Skip navigation
The Habeas Citebook: Prosecutorial Misconduct - Header

Usdoj Ojp Report Re Prea Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Corrections Authorities 2005-06 Jul 2008

Download original document:
Brief thumbnail
This text is machine-read, and may contain errors. Check the original document to verify accuracy.
U.S. Department of Justice
Office of Justice Programs

Bureau of Justice Statistics

Special Report
July 2008, NCJ 215337

Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile
Correctional Authorities, 2005-06
By Allen J. Beck, Ph.D., BJS Statistician,
Devon B. Adams, Policy Analyst,
and Paul Guerino, Statistician
The Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (P.L. 108-79)
requires the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) to develop
new national data collections on the incidence and prevalence of sexual violence within adult and juvenile correctional facilities. This report fulfills the requirement under
Sec. 4(c)(1) of the Act for the collection and reporting of
data in juvenile facilities.
In July 2005, BJS published Sexual Violence Reported by
Correctional Authorities, 2004 (NCJ 210333), detailing the
results from the first-ever national survey of administrative
records on sexual violence in adult and juvenile correctional facilities. This report provides the findings from surveys conducted in 2005 and 2006 in juvenile residential
placement facilities only.
BJS, with the Governments Division of the U.S. Census
Bureau as its collection agent, conducted the 2005 Survey
of Sexual Violence (SSV) between January 1 and June 15,
2006, and the 2006 SSV between January 1 and July 31,
2007. These surveys of state juvenile correctional systems
and local or private juvenile facilities were designed to
measure the number of reported incidents of youth-onyouth sexual violence and staff-on-youth sexual misconduct and harassment. The surveys provide an understanding of what corrections officials know, what information is
recorded, how allegations are handled, where incidents
occur, and how officials respond to allegations brought to
their attention.
The surveys also collected detailed information on substantiated incidents. Items included the circumstances
surrounding each incident, characteristics of victims and
perpetrators, the type of physical force or pressure used,
victim injuries, and sanctions imposed.

The administrative records surveys were not designed to
rank systems or facilities. During 2007, BJS completed
development and testing of methodologies for the National
Survey of Youth in Custody (NSYC) that rely on reports of
victimization provided directly from youth. These methodologies utilize self-administered surveys that offer anonymity
for victims to report their experiences. The survey will be
administered using audio computer-assisted self interview
procedures. Youth will use headphones to follow audio
instructions and a touch-screen to interact with a computerassisted questionnaire. When NSYC is completed by
yearend 2008, these methodologies are expected to
provide the data needed to permit reliable facility-level
comparisons.
In 2004, BJS developed uniform definitions of sexual violence. Incidents of youth-on-youth sexual violence were
classified as either nonconsensual sexual acts (the most
serious violent forms of sexual assault) or abusive sexual
contacts (less serious, but unwanted). Incidents involving
staff were separated into staff sexual misconduct (any act
of a sexual nature directed toward a youth) or staff sexual
harassment (repeated verbal statements of a sexual nature
to a youth). For this report, all such incidents are considered sexual violence. (See Methodology for detailed definitions.)
Detailed tabulations of the results of the 2005 and 2006
SSV surveys are presented by state systems and sampled
facilities in appendix tables 1a through 5d, available on the
BJS web site at http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/
svrjca0506.pdf.

2005 and 2006 surveys covered all state systems and a
representative sample of local and private facilities
The surveys included all state-operated juvenile systems.
In addition, a representative sample was drawn from locally
and privately operated facilities. Entire systems were
selected to maximize reporting coverage. Local and private
facilities were sampled to ensure at least one in each state
and with probabilities proportionate to the number of youth
assigned beds at the time of the last facility census. (See
Methodology for a description of sampling procedures.)
As enumerated in the most recent Juvenile Residential
Facility Census (JRFC), there were 2,746 locally or privately operated juvenile facilities in 2004.1 Altogether, the
administrative surveys covered 279 local or private facilities
in 2005 and 330 in 2006, which met the requirement of
sampling not less than 10% of facilities covered under the
Act.
More than 2,000 allegations of sexual violence reported
each year in juvenile facilities
Reports of sexual violence varied across state juvenile systems. Every state except Montana, New Hampshire, and
Wyoming reported at least one allegation. Among sampled
local or private facilities, 87 (of 262 participating facilities)
reported an allegation in 2005 and 100 (of 309 facilities)
reported an allegation in 2006. (See Methodology for the
list of non-participating facilities.)
Taking into account weights for sampled juvenile facilities,
the estimated total number of allegations for the nation was
2,047 in 2005 and 2,025 in 2006 (table 1). Expressed as
rates, there were 16.7 allegations of sexual violence per
1,000 youth held in juvenile facilities in 2005 and 16.8 per
1,000 in 2006.
The rate of allegations of sexual violence in state juvenile
correctional systems was more than 5 percentage points
higher than the rate in local or private facilities in 2006 and
slightly less (nearly 4 points higher) in 2005. These differences were statistically significant at the 95% confidence
level in 2006 but were not significant in 2005. (See Methodology for calculation of confidence intervals.)

About 36% of the reported allegations of sexual violence in
state juvenile systems and local or private juvenile facilities
involved youth-on-youth nonconsensual sexual acts; 21%
involved youth-on-youth abusive sexual contacts; 32%
involved staff sexual misconduct; and 11% involved staff
sexual harassment (table 2).

Table 1. Allegations of sexual violence in state juvenile
systems and local or private juvenile facilities, 2005 and
2006
State juvenile Local/private
juvenile facilitiesb
All facilities systemsa
Number of allegations
2006
2005
Rates per 1,000 youth
2006
2005

2,025
2,047

786
771

1,239
1,276

16.8
16.7

20.4
19.2

15.1
15.4

a
Includes all state operated juvenile correctional facilities in 50 states
and the District of Columbia.
bBased

on independent samples of 279 local or private facilities in
2005 and 330 in 2006. Both samples were based on the 2004 Juvenile Residential Facility Census, conducted by the Office of Juvenile
Justice and Delinquency Prevention. See Methodology for sample
descriptions.

Table 2. Allegations of sexual violence in state juvenile
systems and local or private juvenile facilities, by type of
incident, 2005-06

Incident type*
U.S. total
Youth-on-youth nonconsensual sexual acts
Youth-on-youth abusive sexual contacts
Staff sexual misconduct
Staff sexual harassment

National
estimate
4,072
1,451
861
1,314
446

*See Methodology for definitions of each type of incident.
1

The Juvenile Residential Facility Census is conducted every two years
by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of
Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.

2 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

Percent
100%
36
21
32
11

staff-on-youth. The observed rates of substantiated incidents of sexual violence were higher in state juvenile systems (3.7 per 1,000 youth) than in local or private juvenile
facilities (2.7 per 1,000 youth), but this difference was not
statistically significant.

About 1 in 5 allegations of sexual violence were
substantiated
Allegations of sexual violence were classified as—
• substantiated, if they were determined to have occurred

The rates of substantiated incidents of sexual violence
were higher in juvenile facilities than in adult prisons and
jails. In 2005 and 2006, juvenile administrators reported 3.0
substantiated incidents per 1,000 youth. This rate was
higher than the number reported in publicly operated local
jails (0.52 substantiated incidents per 1,000 inmates) and
state prisons (0.46 per 1,000) during 2006.2 In part, these
differences may reflect the impact of state and local laws
that specify that all sexual acts involving youth below certain ages are nonconsensual. In every state, facility staff
and administrators are also required by law to record all
allegations and report them to law enforcement authorities
and to child protective services. Differences between rates
of sexual victimization in adult and juvenile facilities may
largely be the result of more complete reporting of incidents
and more thorough investigations when incidents of sexual
violence involve youth.

• unsubstantiated, if the evidence was insufficient to make
a final determination that they occurred
• unfounded, if they were determined not to have occurred
• investigation ongoing, if a final determination had not
been made at the time of the data collection.
Upon completion of an investigation, 38% of youth-onyouth and 46% of staff-on-youth allegations of sexual violence were determined to have been unfounded (table 3).
Another 40% of the youth-on-youth allegations and 35% of
the staff-on-youth allegations were unsubstantiated. A total
of 21% of youth-on-youth allegations and 18% of the staffon-youth allegations were substantiated.
Overall, there were 732 substantiated incidents of youth
sexual violence in juvenile facilities (table 4). An estimated
437 incidents involved youth-on-youth and 295 involved

2See

Sexual Violence Reported by Correctional Authorities, 2006 (NCJ
218914) at <http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/abstract/svrca06.htm>.

Table 3. Outcomes of investigations into allegations of youth sexual violence,
by type of facility, 2005-06
All facilities
Number
Percent*

State juvenile systems
Number
Percent*

Local/private juvenile facilities
Number
Percent*

Youth-on-youth
Substantiated
Unsubstantiated
Unfounded
Investigation ongoing

437
845
803
83

21%
40
38

189
281
264
29

26%
38
36

248
564
540
54

18%
42
40

Staff-on-youth
Substantiated
Unsubstantiated
Unfounded
Investigation ongoing

295
573
751
155

18%
35
46

99
216
430
50

13%
29
58

196
357
321
105

22%
41
37

Note: Detail may not sum to 100% due to rounding.
*Percents based on allegations for which investigations had been completed.

Table 4. Substantiated incidents of youth sexual violence and rates per
1,000 youth, by type of facility, 2005-06
All facilities
Number of substantiated
incidentsa
Total
Youth-on-youth
Staff-on-youth
Rate per 1,000 youthb
Total
Youth-on-youth
Staff-on-youth

State juvenile systems

Local/private juvenile
facilities

732
437
295

288
189
99

444
248
196

3.0
1.8
1.2

3.7
2.4
1.3

2.7
1.5
1.2

a
Allegations were classified as substantiated if, upon investigation, they were determined to have
occurred.
b

Rates based on the number of youth held at yearend 2005 and 2006.

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

3

Juvenile authorities provided detail on 90% of
substantiated incidents
Juvenile administrators were asked to provide detailed
information on each substantiated incident of sexual violence. Using a separate incident form, the 2005 and 2006
surveys obtained incident-based data, allowing for an indepth analysis of sexual violence. Data included details on
the circumstances surrounding each incident, characteristics of victims and perpetrators, type of physical force,
threat of force, pressure used, sanctions imposed, and victim assistance provided.
Incident-level data were reported on 660 of the 732 total
substantiated incidents (90%). A total of 17 substantiated
incidents were missing from state reports, including 7 from
Nebraska, 4 from Hawaii, and 2 from Illinois. An additional
55 (weighted) incidents were missing due to the lack of incident-level reporting by 15 sampled local or private juvenile
facilities. Since most systems and facilities reported fully,
there was no evidence of any selection bias among the 660
incidents.
Across all state systems and local or private facilities, incidents of youth-on-youth sexual violence accounted for
nearly two-thirds of substantiated incidents (table 5).
Approximately equal percentages of these incidents were
reported as voluntary sexual contact between youth (22%),
unwanted touching for sexual gratification (21%), and nonconsensual sexual acts involving force or pressure (21%).
Sexual misconduct accounted for the greatest percentage
of incidents involving staff (28%), while sexual harassment
accounted for the smallest percentage (8%).

violence were more likely to be female (51%) than victims
of youth-on-youth sexual violence (27%). Nearly 60% of
the victims of youth-on-youth sexual violence were age 15
or younger compared to 16% of the victims of staff sexual
violence. Victims of staff sexual violence were typically
older (65% age 16 or 17 and 19% age 18 or older) than
other victims.

Table 5. Substantiated incidents of sexual violence in state
juvenile systems and local or private juvenile facilities,
by type of incident, 2005-06
All facilities
Number of incidents
Youth-on-youth
Voluntary sexual acta
Abusive sexual
contactb
Nonconsensual
sexual act
Staff-on-youth
Sexual misconduct
Sexual harassment

• More than half (54%) of the victims were white, compared to 35% of all youth in juvenile facilities nationwide.
• Among victims of sexual violence, 33% were black and
11%, Hispanic; however, among all youth held in residential placement or juvenile correctional facilities in
2006, 40% were black and 20%, Hispanic.
• About 46% of victims were age 16 or 17, which was not
statistically different from their representation among all
youth held (52%).
Victims of substantiated incidents of youth-on-youth sexual
violence were more likely to be male (73%) than victims of
staff-on-youth violence (49%). Victims of staff sexual
3See

271

389

22%

26%

19%

21

23

20

21

17

23

28%
8

28%
7

29%
10

a

Includes all incidents involving voluntary sexual contact between
youth.

bIncludes

all incidents between youth involving unwanted touching for
sexual gratification.

Table 6. Characteristics of victims of substantiated incidents
in state juvenile systems and local or private juvenile
facilities, by type of violence, 2005-06

Data provided on substantiated incidents revealed that—
• Nearly two-thirds (64%) of the victims of sexual violence
in state systems and local or private facilities were male
and a third (36%) were female (table 6). Females were
overrepresented among victims because at the time of
the most recent census in 2006, they represented 15%
of youth in residential placement.3

660

State juve- Local/private
nile systems juvenile facilities

Facility type
Type of violence
State
Local/priAll
juvenile vate juveYouth-on- Staff-onfacilities systems nile facilities youth
youth
Number of
victims

730

293

437

458

272

Gender
Male
Female

64%
36

73%
27

58%
42

73%
27

49%
51

Age
12 or younger
13-15
16-17
18-19
20 or older

9%
34
46
9
3

2%
34
42
17
4

13%
34
48
4
2

13%
46
34
5
2

2%
14
65
16
3

Race/Hispanic
origin
Whitea
Blacka
Hispanic
Othera,b

54%
33
11
2

55%
31
11
3

53%
34
11
1

59%
26
13
2

46%
45
7
2

Note: Detail may not sum to 100% due to rounding.
a

Excludes victims of Hispanic/Latino origin.

b

Includes American Indians, Alaska Natives, Asians, Native Hawaiians,
other Pacific Islanders, and persons identifying two or more races.

