Young people in sentenced detention: 2015–16

Young people in sentenced detention: 2015–16

released: 28 Jul 2017 author: AIHW This fact sheet provides summary information about young people in sentenced detention in 2015–16. On an average day in 2015–16, less than half (44%) of all young people in detention were sentenced, and almost one-third (30%) had been in sentenced detention at some time during the year. ISSN 2202-1841; ISBN 978-1-76054-165-1; Cat. no. JUV 109; 5pp.; Internet only Download factsheet Factsheet table of contents Young people in sentenced detention: 2015–16 Number and proportion in sentenced detention Time in sentenced detention Completion of sentenced detention…

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First entry to youth justice supervision: 2015–16

First entry to youth justice supervision: 2015–16

released: 28 Jul 2017 author: AIHW This fact sheet provides information about the first time young people who were supervised during 2015–16 entered youth justice supervision. In 2015–16, more than one-third were new to supervision in that year, and the other two-thirds had been supervised in a previous year. Almost three-quarters had first entered supervision when they were aged 14–17. ISSN 2202-1841; ISBN 978-1-76054-168-2; Cat. no. JUV 112; 5pp.; Internet only Download factsheet Factsheet table of contents First entry to youth justice supervision: 2015–16 Entry to supervision Age at first…

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Young people in unsentenced detention: 2015–16

Young people in unsentenced detention: 2015–16

released: 28 Jul 2017 author: AIHW This fact sheet summarises information about young people in unsentenced detention in 2015–16. Young people may be in unsentenced detention when they have been charged with an offence, and are awaiting the outcome of their court matter, or when they have been found or pleaded guilty, and are awaiting sentencing. On an average day in 2015–16, more than half of all young people in detention were unsentenced, and the vast majority (90%) had been in unsentenced detention at some time during the year. ISSN…

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Youth detention entries and exits: 2015–16

Youth detention entries and exits: 2015–16

released: 28 Jul 2017 author: AIHW This fact sheet provides information about the numbers of young people under youth justice supervision who entered and/or were released from detention in 2015–16. In 2015–16, more than 7,800 young people entered detention, and almost 7,900 were released from detention. ISSN 2202-1841; ISBN 978-1-76054-166-8; Cat. no. JUV 110; 5pp.; Internet only Download factsheet Factsheet table of contents Youth detention entries and exits: 2015–16 Receptions Releases Monthly trends Box 1: Youth justice supervision fact sheets Box 2: Technical notes Recommended citation AIHW 2017. Youth detention…

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Types of community-based youth justice supervision: 2015–16

Types of community-based youth justice supervision: 2015–16

released: 28 Jul 2017 author: AIHW This fact sheet outlines the types of community-based supervision that young people were under in 2015–16. More than 9,500 young people were under community-based supervision during 2015–16, under almost 23,800 orders, an average of 2.5 orders per young person. ISSN 2202-1841; ISBN 978-1-76054-163-7; Cat. no. JUV 107; 5pp.; Internet only Download factsheet Factsheet table of contents Types of community-based youth justice supervision: 2015–16 Supervised orders Periods of supervision Box 1: Youth justice supervision fact sheets Box 2: Technical notes Recommended citation AIHW 2017. Types…

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