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|Youth justice indicators summary report: December 2020||3.44 MB|
This report provides insight into the performance of various aspects of the New Zealand youth justice system from 2009/10 to 2019/20.
The youth justice indicators collated here measure volumes and patterns for children and young people across key stages in the youth justice system. This allows for a more comprehensive understanding of the system from when children and young people who offend first enter it, how they are dealt with as they move through it, and if they re-offend. Unless stated, children include 10- to 13-year-olds at offence date, and young people include those aged 14 to 16 (14 to 17 from 1 July 2019) at offence date.