estimated population for was 638, Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Violent Weapons New Commitments Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases As of, 42.7% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 14.4% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to decrease 2%. The median household income in was $31,661. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $11.9 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was per 1, population North Dakota 149

19 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Ohio Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Ohio from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 4.6% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 11.% 13.8% 13.8% 13.3% 24.3% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Ohio? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 3 Assault Property Crime Trends per 1, population 2 1 Robbery 3,3 2,2 1,1 Larceny Burglary Auto Theft Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Ohio? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 19,27 6, ,548 7,817 22,467 9,793 Percent Change 18% 43% - 15 Crime and Justice Atlas 2

20 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Ohio for these crime types? per 1, juveniles 2 15 Drugs Ohio Statistical Profile The population of Ohio increased 3.2% from 199. The estimated population for was 11.2 million. 1 5 Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Unconditional Releases New Commitments Conditional Releases Violent Weapons As of, 81.1% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 13.4% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to decrease 6%. The median household income in was $36,134. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $3.7 billion. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 11, ,2 1,5 per 1, population Ohio 151

21 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Oklahoma Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Oklahoma from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 4.1% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 13.7% 14.8% 16.2% 16.9% 25.4% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Oklahoma? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 5 Assault 375 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 3,3 Larceny 2,2 Burglary 1,1 Auto Theft Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Oklahoma? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 6,756 2, ,582 3,283 6,837 3,324 Percent Change 1% 16% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

22 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Oklahoma for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Drugs Violent Oklahoma Statistical Profile The population of Oklahoma increased 5.3% from 199. The estimated population for was 3.3 million Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population Weapons New Commitments As of, 6.2% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 13.4% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase % Conditional Releases The median household income in was $31, How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Unconditional Releases Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $78.5 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 3, ,2 1,5 per 1, population Oklahoma 153

23 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Oregon Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Oregon from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 5.8% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 11.6% 18.5% 15.3% 12.% 12.5% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Oregon? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 4 3 Assault Property Crime Trends per 1, population 4,5 3, Larceny Burglary 1,5 Auto Theft Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Oregon? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 4,631 1, ,4 1,728 5,282 2,47 Percent Change 14% 4% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

24 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Oregon for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Conditional Releases New Commitments Unconditional Releases Drugs Violent Weapons Oregon Statistical Profile The population of Oregon increased 13.5% from 199. The estimated population for was 3.3 million. As of, 7.2% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 13.2% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 7%. The median household income in was $37,247. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $1billion. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 2, ,2 1,6 2, per 1, population Oregon 155

25 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Pennsylvania Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Pennsylvania during this period that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 5.2% Below Poverty Level % 11.2% Did Not Graduate High School % 25.3% Births to Teenage Mothers % 1.4% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Pennsylvania? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population Property Crime Trends per 1, population Assault Robbery 2,4 1,6 8 Larceny 3 Burglary Auto Theft 2 1 Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Pennsylvania? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 22,226 4, ,239 3,644 23,38 3,99 Percent Change 4% -9% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

26 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Pennsylvania for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Violent Pennsylvania Statistical Profile The population of Pennsylvania increased 1% from 199. The estimated population for was 12 million Drugs Weapons As of, 84.6% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? New Commitments 1988 Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 15.9% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to decrease 6%. The median household income in was $37,517. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $3.7 billion. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 1, ,2 1,5 per 1, population Pennsylvania 157

27 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Rhode Island Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Rhode Island from 199 to that that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed 199 Below Poverty Level % 5.3% 7.5% 12.7% Did Not Graduate High School % 28.% Births to Teenage Mothers % 1.7% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Rhode Island? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 4 3 Assault 2 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 1 3,3 Larceny 2,2 Burglary 4 1,1 3 Auto Theft 2 1 Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Rhode Island? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 2, , , Percent Change 5% 15% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

28 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Rhode Island for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? New Commitments Unconditional Releases Drugs Violent Weapons Conditional Releases Rhode Island Statistical Profile The population of Rhode Island decreased 1.8% from 199. The estimated population for was 988,. As of, 93.8% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 15.6% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 4%. The median household income in was $34,797. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $355.8 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 1, ,2 1,8 2,4 3, per 1, population Rhode Island 159

