National Statistics

Youth Justice annual statistics: 2015 to 2016

Youth justice annual statistics for 2015 to 2016 for England and Wales.

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Youth justice annual statistics: 2015 to 2016

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Youth justice annual statistics 2015 to 2016: executive summary

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Youth justice statistics glossary

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Youth justice annual statistics 2015 to 2016: supplementary tables

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Local level data

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Key characteristics of admissions to youth custody: April 2014 to March 2016 (not National Statistics)

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Key characteristics of admissions to youth custody April 2014 to March 2016: supplementary tables (not National Statistics)

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Details

These statistics concentrate on the flow of young people (aged 10-17) through the Youth Justice System in England and Wales. The data described comes from various sources including the Home Office (HO), Ministry of Justice (MOJ), Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) and youth secure estate providers. The report is produced by the Analysis team and the Information team in the Youth Justice Board (YJB) under the direction of the Chief Statistician in MOJ.

Details of the number of young people arrested are provided along with proven offences, criminal history, characteristics of young people, details of the number of young people sentenced, those on remand, those in custody, reoffending and behaviour management.

The report and executive summary are published, along with supplementary tables for each chapter and some regional information.

Pre-release access

Pre-release access of up to 24 hours is granted to the following persons (reflecting the cross-departmental responsibility for juvenile crime and reoffending):

MOJ

Secretary of State, Minister of State, Permanent Secretary, Director of Criminal Policy Group, Head of Joint Youth Justice Unit, Programme Director Youth Justice Analysis, Chief Statistician and the relevant special adviser, policy officer and press officer

Home Office

Minister of State, and press officer

YJB

Chair of the YJB, Head of YJB, Director of Operations, Director of Partnerships and Performance, Head of YJB Wales, Head of YJB Communications and the relevant policy officer and press officer

Published 26 January 2017