Not later than 180 days after the end of a fiscal year, the Administrator shall submit
to the President, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and the President pro
tempore of the Senate a report that contains the following with respect to such fiscal
(1) A detailed summary and analysis of the most recent data available regarding the number
of juveniles taken into custody, the rate at which juveniles are taken into custody,
and the trends demonstrated by the data required by subparagraphs (A), (B), and (C). Such summary and analysis shall set out the information required by subparagraphs
(A), (B), (C), and (D) separately for juvenile nonoffenders, juvenile status offenders,
and other juvenile offenders. Such summary and analysis shall separately address with respect to each category
of juveniles specified in the preceding sentence--
(A) the types of offenses with which the juveniles are charged;
(B) the race and gender of the juveniles;
(C) the ages of the juveniles;
(D) the types of facilities used to hold the juveniles (including juveniles treated as
adults for purposes of prosecution) in custody, including secure detention facilities,
secure correctional facilities, jails, and lockups;
(E) the number of juveniles who died while in custody and the circumstances under which
they died; and
(F) the educational status of juveniles, including information relating to learning disabilities,
failing performance, grade retention, and dropping out of school.
(2) A description of the activities for which funds are expended under this part, including
the objectives, priorities, accomplishments, and recommendations of the Council.
(3) A description, based on the most recent data available, of the extent to which each
State complies with section 5633 of this title and with the plan submitted under such section by the State for such
(4) An evaluation of the programs funded under this subchapter and their effectiveness
in reducing the incidence of juvenile delinquency, particularly violent crime, committed
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