29 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators South Carolina Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in South Carolina from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 4.5% Below Poverty Level % 13.1% Did Not Graduate High School % 31.7% Births to Teenage Mothers % 16.4% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in South Carolina? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 8 6 Assault 4 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 2 4, Larceny 3, Robbery 2, Burglary 6 1, Auto Theft 4 2 Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in South Carolina? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 7,28 1, ,22 2,628 9,129 2,95 Percent Change 27% 49% - 16 Crime and Justice Atlas 2

30 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in South Carolina for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Drugs South Carolina Statistical Profile The population of South Carolina increased 8.3% from 199. The estimated population for was 3.8 million Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? New Commitments Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases Violent Weapons As of, 69.6% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 12.2% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 3%. The median household income in was $34,262. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $978.5 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 5, ,2 1,5 per 1, population South Carolina 161

31 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators South Dakota Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in South Dakota from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 3.1% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 16.5% 14.4% 1.8% 12.2% 22.9% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in South Dakota? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 2 15 Assault 1 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 5 2,4 Larceny 1,6 6 8 Burglary Auto Theft 4 2 Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in South Dakota? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 1, , , Percent Change 16% 51% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

32 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in South Dakota for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population New Commitments Drugs Violent Weapons South Dakota Statistical Profile The population of South Dakota increased 4.9% from 199. The estimated population for was 738,. As of, 33.3% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 14.3% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 2%. 8 4 Conditional Releases The median household income in was $29, How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Unconditional Releases 1988 Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $161.4 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was , per 1, population South Dakota 163

33 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Tennessee Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Tennessee from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 5.4% Below Poverty Level % 14.3% Did Not Graduate High School % 32.9% Births to Teenage Mothers % 16.3% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Tennessee? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 6 Assault 4 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 2 3, Larceny 2, Burglary 6 1, Auto Theft 4 2 Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Tennessee? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 9,54 4, ,629 5,326 12,448 7,599 Percent Change 3% 64% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

34 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Tennessee for these crime types? per 1, juveniles 15 1 Drugs Tennessee Statistical Profile The population of Tennessee increased 1% from 199. The estimated population for was 5.4 million. 5 Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population 12 Violent Weapons Conditional Releases As of, 68% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 12.5% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 6%. 8 4 New Commitments Unconditional Releases The median household income in was $3, How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $1.3 billion. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 5, , per 1, population Tennessee 165

35 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Texas Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Texas from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 5.4% Below Poverty Level % 16.7% Did Not Graduate High School % 27.9% Births to Teenage Mothers % 16.1% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Texas? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population Assault Property Crime Trends per 1, population 4,5 Larceny 3, Burglary 1,5 Auto Theft Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Texas? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 36,268 2, ,363 24,45 45,669 26,51 Percent Change 26% 27% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

36 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Texas for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population Conditional Releases Drugs Violent Weapons Texas Statistical Profile The population of Texas increased 13.6% from 199. The estimated population for was 19.8 million. As of, 84.2% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 1.1% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 21% New Commitments The median household income in was $35, How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Unconditional Releases 1988 Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $6.7 billion. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 38, ,4 2,1 2,8 3,5 per 1, population Texas 167

37 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Utah Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Utah from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 3.1% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 8.9% 14.9% 1.5% 1.3% 1.5% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Utah? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 3 2 Assault Property Crime Trends per 1, population 1 Robbery 4,5 3, 1,5 Larceny Burglary Auto Theft Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Utah? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 3, , ,87 1,71 Percent Change 34% 114% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

38 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Utah for these crime types? per 1, juveniles 3 2 Drugs Utah Statistical Profile The population of Utah increased 19.4% from 199. The estimated population for was 2.1 million. 1 Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Violent Weapons Conditional Releases New Commitments Unconditional Releases As of, 77.1% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 8.8% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 18%. The median household income in was $42,775. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $558.9 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 1, , per 1, population Utah 169

39 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Vermont Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Vermont from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 4.% Below Poverty Level % 9.3% Did Not Graduate High School % 15.6% Births to Teenage Mothers % 8.4% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Vermont? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population Property Crime Trends per 1, population 5 3,3 Larceny 2,2 Assault Robbery 1,1 Burglary Auto Theft Rape 12 Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Vermont? Year Sworn Officers Civilians Percent Change 5% -2% - 17 Crime and Justice Atlas 2

