The figures, relating to Youth Offending Teams in England and Wales, showed youth reoffending rates in the region rose by 9.
What does YOTS stand for?
YOTS stands for Youth Offending Teams (UK)
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Youth Offending Teams were set up in every council area in the North East to reduce anti-social behaviour and stop children ending up in a life of crime.
At a time when everyone in youth services is revising priorities that will shape delivery, this topical event addresses your concerns and need to know issues, especially: * how the Youth Justice Board's closure next year will affect your organisation * what payment by results and devolving custodial provision will mean on the ground * models for ensuring the survival of preventative and early intervention provision * efficiency successes can be replicated to continue commissioning crucial services * how proposed changes to the inspection of youth offending teams relate to risk * results of the Breaking the Cycle Green Paper This is your chance to familiarise yourself with the transition arrangements for transferring the Youth Justice Board's strategic functions to the Ministry of Justice.
Youth offending teams said dealers found it easier to sell the drug to youths who viewed it as pretty harmless.
The event was attended by 80 volunteers involved with Youth Offending Teams throughout West Yorkshire.
Youth Offending Teams in England and Wales are multi-agency, made up of staff seconded from social service, police, health, probation, youth service and education welfare.
But Coventry - widely considered in youth justice circles as having one of the most innovative Youth Offending Teams in the country - has recorded a 27percent drop in the reconviction rate, based on a group of youngsters whose progress has been monitored since 2000.