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A blog by Keith Fraser, YJB Chair and Board Champion for Over-Represented Children.
The Youth Justice Board (YJB) and the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) have agreed to share information on the ethnicity of children in contact with the youth justice system.
Keith Fraser, Chair of the Youth Justice Board (YJB), speaks at the National Violence Reduction Units (VRU) Conference.
The Youth Justice Board (YJB) has appointed a new Chief Executive.
The Secretary of State has announced the appointments and reappointments of Youth Justice Board members.
We spoke to different members of Leeds Youth Justice Service (YJS) about their #LockDownChallenge and how their work has changed since the pandemic began.
Keith Fraser, Chair of the YJB, speaks about the impactful work of our stakeholder forums and how together we can shape a better future for children
Jess works with the Youth Independent Advisory Group at Waltham Forest council and highlights her experiences working with the group
Interview with Dara de Burca, Executive Director for Children & Young People at The Children’s Society
We catch up with Taylor and Kaynno, Peer Support Navigators working at the charity Youth Ink.
Katy leads her local council’s peer-to-peer engagement programme, Streetbase. She describes for us how their patrols have made a difference during the pandemic.
Keith Fraser, YJB Chair, talks about new materials that highlight where over-representation occurs in the youth justice system.
Keith Fraser reflects on his first 100 days as Chair of the Youth Justice Board and sets out his priorities for his three-year tenure.
The Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor has announced the appointment of Keith Fraser as Chair of the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales.
The Secretary of State has appointed Dr Tony Sewell as a member of the Youth Justice Board until 2 October 2016.
One new member, 3 reappointment's of existing members and an extension of tenure of one member for the Youth Justice Board.
A programme to divert young people away from crime, run by Southend Youth Offending Service (YOS), has been shortlisted for an award.
The number of young people entering the criminal justice system and in custody has continued to fall over the last year.
A young person at Cookham Wood Young Offenders Institution (YOI), at Medway in Kent, died on Saturday July 4, 2015.
An independent review into self-inflicted deaths in National Offender Management Service (NOMS) custody of 18-24 year olds is published today.
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