JJIS Research & Reports
- Juvenile Arrest Data Summaries
- Family Court Recidivism Study, CYs 2005 – 2010 This recidivism study is a follow-up to “Chapter 7, Recidivism in Family Court,” of the National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) report, Delinquency and Status Offense Referrals to the Hawaii Family Court 2005 that was published in 2007. This study examines recidivism in delinquency and status offense cases from 2005 through 2010.
Disproportionate Minority Contact 2000 – 2010 This report identifies the ethnic groups that have been over-represented in the juvenile justice system over the past decade and describes some of the groups’ characteristics; examines the extent to which racial and ethnic disparities exist at different decision points in the system; and presents recommendations for policy and practice reform.
KOA Recidivism Study CY 2008 – 2011 Kokua, Ohana, Aloha (KOA) is an early intervention and drug awareness program hosted by the Hawaii National Guard. This recidivism study analyzed 1,232 individual (unduplicated) participants who completed the KOA program from Calendar Years 2008 through 2011.
- KOA Recidivism Study CY 2017
- Data Book for 2003-2012 Juvenile Delinquency Trends in Hawaii, Data Book for 2003-2012
- Data Book for 2007-2016 Juvenile Delinquency Trends in Hawaii, Data Book for 2007-2016
HYCF Recidivism Study 2005-2007 Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility Recidivism Study 2005 – 2007, August 2010. This study examines a sample of juveniles committed to the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility during fiscal years 2005, 2006, and 2007.
- Honolulu Juvenile Arrest Trends 1998 – 2007 City and County of Honolulu, Juvenile Arrest Trends 1998-2007
- Maui Juvenile Arrest Trends 1998-2007 County of Maui, Juvenile Arrest Trends 1998 – 2007
- Hawaii Juvenile Arrest Trends 1998-2007 County of Hawaii, Juvenile Arrest Trends 1998 – 2007
- Kauai Juvenile Arrest Trends 1998-2007 County of Kauai, Juvenile Arrest Trends 1998 – 2007
- YLSI Study 2001-2006 An Analysis of Youth Level of Service Inventory (YLSI)“Risks and Needs” Data for Juvenile Offenders Assessed by Hawaii’s Second & Third Circuit Family Courts and at the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility, 2001–2006
- Delinquency and Status Offense Referrals to Family Court 2005 NCJJ report Hawaii Family Court 2005, Final July 10, 2007
- The Female Juvenile Offender in Hawaii The Female Juvenile Offender in Hawaii, Understanding Gender Differences in Arrests, Adjudications, and Social Characteristics of Juvenile Offenders, May 2006
- The Serious Juvenile Offender in Hawaii Check PDF The Serious Juvenile Offender in Hawaii – A Statistical Profile, June 2006
- Incarcerated Juveniles and Recidivism 2001 Incarcerated Juveniles and Recidivism in Hawaii, February 2001
Crime Mapping Applications for Hawaii’s Juvenile Justice Information System, August 2003 Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 This report presents an exploration of the potential of computerized mapping technologies, or geographic information systems (GIS), for justice assistance in Hawaii. Many jurisdictions across the nation have adopted GIS technology in order to improve effectiveness across a range of areas, from policing to social service delivery. In the area of justice administration, crime mapping and the spatial analysis of crime are becoming integrated to augment existing information systems and research techniques.
The following reports were prepared using data from the Juvenile Justice Information System