First time entrants to the Youth Justice System

Our goal
The rate of first time entrants to the criminal justice system per 100,000 people aged 10-17. First time entrants are defined as young people (aged 10-17) who receive their first substantive outcome (relating to a reprimand, a final warning with or without an intervention, or a court disposal for those who go directly to court without a reprimand or final warning).
Smaller values are best