3 National DriversPreventing Offending by Young People: Framework for ActionSecuring Our Future InitiativeReducing Re-offending ProgrammeUnited Nations Convention on the Rights of the ChildGetting it right for every child
12 Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service John RichardsonCrown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service
13 Integrated Services Lead Youth Justice Development Programme Sacro Billy NicolIntegrated Services LeadYouth Justice Development ProgrammeSacro
14 Integrated Services Delivery Anticipated Benefits Identify gaps in servicesRealign current servicesAssertive OutreachIntensive Community Support and LearningIntensive Support and MonitoringPotential for increased use of Restorative PracticesUse Single PlanBetter outcomes for young peopleSupport tailored to needShared risk managementReassurance to the communityKeep young people in AberdeenImproved information sharingBetter use of resources
15 Benefits PRS/Diversion 2009/1013 young people were diverted from prosecution in the year (12 RJ and 1 Social Work)2010/11109 young people were diverted from prosecution in eleven months (51 RJ and 58 Social Work)
20 Benefits Integrated Service Cost projected for ISMS:Approximate cost for 1 week for one young person was between £1, and £1,576.23*.The annual cost projects to between £73, and £81,964.00*.The attendance at reference groups is temporary – costing approximately £ for the first twelve weeks (£8, for a year). This is not included in the above figures, as they would not continue once the Service is established.The two weeks respite costing £4,000 (per week) for young person is not included in these figures –so including these – and projecting 2 weeks per quarter would take the total cost to the LA up another £32,000.00These are projected costs based on the first case and may not be replicated for all young people aquiring an ISMS
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