Youth Justice Teams
The Social Work Youth Justice Teams are based in each of the Area Social Work Services and are responsible for the case management of young people aged 12-21 who are involved in both the Children's and Adult systems.
In conjunction with other agencies, workers will undertake assessments, write reports for the Children's Hearing and the Courts, develop individual action plans based on the young person's needs and risks, undertake direct work with the young person to address these needs and risks and review progress and developments regularly.
Intensive Services offer support to young people with a range of complex needs who may be involved or at risk of becoming involved in offending. Services include:
- Intensive Support and Monitoring Service
- ISMS Alternative to Remand
- Young Women's Centre
- Supporting Transitions and Reintegration Service
- Youth Diversion from Prosecution Service
- Court Support Service
- Stop Now and Plan
- Functional Family Therapy
- Multisystemic Therapy
- Outdoor Resource Centre
More information on each of these services can be found in the Youth Justice Annual Report