New Study Finds How Risk of Arrest Differs Across Race and Gender


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A new study in the journal Crime & Delinquency details the first contemporary findings on how the risk of arrest varies across race and gender.

The study reveals that 30 percent of black males, 26 percent of Hispanic males and 22 percent of white males have been arrested by age 18. At 23, 49 percent of black males, 44 percent of Hispanic males and 38 percent of white males have been arrested.


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