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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Rearrest Rereferral to court Reconviction/readjudication Reincarceration/reconfinement Recidivism 33%Success 67% Recidivism 55%Success 45% Recidivism 12%Success 88% Recidivism 25%Success 75% Recidivism 24%Success 76% Recidivism 45%Success 55% double click to change this title text! Recidivism Rates Among Juveniles Recidivism Rates Among Juveniles (Snyder & Sickmund, 2006) WA OR MT ID WY CA NV UT CO SD ND MN WI MI IA IL NE KS MO IN WV AR ME AZ NM OK TX LA MS GA SC AL TN NC OH PA NY VT NH MA MD NJ CT KY VA RI MA FL The above map represents reoffending data from studies on juveniles. It shows that the re-arrest rates are substantially higher than the other listed rates. The listed ratings (re-arrest, re-referral to court, and etc.) focused on delinquent and criminal offenses in the juvenile and adult systems. The recidivism percentages represents how many juveniles were re-incarcerated; while the success rate represents how many juveniles did not continue to commit criminal offenses. There is no specific recidivism rates for juveniles due to juvenile justice systems variation across states (Snyder & Sickmund, 2006). ReferenceSnyder, H. N., & Sickmund, M. U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. (2006). Juvenile offenders and victims: 2006 national report . Retrieved from website:
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