CRI analyzes juvenile offenses
Posted on October 29, 2010
A four-year trend analysis of juvenile offenses within the city of Grand Rapids was prepared by the Community Research Institute at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy, in partnership with the Grand Rapids Police Department and Our Community’s Children.
The Grand Rapids Juvenile Offense Index reports on juvenile offenses by youth (8-16 years old) in Grand Rapids, covering a four-year period from January 1, 2006 to December 31, 2009. The 160-page report describes the scope, frequency and circumstances of juvenile offenses.
Findings of the report were released to community leaders at a news conference October 28 at the Grand Rapids Police Department.