Sickmund, M., Sladky, T.J., and Kang, W., Census of Juveniles
in Residential Placement, 2006, at <http://www.ojjdp.ncjrs.gov/ojstatbb/
cjrp/>.

4 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

Most sexual violence occurred outside the victim’s
room and in the evening
More than 60% of victims reported that sexual violence
occurred in a location other than their room or dormitory. A
quarter of incidents took place in a common area (such as
a shower or dayroom), 19% in a program service area
(such as commissary, kitchen, storage area, laundry, cafeteria, workshop, hallway, classroom, or clinic), and 17%
outside of the facility. A quarter occurred in the victim’s
room, and 16% in a dormitory (table 7).
Youth-on-youth incidents were more likely to occur in the
victim’s room (37%) or in a common area (32%), compared
to staff-on-youth incidents (7% and 13%, respectively).
Nearly a third of staff-on-youth incidents occurred outside
the facility (31%), and a quarter occurred in a dormitory
(24%).
While incidents of sexual violence occurred at all times of
the day, the majority occurred between 6 p.m. and midnight
(44%) or between noon and 6 p.m. (35%). The most
common times for youth-on-youth incidents to occur were
Table 7. Circumstances surrounding substantiated
incidents of sexual violence, by type of facility and type
of violence, 2005-06
Facility type
State
Local/priAll
juvenile vate juvefacilities systems nile facilities
Number of
incidents
Where occurred
Victim's room
Perpetrator's room
Dormitory
Common areaa
Program service
areab
Outside the facility
While in transit

643
26%
3
16
25

260

383

Type of violence
Youth- Staffononyouth youth
413

230

22%
2
19
26

29%
4
14
24

37%
5
12
32

7%
0
24
13

19
17
2

29
6
2

12
25
2

17
10
1

21
31
2

Time of day
6 a.m. to noon
Noon to 6 p.m.
6 p.m. to midnight
Midnight to 6 a.m.

16%
35
44
12

18%
35
39
13

13%
35
47
10

17%
37
36
13

13%
32
59
10

Who reported the
incident
Victim
Another youth
Line staff
Administrative staff
Other staff
Other

52%
17
25
5
5
5

45%
21
25
4
4
7

58%
13
25
6
7
3

46%
20
27
5
6
5

63%
12
22
5
4
4

Note: Detail may sum to more than 100% because multiple responses
were allowed for each item.
a

Includes dayroom, bathroom, and shower.

between noon and 6 p.m. (37%) and 6 p.m. and midnight
(36%), while staff-on-youth incidents were most likely to
occur between 6 p.m. and midnight (59%).
In more than two-thirds of the incidents, the victim or
another youth reported the incident. Facility staff completed
the initial report in about one-third of substantiated
incidents.
Juvenile authorities reported that force, threat of force, or
pressure was involved in 36% of youth-on-youth incidents
(table 8). About the same percentage of incidents (35%)
was reported as voluntary. The remainder involved
unwanted touching for sexual gratification (32%).
Force or threat of force was more common among male
victims (32%) of youth-on-youth sexual violence than
among female victims (6%). Victims under age 16 were
more likely to have been persuaded or talked into participating in the sexual act (35%) than victims age 16 or older
(13%). A third of older victims had been injured, physically
forced, held down, or threatened (34%).
Table 8. Type of coercion involved in substantiated
incidents of youth-on-youth sexual violence, by gender
and age of victim, 2005-06
Gender

Number of incidents
Nature of act
Voluntary sexual act
Unwanted touching for
sexual gratification
Pressure/coercion
resulting in nonconsensual sexual act
Physical force/threat of
force resulting in nonconsensual sexual act
Type of pressure or force
None
Force/threat of force
Threatened with
physical harm
Physically held down/
restrained
Physically harmed/
injured
Persuaded/talked into it
Bribery/blackmail*
Other
Unwanted touching
Don't know

Total

Male

Age
Under 16 or
Female 16
older

407

284

123

231

169

35%

37%

33%

44%

24%

32

23

52

26

36

19

23

9

28

7

17

22

7

6

35

31%
24

31%
32

33%
6

29%
18

11

16

2

15

7

9

11

3

4

15

7
25
4

9
23
6

2
30
0

1
35
5

16
13
4

12
6

2
8

34
0

10
6

14
6

33%
34

Note: Percents based on characteristics of the first victim in incidents
involving multiple victims. Detail may sum to more than 100% because
multiple responses were allowed for each item.
*Includes given drugs or alcohol or offered protection.

b

Includes commissary, kitchen, storage area, laundry, cafeteria, workshop, hallway, classroom, and clinic.

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

5

Approximately 10% of the substantiated incidents of staffon-youth sexual violence involved force or pressure (not
shown). An additional 21% involved sexual harassment
(14%), inappropriate touching (5%), or indecent exposure
(2%).
Two-thirds of the incidents (66%) were characterized as “a
romantic relationship” or as “appeared to be willing.” (See
the BJS web site at http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/
ssv5.pdf for changes in the reporting options in the 2005
and 2006 surveys.) Regardless of how correctional authorities reported these incidents, they are considered an abuse
of power, involve an unknown level of coercion, and as
such, classified as sexual violence.
Most perpetrators of youth-on-youth sexual violence
were male, age 16 or older; most perpetrators of staff
misconduct were male, age 25 to 29
Most incidents of youth-on-youth sexual victimization (88%)
involved one victim and one perpetrator (not shown). Overall, 5% of youth-on-youth incidents involved a single victim
and multiple perpetrators; 4% involved multiple victims and
a single perpetrator; and 3% involved multiple victims and
multiple perpetrators.
• Perpetrators of youth-on-youth sexual violence were
typically male (78%) and age 16 or older (57%). An esti-

Table 9. Characteristics of perpetrators involved in
substantiated incidents of youth-on-youth sexual violence,
2005-06
Type of incident
Abusive NonAll
sexual
consensual
incidents Voluntary contact sexual act

mated 49% of the perpetrators were black; 40%, white;
and 9%, Hispanic (table 9).
• About half of staff perpetrators were male (54%) and a
majority were under the age of 30 (63%). Among staff
perpetrators, 37% were white; 44%, black; and 19%,
Hispanic (table 10).
• Supervision staff was involved in 69% of female staff-onyouth sexual misconduct and harassment and in 39% of
male staff-on-youth sexual misconduct and harassment.
Among incidents involving male staff, more than half
were educational or other program staff.
• Contract employees were involved in 5% of substantiated staff-on-youth incidents.

Table 10. Characteristics of staff involved in staff-on-youth
sexual misconduct and harassment, by gender, 2005-06
Total
Number of staff perpetrators

249

Gender of staff
Male
Female
136

113

Age of staff
24 or younger
25-29
30-34
35-39
40 or older
Not reported

19%
44
9
12
12
3

5%
55
5
15
14
5

35%
31
15
8
10
1

Race/Hispanic origin of staff
Whitea
Blacka
Hispanic
Othera,b

37%
44
19
0

25%
48
27
0

51%
40
9
0

Type of staff involved
Full/part-time employee
Contract employee
Other/don't know

94%
5
1

97%
2
2

91%
8
1

Number of perpetrators
1
2 or more

91%
9

87%
13

97%
3

91%
9

Gender of perpetratora
Male
Female

78%
22

73%
27

77%
23

85%
15

Age of perpetratora
12 or younger
13-15
16-17
18-19
20 or older

3%
40
47
9
1

3%
48
38
10
1

3%
23
59
13
2

2%
48
44
5
1

Race/Hispanic origin of
perpetratora
Whiteb
Blackb
Hispanic
Otherb,c

Position of staff involved
Administrator
Supervision staff
Maintenance/support
Medical/health care/counselor
Educational
Other program staff

0%
53
7
3
15
24

1%
39
4
2
24
30

0%
69
10
5
4
16

40%
49
9
2

38%
45
17
0

39%
50
6
5

43%
54
4
0

How long at facility
Less than 6 months
6 months to 1 year
1 to 5 years
5 years or more

37%
17
38
9

27%
13
47
13

48%
23
26
4

aThe

number of perpetrators totaled 462: gender was reported for 454;
age for 434; and race/Hispanic origin for 432.

Note: Detail may not sum to 100% due to rounding.

b

a

c

Excludes persons of Hispanic/Latino origin.

Includes American Indians, Alaska Natives, Asians, Native
Hawaiians, other Pacific Islanders, and persons identifying two or
more races.

Excludes persons of Hispanic/Latino origin.

b

Includes American Indians, Alaska Natives, Asians, Native
Hawaiians, other Pacific Islanders, and persons identifying two or
more races.

6 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

• Among male staff perpetrators, more than a quarter
(27%) had worked at the facility for less than 6 months.
Among female staff perpetrators, nearly half (48%) had
worked at the facility for less than 6 months.
Victims received physical injuries in 12% of
substantiated incidents of youth-on-youth sexual
violence; about half received some form of medical
follow-up
Across all substantiated incidents of youth-on-youth sexual
violence, about 1 in 8 victims (12%) sustained an injury
(table 11). Anal or vaginal tearing was reported in 8% of the
incidents.
Victims received medical attention and counseling or mental health treatment in nearly two-thirds of the incidents.
Among the most serious incidents (i.e., nonconsensual
sexual acts), 52% of the victims were given a medical
examination; 10% were administered a rape kit; and 65%
were provided counseling or mental health treatment.

Nearly half of the victims of staff-on-youth sexual misconduct or harassment received counseling or mental health
treatment (table 12). About two-thirds of victims of staff sexual misconduct or harassment in state juvenile correctional
systems did not receive medical follow-up, compared to
44% of victims in local or private facilities. One in five victims in local or private facilities was tested for HIV/AIDS
(20%) or for another sexually transmitted disease (STD)
(20%).
The most common responses following a reported incident
of youth-on-youth sexual violence was to move the victim
within the facility (24%), place the victim in segregation or
protective custody (10%), or transfer the youth to another
facility (10%). In about half of the incidents (52%), there
was no change in the housing assignment or custody level
of the victimized youth.

Table 11. Impact on victims and perpetrators of substantiated incidents of youth-on-youth sexual violence,
by type of facility and type of incident, 2005-06
Type of facility
State
Local/private
juvenile
juvenile
All incidents systems
facilities

Type of incident
Abusive sex- Nonconsensual
Voluntary ual contact
sexual act

Victim injured
No
Yes
Anal/vaginal tearing

89%
12
8

94%
6
3

85%
15
12

95%
5
1

84%
16
15

86%
14
9

Medical follow-up for victim
Given medical examination
Administered rape kit
Tested for HIV/AIDS
Tested for other STD
Provided counseling or mental health treatment
None of the above (no medical follow-up)

33%
4
5
6
57
35

23%
5
5
6
37
57

41%
4
5
5
72
19

26%
2
9
10
51
40

23%
1
0
0
55
41

52%
10
5
6
65
24

Change in housing/custody for victim
Placed in administrative segregation/protective custody
Placed in medical unit
Confined to own room
Moved within facility
Transferred to another unit/facility
None of the above (no change)

10%
1
7
24
10
52

23%
0
13
15
6
47

1%
2
3
31
12
56

15%
0
7
32
7
41

5%
2
3
22
0
69

11%
2
11
18
24
45

Sanction imposed on perpetrator
Solitary/disciplinary
Confined to own room
Placed in higher custody
Transferred to another unit/facility
Loss of privileges
Legal action
Referred to law enforcement
Arrested
Referred for prosecution
Given new sentence
Loss of good time

22%
10
12
37
24
41
7
13
32
2
4

36%
17
12
13
22
40
3
9
31
4
9

12%
6
12
53
26
41
9
17
33
1
1

25%
8
14
37
18
31
2
5
27
0
3

12%
15
12
23
29
27
1
15
13
2
5

28%
8
11
51
26
63
17
20
58
5
5

Note: Detail may sum to more than 100% because multiple responses were allowed for each item.

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

7

• Nearly 40% of perpetrators of staff misconduct or
harassment were arrested or referred for prosecution
(table 13).

Most youth-on-youth perpetrators received legal sanctions or solitary confinement; most staff were arrested,
referred for prosecution, or discharged
• A legal sanction, including referral to law enforcement,
arrest, referral for prosecution, or a new sentence, was
imposed on perpetrators in 63% of all substantiated incidents involving youth-on-youth nonconsensual sexual
acts and in 27% of the incidents involving abusive sexual
contact.
• In the most serious incidents, youth perpetrators were
moved to solitary confinement or disciplinary segregation (28%) or transferred to another unit/facility (51%).

• Among the multiple types of sanctions imposed on staff,
discharge was the most common – 67% of the staff were
discharged.
• Almost all staff perpetrators lost their job in local or private facilities (99%), compared to 75% of staff perpetrators in state systems.

• Even in the least serious incidents (those involving voluntary sexual activity between youth), many perpetrators
received legal sanctions (31%), were transferred to
another unit/facility (37%), or given solitary/disciplinary
confinement (25%).

Table 12. Injury and medical follow-up for victims of staff sexual misconduct and harassment,
by type of facility, 2005-06

All incidents

Staff sexual
misconduct*

Type of facility
State juvenile
Local/private
systems
juvenile facilities

Victim injured
No
Yes

98%
2

99%
1

99%
1

97%
3

Medical follow-up for victims
Given medical examination
Administered rape kit
Tested for HIV/AIDS
Tested for other STD
Provided counseling or mental health treatment
None of the above (no medical follow-up)

4%
3
14
14
47
52

5%
4
18
18
56
43

5%
0
3
5
33
65

3%
5
20
20
56
44

*Excludes incidents of staff sexual harassment.

