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Summary of YJB engagement exercise with children and young people

The results of a survey to find out children and young people’s views to inform the work of the Youth Justice Board (YJB) and the youth justice review.

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Summary of engagement exercise with children and young people

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Have your say! survey: English

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Have your say! survey: Welsh

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Details

On 8 April 2016, the YJB launched its Have your say! survey to understand and act on the views of children and young people. The survey closed on Friday 6 May 2016 and the findings were fed into Charlie Taylor’s review of youth justice and into the YJB’s work.

The survey was for children and young people aged between 10 and 21, with current or recent experience or knowledge of the youth justice system, or youth crime.

The original survey questions in English and Welsh and a summary of findings from the 382 responses are available here.

Published 9 September 2016