Closed consultation

YJB proposals to find £13.5m savings

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Summary

This consultation sets out how the YJB believes the savings required, can best be made.

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Consultation description

As part of wider government action on deficit reduction, the Secretary of State for Justice, Michael Gove, has required the YJB to make £12m (5%) savings from its 2015/16 budget.

The £12m required is in addition to a deficit the YJB already has in its 2015/16 budget as a result of earlier cuts. Efficiency measures already taken have reduced this deficit to £1.5m – meaning that it now needs to find a total saving of £13.5m in-year.

The YJB is proposing to make the savings through a range of measures it has identified which total £4.5m. It is then proposing that the remaining £9m of savings are made by reducing the Youth Justice Grant to youth offending teams (YOTs).

Feedback has now been analysed and you can read the YJB response online

Documents

Proposal to reduce the YJB expenditure in 2015/16: consultation paper

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Consultation response form

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Published 26 August 2015