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Q1. How many arrests of children aged 17 years and under were made by your police force from 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2018?
Q2. Please break the figures down by age (e.g. 17 years old – 105 arrests; 16 years old – 110 arrests; 15 years old – 74 arrests etc.)
11 – 4
12 – 16
13 – 30
14 – 114
15 – 131
16 – 215
17 – 250
Q3. Please break the figures down by gender (e.g. Male – 402 arrests; Female – 161 arrests)
Female – 113
Male - 647
Q4. Please break the figures down by ethnicity (e.g. White – 450 arrests; Black - 355 arrests; Asian - 165 arrests; Other – 100 arrests; Unknown or unrecorded – 25 arrests).
Arabic or North African – 4
Asian – 18
Black – 13
Chinese, Japanese, SE Asian - 1
White – North European – 718
White - South European – 6
Having made enquiries within the Force above is all the information we have been able to retrieve.
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