Table 13. Sanctions on staff involved in incidents of staff-on-youth sexual misconduct and harassment,
by gender of staff and type of facility, 2005-06
Gender of staff
Sanctions on staff

Total

Male

Female

Type of facility
State juvenile Local/private
systems
juvenile facilities

Legal sanctions
Arrested
Referred for prosecution

39%
18
24

43%
26
19

34%
10
31

38%
5
35

40%
27
17

Loss of job
Discharged
Staff resigned (prior to investigation)
Staff resigned (after investigation)

89%
67
18
6

88%
67
12
8

91%
66
25
4

75%
35
26
15

99%
87
13
0

Other sanctions
Reprimanded/disciplined
Demoted
Transferred to another facility

15%
15
0
0

18%
16
1
1

12%
12
0
0

25%
24
0
1

9%
9
1
0

Note: Detail may sum to more than 100% because multiple sanctions may have been imposed.

8 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

In the 2006 survey, non-state facilities were grouped into
3 categories: locally operated facilities (256), privately
operated facilities (1,921), and detention facilities (569):

Methodology
Sampling designs
The 2005 and 2006 SSV included all state-operated juvenile residential placement facilities used to house juveniles
and youthful offenders, regardless of age or reason for
placement. As defined in the 2004 Juvenile Residential
Facility Census (JRFC), residential placement facilities
included detention centers, training schools, long-term
secure facilities; reception or diagnostic centers; group
homes or halfway houses; boot camps; ranches; forestry
camps, wilderness or marine programs, or farms; runaway
or homeless shelters; and residential treatment centers for
juveniles. All states and the District of Columbia operated a
total of 501 juvenile facilities in 2004.

1. 37 locally operated facilities were sampled with certainty because they were the largest in their respective
states, and 1 additional facility was included in the sample based on its size alone.

Separate samples of locally and privately operated facilities
were drawn in accordance with the requirement that BJS
draw a random sample, or other scientifically appropriate
sample, of not less than 10 percent of all facilities covered
under the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (P.L. 10879).

4. 112 other privately operated facilities were sampled
with probabilities proportionate to size from 2 strata
defined by commitment status only.

In the 2005 survey, facilities were first grouped into locally
operated facilities (700) and privately operated facilities
(2,046) and sampled independently:
1. 37 locally operated facilities were selected because
they were the largest in their respective states.
2. 37 other locally operated facilities were selected with
probabilities proportionate to size, where the measure
of size was the total number of persons assigned to
beds in the facility. One was selected with certainty due
to its size; 36 were sampled from 8 strata based on
region and commitment status. Region had 4 levels
(midwest, northeast, south, and west), while commitment status had 2 levels. Detention centers, reception/
diagnostic centers, and shelters were considered noncommitment facilities, and schools, ranches, camps,
farms, halfway houses, and group homes were considered commitment facilities.
3. 51 privately operated juvenile facilities were sampled
with certainty because they were the largest in their
respective states. An additional 4 privately operated
facilities were selected with certainty due to their size.
4. 150 of the remaining 1,991 private facilities were sampled from 8 strata defined by region and commitment
status. Probabilities of selection were proportionate to
size, with equal sample proportions across strata.
While 279 non-state facilities were sampled in the 2005
survey, an additional 51 units were included in the sample
in 2006, bringing the total number of non-state facilities in
the 2006 sample to 330. The sample was expanded to
ensure representation of non-state detention facilities.

2. 20 locally operated facilities that were not the largest in
their respective states were sampled with probabilities
proportionate to size from 2 strata based on commitment status only.
3. 51 privately operated facilities were sampled with certainty as the largest in their respective states, and 1
additional facility was included in the sample based on
its size alone.

5. 108 non-state detention facilities were sampled. Fourteen facilities were included in the sample based on
their sizes alone, while the remaining 94 facilities were
stratified by region and selected with probability proportionate to size.
Data for each state system and sampled facility are displayed in the Appendix tables. In each table, a measure of
population size (based on the number of youth held at
yearend) has been provided as a basis of comparison;
however, the survey results should not be used to rank systems or facilities. Variations in the number of allegations
and substantiated incidents may reflect differences in definitions and reporting criteria, as well as variations in procedures for recording allegations and in the thoroughness of
subsequent investigations.
Survey participation
All state systems and the District of Columbia participated
in the surveys in both years. In the 2005 survey, all 74
locally operated facilities and 188 (of 205) privately operated facilities responded to the survey. Among those not
responding, 11 had closed or were not eligible. Six facilities
refused or did not respond to repeated requests, including:
• Wilderness Program for Boys, Enterprise, Alabama
• Tuolumne House, Turlock, California
• Brown House, Turlock, California
• Excelsior Youth Center, Aurora, Colorado
• Colorado Boys Ranch, La Junta, Colorado
• Klingberg Family Centers, Inc., New Britain,
Connecticut.

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

9

In the 2006 survey, 55 (of 58) locally operated facilities, 149
(of 164) privately operated facilities, and 105 (of 108) nonstate detention facilities responded. Among nonrespondents, 15 had closed or were not eligible. Seven facilities
refused or did not respond to repeated requests, including:

• Completed, attempted, threatened, or requested sexual
acts; or
• Occurrences of indecent exposure, invasion of privacy,
or staff voyeurism for sexual gratification.

• Oak Hill Youth Center, District of Columbia

Staff sexual harassment involves repeated verbal statements or comments of a sexual nature to a youth by an
employee, volunteer, official visitor, or agency representative. Such statements include demeaning references to
gender or derogatory comments about body or clothing; or
profane or obscene language or gestures.

• Sargent House, Boston, Massachusetts

National estimates and accuracy

• Hennipen County Home School, Minnetonka, Minnesota

Survey responses were weighted to produce national estimates by type of facility. Data from the state juvenile systems received a weight of 1.00, because these systems
were all selected (i.e., sampled with certainty). Data from
local and private facilities were assigned a weight equal to
the inverse of their probabilities of selection.

• Camp John Munz, Lake Hughes, California
• Camp Karl Holton, San Fernando, California
• Main Campus, Chatsworth, California

• Buchanan County Academy, St. Joseph, Missouri
Definitions of sexual violence
In 2004, BJS developed uniform definitions of sexual violence. All incidents of youth-on-youth sexual violence
involve sexual contacts with any person without his or her
consent, or with a person who is unable to consent or
refuse. The most serious incidents, nonconsensual sexual
acts, include:
• Contact between the penis and the vagina or the penis
and the anus including penetration, however slight; or
• Contact between the mouth and the penis, vagina, or
anus; or
• Penetration of the anal or genital opening of another person by a hand, finger, or other object.
The less serious incidents, abusive sexual contacts,
include:
• Intentional touching, either directly or through the clothing, of the genitalia, anus, groin, breast, inner thigh, or
buttocks of any person.
Incidents of staff-on-youth sexual violence are separated
into two categories.
Staff sexual misconduct includes any behavior or act of a
sexual nature, either consensual or nonconsensual,
directed toward a youth by an employee, volunteer, official
visitor, or agency representative. Such acts include:
• Intentional touching of the genitalia, anus, groin, breast,
inner thigh, or buttocks with the intent to abuse, arouse,
or gratify sexual desire; or

Survey estimates for local and private juvenile facilities are
subject to sampling error. The error, as measured by an
estimated sampling error, varies by the size of the estimate
and the size of the base population. Estimates of the standard errors for selected survey items are presented in
tables 14 and 15.
These standard errors may be used to construct confidence intervals around survey estimates (e.g., numbers,
rates, and percentages), as well as differences in these
estimates. The 95% confidence interval around the number
of allegations of sexual violence in local or private juvenile
facilities in 2006 is approximately 1,239 plus or minus 1.96
times 216. Statistically, this implies a 95% confidence that
the true number of allegations in 2006 was between 816
and 1,661.
Detail on substantiated incidents
The 2005 and 2006 surveys recorded 405 substantiated
incidents of youth sexual violence—that is, incidents that
were investigated and determined to have occurred. Taking
into account the sampling of local and private juvenile facilities, the estimated total number of substantiated incidents
for the U.S. was 732. Juvenile authorities provided detail on
an estimated 660 incidents (or 90% of all substantiated
incidents). Through the use of a separate incident form, the
survey collected details on circumstances surrounding
each incident, characteristics of victims and perpetrators,
type of force, threat of force, pressure used, sanctions
imposed, and victim assistance provided.

10 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

Because the number of substantiated incidents were relatively infrequent (2.4 per 1,000 youth in 2006 and 5.7 per
1,000 youth in 2005), and because the standard errors for
estimates in non-state facilities were relatively large, the
survey results for each year were combined to provide
more accurate estimates.
Standard errors may be used to construct confidence intervals around these combined survey estimates. For each
combined estimate, the standard error may be calculated
by taking the square root of the sum of each standard error
squared in each survey year. The standard error for the
number of substantiated incidents of youth-on-youth sexual
violence in 2005 was 45.2 in 2005 and 27.7 in 2006. The
pooled standard error was 53.0 (or the square root of 45.22
plus 27.72). Statistically, this implies a 95% confidence that
the true number of substantiated youth-on-youth incidents
in 2005 and 2006 was 439 plus or minus 1.96 times 53.0
(between 335 and 543).
Table 14. Selected standard errors for allegations of sexual
violence, 2005 and 2006
All facilities
Estimate
Number of allegations
Total
2006
2005
Rates per 1,000 youth
2006
2005
Incident type
Youth-on-youth
Nonconsensual sexual
acts
Abusive sexual contacts
Staff-on-youth
Sexual misconduct
Sexual harassment
Outcome of investigations
Youth-on-youth
Substantiated
Unsubstantiated
Unfounded
Investigation ongoing
Staff-on-youth
Substantiated
Unsubstantiated
Unfounded
Investigation ongoing

Standard
error

Local/private
juvenile facilities
Estimate

Standard
error

4,072
2,025
2,047

361
216
289

2,515
1,239
1,276

361
216
289

16.8
16.7

1.7
2.0

15.1
15.4

2.5
3.1

Table 15. Standard errors for characteristics of
substantiated incidents of sexual violence, 2005-06

Type of incident
Youth-on-youth
Voluntary sexual act
Abusive sexual contact
Nonconsensual sexual
act
Staff-on-youth
Sexual misconduct
Sexual harassment

All facilities

Local/private
juvenile facilities

Standard
Estimate error

Standard
Estimate error

21.8
21.0

3.3
4.1

19.0
19.9

5.6
6.9

20.5

3.6

22.6

6.1

28.3
8.4

4.6
4.2

28.8
9.6

7.7
7.0

Where occurred
Victim's room
Dormitory
Common area
Program service area
Outside the facility

26.5
15.9
24.9
18.7
17.2

4.6
2.3
4.3
2.3
5.8

29.3
13.8
24.0
11.9
25.0

7.7
3.8
7.3
3.5
9.2

Time of day
6 a.m. to noon
Noon to 6 p.m.
6 p.m. to midnight
Midnight to 6 a.m.

15.5
35.2
43.7
11.7

2.1
4.8
5.2
2.8

13.3
35.1
46.9
10.5

3.5
8.2
8.8
4.8

Who reported
Victim
Another youth
Line staff
Administrative staff

52.3
16.7
25.0
4.9

4.8
2.8
4.2
2.8

57.6
13.5
25.2
5.8

7.9
4.7
7.1
4.8

1,451
861

244
123

1,019
531

244
123

1,314
446

106
86

663
301

106
86

Gender of victim
Male
Female

63.3
36.7

4.4
4.4

57.0
43.0

7.1
7.1

Age of victim
12 or younger
13-15
16-17
18-19
20 or older

8.6
33.3
45.4
9.0
2.5

2.6
4.1
4.8
1.0
0.6

13.0
33.3
48.3
3.7
1.7

4.4
6.8
7.9
1.4
1.0

Race/Hispanic origin of victim
Whitea
53.9
Blacka
33.1
Hispanic
10.9
Othera,b
2.2

4.9
4.6
2.9
0.5

53.2
34.2
11.1
1.4

8.2
7.6
4.8
0.7

437
845
803
83

53
126
269
38

248
564
540
54

53
126
269
38

295
573
751
155

67
76
74
74

196
357
321
105

67
76
74
74

Note: Allegations occurring in state juvenile systems were
not subject to sampling error.

Note: Incidents occurring in state juvenile systems were
not subject to sampling error.
a

Excludes victims of Hispanic/Latino origin.

b

Includes American Indians, Alaska Natives, Asians, Native
Hawaiians, other Pacific Islanders, and persons identifying two
or more races.

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

11

U.S. Department of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
Bureau of Justice Statistics

*NCJ~215337*

PRESORTED STANDARD
POSTAGE & FEES PAID
DOJ/BJS
Permit No. G-91

Washington, DC 20531

Official Business
Penalty for Private Use $300

The Bureau of Justice Statistics is the statistical
agency of the U.S. Department of Justice. Jeffrey
Sedgwick is the director.
Allen J. Beck, Devon B. Adams, and Paul Guerino
wrote this report. Laura M. Maruschak provided
statistical assistance. Georgette Walsh edited the
report, Tina Dorsey produced the report, and Jayne
Robinson prepared the report for final printing, under
the supervision of Doris J. James.

Greta B. Clark, directed the data collection and
processing, under the supervision of Charlene M.
Sebold and Pamela H. Butler, Governments Division,
U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce.
Shannon James, Kathryn DiMeglio, Nicole Adolph,
Patricia D. Torreyson, and Garry Smith assisted in the
data collection. Suzanne M. Dorinski drew the facility
samples and provided sampling weights.
July 2008 NCJ 215337

Office of Justice Programs
This report in portable document format and in
ASCII and its related statistical data and tables are
available at the BJS World Wide Web Internet site:
<http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/abstract/
svrjca0506.htm>.

