Five-Year Trend Tables by Processing Point and County
For detailed information on processing points definitions, data sources, and counting methods, please see the Data Definitions and Technical Notes document.
Raise the Age legislation went into effect October 1, 2018, and changed how cases for youth age 16 at time of crime are processed. Beginning October 1, 2019, these changes also applied to youth age 17 at time of crime. Those charged with misdemeanors are processed as juvenile delinquents (JDs), and those charged with felonies are arraigned in the Youth Part of Superior Court. The majority of these cases are subsequently removed to Family Court or Probation Intake and processed as JDs. JD volumes for the years 2015-2017 include only 7 – 15 year olds. Counts for 2018 include a small number of 16 year olds, and the counts for 2019 include 16 year olds and a small number of 17 year olds. Because of the addition of these age groups, case processing counts increased in 2019, particularly for probation intakes and petition filings.
Youth Detention Admissions 2015-2019
Detention data, along with corresponding data definitions and technical notes, may be accessed through the NYS Office of Children and Family Services website at https://ocfs.ny.gov/reports/detention/#five-year.
JD Probation Intake Cases Opened 2015-2019 (Excel)
Total number of juvenile probation intake cases opened by county for the last five years. (Source: Division of Criminal Justice Services)
JD Probation Intake Adjustment Rates 2015-2019 (Excel)
The adjustment rate represents the percent of juvenile probation intake cases closed that were adjusted. (Source: Division of Criminal Justice Services)
JD Initial Petitions Filed 2015-2019 (Excel)
Total number of initial juvenile delinquency petitions filed with the Family Court by county for the last five years. (Source: Office of Court Administration)
Youth Probation Supervision Cases Opened 2015-2019 (Excel)
Total number of youth probation supervision cases opened by county for the last five years. (Source: Division of Criminal Justice Services)
Youth Probation Cases Under Supervision 2015-2019 (Excel)
The number of youth cases under probation supervision at the end of December of each year by county for the last five years. (Source: Division of Criminal Justice Services)