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Tribal delinquency jurisdiction, 2016

  • State (mandatory)

  • State (other)

  • Federal

  • Not applicable

Missouri is not a P.L. 280 state and no other statute was located that confers state jurisdiction over tribal delinquency matters.

Monitoring data

  • N/A: Insufficient data to compute arrest rates
  • * Rates used to compute ratio based on fewer than 10 observations
  • † White detained rate is 0

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Indicator data, 2017


Report: Missouri DMC Data
Author: Missouri Juvenile Justice Association
Tracks RRIs 2011–2013
Geography: Statewide

Points of contact

Stages during the juvenile justice process tracked for relative rate indicators (RRIs).

Probation Confinement Adjudication Transfer Diversion Petitioned Detention Referred to court Arrest

Race reported

  • White

  • All minorities (as a group)

  • Black / African American

  • Hispanic/Latino

  • Asian

  • American Indian / Alaska Native

  • Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander

  • Other / Mixed


The Missouri Juvenile Justice Association publishes data on Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC). Missouri reports Relative Rate Indices (RRI) for 8 out of 9 recommended decision points and 4 populations. Rates are reported statewide. It is unclear if race and ethnicity are reported as separate variables.

DMC assessment

May provide an assessment to the federal juvenile justice agency, but not publicly available.

DMC coordinators

DMC coordinator 2012 2015 2016
Full-time state-level DMC coordinator
Part-time or other state-level staff

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Juvenile Justice GPS (Geography, Policy, Practice, Statistics) is a project to develop a repository providing state policy makers and system stakeholders with a clear understanding of the juvenile justice landscape in the states.

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