Definition of Arrests
1. Noun. (plural of arrest) ¹
2. Verb. (third-person singular of arrest) ¹
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Definition of Arrests
1. arrest [v] - See also: arrest
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Literary usage of Arrests
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1. Female Offenders in the Juvenile Justice System: Statistics Summary by Eileen Poe-Yamagata, Jeffrey A. Butts (1996)
"I Although females were responsible for a greater proportion of juvenile (24%) than adult (19%) arrests in 1993, the female proportion of arrests for most ..."
2. Campus Crime and Security at Postsecondary Education Institutions by Laurie Lewis (1997)
"On-campus arrests for liquor law violations were much more common than for ... On-campus arrests for drug abuse violations ranged from an estimated 4010 in ..."
3. Comprehensive Strategy for Serious, Violent and Chronic Juvenile Offenders by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"Juvenile arrests are increasing, particularly for violent offenses. Juvenile arrests for violent crimes increased 41 percent from 1982-1991. ..."
4. Cutting Off the Serpent's Head: Tightening Control in Tibet, 1994-1995 by Tibet Information Network, Robert Barnett, Human Rights Watch/Asia, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1996)
"Of the sixty-nine arrests in 1990, eleven were made in connection with protests ... Thirteen such arrests were made in 1991, forty in 1992 and 108 in 1993, ..."
5. Juvenile Offenders & Victims: A National Report by Howard N. Snyder (1995)
"Many more juvenile arrests actually involved a weapons law violation but, ... Juvenile arrests for weapons law violations more than doubled between 1983 and ..."
6. Great Debates in American Hist: From the Debates in the British Parliament by United States Congress, Great Britain Parliament, Marion Mills Miller (1913)
"In the latter case arrests are made not so much for what has been done, as for what probably would be done. The latter is more for the preventive and less ..."