Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ)
Demographics: To access juvenile justice data by the Department of Juvenile Justice status, circuit, county, race/ethnicity and gender, visit Florida’s Department of Juvenile Justice’s delinquency profile here.
Needs and Risks: To access data about the needs and risks of youth entering the juvenile justice system, including statistics about drug and alcohol use, mental health issues, social and family issues, and risk to reoffend see the Positive Achievement Change Tool Assessment (PACT) data set here.
Trends: The Policy Center latest report on the trends for girls’ involvement in the juvenile justice system on the First Coast in comparison to girls statewide can be accessed here.
Civil Citation Use: To access data about the utilization of civil citations by county, gender, and race/ethnicity visit the civil citation dashboard here.
Dually-Served Crossover Youth: The DJJ-DCF Profile of Dually-Served Crossover Youth is an interactive program that compares the youth who were in an out-of-home placement status (e.g., foster care) and served by the Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) to youth who were in the general population and served by DJJ. To access this comparative data by gender, race/ethnicity, offense type, and location visit the profile here.
Delinquency in Schools: To access data on the number of youth arrested for delinquent offenses that occurred on school grounds or the school bus visit the School Delinquency Profile here.
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)
To access national data on the youth who are involved in the juvenile justice system, research on best practices for justice-involved youth, and other information for improving the outcomes for justice-involved youth, please visit OJJDP.
Florida Department of Education (FLDOE)
To access data about high school graduation rates, school grades, drop-out rates, suspension rates, retention rates, free and reduced lunch rates and more, broken down by school, district and county, visit the Florida Department of Education. Data by gender is available for graduation rates, suspension rates and free and reduced lunch rates.
Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF)
To access information on the child welfare system, domestic violence, homelessness, human trafficking, sexual abuse, and child protective services, visit here.
Florida Department of Health (DOH)
To access population surveillance reports including the Florida Injury Surveillance System, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System and the Youth Risk Behavior Survey, please visit DOH. Information by county is available.
Office on Violence Against Women
To access information regarding national and local services designed to aid survivors of domestic violence, teen dating violence, sexual assault and stalking, as well as to access archive publications regarding violence, letters to Congress, prisons, prisoners and sex offenders, please visit here.
– See more research on violence against women from our research fellow here.