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International measurement models: harm in care report

A high-level review of how different countries report on the harm experienced by children in the custody of care and protection agencies.

Youth Remand Trends: 2011/12 to 2015/16 – Executive Summary

This report looks at the types of remand used for youth, and the extent to which breaching bail conditions and reoffending while on bail may contribute to youth being detained in custody.

Youth Remand Trends: 2011/12 to 2015/16

This report looks at the types of remand used for youth, and the extent to which breaching bail conditions and reoffending while on bail may contribute to youth being detained in custody.

Reoffending patterns following cases where youth were warned by Police - Executive Summary

This report was produced at the request of NZ Police, following similar research that analysed reoffending patterns for participants of Alternative Action.

Reoffending patterns following cases where youth were warned by Police

This report was produced at the request of NZ Police, following similar research that analysed reoffending patterns for participants of Alternative Action.

Estimating the impact of Social Workers in Schools using linked administrative data

New research into Social Workers in Schools (SWiS) using data from Statistics NZ’s Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) has found some positive and encouraging results.

Measuring the impact of the Social Workers in Schools service using linked administrative data

New research into Social Workers in Schools (SWiS) using data from Statistics NZ’s Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) has found some positive and encouraging results.

Report of the Enhancing Intake Decision-Making Project Summary

Research that looks at the information available to social workers who are making decisions about appropriate care and protection options for children and young people.

Report of the Enhancing Intake Decision-Making Project

Research that looks at the information available to social workers who are making decisions about appropriate care and protection options for children and young people.

Operation and experience: Formative evaluation of the Transition from Care to Independence Service - Summary

Young people benefit from focused support when moving from being in care to living independently

Operation and experience: Formative evaluation of the Transition from Care to Independence Service

Young people benefit from focused support when moving from being in care to living independently

Working Together

This guide is for people in social service agencies, schools, healthcare
organisations, community and other groups who have contact with
children and families. You may be the first to notice when things are not
going right for families and when there are concerns about children.