|General Statistics for Baltimore City Teen Court|
|Total Cases Adjudicated*||195|
|Total Successful Completions||157|
|Community Service Hours Completed||3626|
|Total Youth Volunteers (Former Respondents)||82 (21)|
|Service Learning Hours Earned**||1960|
|Adult Volunteer Hours Contributed||520|
*Cases Adjudicated is the number of Teen Court hearings that took place this year. Successful Completions is the number of respondents who complete the assigned sanctions within the allocated time period.
**Maryland requires high school students to complete 75 hours of “Service Learning” activities as a prerequisite for graduation. Teen Court youth jurors earn Service Learning hours each time they volunteer.
FY10 Cases by Type: Disorderly Conduct and Possession of a Deadly Weapon make up over 40% of the cases adjudicated at Baltimore City Teen Court.
FY10 Respondent Age: Although BCTC accepts respondents between 11-17, 70% are 15 years or older in age.
FY10 Respondent Gender: Though the majority of BCTC respondents are male, the ratio of females has been growing in recent years, particularly for Theft/Attempted Theft charges.
FY10 Respondent Race: The majority of both respondents and volunteers at BCTC are African American.
FY10 Volunteer Age: BCTC has volunteers in both high school and middle school, though approximately 3/4s are high school juniors or seniors.
FY10 Volunteer Gender: BCTC’s volunteer jurors are split equally between young men and women.