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Taylor Review of Youth Justice



Tuesday 9 February 2016

Feed your views into Clinks submission to the Taylor Review of Youth Justice.

 

In September 2015 the Ministry of Justice announced a review of the youth justice system to be led by Charlie Taylor.

The review has published an interim report "Review of the youth justice system" (opens in new window) with the final report due in the summer 2016.

The review has been established to examine:
  • the nature and characteristics of offending by young people aged 10-17 and the arrangements in place to prevent it
  • how effectively the youth justice system and its partners operate in responding to offending by children and young people, preventing further offending, protecting the public and repairing harm to victims and communities, and rehabilitating young offenders
  • whether the leadership, governance, delivery structures and performance management of the youth justice system is effective in preventing offending and reoffending, and in achieving value for money
 
You can read more about the review and The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP speech on the Gov website - https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/youth-justice

 

ncvyslogo-(1).pngMake sure the South West Voluntary Sector gets heard!


We're very pleased to be working on the regional consultation event in partnership with Clinks and the National Council for Voluntary Youth Services. 

The event is open to voluntary sector organisations working in youth justice and will inform the response to the review’s interim report and make sure the knowledge and expertise of the voluntary sector is reflected in the final report and recommendations.

Place and time

Thursday 25 February 2016  - 10.15am to 12.30pm
Arnolfini, Narrow Quay , Bristol

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