California's Arrest Rate Falls to Record Low in Justice Reform Era (2011-2018)

SAN FRANCISCO – January 8, 2020 – A new fact sheet from the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice shows continued declines in California’s arrest rate during the state’s justice reform era, a period marked by large-scale criminal and juvenile justice reforms. This publication draws on recently released statistics from the California Department of Justice showing that decades-long declines in arrests have continued into 2018.

California arrests per 100,000 population by age group, 1995-2018

The fact sheet finds:

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