Juvenile Intake and Assessment Services
Group: Kansas Department of Corrections
This data represent youth who have been served in Juvenile Intake and Assessment Services (JIAS). JIAS provides intake services to law enforcement agencies through Kansas for any alleged child in need of care (CINC) or alleged juvenile offender taken into law enforcement custody. The youth's needs are determined and is then subsequently referred to other community-based programs. This report details youth with alleged juvenile offenses and children alleged to be a CINC. The largest percentage of all youth served by JIAS are placed with Parent(s)/Guardian(s). The FY15 overall average shows that JIAS serves 21.1% more alleged juvenile offenders than alleged CINCs.
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