Juvenile justice

Publishers: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Data Linkage Series, 24

Between 1 July 2013 and 30 June 2017, young Indigenous Australians aged 10–17 were 17 times as likely as their non-Indigenous counterparts to have been in both the child protection […]

This report looks at the complete youth justice supervision history of 24,102 young people in Australia, who experienced supervision, both in the community and in detention, between 1 July 2000 […]

Authors: Moore, Elizabeth

The study is to compare police-referred youth justice conferences (P-YJCs), court referred youth justice conferences (C-YJCs) and Children’s Court (CC) matters on the time to finalisation (i.e., the number of […]

This bulletin examines the numbers and rates of young people who were under youth justice supervision in Australia during 2014-15 because of their involvement or alleged involvement in crime. It […]

Authors: Blagg, Harry

This paper seeks to uncover ways to improve youth justice outcomes in Western Australia. Due to the focus on adult correctional initiatives there has been a lack of focus on […]

Aboriginal young people are fundamental to the continued vitality of Aboriginal identity, but often experience poor health, boredom, and inconsistent care from family members. To address such problems, regular ongoing […]