Juvenile Delinquents Grown Up

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Appendix C
PERIOD-COMPARISON TABLES

IN the following series of tables, which are arranged by subject, we present the status of the 1,000 juvenile delinquents in the period prior to their appearance before the Boston Juvenile Court (designated Prior Period), and during the first, second, and third five- year follow-up spans.

All the tables total 1,000 unless otherwise indicated, except Tables 21 through 28, where the totals refer to the number of cases having a particular treatment experience whose behavior therein was ascertainable.

From the title of each table it is possible to refer to Appendix A, for a definition or explanation of the factor and for the numbers referring to the more detailed tables in Appendix B, from which these have been derived.


I. AGE OF OFFENDER
AT END OF
JBF-BJC
TREATMENT
PERIOD
AT END OF
PERIOD I
AT END OF
PERIOD II
AT END OF
PERIOD III
Num-
ber
Per
cent
Num-
ber
Per
cent
Num-
ber
Per
cent
Num-
ber
Per
cent
Under 16 years 703 70.4 89 9.1 - - - -
16-20 years 294 29.4 604 61.7 88 9.2 - -
21-25 years 2 .2 284 29.0 593 61.7 85 9.0
26-30 years - - 2 .2 278 28.9 583 62.0
31-35 years - - - - 2 .2 270 28.7
36-40 years - - - - - - 2 .3
Dead 1 21 39 60
Average age 14 ± .06 19 ± .06 24 ± .06 29 ± .06

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