12 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

Innovation • Partnerships • Safer Neighborhoods
http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov

Appendix table 1a. Allegations of youth-on-youth sexual violence reported by state juvenile systems, by type, 2005 and 2006

Jurisdiction
Total
Alabama
Alaskaa
Arizona
Arkansasa
California
Colorado
Connecticuta
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinoisa
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michiganb
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montanaa
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermonta,c
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
Number of nonconsensual sexual acts
youth held Allega- Substan- UnsubInvestigation
12/31/2006 tions
tiated
stantiated Unfounded ongoing
38,580
527
240
569
341
2,717
854
101
223
84
6,421
2,004
66
422
1,417
1,028
258
396
816
359
185
634
331
360
140
172
781
103
221
341
114
899
276
1,396
637
90
1,781
375
856
532
207
712
156
621
4,291
536
27
1,004
865
394
570
130

431
7
0
13
11
14
1
0
0
1
41
21
4
1
5
24
0
0
4
13
2
16
2
7
0
4
0
0
1
2
0
12
1
4
0
0
30
12
9
0
2
22
1
18
105
0
1
3
4
0
13
0

91
3
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
5
4
0
0
1
7
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
4
0
0
1
2
8
0
0
5
0
1
26
0
0
0
3
0
9
0

131
4
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
1
21
11
4
1
4
8
0
0
0
8
1
16
0
4
0
4
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
13
2
1
0
2
9
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
0
2
0

190
0
0
12
11
4
0
0
0
0
9
1
0
0
0
9
0
0
1
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
16
7
0
0
0
8
0
16
79
0
0
1
0
0
1
0

19
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
6
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth abusive
sexual contacts
Allega- Substan- UnsubInvestigation
tionstiated
stantiated Unfounded ongoing
331
21
/
8
/
14
17
/
0
1
27
14
1
5
/
9
1
3
5
2
3
8
2
/
6
3
0
/
6
2
0
3
2
0
0
2
64
9
12
0
0
5
0
33
15
0
/
5
12
0
11
0

98
9
/
1
/
3
12
/
0
0
7
2
1
1
/
5
1
2
2
0
1
0
0
/
0
0
0
/
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
5
5
11
0
0
2
0
0
3
0
/
5
5
0
7
0

151
11
/
1
/
8
2
/
0
1
15
6
0
4
/
1
0
1
1
1
1
8
0
/
5
3
0
/
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
55
4
1
0
0
2
0
5
0
0
/
0
7
0
4
0

72
1
/
6
/
3
3
/
0
0
3
0
0
0
/
3
0
0
2
1
0
0
1
/
1
0
0
/
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
1
0
28
12
0
/
0
0
0
0
0

10
0
/
0
/
0
0
/
0
0
2
6
0
0
/
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
/
0
0
0
/
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
/
0
0
0
0
0

/Not reported
a
Reports of nonconsensual sexual acts may include abusive sexual contacts.
b
Reports of abusive sexual contacts are not recorded in a central database.
c
Allegations of nonconsensual acts are limited to completed acts only.

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

13

Appendix table 1b. Allegations of staff sexual misconduct with youth reported by state juvenile systems,
by type, 2005 and 2006

Jurisdiction
Total
Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansasa
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisianab
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michiganb
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexicoc
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohioa
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvaniaa
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texasb
Utah
Vermonta
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

Reported allegations of staff sexual misconduct with youth
Substan- UnsubstanInvestigation
Allegations tiated
tiated
Unfounded ongoing
651
8
1
5
6
13
6
1
4
0
40
32
1
0
1
11
0
11
25
30
4
12
12
5
9
2
5
0
1
2
0
24
1
10
7
0
10
22
4
5
0
8
0
40
245
5
0
5
8
4
6
0

77
0
1
1
0
3
0
0
1
0
9
1
0
0
1
4
0
2
4
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
2
6
1
3
0
0
0
4
21
1
0
2
0
1
0
0

130
3
0
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
18
19
0
0
0
1
0
6
2
10
1
12
3
5
3
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
5
13
1
0
0
1
0
6
0
2
0
1
1
2
3
0

403
2
0
1
6
4
4
0
2
0
10
0
0
0
0
6
0
2
19
19
0
0
0
0
6
2
1
0
0
1
0
23
1
6
6
0
3
3
2
2
0
5
0
30
224
1
0
2
6
1
3
0

41
3
0
0
0
4
2
0
1
0
3
12
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0

/Not reported
aReports of staff sexual misconduct may include staff sexual harassment.
bReports of staff sexual harassment are not recorded in a central database.
c
Allegations of staff sexual harassment are recorded by Employee Relations Bureau.

14 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

Reported allegations of staff sexual harassment of youth
Substan- UnsubstanInvestigation
Allegations tiated
tiated
Unfounded ongoing
144
4
0
3
/
47
1
1
3
0
16
8
5
1
4
6
0
5
9
/
1
6
0
/
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
5
/
4
2
0
/
4
0
/
0
1
0
0
/
0
/
4
0
3
0
0

22
2
0
0
/
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
3
0
0
3
0
4
3
/
0
0
0
/
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
/
0
1
0
/
0
0
/
0
0
0
0
/
0
/
1
0
2
0
0

86
2
0
3
/
37
1
1
0
0
15
6
0
1
4
1
0
1
2
/
0
6
0
/
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
/
1
0
0
/
4
0
/
0
0
0
0
/
0
/
0
0
1
0
0

27
0
0
0
/
4
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
4
/
1
0
0
/
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
/
3
1
0
/
0
0
/
0
1
0
0
/
0
/
3
0
0
0
0

9
0
0
0
/
6
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
/
0
0
0
/
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
/
0
0
0
/
0
0
/
0
0
0
0
/
0
/
0
0
0
0
0

Appendix table 2a. Allegations of youth-on-youth sexual violence reported by locally operated juvenile facilities,
by type, 2005 and 2006

Jurisdiction and facility

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
nonconsensual sexual acts
Reporting Number of
Substan- Unsubstanyear
youth held Allegations tiated
tiated
Unfounded

Totala
Alabama
Montgomery County
California
Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall
Butte Co. Juvenile
Central Juvenile Hall
Dorothy Kirby Center
East Mesa Juvenile
Detention Facility
Kearny-Mesa Juvenile
Detention Facility
Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall
Orange Co. Juvenile Hall
Sierra Youth Centerb
Stanislaus Co. Juvenile Hall
West Valley Juvenile
Detention & Assessment
Yolo Co. Juvenile Hallb
Kearny-Mesa Juvenile
Detention Facility
Los Padrinos Juvenile Hallb
District of Columbia
Oak Hill Youth Center
Louisiana
Caddo Parish Juvenile
Detentionb
Caddo Parish Juvenile
Detentionb

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
abusive sexual contacts
Substan- UnsubAllegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded

5,591

39

9

9

6

39

10

18

11

2006

38

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

2006
2006
2006
2006

672
56
500
79

3
0
1
0

2
0
0
0

0
0
1
0

1
0
0
0

0
1
0
1

0
1
0
1

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

2006

184

0

0

0

0

3

0

3

0

2006
2006
2006
2006
2006

271
544
460
20
122

0
5
1
2
0

0
1
0
0
0

0
3
1
0
0

0
1
0
0
0

7
1
0
/
5

0
0
0
/
0

0
0
0
/
5

7
1
0
/
0

2006
2006

130
55

0
12

0
/

0
/

0
/

1
/

0
/

0
/

1
/

2005
2005

284
462

1
1

1
0

0
0

0
1

1
/

1
/

0
/

0
/

2005

178

1

0

1

0

1

0

1

0

2006

34

1

1

0

0

/

/

/

/

2005

32

1

1

0

0

/

/

/

/

2006

29

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

Michigan
Calhoun Co.
Juvenile Home
Oakland Co.
Childrens Village
Wayne Co.
Detention Facility

2006

198

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

0

2005

148

0

0

0

0

2

2

0

0

Minnesota
Boys Totem Town

2006

54

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2006

16

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

2006

9

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

New Jersey
Mercer Co. Youth
Detention Center

2006

80

2

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

New York
Crossroads Juvenile Center
Horizon Juvenile Center

2006
2006

97
97

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

2
2

0
0

2
1

0
1

Ohio
Butler Co. Juvenile
Rehab & Detention Center

2006

85

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

2006

109

0

0

0

0

2

0

2

0

2005

100

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

Mississippi
Henley Young Juvenile
Justice Center
Yazoo Co. Juvenile
Detention Center

Pennsylvania
Shuman Juvenile
Detention Center
Shuman Juvenile
Detention Center

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

15

Appendix table 2a. Allegations of youth-on-youth sexual violence reported by locally operated juvenile facilities,
by type, 2005 and 2006 (cont’d)

Jurisdiction and facility

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
nonconsensual sexual acts
Reporting Number of
Substan- Unsubstanyear
youth held Allegations tiated
tiated
Unfounded

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
abusive sexual contacts
Substan- UnsubAllegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded

South Carolina
Juvenile Detention
(N. Charleston)

2005

37

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

South Dakota
Western So. Dakota Juvenile
Services Center

2005

56

0

0

0

0

3

3

0

0

2006

44

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

2005

51

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

1

Texas
Burnett-Bayland Reception
Center

2005

134

0

0

0

0

2

1

1

0

Washington
King Co. Department of
Juvenile Detention

2005

126

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

Tennessee
Shelby Co. Juvenile
Detention Center
Shelby Co. Juvenile
Detention Center

/Not reported.
aThe
b

total number of allegations includes ongoing investigations (not shown).

Reports of nonconsensual sexual acts may include abusive sexual contacts.

16 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

Appendix table 2b. Allegations of staff sexual misconduct with youth reported in locally operated
juvenile facilities, by type, 2005 and 2006

Jurisdiction and facility

Reported allegations of staff sexual
misconduct with youth
Reporting
Substan- Unsubyear
Allegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded

Totala
Arizona
Maricopa Co. Juvenile Court Center Phoenix
Mohave County
Maricopa Co. Juvenile Court Center Phoenix

Reported allegations of staff sexual
harassment of youth
Substan- UnsubAllegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded

49

12

13

16

9

1

7

0

2006
2006

1
3

0
3

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

2005

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

California
Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall
Butte Co. Juvenile
Central Juvenile Hall
Fresno Co. Juvenile Justice Campus
Hillcrest Juvenile Hall
Los Pinos Conservation Camp
Orange Co. Juvenile Hall
Orin Allen Youth Rehabilitation Facility
San Joaquin Co. Juvenile Hall

2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2006

1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0

0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1

0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Idaho
District 1 Juvenile Detention Center
Southwest Idaho Juvenile Detention Center

2006
2005

1
1

0
0

0
1

1
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

Indiana
Marion Co. Juvenile Justice Complex

2006

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

Kansas
Johnson Co. Juvenile Detention Center

2006

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Kentucky
Louisville Metro Youth Detention Center

2005

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

Michigan
Calhoun Co. Juvenile Home

2006

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Mississippi
Henley Young Juvenile Justice Center

2006

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

Missouri
St. Louis (City) Juvenile Detention Center

2006

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Nebraska
Douglas Co. Youth Centerb

2005

1

0

1

0

/

/

/

/

New Jersey
Essex Co. Juvenile Detention Centerb
Mercer Co. Youth Detention Center
Essex Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Middlesex Co. Juvenile Detention Center

2006
2006
2005
2005

1
1
1
1

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

1
0
1
1

/
1
0
1

/
0
0
0

/
0
0
1

/
0
0
0

New York
Crossroads Juvenile Center
Horizon Juvenile Center
Crossroads Juvenile Center
Horizon Juvenile Center

2006
2006
2005
2005

2
1
2
1

1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

1
1
1
1

1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

Ohio
County Detention Center (Cleveland)
Hamilton Co. Juvenile Court Youth Center
Residential Treatment Center (Canton)

2006
2005
2005

1
1
0

1
1
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
1

0
0
0

Oklahoma
Oklahoma Co. Juvenile Detention Center

2006

2

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

2006

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

2005

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Oregon
Donald E. Long Home (Multnomah Co.
Dept. of Community Justice)
Donald E. Long Home (Multnomah Co.
Dept. of Community Justice)

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

17

Appendix table 2b. Allegations of staff sexual misconduct with youth reported in locally operated
juvenile facilities, by type, 2005 and 2006 (cont’d)

Jurisdiction and facility

Reported allegations of staff sexual
misconduct with youth
Reporting
Substan- Unsubyear
Allegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded

Reported allegations of staff sexual
harassment of youth
Substan- UnsubAllegations tiated
stantiatedUnfounded

Pennsylvania
Shuman Juvenile Detention Center
Shuman Juvenile Detention Center

2006
2005

3
1

0
0

2
1

0
0

1
0

0
0

1
0

0
0

Texas
Bowie Co. Juvenile Center
Gardner-Betts Juvenile Justice Center
Hunt Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Juvenile Detention Center (Houston)
Kerr Co. Juvenile Facility

2006
2006
2006
2006
2005

1
1
1
1
0

1
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
1
0

0
1
1
0
0

0
0
0
1
1

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
1
1

0
0
0
0
0

Washington
Juvenile Detention (Yakima)
King Co. Department of Juvenile Detention
King Co. Department of Juvenile Detention

2006
2006
2005

1
1
1

0
1
0

1
0
0

0
0
0

0
1
0

0
1
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

/Not reported.
a

The total number of allegations includes ongoing investigations (not shown).

bReports

of staff sexual misconduct may include reports of staff sexual harassment.

