Keeping young people safe
Protecting the most vulnerable in our society is our shared responsibility, and while we will always intervene when this is needed, we will find new ways to support people to keep themselves and each other safe. We work with partners through the Ealing Safeguarding Children Board to tackle complex issues such as child sexual exploitation, serious youth violence and work intensively with families to avoid the need for children and young people to be looked after.

Reduce the number of looked after children through earlier and improved quality interventions

Looked after children - Rate
Monitoring
30 Sep 20
38.9
rate per 100,000 aged 0-17
Monitoring
Looked after children - Number
Monitoring
30 Sep 20
318
number aged 0-17
Monitoring

Reduce the number of first time entrants to criminal justice system

First time entrants to the Youth Justice System
Monitoring
30 Sep 20
87.5
rate per 100,000 aged 10-17
Monitoring

Reduce the reoffending rate among young persons who have committed serious youth violence

Young people who have committed SYV, who have re-offended in the year
Monitoring
30 Sep 20
4.5%
 
Monitoring

Ensure young offenders engaged in suitable education, training or employment

Young offenders engaged in suitable education, training or employment
Monitoring
30 Sep 20
80.6%
 
Monitoring