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Arrests by Offenses
Section 4 – Juvenile Arrests & Offenses by District and by Volume

The following tables report the numbers of arrests of people age seventeen and younger in each Chicago Police District in calendar years 2009-2010.  Juveniles may be held in police custody while they are under investigation for criminal offenses.  However, some juveniles are released without being charged: not all juvenile arrests result in court referral.  Additionally, some juveniles may be arrested for multiple offenses during the same incident, so these data describe numbers of arrests, not numbers of individuals who were arrested or ultimately prosecuted.

Juvenile arrests & OFFENSES in each chicago police district – rank by volume

Rank

Total Juvenile Arrests

Felony Arrests

Misdemeanor Arrests

2009

District

Number

District

Number

District

Number

1

08 – Chicago Lawn

2,565

11 – Harrison

803

08 – Chicago Lawn

1,866

2

11 – Harrison

2,478

15 – Austin

505

04 – South Chicago

1,413

3

06 – Gresham

2,040

07 – Englewood

497

06 – Gresham

1,386

4

15 – Austin

2,021

08 – Chicago Lawn

485

03 – Grand Crossing

1,330

5

04 – South Chicago

2,001

06 – Gresham

434

25 – Grand & Central

1,177

6

03 – Grand Crossing

1,942

05 – Pullman

391

09 – Deering

1,150

7

25 – Grand Central

1,862

03 – Grand Crossing

386

11 – Harrison

1,118

8

09 – Deering

1,671

25 – Grand & Central

355

05 – Pullman

1,085

9

07 – Englewood

1,665

10 – Ogden

354

15 – Austin

1,022

10

05 – Pullman

1,627

04 – South Chicago

342

07 – Englewood

876

11

10 – Ogden

1,349

09 – Deering

305

22 – Morgan Park

871

12

22 – Morgan Park

1,266

22 – Morgan Park

285

17 – Albany Park

787

13

17 – Albany Park

1,031

02 – Wentworth

230

10 – Ogden

741

14

12 – Monroe

957

24 – Rogers Park

151

12 – Monroe

688

15

24 – Rogers Park

920

12 – Monroe

 

136

 

24 – Rogers Park

618

16

02 – Wentworth

873

14 – Shakespeare

136

16 – Jefferson Park

543

17

14 – Shakespeare

815

18 – Near North

131

02 – Wentworth

531

18

16 – Jefferson Park

685

17 – Albany Park

105

01 – Central

488

19

01 – Central

676

13 – Wood

94

14 – Shakespeare

480

20

18 – Near North

662

21 – Prairie

89

18 – Near North

461

21

20 – Foster

559

01 – Central

 

70

20 – Foster

448

22

13 – Wood

551

20 – Foster

70

13 – Wood

351

23

21 – Prairie

443

16 – Jefferson Park

61

21 – Prairie

321

24

19 – Belmont

317

19 – Belmont

53

19 – Belmont

229

25

23 – Town Hall

248

23 – Town Hall

26

23 – Town Hall

173

Source: Chicago Police Department’s Research and Development Division, Research and Analysis Section (March 2011).  This table does not include arrests for City of Chicago ordinance violations, which are factored into the total number of arrests per district reported by the CPD.

 

Rank

Total Juvenile Arrests

Felony Arrests

Misdemeanor Arrests

2010

District

Number

District

Number

District

Number

1

08 – Chicago Lawn

2,247

11 – Harrison

808

08 – Chicago Lawn

1,636

2

11 – Harrison

2,141

15 – Austin

494

04 – South Chicago

1,367

3

15 – Austin

1,975

08 – Chicago Lawn

418

06 – Gresham

1,177

4

04 – South Chicago

1,914

07 – Englewood

399

03 – Grand Crossing

1,140

5

06 – Gresham

1,674

10 – Ogden

389

15 – Austin

1,046

6

03 – Grand Crossing

1,660

04 – South Chicago

380

05 – Pullman

975

7

05 – Pullman

1,464

05 – Pullman

351

11 – Harrison

940

8

07 – Englewood

1,447

06 – Gresham

335

09 – Deering

931

9

25 – Grand Central

1,406

25 – Grand & Central

326

25 – Grand & Central

892

10

10 – Ogden

1,348

03 – Grand Crossing

316

07 – Englewood

862

11

09 – Deering

1,334

09 – Deering

250

22 – Morgan Park

811

12

22 – Morgan Park

1,129

22 – Morgan Park

215

10 – Ogden

754

13

17 – Albany Park

959

18 – Near North

210

17 – Albany Park

733

14

12 – Monroe

880

02 – Wentworth

184

12 – Monroe

673

15

18 – Near North

770

24 – Rogers Park

138

01 – Central

554

16

02 – Wentworth

731

17 – Albany Park

125

18 – Near North

509

17

24 – Rogers Park

708

12 – Monroe

120

24 – Rogers Park

497

18

01 – Central

685

14 – Shakespeare

115

20 – Foster

464

19

20 – Foster

590

21 – Prairie

101

02 – Wentworth

445

20

14 – Shakespeare

588

13 – Wood

78

16 – Jefferson Park

393

21

16 – Jefferson Park

494

01 – Central

76

14 – Shakespeare

373

22

21 – Prairie

472

20 – Foster

74

21 – Prairie

341

23

13 – Wood

417

19 – Belmont

66

13 – Wood

295

24

19 – Belmont

318

16 – Jefferson Park

60

19 – Belmont

236

25

23 – Town Hall

212

23 – Town Hall

40

23 – Town Hall

138

Source: Chicago Police Department’s Research and Development Division, Research and Analysis Section (March 2011).  This table does not include arrests for City of Chicago ordinance violations, which are factored into the total number of arrests per district reported by the CPD.

** There are other charts describing the most frequently reported offenses (misdemeanors and felonies) in the full report which can be downloaded on this site. We have not included those charts here.

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