18 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

Appendix table 3a. Allegations of youth-on-youth sexual violence reported in privately operated juvenile facilities,
by type, 2005 and 2006

Jurisdiction and facility

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
Number nonconsensual sexual acts
Reporting of youth
Substan- Unsubyear
held
Allegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded

Totala

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
abusive sexual contacts
Substan- UnsubAllegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded

6,878

206

34

89

83

131

13

57

21

2006
2006
2005

48
86
86

13
19
4

1
6
3

8
12
0

4
1
1

0
0
3

0
0
2

0
0
1

0
0
0

Arizona
Parc Place

2005

83

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Arkansas
Alexander Youth Services Center

2005

143

1

0

0

1

2

0

2

0

2006

66

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

2005
2005
2005

70
6
53

4
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

4
0
0

/
1
1

/
0
0

/
1
1

/
0
0

2006
2005

64
73

6
3

0
0

6
0

0
3

/
/

/
/

/
/

/
/

2006
2005

52
109

1
9

1
0

0
2

0
7

0
9

0
0

0
9

0
0

2005

12

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

2006
2005
2005
2005
2005
2005

181
199
64
42
20
179

1
1
1
2
1
2

0
0
0
0
0
1

1
1
1
0
1
1

0
0
0
2
0
0

0
1
1
1
/
0

0
0
0
0
/
0

0
1
1
0
/
0

0
0
0
1
/
0

2005
2005
2005
2005

92
206
248
94

0
3
1
1

0
1
0
0

0
2
1
0

0
0
0
1

6
0
0
0

1
0
0
0

5
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

Idaho
Ranch Campus

2006

69

0

0

0

0

7

3

0

4

Illinois
Residential Treatment Centerc
Residential Treatment Center

2006
2005

148
99

1
9

0
2

1
2

0
5

/
7

/
1

/
5

/
1

Indiana
Christian Haven
Main Campus (Terre Haute)c
Lutherwood

2006
2006
2005

68
76
58

1
4
3

1
0
0

0
4
3

0
0
0

0
/
4

0
/
0

0
/
4

0
/
0

Iowa
Rabiner Treatment Centerc,d,e

2006

90

2

1

0

1

/

/

/

/

Kansas
Newton Campus
Dodge City Campus

2006
2005

82
48

19
0

0
0

19
0

0
0

0
3

0
/

0
/

0
/

Kentucky
Buckhorn Childrens Center
Ramey Estep Home

2006
2006

34
171

0
1

0
0

0
1

0
0

1
0

0
0

1
0

0
0

Louisiana
Hope Haven Center
La Methodist Childrens Home
Hope Haven Center

2006
2006
2005

60
100
53

2
4
1

0
0
0

0
1
0

2
3
1

2
0
1

0
0
0

1
0
0

1
0
1

Alabama
Alabama Clinical School
Residential Treatment
Laurel Oaks
Laurel Oaks

California
Trinity-Yucaipa
Mid Valley Youth Ctr (Residential
Treatment)b
Sycamore House
Trinity-El Monte
Colorado
Emily Griffith Center - Larkspurc
York Group Homec
Connecticut
The Children's Home of Cromwell
Lake Grove at Durham
Youth Emergency Shelter
(Jewell House)
Florida
Hastings Youth Academy
Avon Park Youth Academy
Bristol Youth Academy
Brown Home
First Step Adolescencec
Hastings Youth Academyd
Okeechobee Juvenile Offender
Correction Center
Polk Juvenile Correctional Facility
Sago Palm Academy
The Oaks

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

19

Appendix table 3a. Allegations of youth-on-youth sexual violence reported in privately operated juvenile facilities,
by type, 2005 and 2006 (cont’d)

Jurisdiction and facility
Massachusetts
Germaine Lawrence Inc.

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
Number nonconsensual sexual acts
Reporting of youth
Substan- UnsubAllegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded
year
held

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
abusive sexual contacts
Substan- UnsubAllegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded

2005

65

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

Michigan
Brookside Boys Homec
Clinton Campus
Holy Cross Childrens Servicesf
Vista Mariac
Lutheran Home
Starr Commonwealth/Albion

2006

87

3

0

3

0

/

/

/

/

2006
2006
2005
2005

123
173
18
209

2
49
0
0

2
0
0
0

0
9
0
0

0
40
0
0

/
/
1
2

/
/
0
0

/
/
1
2

/
/
0
0

Minnesota
Residential Treatment
Center (Duluth)c

2006

83

1

1

0

0

/

/

/

/

Missouri
Valley Springs Youth Ranchc

2005

80

1

0

1

0

/

/

/

/

Nevada
Ridge View Youth Services
Centerc

2005

439

3

0

0

3

/

/

/

/

New Jersey
Madalyn Program, Pathfindersc

2005

33

1

1

0

0

/

/

/

/

2006

81

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

2005

44

3

3

0

0

1

1

0

0

Ohio
Bassett House

2005

21

0

0

0

0

2

2

0

0

Oregon
Parrot Creek Residential
Programc
Rosemont School

2006
2005

18
45

1
0

1
0

0
0

0
0

/
15

/
0

/
0

/
10

2006

89

1

1

0

0

1

1

0

0

2006
2005

63
113

0
1

0
1

0
0

0
0

1
0

0
0

0
0

1
0

Rhode Island
Harmony Hill School

2006

55

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

South Carolina
New Hope Carolinas

2006

94

0

0

0

0

32

/

/

/

South Dakota
Springfield Academy
Springfield Academy

2006
2005

65
82

1
0

0
0

0
0

1
0

0
2

0
0

0
2

0
0

Tennessee
Shelby Training Centerg

2006

185

1

0

0

1

/

/

/

/

2006

293

3

3

0

0

/

/

/

/

2006

187

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

2006

36

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

2006
2006
2005

43
85
88

1
1
1

1
0
1

0
0
0

0
1
0

0
0
/

0
0
/

0
0
/

0
0
/

New York
La Salle School
Residential Treatment
Center (Binghamton)

Pennsylvania
Main Campus (Tunkhannock)
Pathfinders High Impact
Residential
Main Campus (Tunkhannock)

Texas
Cal Farley's Boys Ranchc
Geo Group Coke Co.
Juvenile Justice Centerh
Virginia
Merrimac Center
Rappahannock Juvenile
Detention Home
Timber Ridge School
New Dominion Schoolc,e

20 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

Appendix table 3a. Allegations of youth-on-youth sexual violence reported in privately operated juvenile facilities,
by type, 2005 and 2006 (cont’d)

Jurisdiction and facility
West Virginia
Elkins Mountain School
Wisconsin
Eau Claire Academye
Norris Adolescent Center
Northwest Passage Child &
Adolescent Center
Eau Claire Academy
Northwest Passage Child &
Adolescent Centerc
Wyoming
Cathedral Home for Children

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
Number nonconsensual sexual acts
Reporting of youth
Substan- UnsubAllegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded
year
held

Reported allegations of youth-on-youth
abusive sexual contacts
Substan- UnsubAllegations tiated
stantiated Unfounded

2006

59

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

2006
2006

93
94

0
2

0
2

0
0

0
0

1
3

0
0

1
1

0
2

2006
2005

27
97

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

3
8

0
0

3
8

0
0

2005

24

4

0

4

0

/

/

/

/

2005

55

1

0

1

0

5

0

5

0

/Not reported.
a
The total number of allegations includes ongoing investigations (not shown).
b
Reports of abusive sexual contacts are not recorded in a central database.
c
Reports of nonconsensual sexual acts may include abusive sexual contacts.
dAllegations on nonconsensual sexual acts are limited to substantiated occurrences only.
eAllegations of nonconsensual acts are limited to completed acts only.
fUnable to provide data on nonconsensual sexual acts and abusive sexual contact at this time.
gReports of nonconsensual sexual acts are not recorded in a central database.
h
Incidents of nonconsensual sexual acts and abusive sexual contacts are recorded as inappropriate sexual contact.

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

21

Appendix table 3b. Allegations of staff sexual misconduct with youth reported in privately operated
juvenile facilities, by type, 2005 and 2006

Jurisdiction and facility

Reported allegations of staff sexual
misconduct with youth
Reporting Allega- Substan- Unsubyear
tions
tiated
stantiated Unfounded

Totala

Reported allegations of staff sexual
harassment of youth
Allega- Substan- Unsubtions
tiated
stantiated Unfounded

148

31

60

54

40

7

28

5

Alabama
Laurel Oaksb
Laurel Oaks

2006
2005

1
2

1
0

0
2

0
0

/
0

/
0

/
0

/
0

Alaska
Jesse Lee Campus
Jesse Lee Campus

2006
2005

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

1
2

0
0

1
1

0
1

Arkansas
Alexander Youth Services Center

2005

4

1

0

3

0

0

0

0

California
Fred D. Jones Youth Centerb
Fred D. Jones Youth Centerb
Mid Valley Youth Ctr (Residential Treatment)
Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services

2006
2005
2005
2005

3
1
5
0

0
1
0
0

0
0
0
0

3
0
5
0

/
/
0
1

/
/
0
0

/
/
0
1

/
/
0
0

Connecticut
Lake Grove at Durham
Lake Grove at Durham

2006
2005

1
1

0
0

1
1

0
0

0
1

0
0

0
1

0
0

2006
2006
2006

7
4
2

1
1
0

6
3
0

0
0
2

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0

Florida
Cypress Creek Juvenile Correctional Facility
Hastings Youth Academy
Kennedy Campus
Kissimmee Juvenile Correctional
Treatment Center
Sago Palm Academy
Avon Park Youth Academy
Hastings Youth Academy
Okeechobee Juvenile Offender
Correction Center
Polk Juvenile Correctional Facility
Sago Palm Academy

2006
2006
2005
2005

1
1
8
2

1
1
2
1

0
0
6
1

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

2005
2005
2005

5
7
2

1
2
0

4
5
2

0
0
0

1
4
0

0
0
0

1
4
0

0
0
0

Idaho
Ranch Campus

2006

1

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

Illinois
Residential Treatment Center
Rhonda Alter Residence Girls Group Home

2005
2005

2
1

0
1

2
0

0
0

4
2

1
1

3
1

0
0

Indiana
Main Campus (Terre Haute)

2006

4

0

0

4

0

0

0

0

Kansas
Home Ties
Dodge City Campus

2006
2005

1
0

0
0

0
0

1
0

1
1

0
1

1
0

0
0

Kentucky
Buckhorn Children’s Centerb
Ramey Estep Home
Hack Estep Home for Boys

2006
2006
2005

4
2
3

1
0
3

2
1
0

0
1
0

/
0
0

/
0
0

/
0
0

/
0
0

Louisiana
Hope Haven Center
Hope Haven Center
Johnny Robinson Boys Home

2006
2005
2005

3
1
1

1
0
0

0
0
0

2
1
1

0
1
0

0
1
0

0
0
0

0
0
1

Massachusetts
Germaine Lawrence Inc.
Stetson School Inc.

2005
2005

2
2

0
2

2
0

0
0

0
2

0
0

0
2

0
0

Michigan
Pioneer Work and Learn
Vista Mariaa
Starr Commonwealth/Albion

2006
2006
2005

1
8
1

0
0
0

1
3
1

0
5
0

0
/
0

0
/
0

0
/
0

0
/
0

Missouri
Valley Springs Youth Ranchb

2005

1

1

0

0

/

/

/

/

Nebraska
Cooper Village
Home Campus Programs (Boys Town)

2005
2005

1
1

0
0

0
1

1
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

0
0

22 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

Appendix table 3b. Allegations of staff sexual misconduct with youth reported in privately operated
juvenile facilities, by type, 2005 and 2006 (cont’d)

Jurisdiction and facility

Reported allegations of staff sexual
misconduct with youth
Reporting Allega- Substan- Unsubyear
tions
tiated
stantiated Unfounded

Reported allegations of staff sexual
harassment of youth
Allega- Substan- Unsubtions
tiated
stantiated Unfounded

Nevada
Canyon State Academy
Emergency Shelter (Las Vegas)
Ridge View Youth Services Center
Youth Residential (Westcare)

2005
2005
2005
2005

1
1
0
0

0
1
0
0

1
0
0
0

0
0
0
0

0
3
2
1

0
3
0
0

0
0
2
1

0
0
0
0

New Jersey
Madalyn Program, Pathfindersc
Pathfinders High Impact Residentialb

2005
2005

2
2

0
0

1
1

1
1

/
/

/
/

/
/

/
/

New York
Cottage 11/Elmcrest Children's Center
Residential Center (Canaan)b
Residential Treatment Center (Syosset)
Berkshire Farms Center and Services for Youth
Residential Center (Auburn)
Residential Treatment Center (Binghamton)
St. Anne Institute

2006
2006
2006
2005
2005
2005
2005

1
2
1
1
0
0
0

0
1
1
1
0
0
0

0
1
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1
/
0
0
1
2
1

0
/
0
0
0
0
0

0
/
0
0
0
2
0

0
/
0
0
1
0
1

Ohio
Foundations For Living (Girls Residential
Facility)
Boys Village Inc.

