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Youth Justice Board for England and Wales (YJB)
How to support implementation of AssetPlus: guidance for youth justice practitioners.
How and when to use out-of-court disposals to prevent offending by children.
Neil Rhodes, former Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police and YJB Board member, talks about the YJB's approach to serious youth violence.
How youth justice practitioners should report serious incidents involving children and young people.
This consultation invites feedback from the sector on the draft National Standards for Children in the Youth Justice System 2019.
The Youth Justice Statistics for 2018/19 were published today.
How to plan for the custody and resettlement of children.
Tool and guidance for use in youth offending teams prior to receiving AssetPlus.
Guidance on how to deal with children on referral orders.
The YJBulletin is the main way that the Youth Justice Board provides information on practice and policy developments.
Youth justice annual statistics for England and Wales.
Statistical notice: additional statistics on prisoners and youth justice.
How to use the community interventions available to youth offending team practitioners and managers.
Summary report on the Intensive Supervision and Surveillance Programme, a community-based programme for persistent young offenders.
We invite views on changes to the statutory guidance Working Together to Safeguard Children, new child death review guidance and new regulations.
How to issue cautions to children or young people.
The Youth Justice Board for England and Wales' equality and diversity statement and how equality and diversity are monitored.
Briefing notes for general purpose as well as specific notes for courts and legal partners, police, probation, MAPPA, health and education colleagues.
A process evaluation of the scheme to prevent knife carrying by children and young people.
Contact details for youth offending teams in Wales.
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