OJJDP Finds Information Gap in Juvenile Transfer Cases

Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

September 28, 2011


Since the 1980’s, nearly every state has passed or expanded juvenile transfer laws that allow kids to be tried as adults in some cases. But a recent report from the federal Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) found that only 13 states publicly report how many kids are transferred each year and even fewer report any details of those transfers.
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