This report presents information on young people aged 10–17 who were involved in the child protection system and under youth justice supervision in 2013–14, and demonstrates the insights that can be gained through data linkage. One-quarter of young people in youth justice detention were also in the child protection system in the same year. Those who were younger at their first youth justice supervision were more likely to also be in child protection.
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Publication table of contents
- Preliminary material
- Title and verso pages
- In 2013-14, young people who were the subject of a care and protection order were 23 times as likely to be under youth justice supervision in the same year as the general population
- One-quarter of young people in detention in 2013-14 were also in the child protection system in the same year
- The younger someone was at their first youth justice supervision, the more likely they were to also be in child protection in 2013-14
- Body section
- 1 Introduction
- 1.1 What is child protection?
- 1.2 What is youth justice supervision?
- 1.3 Data
- 1.4 Linkage method
- 1.5 Report structure
- 2 Young people in the child protection system
- 2.1 Investigated notifications
- 2.2 Care and protection orders
- 2.3 Out-of-home care
- 3 Young people under youth justice supervision
- 3.1 Community-based supervision
- 3.2 Detention
- 3.3 Age at first youth justice supervision
- 4 Future reporting
- 4.1 Data availability for states and territories
- 4.2 Longitudinal analyses of pathways and the relationships between specific events
- 4.3 Other data collections
- End matter
- List of figures
- List of supplementary tables
- Related publications
AIHW 2016. Young people in child protection and under youth justice supervision 2013–14. Data linkage series no. 21. Cat. no. CSI 22. Canberra: AIHW.