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Youth Violence: National Statistics

Violent Crime Arrest Rates Among Persons Ages 10-24 Years, by Age and Sex, United States, 2011

 In 2011, among persons ages 10 to 24 years, the violent crime arrest rates were 423.1 arrests per 100,000 population for males, 99.7 arrests per 100,000 for females.  The violent crime arrest rate was highest for males ages 20-24 years with a rate of 589.1 per 100,000. 

In 2011, among persons ages 10 to 24 years, the violent crime arrest rates were 423.1 arrests per 100,000 population for males, 99.7 arrests per 100,000 for females. The violent crime arrest rate was highest for males ages 20-24 years with a rate of 589.1 per 100,000.

Data source: Violent crime arrest data are from the Uniform Crime Reports of the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (http://www.fbi.gov/ucr/ucr.htm).

 

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