Data

This section is concerned with sharing knowledge and info in relation to data sources that may be of use for working with children, families and victims.

You will also find information relating to youth justice statistics and case management system providers.  

Summary: Statistic concerning ethnicity of children in the youth justice system 2018-2019.     Please find attached some key points that may be of interest concerning ethnicity of children in the youth justice system, in England and Wales from April 2018 to March 2019.  The data has come from a variety of different sources, and they are all referenced within…
Youth Justice Statistics: The Youth Justice Statistics is an annual bulletin published by the Youth Justice Board (YJB) and Ministry of Justice (MoJ) at the end of January. It collects detailed data on the youth justice system, including the number and demographics of children (10-17) in the youth justice system, the offences they committed, the outcomes they received, and trends…
Summary: "The YOT Custody View" is a module within the Youth Justice Application that enables the YOT's to access relevant AssetPlus stages that have been created in custody.     This module will provide user-specific AssetPlus notifications, access to case notes, documents and sentence calculations for any young person in the YJAF database who is supervised by your YOT. A…
Summary: YJB Tools to help support reducing re-offending by children.   The four-year YJB reducing reoffending Programme closed in March 2017 having worked with 66 voluntary Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) to support them to use the YJB reducing reoffending toolkit to analyse their local cohort and take action to reduce reoffending. Click here to access all of the learning from…
Summary: Infomation relating to who can access and how to access the Youth Justice Application Framework (YJAF).     The Youth Justice Application Framework (YJAF) is a on line platform created for youth offending teams (YOTs) and the Secure Estates (SE) to communicate effectively (including sharing AssetPlus, case diary entries etc) and download formal documents and templates from the YJB…
Summary: This process assists YOTs in assessing whether a CMS product meets YJB Data Transfer requirements.     Youth Justice Board for England ans Wales (YJB) has put in place a ‘compliance testing process’ that all CMS providers have been invited to use. The purpose of such a process is to support Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) in assessing whether a…
The YJB has published the Data Recording Requirements for Youth Offending Teams in England and Wales 2020-2021. The YOT Data Recording Requirements document describes both how YOTs submit data to the YJB and detail around what is collected and how it is recorded.   For queries or feedback on any aspect of the Data Recording Requirements, please email informationandanalysis@yjb.gov.uk.  …
The YJB are working to consolidate various funds from government departments and Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) in order to track funding being used to delivered Youth Justice focused projects for children.