Guidance

Conducting full joint inspections of youth offending work

Guidance for Ofsted inspectors in carrying out full joint inspections of youth offending work.

Documents

Conducting full joint inspections of youth offending work

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Conducting full joint inspections of youth offending work

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Detail

This guidance is designed to assist Ofsted inspectors in their work. It indicates the main activities that need to be undertaken prior to and during inspections until the publication of the inspection report. Those working in youth offending services and local authorities can use the guidance to see how inspections will be conducted. You can read more about join inspections on the Ministry of Justice website.