40 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Vermont for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? Drugs Violent Weapons New Commitments Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases Vermont Statistical Profile The population of Vermont increased 4.3% from 199. The estimated population for was 591,. As of, 27.7% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 12.3% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to decrease 1%. The median household income in was $35,53. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $135.2 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was , 1,5 2, 2,5 per 1, population Vermont 171

41 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Virginia Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Virginia from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 4.% Below Poverty Level % 12.7% Did Not Graduate High School % 24.8% Births to Teenage Mothers % 11.% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Virginia? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 3 2 Assault Property Crime Trends per 1, population 1 Robbery 3,3 2,2 1,1 Larceny 4 Burglary 3 Auto Theft 2 1 Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Virginia? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 13,86 3, ,244 3,895 15,263 4,149 Percent Change 17% 16% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

42 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Virginia for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? New Commitments Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases Drugs Violent Weapons Virginia Statistical Profile The population of Virginia increased 8.4% from 199. The estimated population for was 6.8 million. As of, 77.9% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 11.3% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 8%. The median household income in was $42,957. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $2.1 billion. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 8, per 1, population Virginia 173

43 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Washington Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Washington from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 4.8% Below Poverty Level 199 Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 9.2% 11.2% 1.8% 11.% 16.2% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Washington? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 4 3 Assault Property Crime Trends per 1, population 4,5 Larceny 3, Burglary 1,5 Auto Theft Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Washington? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 7,957 3, ,667 3,485 9,143 4,39 Percent Change 15% 28% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

44 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in Washington for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? New Commitments Unconditional Releases Drugs Violent Weapons Conditional Releases Washington Statistical Profile The population of Washington increased 14.4% from 199. The estimated population for was 5.7 million. As of, 82.8% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 11.5% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to increase 13%. The median household income in was $44,562. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $1.9 billion. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 5, ,6 2,4 3,2 4 per 1, population Washington 175

45 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators West Virginia Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in West Virginia from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 6.9% Below Poverty Level % 16.4% Did Not Graduate High School % 34.% Births to Teenage Mothers % 15.9% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in West Virginia? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 2 15 Assault 1 Property Crime Trends per 1, population 5 2, Larceny 1,5 Robbery 1, 5 Burglary Auto Theft Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in West Virginia? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 2,61 1, ,87 1,11 3,3 999 Percent Change 16% -8% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

46 Juvenile Delinquency State and national attention focused on juvenile delinquency during the 199s, particularly in the areas of violent, weapons, and drug crimes. What happened to arrest rates in West Virginia for these crime types? per 1, juveniles Drugs West Virginia Statistical Profile The population of West Virginia increased 1.3% from 199. The estimated population for was 1.8 million Adult Corrections How does the number of prison commitments compare with the number of offenders released from prison? per 1, population How has the number of offenders on probation, parole, and in prison changed? New Commitments Conditional Releases Unconditional Releases Violent Weapons As of, 41.8% of the state s population lived in a metropolitan area. In, residents 65 years of age or older comprised 15.2% of the population. Between 1995 and 215, the juvenile population is projected to decrease 14%. The median household income in was $27,488. Total state and local justice system direct expenditures for 1995 were $37.4 million. In 1995, the total staff of state correctional facilities was 1, per 1, population West Virginia 177

47 Criminal Justice System Trends and Indicators Wisconsin Social indicators help describe how a state and its population change over time. What kinds of changes occurred in Wisconsin from 199 to that might relate to justice system trends? Unemployed % 3.7% Below Poverty Level % 8.2% Did Not Graduate High School 199 Births to Teenage Mothers % 1.2% 1.7% 21.4% The U.S. violent crime rate increased from to, then decreased through. The U.S. property crime rate has also decreased since the early 199s. What are the trends in Wisconsin? Violent Crime Trends per 1, population 2 15 Assault Property Crime Trends per 1, population 3,3 Larceny 2,2 1,1 Burglary Auto Theft Robbery Rape Murder Law enforcement agencies nationwide have been making greater use of civilian employees. What is the trend in Wisconsin? Year Sworn Officers Civilians 1,673 3, ,651 3,575 12,212 4,41 Percent Change 14% 39% Crime and Justice Atlas 2

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