October 1, 2010



  • On January 1, 2011, the committed caseload was 1,288: 1,098 males (85.2%) and 190 females (14.8%).
  • From January 1, 2010 to January 1, 2011 the committed caseload decreased by 148 juveniles (10.3%). The number of committed males has decreased by 112 (9.3%) during the past year, while the number of females has decreased by 36 (15.9%).
  • The committed caseload has decreased by 1,973 (60.5%), since January, 2001. During the past decade, the male committed population has decreased from 2822 to 1098 (61.1%), while the female population has decreased from 439 to 190 (56.7%).
  • The committed caseloads by Region and gender for January 1, 2010 and January 1, 2011 are compared below.

Committed Caseload By Region, Gender January 1, 2010 vs. January 1, 2011

Males

Area 1/1/2010
Caseload
1/1/2011
Caseload
# Change % Change
Western 263242-21-8.0%
Central 195190-5-2.6%
Southeast 318295-23-7.2%
Metro 203165-38-18.7%
Northeast 231206-25-10.8%
Total 1,210 1,098 -112 -9.3%

Females

Area 1/1/2010
Caseload
1/1/2011
Caseload
# Change % Change
Western 6743-24-35.8%
Central 5146-5-9.8%
Southeast 56560-0.0%
Metro 2013-7-35.0%
Northeast 323200.0%
Total 226 190 -36 -15.9%

Total Committed

Area 1/1/2010
Caseload
1/1/2011
Caseload
# Change % Change
Western 330285-45-13.6%
Central 246236-10-4.1%
Southeast 374351-23-6.1%
Metro 223178-45-20.2%
Northeast 263238-25-9.5%
Total 1,436 1,288 -148 -10.3%


This information is provided by the Department of Youth Services.