2006
2005

5
1

1
0

4
0

0
1

1
0

0
0

1
0

0
0

Pennsylvania
Abraxas of Ohio (Shelby)
Guided Centering Program at Franklin Lodgeb
Madalyn Program For Young Womenb
Main Campus (Grove City)
Pathfinders High Impact Residentialb
Abraxas I (Marienville)b
Emergency Shelter and Detention (Philadelphia)
Main Campus - Tunkhannock, PA
Northwestern Academy

2006
2006
2006
2006
2006
2005
2005
2005
2005

2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1

0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0

2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1

0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0

0
/
/
0
/
/
0
0
0

0
/
/
0
/
/
0
0
0

0
/
/
0
/
/
0
0
0

0
/
/
0
/
/
0
0
0

Rhode Island
John Hope Boys Group Home

2005

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

South Carolina
New Hope Carolinas
Camp White Pinesb

2006
2005

1
1

0
0

1
0

0
0

0
/

0
/

0
/

0
/

South Dakota
Springfield Academy
Springfield Academyb,c

2006
2005

1
3

1
0

0
1

0
2

0
/

0
/

0
/

0
/

Tennessee
Deer Valley

2005

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

Texas
Geo Group Coke Co. Juvenile Justice
Centerb

2006

11

0

0

11

/

/

/

/

Virginia
Merrimac Center
Timber Ridge School
Lynchburg Campus

2006
2006
2005

0
0
1

0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
1

1
2
1

0
0
0

1
2
0

0
0
1

West Virginia
Elkins Mountain School

2005

0

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

Wyoming
Jeffrey C. Wardle Academy
Normative Services Inc.

2005
2005

2
1

0
0

0
1

2
0

2
0

0
0

2
0

0
0

/Not reported.
aThe total number of allegations includes ongoing investigations (not shown).
b
Reports of staff sexual misconduct may include reports of staff sexual harassment.
cReports of staff sexual misconduct are limited to substantiated occurrences only.

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

23

Appendix Table 4a. Locally operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of youth-on-youth
sexual violence, by jurisdiction, 2005
Jurisdiction and facility
Total number of youth held
Alabama
Juvenile Detention (Mobile)
Arizona
Maricopa Co. Juvenile Court Center - Phoenix
Pinal Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Arkansas
Jefferson Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Pulaski Co. Juvenile Detention Center
California
Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall
Camp Gregory Jarvis
Camp Karl Holton
Juvenile Justice Center (Redding)
Muriel Wright Ranch
Riverside Juvenile Hall
Colorado
Jefferson Co. Juvenile Residential Work Crew
Florida
Polk Co. Juvenile Boot Camp
Idaho
Southwest Idaho Juvenile Detention Center
Illinois
Cook Co. Juvenile Temporary Detention Center
Kane Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Indiana
Lake Co. Juvenile Justice Complex
Marion Co. Juvenile Justice Complex
Iowa
Polk Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Kansas
Johnson Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Wyandotte Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Kentucky
Louisville Metro Youth Detention Center
Louisiana
Florida Parishes Juvenile Detention Center
Michigan
Oakland Co. Childrens Village
Muskegon Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Minnesota
Carlbom Group Foster Home
Hennepin Co. Home School
Mississippi
Henley Young Juvenile Justice Center
Missouri
Hilltop
Robert L. Perry Juvenile Justice Center
St. Louis (City) Juvenile Detention Center
Montana
Secure Detention (Billings)

Number of
youth held

Jurisdiction and facility

Number of
youth held

5,684
62
238
40
32
35
496
94
109
58
23
157
10
86
48
373
59
76
129
32
58
32
66
78
200
19
7
545
27
51
25
85

Nebraska
Douglas Co. Youth Center
Nevada
Clark Co. Dept. of Juvenile Justice Services
Spring Mountain Youth Camp
New Jersey
Essex Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Middlesex Co. Juvenile Detention Center
New Mexico
Bernalillo Co. Juv Detention Center
Santa Fe Co. Youth Development Program
New York
Crossroads Juvenile Center
Horizon Juvenile Center
North Carolina
Gatling Juvenile Diagnostic Center
North Dakota
Cass Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Ohio
Hamilton Co. Juvenile Court Youth Center
Lucas Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Center
Residential Treatment Center (Canton)
Oklahoma
Oklahoma Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Oregon
Donald E. Long Home (Multnomah Co. Dept. of Comm)
Pennsylvania
Lebanon Co. Boys Group Home
Northampton Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Tioga Co. Children's CRR
Tioga Co. Residential Detention & Treatment Center
Texas
Dallas Co. Detention Center
Delta Boot Camp
El Paso Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Kerr Co. Juvenile Facility
San Patricio Co. Juvenile Detention Ctr
Tarrant Co. Juvenile Detention/Treatment Ctr
Virginia
Crisis Intervention Home
Norfolk Detention Home
Northern VA Juvenile Detention Home
Wisconsin
Milwaukee Co. Juvenile Detention Home
Racine Co. Detention Center

56

24 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

134
206
99
105
61
39
66
93
91
18
5
123
56
26
109
77
51
6
39
8
10
321
143
39
34
10
52
11
76
58
64
48

Appendix table 4b. Locally operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of youth-on-youth
sexual violence, by jurisdiction, 2006
Jurisdiction and facility
Total number of youth held
Alabama
Jefferson Co. Youth Detention Center
Juvenile Detention (Mobile)
Arizona
Detention Center (Tucson)
Eastern Arizona Regional Juvenile Detention
Maricopa Co. Juvenile Court Center - Mesa
Maricopa Co. Juvenile Court Center - Phoenix
Mohave County
Arkansas
Pulaski Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Yell County
California
Alameda County
Camp Barrett
Camp C B Afflerbaugh
Camp David Gonzales
Camp Joseph Scott
Camp Judith Resknik
Camp Wilmont Sweeney
Central Valley Juvenile Detention & Assessment Center
Fouts Springs Youth Facility
Fresno Co. Juvenile Justice Campus
Hillcrest Juvenile Hall
James G. Bowles Juvenile Hall
Juvenile Hall (Contra Costa Co)
Juvenile Justice Center (Redding)
Juvenile Ranch Facility
Kings Co. Juvenile Center
Lacy Juvenile Annex
Los Pinos Conservation Camp
Mendocino Co. Juvenile Hall
Orin Allen Youth Rehabilitation Facility
Riverside Juvenile Hall
Sacramento Co. Juvenile Hall
San Joaquin Co. Juvenile Hall
San Luis Obispo Co. Juvenile Hall
Santa Clara Co. Juvenile Hall
Solano Co. Juvenile Hall
Warren E. Thornton Youth Center
Youth Guidance Center
Colorado
Jefferson Co. Juvenile Residential Work Crew
Florida
Manatee Youth Academy
Polk Co. S.T.A.R. Program
Idaho
District 1 Juvenile Detention Center
Southwest Idaho Juvenile Detention Center
Illinois
Cook Co. Juvenile Temporary Detention Center
Kane Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Mary Davis Detention Home
LaSalle Co. Detention Home
Indiana
Allen Co. Juvenile Center
Clark Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Elkhart Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Marion Co. Juvenile Justice Complex
Iowa
Polk Co. Juvenile Detention Center

Number of
youth held

Jurisdiction and facility

Number of
youth held

9,806
77
79
96
34
107
265
20
31
13
221
147
93
98
93
98
65
228
58
328
144
145
166
58
110
62
51
133
24
98
138
327
168
40
243
85
84
119
5
17
53
51
52
393
50
35
17
86
12
22
112
20

Kansas
Johnson Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Juvenile Detention Facility (Wichita)
Kentucky
Louisville Metro Youth Detention Center
Louisiana
Florida Parishes Juvenile Detention Center
L. Robert Rivarde Memorial Home
Michigan
Macomb Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Secure Detention (Berrien Center)
Wayne Co. Juvenile Detention Facility
Minnesota
Ramsey Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Missouri
St. Louis (City) Juvenile Detention Center
Montana
Flathead Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Secure Detention (Billings)
Nebraska
Douglas Co. Youth Center
Lancaster Co. Youth Services Center
Nevada
Clark Co. Dept. of Juvenile Justice Services
Douglas Co. Juvenile Detention Facility
New Jersey
Essex Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Middlesex Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Warren Acres Juvenile Detention Center
New Mexico
Camp Sierra Blanca
Santa Fe Co. Youth Development Program
New York
Barbara Blum Non Secure Detention
North Carolina
Gatling Juvenile Diagnostic Center
Emergency Runaway Shelter
North Dakota
Cass Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Ohio
Clermont Co. Juvenile Court
County Detention Center (Cleveland)
Edward J. Ruzzo Juvenile Justice Center
Hamilton Co. Juvenile Court Youth Center
Hillcrest Training School
Juvenile Detention Center (Zainesville)
Juvenile Detention Home (Akron)
Lorain Co. Detention Homea
West Central Juvenile Rehabilitation Center
Oklahoma
Oklahoma Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Texas Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Tulsa Co. Juvenile Detention Home
Oregon
Community Juvenile Justice Center
Donald E. Long Home
Jackson Co. Juvenile Detention Facility
Pennsylvania
Berks Co. Youth Center
Cambria Co. Detention Center
Lancaster Co. Youth Intervention Center
Youth Study Center

56
71
75
67
43
77
22
135
67
89
7
18
134
63
174
12
124
74
7
19
50
7
10
2
8
18
137
25
151
116
28
43
45
29
73
6
52
29
58
48
56
6
49
108

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

25

Appendix table 4b. Locally operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of youth-on-youth
sexual violence, by jurisdiction, 2006 (cont’d)
Jurisdiction and facility
South Carolina
Juvenile Detention (N. Charleston)
Tennessee
Juvenile Detention (Chattanooga)
Texas
Barbara Culver Juvenile Justice Detention Center
Bexar Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Bowie Co. Juvenile Center
Collins Co. Juvenile Detention
Dallas Co. Detention Center
Dallas Co. Secure Posta
Dallas Co. Youth Village
Delta Boot Camp
Gardner-Betts Juvenile Justice Center
Harris Co. Youth Village
Hunt Co. Juvenile Detention Center

Number of
youth held
Juvenile Detention Center (Houston)
Shelter Harbor (North, South, East, West)
Williamson Co. Juvenile Detention Center

34
23
14
239
38
74
346
96
88
129
67
98
19

236
56
20

Virginia
Detention Home (Disputanta)
Norfolk Detention Home
Tidewater Detention Home
Washington
Benton Franklin Juvenile Justice Center
Clallam Co. Youth Service Center
Juvenile Detention Facility (Port Orchard)
Juvenile Detention (Yakima)
King Co. Department of Juvenile Detention
Pierce Co. Juvenile Court
Wisconsin
Milwaukee Co. Juvenile Detention Home

26 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

16
70
54
42
17
29
24
68
64
86

Appendix table 4c. Locally operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of staff sexual
misconduct with youth, by jurisdiction, 2005
Jurisdiction and facility
Total number of youth held
Alabama
Juvenile Detention (Mobile)
Arizona
Pinal Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Arkansas
Jefferson Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Pulaski Co. Juvenile Detention Center
California
Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall
Camp Gregory Jarvis
Camp Karl Holton
Juvenile Justice Center (Redding)
Kearny-Mesa Juvenile Detention Facility
Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall
Muriel Wright Ranch
Riverside Juvenile Hall
Colorado
Jefferson Co. Juvenile Residential Work Crew
District of Columbia
Oak Hill Youth Center
Florida
Polk Co. Juvenile Boot Camp
Illinois
Cook Co. Juvenile Temporary Detention Center
Kane Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Indiana
Lake Co. Juvenile Justice Complex
Marion Co. Juvenile Justice Complex
Iowa
Polk Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Kansas
Johnson Coy Juvenile Detention Center
Wyandotte Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Louisiana
Caddo Parish Juvenile Detention
Florida Parishes Juvenile Detention Center
Michigan
Oakland Co. Childrens Village
Muskegon Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Wayne Co. Detention Facility
Minnesota
Carlbom Group Foster Home
Hennepin Co. Home School
Mississippi
Henley Young Juvenile Justice Center
Missouri
Hilltop
Robert L. Perry Juvenile Justice Center
St. Louis (City) Juvenile Detention Center

Number of
youth held

Jurisdiction and facility

Number of
youth held

5,913
62
40
32
35
496
94
109
58
284
462
23
157
10
178
86
373
59
76
129
32
58
32
32
78
200
19
148
7
545

Montana
Secure Detention (Billings)
Nevada
Clark Co. Dept. of Juvenile Justice Services
Spring Mountain Youth Camp
New Mexico
Bernalillo Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Santa Fe Co. Youth Development Program
North Carolina
Gatling Juvenile Diagnostic Center
North Dakota
Cass Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Ohio
Lucas Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Center
Oklahoma
Oklahoma Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Pennsylvania
Lebanon Co. Boys Group Home
Northampton Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Tioga Co. Children's CRR
Tioga Co. Residential Detention & Treatment Center
South Carolina
Juvenile Detention (N. Charleston)
South Dakota
Western So. Dakota Juvenile Services Center
Tennessee
Shelby Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Texas
Burnett-Bayland Reception Center
Dallas Co. Detention Center
Delta Boot Camp
El Paso Co. Juvenile Justice Center
San Patricio Co. Juvenile Detention Ctr
Tarrant Co. Juvenile Detention/Treatment Ctr
Virginia
Crisis Intervention Home
Norfolk Detention Home
Northern VA Juvenile Detention Home
Wisconsin
Milwaukee Co. Juvenile Detention Home
Racine Co. Detention Center

56
206
99
39
66
18
5
56
26
77
6
39
8
10
37
56
51
134
321
143
39
10
52
11
76
58
64
48

