Maps: Rate of Change in Juvenile Arrests, 2009-2012

We are looking forward to releasing a new report about trends in Chicago juvenile arrests from 2009-2012 in the next few weeks. The report is written by students who were participants in an introductory GIS course taught by Dr. Mike Stiehl at Loyola University. The students are Ashley Cook, Zygmunt Czykieta, Paul Mack, and Chris Skrable and they created the following maps to illustrate the rate of change of juvenile arrests by district.  We have already shared information about the overall decline of 26.7% in juvenile arrests since 2009. Now we have these terrific maps to add more detail to the overall trend. We greatly appreciate our partnership with the students and are grateful for their important and excellent work.

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The next three maps are broken out according the race (white, black, and latin@)

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