27
51
25
85

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

27

Appendix table 4d. Locally operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of staff sexual
misconduct with youth, by jurisdiction, 2006
Jurisdiction and facility
Total number of youth held
Alabama
Jefferson Co. Youth
Juvenile Detention (Mobile)
Montgomery Co
Arizona
Detention Center (Tucson)
Eastern Arizona Regional Juvenile Detention
Maricopa Co. Juvenile Court Center - Mesa
Arkansas
Pulaski Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Yell County
California
Alameda County
Camp Barrett
Camp C B Afflerbaugh
Camp David Gonzales
Camp Joseph Scott
Camp Judith Resknik
Camp Wilmont Sweeney
Central Valley Juvenile Detention & Assessment Center
Dorothy Kirby Center
East Mesa Juvenile Detention Facility
Fouts Springs Youth Facility
James G. Bowles Juvenile Hall
Juvenile Hall (Contra Costa County)
Juvenile Justice Center (Redding)
Juvenile Ranch Facility
Kearny-Mesa Juvenile Detention Facility
Kings Co. Juvenile Center
Lacy Juvenile Annex
Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall
Mendocino Co. Juvenile Hall
Riverside Juvenile Hall
Sacramento Co. Juvenile Hall
San Luis Obispo Co. Juvenile Hall
Santa Clara Co. Juvenile Hall
Sierra Youth Center
Solano Co. Juvenile Hall
Stanislaus Co. Juvenile Hall
Warren E. Thornton Youth Center
West Valley Juvenile Detention & Assessment
Yolo Co. Juvenile Hall
Youth Guidance Center
Colorado
Jefferson Co. Juvenile Residential Work Crew
Florida
Manatee Youth Academy
Polk Co. S.T.A.R. Program
Idaho
Southwest Idaho Juvenile Detention Center
Illinois
Cook Co. Juvenile Temporary Detention Center
Kane Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Mary Davis Detention Home
LaSalle Co. Detention Home
Indiana
Allen Co. Juvenile Center
Clark Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Elkhart Co. Juvenile Detention Center

Number of
youth held

Jurisdiction and facility

Number of
youth held

9.365
77
79
38
96
34
107
31
13
221
147
93
98
93
98
65
228
79
184
58
145
166
58
110
271
62
51
544
24
138
327
40
243
20
85
122
84
130
55
119
5
17
53
52
393
50
35
17
86
12
22

Iowa
Polk Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Kansas
Juvenile Detention Facility (Wichita)
Kentucky
Louisville Metro Youth Detention Center
Louisiana
Caddo Parish Juvenile Detention
Florida Parishes Juvenile Detention Center
L. Robert Rivarde Memorial Home
Michigan
Macomb Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Oakland Co. Childrens Village
Secure Detention (Berrien Center)
Wayne Co. Juvenile Detention Facility
Minnesota
Boys Totem Town
Ramsey Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Mississippi
Yazoo Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Montana
Flathead Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Secure Detention (Billings)
Nebraska
Douglas Co. Youth Center
Lancaster Co. Youth Services Center
Nevada
Clark Co. Dept. of Juvenile Justice Services
Douglas Co. Juvenile Detention Facility
New Jersey
Middlesex Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Warren Acres Juvenile Detention Center
New Mexico
Camp Sierra Blanca
Santa Fe Co. Youth Development Program
New York
Barbara Blum Non Secure Detention
North Carolina
Gatling Juvenile Diagnostic Center
Emergency Runaway Shelter
North Dakota
Cass Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Ohio
Butler Co. Juvenile Rehab & Detention Center
Clermont Co. Juvenile Court
Edward J. Ruzzo Juvenile Justice Center
Hamilton Co. Juvenile Court Youth Center
Hillcrest Training School
Juvenile Detention Center (Zainesville)
Juvenile Detention Home (Akron)
Lorain Co. Detention Home
West Central Juvenile Rehabilitation Center
Oklahoma
Texas Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Tulsa Co. Juvenile Detention Home
Oregon
Community Juvenile Justice Center
Jackson Co. Juvenile Detention Facility

28 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

20
71
75
34
67
43
77
198
22
135
54
67
9
7
18
134
63
174
12
74
7
19
50
7
10
2
8
85
18
25
151
116
28
43
45
29
6
52
29
48

Appendix table 4d. Locally operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of staff sexual misconduct
with youth, by jurisdiction, 2006 (cont’d)
Jurisdiction and facility
Pennsylvania
Berks Co. Youth Center
Cambria Co. Detention Center
Lancaster Co. Youth Intervention Center
Youth Study Center
South Carolina
Juvenile Detention (N. Charleston)
Tennessee
Juvenile Detention (Chattanooga)
Shelby Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Texas
Barbara Culver Juvenile Justice Detention Center
Bexar Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Collins Co. Juvenile Detention
Dallas Co. Detention Center
Dallas Co. Secure Post
Dallas Co. Youth Village
Delta Boot Camp
Harris Co. Youth Village
Shelter Harbor (North, South, East, West)
Williamson Co. Juvenile Detention Center

Number of
youth held
56
6
49
108
34
23
44

Jurisdiction and facility
Virginia
Detention Home (Disputanta)
Norfolk Detention Home
Tidewater Detention Home
Washington
Benton Franklin Juvenile Justice Center
Clallam Co. Youth Service Center
Juvenile Detention Facility (Port Orchard)
Pierce Co. Juvenile Court
Wisconsin
Milwaukee Co. Juvenile Detention Home

Number of
youth held
16
70
54
42
17
29
64
86

14
239
74
346
96
88
129
98
56
20

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

29

Appendix table 5a. Privately operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of youth-on-youth sexual
violence, by jurisdiction, 2005
Jurisdiction and facility
Total number of youth held
Alabama
Boys Home 2 (Harpersville)
Camp Cobia
Detention Center (Aniston)
Alaska
Jesse Lee Campus
Arizona
Arizona's Childrens Association
Cochise Co. Children's Center
Florence Crittenton Services
Arkansas
Shelter (SAYS)
Youth Center (Batesville)
California
330 Jewett Road Home
Fred D. Jones Youth Center
Main Campus - Chatsworth
Main Campus - Chino Hills
Maryvale
Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services
Colorado
Griffith Center for Children - Rifle
Marilee Center
Delaware
Camelot Group Home
Florida
Camp E-Ma-Chamee
Camp E-Toh-Anee
Camp E-Wen-Akee
First Step III Halfway House
Mats Halfway House
Riverside Academy
Thompson Academy
Youth Environmental Services (Y.E.S.)
Georgia
Camp E-Ma-Laku (Suchess)
Mcintosh Youth Development Campus
Paulding Regional Youth Detention Center
The Bridge Inc.
Hawaii
Emergency Shelter (Hilo)
Idaho
Anchor House
Ranch Campus
Illinois
Arrowhead Ranch
Chaddock
Rhonda Alter Residence Girls Group Home
Indiana
Campagna Academy
Kokomo Academy
Muncie Reception & Diagnostic Center
Southwest Indiana Regional Youth Village
Whites Residential and Family Services
Iowa
Angelou Unit
Coolidge Unit
Pathways
Summit Program
The Crittenton Center
Woodward Academy
Kansas
Newton Campus
Raymond Cerf Home

Number of
youth held

Jurisdiction and facility

Number of
youth held

10,906
12
94
33
53
9
2
39
21
6
5
107
99
122
65
68
22
30
20
53
43
29
27
50
158
/
34
43
0
81
40
4
10
35
49
34
9
43
79
56
115
144
30
24
12
19
17
164
48
9

Kentucky
Dixon Treatment Center
Hack Estep Home for Boys
Homeward Bound Runaway Shelter
Louisiana
Johnny Robinson Boys Home
Maine
Reardon's Place
Maryland
Bowling Brook Prep School
Residential Program (Baltimore)
Salem Group Home
Shelter - Maryland Family Trust
Massachusetts
New River Academy
Spectrum Youth Academy
Stetson School Inc.
Michigan
Clarence Fischer Leadership Academy
Eagle Village Inc.
Hitchcock House
Pioneer Work and Learn
St. Johns Home
Wolverine Secure Treatment Center
Minnesota
Bar-None Residential Treatment Services
Mille Lacs Academy
Residential Treatment Center (Woodland Hills)
Mississippi
Harrison Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Missouri
Noland Residential Treatment
St. James Facility
Nebraska
Cooper Village
Home Campus Programs (Boys Town)
Nevada
Canyon State Academy
Emergency Shelter (Las Vegas)
Sierra Ridge Academy
Silverstate Academy
Youth Residential (Westcare)
New Jersey
Pathfinders High Impact Residential
New Mexico
Camp Sierra Blanca
New York
Arnett Group Home
Berkshire Farms Center and Services for Youth
Capital Dist Juvenile Secure Detention Facility
Dobbs Ferry Facility RTC
Group Emergency Foster Care
Haskins Non-Secure Detention
Lincoln Hall
North Bronx
Residential Center (Auburn)
Residential Treatment Program - Dewey
St. Anne Institute
Zoller House
North Carolina
Camp E-Ma-Etu (Boomer)
Crossnore School Inc. (short & long term prog)
North Dakota
The Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch

30 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

10
164
3
47
9
133
101
8
27
20
130
111
69
75
14
223
54
80
58
82
88
15
36
143
94
468
232
13
97
161
28
52
22
7
165
24
73
122
11
225
12
34
80
134
16
52
78
54

Appendix table 5a. Privately operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of youth-on-youth
sexual violence, by jurisdiction, 2005 (cont’d)
Jurisdiction and facility
Ohio
Abraxas of Ohio (Shelby)
Boys Village Inc.
Safe Landing Youth Shelters - Boys
South Avenue - Home #5
Oklahoma
Bethesda Level E Girls Group Home
Pittsburg Co. Youth Emergency Shelter
Tulsa Boys Home
Oregon
Meadowlark Manor
St. Mary's Home for Boys
Pennsylvania
Abraxas I (Marienville)
Abraxas Center for Adolescent Females
Abraxas Leadership Development Program
Auberle Main Campus
Camp Charles Young
Cresson Secure Treatment Unit
Emergency Shelter and Detention (Philadelphia)
Fend Home
Gannondale
Glen Mills Schools
JJC of Philadelphia (Thomas Ave)
Main Campus, George Junior Republic
Mars Home for Youth
Northwestern Academy
Summit Academy
Walnut Corners Adolescent Group Home
West 26th Street Intensive Treatment Unit
Rhode Island
Harmony Hill School
John Hope Boys Group Home

Number of
youth held
105
55
6
4
12
6
61
9
64
266
76
104
106
116
35
13
11
36
884
16
532
43
180
245
8
8
53
6

Jurisdiction and facility
South Carolina
Camp White Pines
Emergency Shelter (Aikon)
New Hope Carolinas
South Dakota
Sky Ranch for Boys
Tennessee
Deer Valley
McDowell Center for Children
Shelby Training Center
Wilson Co. Youth Ranch
Texas
Buckner Children's Village
Emergency Shelter (San Antonio)
Geo Group Coke Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Mel Matthews Boys Ranch
The High Frontier
Utah
Cinnamon Hills Youth Crisis Center
County Residential Group Home (Mona)
Salt Lake Valley Detention
Virginia
Lynchburg Campus
West Virginia
Elkins Mountain School
Pressley Ridge of Northern WV/Laurel Park
Wisconsin
Horizon House
Rawhide Inc.
Wyoming
Jeffrey C. Wardle Academy
Johnson Sheridan Youth Home
Normative Services Inc.

Number of
youth held
79
31
100
28
35
27
182
66
47
14
208
9
85
137
16
100
121
59
40
4
39
46
10
143

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

31

Appendix table 5b. Privately operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of youth-on-youth
sexual violence, by jurisdiction, 2006
Jurisdiction and facility
Total number of youth held
Alabama
Camp Mitnick
Girls Camp Choices (Paint Valley)
Alaska
Emergency Shelter (Kenai)
Jesse Lee Campus
Arizona
Florence Crittenton Services
Arkansas
Piney Ridge Center
Walton Home
California
1929 Camden House
Fred D. Jones Youth Center
Main Campus (Chino Hills)
Oak Knolls Home
Sacramento Assessment Center
Trinity-Apple Valley
Ventura Co. Juvenile Facilities
Colorado
Alternative Youth Adventures
Jeffco
Connecticut
Lake Grove at Durham
Main Street House
Delaware
Camelot Group Home
Florida
Camp E-Hun-Tee
Camp E-Nini-Hassee
Camp E-Ten-Etu
Camp E-Toh-Anee
Camp E-Wen-Akee
Crossroads Wilderness Institute
Cypress Creek Juvenile Correctional Facility
Eckerd Intensive Halfway House
Gulf Coast Youth Academy
Halfway House A (Cottage II)
Kennedy Campus
Kissimmee Juvenile Correctional Treatment Center
Liberty Wilderness Crossroads Camp
Milton Girls Juvenile Residential Facility
Sago Palm Academy
Taylor House
Georgia
Broken Shackle Ranch
Josephs Home For Boys
Paulding Regional Youth Detention Center
Hawaii
Hilo Emergency Shelter
Illinois
Arrowhead Ranch
Indiana
Childrens Campus in Mishawaka
Kingsfield Childrens Home
Muncie Reception & Diagnostic Center
Southwest Indiana Regional Youth Village
Whites Residential and Family Services
Iowa
C-6 Cottage (Graettinger)
Jefferson Unit
Woodward Academy

Number of
youth held

Jurisdiction and facility

Number of
youth held

9,834
12
28
5
50
40
76
6
34
59
135
11
21
38
64
30
14
105
7
21
26
65
51
39
26
30
92
29
68
29
109
46
36
43
242
140
35
8
74
7
52
137
6
67
161
149
2
28
181

Kansas
Home Ties
Robert Brock Home
Louisiana
AB Horn Group Home
Methodist Group Home
Maine
Reardon's Place
Maryland
Oak Hill House
Massachusetts
Boys Shelter Care Unit
High Point School
Germaine Lawrence Inc.
Stetson School Inc.
Michigan
Bay Co. Juvenile Home
Lutheran Home
Moreau Center
Pioneer Work and Learn
Minnesota
Girls Home - Safe Haven
Isanti Ranch Short Term Consequence Unit
Mille Lacs Academy
Southwestern Youth Services
Mississippi
Harrison Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Missouri
Campus (Kansas City)
Marygrove
St. James Facility
Nebraska
Home Campus Programs (Boys Town)
Nevada
Canyon State Academy
Emergency Services (Westcare)
Ridge View Youth Services Center
Silverstate Academy
Westcare Women & Children Campus
New Jersey
Bonnie Brae Farms
New York
289 Sixth Avenue Home
Clinton Avenue House
Cottage 11/Elmcrest Children's Center
East Village
Lincoln Hall
Residential Center (Canaan)
Residential Treatment Center (Dix Hlls)
Residential Treatment Center (Syosset)
Woodfield Cottage Secure Detention Facility
North Carolina
Crossnore School Inc. (short & long term prog)
North Dakota
The Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch
Ohio
Act 1 Residential Treatment
Foundations For Living (Girls Residential Facility)
Oklahoma
Cedar Canyon Adventure Program
Tulsa Boys Home
Oregon
St. Mary's Home for Boys

32 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

7
10
25
28
7
10
27
53
52
107
17
15
62
243
6
16
89
24
31
68
125
120
447
193
36
443
192
31
89
12
12
88
32
220
151
50
129
39
77
55
18
61
18
53
59

Appendix table 5b. Privately operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of youth-on-youth
sexual violence, by jurisdiction, 2006 (cont’d)
Jurisdiction and facility
Pennsylvania
Abraxas I (Marienville)
Abraxas of Ohio (Shelby)
Carrick Avenue Boys Home
Glen Mills Schools
Guided Centering Program at Franklin Lodge
JJC of Philadelphia
Krause Youth Shelter
Madalyn Program For Young Women
Main Campus (Grove City)
Northwestern Academy
Pennslyvania Clinical School
Residential Treatment Program
Satellite Program - Children's Home of Easton
Schaffner Youth Center
Sweeney Home
South Carolina
Camp White Pines
Emergency Shelter (Aiken)
South Dakota
Chamberlain Academy
Western South Dakota Juvenile Detention Center

Number of
youth held
265
107
9
908
79
25
9
38
520
274
110
76
53
36
13
76
44
56
53

Jurisdiction and facility
Tennessee
Reflections Treatment
Texas
Mel Matthews Boys Ranch
Rockdale Regional Juvenile Justice Center
Utah
Girls Unit (Kearns)
Salt Lake Valley Detention
Virginia
Chaplin Youth Center
New Dominion School
Washington
Excelsior Youth Center
Ruth Dykeman Children's Center
West Virginia
Northern Regional Juvenile Detention Center
Wisconsin
New Horizon Center
Wyalusing Academy
Wyoming
Normative Services Inc.

Number of
youth held
53
56
67
8
103
10
83
52
30
17
8
72
143

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

33

Appendix table 5c. Privately operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations
of staff sexual misconduct with youth, by jurisdiction, 2005
Jurisdiction and facility
Total number of youth held
Alabama
Boys Home 2 (Harpersville)
Camp Cobia
Detention Center (Anniston)
Arizona
Arizona's Children Association
Cochise Co. Children's Center
Florence Crittenton Services
Parc Place
Arkansas
Shelter (SAYS)
Youth Center (Batesville)
California
330 Jewett Road Home
Main Campus - Chatsworth
Main Campus - Chino Hills
Maryvale
Sycamore House
Trinity-El Monte
Colorado
Griffith Center for Children - Rifle
Marilee Center
York Group Home
Connecticut
Youth Emergency Shelter (Jewell House)
Delaware
Camelot Group Home
Florida
Bristol Youth Academy
Brown Home
Camp E-Ma-Chamee
Camp E-Toh-Anee
Camp E-Wen-Akee
First Step Adolescence
First Step III Halfway House
Mats Halfway House
Riverside Academy
The Oaks
Thompson Academy
Youth Environmental Services (Y.E.S.)
Georgia
Camp E-Ma-Laku (Suchess)
Mcintosh Youth Development Campus
Paulding Regional Youth Detention Center
The Bridge Inc.
Hawaii
Emergency Shelter (Hilo)
Idaho
Anchor House
Ranch Campus
Illinois
Arrowhead Ranch
Chaddock
Indiana
Campagna Academy
Kokomo Academy
Lutherwood
Muncie Reception & Diagnostic Center
Southwest Indiana Regional Youth Village
Whites Residential and Family Services

Number of
youth held

Jurisdiction and facility

Number of
youth held

8,988
12
94
33
9
2
39
83
21
6
5
99
122
65
6
53
22
30
73
12
20
64
42
53
43
29
20
27
50
158
94
/
34
43
0
81
40
4
10
35
49
34
43
79
58
56
115
155

Iowa
Angelou Unit
Coolidge Unit
Pathways
Summit Program
The Crittenton Center
Woodward Academy
Kansas
Newton Campus
Raymond Cerf Home
Kentucky
Dixon Treatment Center
Homeward Bound Runaway Shelter
Maine
Reardon's Place
Maryland
Bowling Brook Prep School
Residential Program (Baltimore)
Salem Group Home
Shelter - Maryland Family Trust
Massachusetts
New River Academy
Spectrum Youth Academy
Michigan
Clarence Fischer Leadership Academy
Eagle Village Inc.
Hitchcock House
Lutheran Home
Pioneer Work and Learn
St. Johns Home
Wolverine Secure Treatment Center
Minnesota
Bar-None Residential Treatment Services
Mille Lacs Academy
Residential Treatment Center (Woodland Hills)
Mississippi
Harrison Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Missouri
Noland Residential Treatment
St. James Facility
Nevada
Sierra Ridge Academy
Silverstate Academy
New Mexico
Camp Sierra Blanca
New York
Arnett Group Home
Capital Dist Juvenile Secure Detention Facility
Dobbs Ferry Facility RTC
Group Emergency Foster Care
Haskins Non-Secure Detention
Lincoln Hall
North Bronx
Residential Treatment Program - Dewey
Zoller House
North Carolina
Camp E-Ma-Etu (Boomer)
Crossnore School Inc. (short & long term program)
North Dakota
The Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch

34 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

30
24
12
19
17
164
48
9
10
3
9
133
101
8
27
20
130
69
75
14
18
223
54
80
58
82
88
15
36
143
97
161
22
7
24
73
122
11
225
12
80
16
52
78
54

Appendix table 5c. Privately operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations
of staff sexual misconduct with youth, by jurisdiction, 2005 (cont’d)
Jurisdiction and facility
Ohio
Abraxas of Ohio (Shelby)
Bassett House
Safe Landing Youth Shelters - Boys
South Avenue - Home #5
Oklahoma
Bethesda Level E Girls Group Home
Pittsburg Co. Youth Emergency Shelter
Tulsa Boys Home
Oregon
Meadowlark Manor
Rosemont School
St. Mary's Home for Boys
Pennsylvania
Abraxas Center for Adolescent Females
Abraxas Leadership Development Program
Auberle Main Campus
Camp Charles Young
Cresson Secure Treatment Unit
Fend Home
Gannondale
Glen Mills Schools
JJC of Philadelphia (Thomas Ave)
Main Campus, George Junior Republic
Mars Home for Youth
Summit Academy
Walnut Corners Adolescent Group Home
West 26th Street Intensive Treatment Unit
Rhode Island
Harmony Hill School

Number of
youth held
105
21
6
4
12
6
61
9
45
64
76
104
106
116
35
11
36
884
16
532
43
245
8
8
53

Jurisdiction and facility
South Carolina
Emergency Shelter (Aikon)
New Hope Carolinas
South Dakota
Sky Ranch for Boys
Tennessee
McDowell Center for Children
Shelby Training Center
Wilson Co. Youth Ranch
Texas
Buckner Children's Village
Emergency Shelter (San Antonio)
Geo Group Coke Co. Juvenile Justice Center
Mel Matthews Boys Ranch
The High Frontier
Utah
Cinnamon Hills Youth Crisis Center
County Residential Group Home (Mona)
Salt Lake Valley Detention
Virginia
New Dominion School
West Virginia
Pressley Ridge of Northern WV/Laurel Park
Wisconsin
Eau Claire Academy
Horizon House
Northwest Passage Child & Adolescent Center
Rawhide Inc.
Wyoming
Cathedral Home for Children
Johnson Sheridan Youth Home

Number of
youth held
31
100
28
27
182
66
47
14
208
9
85
137
16
100
88
40
97
4
24
39
55
10

/Not reported.

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

35

Appendix table 5d. Privately operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of staff sexual
misconduct with youth, by jurisdiction, 2006
Jurisdiction and facility
Total number of youth held
Alabama
Alabama Clinical School Residential Treatment
Camp Mitnick
Girls Camp Choices (Paint Valley)
Alaska
Emergency Shelter (Kenai)
Arizona
Florence Crittenton Services
Arkansas
Piney Ridge Center
Walton Home
California
1929 Camden House
Main Campus (Chino Hills)
Oak Knolls Home
Sacramento Assessment Center
Trinity-Apple Valley
Trinity-Yucaipa
Ventura Co. Juvenile Facilities
Colorado
Alternative Youth Adventures
Emily Griffith Center - Larkspur
Jeffco
Connecticut
Main Street House
The Children's Home of Cromwell
Delaware
Camelot Group Home
Florida
Camp E-Hun-Tee
Camp E-Nini-Hassee
Camp E-Ten-Etu
Camp E-Toh-Anee
Camp E-Wen-Akee
Crossroads Wilderness Institute
Eckerd Intensive Halfway House
Gulf Coast Youth Academy
Halfway House A (Cottage II)
Liberty Wilderness Crossroads Camp
Milton Girls Juvenile Residential Facility
Taylor House
Georgia
Broken Shackle Ranch
Josephs Home For Boys
Paulding Regional Youth Detention Center
Hawaii
Hilo Emergency Shelter
Illinois
Arrowhead Ranch
Residential Treatment Center
Indiana
Childrens Campus in Mishawaka
Christian Haven
Kingsfield Childrens Home
Muncie Reception & Diagnostic Center
Southwest Indiana Regional Youth Village
Whites Residential and Family Services
Iowa
C-6 Cottage (Graettinger)
Jefferson Unit
Rabiner Treatment Center
Woodward Academy

Number of
youth held

Jurisdiction and facility

Number of
youth held

9,720
48
12
28
5
40
76
6
34
135
11
21
38
66
34
30
64
14
7
52
21
26
65
51
39
26
30
29
38
29
36
43
140
35
8
74
7
52
148
137
68
6
67
161
149
2
28
90
181

Kansas
Newton Campus
Robert Brock Home
Louisiana
AB Horn Group Home
La Methodist Childrens Home
Methodist Group Home
Maine
Reardon's Place
Maryland
Oak Hill House
Massachusetts
Boys Shelter Care Unit
High Point School
Germaine Lawrence Inc.
Stetson School Inc.
Michigan
Bay Co. Juvenile Home
Brookside Boys Home
Clinton Campus - Holy Cross Childrens Services
Lutheran Home
Moreau Center
Minnesota
Girls Home - Safe Haven
Isanti Ranch Short Term Consequence Unit
Mille Lacs Academy
Residential Treatment Center (Duluth)
Southwestern Youth Services
Mississippi
Harrison Co. Juvenile Detention Center
Missouri
Campus (Kansas City)
Marygrove
St. James Facility
Nebraska
Home Campus Programs (Boys Town)
Nevada
Canyon State Academy
Emergency Services (Westcare)
Ridge View Youth Services Center
Silverstate Academy
Westcare Women & Children Campus
New Jersey
Bonnie Brae Farms
New York
289 Sixth Avenue Home
Clinton Avenue House
East Village
La Salle School
Lincoln Hall
Residential Treatment Center (Dix Hills)
Woodfield Cottage Secure Detention Facility
North Dakota
The Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch
Ohio
Act 1 Residential Treatment
Oklahoma
Cedar Canyon Adventure Program
Tulsa Boys Home
Oregon
Parrot Creek Residential Program
St. Mary's Home for Boys

36 Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

82
10
25
100
28
7
10
27
53
52
107
17
87
123
15
62
6
16
89
83
24
31
68
125
120
447
193
36
443
192
31
89
12
12
32
81
220
151
39
55
18
18
53
18
59

Appendix table 5d. Privately operated juvenile facilities with no reported allegations of staff sexual
misconduct with youth, by jurisdiction, 2006 (cont’d)
Jurisdiction and facility
Pennsylvania
Abraxas I (Marienville)
Carrick Avenue Boys Home
Glen Mills Schools
JJC of Philadelphia
Krause Youth Shelter
Main Campus (Tunkhannock)
Northwestern Academy
Pennslyvania Clinical School
Residential Treatment Program
Satellite Program - Children's Home of Easton
Schaffner Youth Center
Sweeney Home
Rhode Island
Harmony Hill School
South Carolina
Camp White Pines
Emergency Shelter (Aiken)
South Dakota
Chamberlain Academy
Western South Dakota Juvenile Detention Center
Tennessee
Reflections Treatment
Shelby Training Center

Number of
youth held
265
9
908
25
9
89
274
110
76
53
36
13
55
76
44
56
53
53
185

Jurisdiction and facility
Texas
Cal Farley's Boys Ranch
Mel Matthews Boys Ranch
Rockdale Regional Juvenile Justice Center
Utah
Girls Unit (Kearns)
Salt Lake Valley Detention
Virginia
Chaplin Youth Center
New Dominion School
Rappahannock Juvenile Detention Home
Washington
Excelsior Youth Center
Ruth Dykeman Children's Center
West Virginia
Elkins Mountain School
Northern Regional Juvenile Detention Center
Wisconsin
Eau Claire Academy
New Horizon Center
Norris Adolescent
Northwest Passage Child & Adolescent Center
Wyalusing Academy
Wyoming
Normative Services Inc.

Number of
youth held
293
56
67
8
103
10
83
43
52
30
59
17
93
8
94
27
72
143

Sexual Violence Reported by Juvenile Correctional Authorities, 2005-06

37

 

 

Stop Prison Profiteering Campaign Ad 2
PLN Subscribe Now Ad 450x450
The Habeas Citebook Ineffective Counsel Side