The new Youth on Track scheme aims to separate legal outcomes from intervention in most cases and places a strong emphasis on and intervening early, engaging families and responding to real and definable problems.
The scheme proposes creating a system of case management that can be entered by a young person who is over 10 years of age and may be identified as at risk.
The scheme introduces significant changes in NSW in the way the justice system manages young offenders. Find out more about how we are changing.
There are a number of key principles that are fundamental to the design and implementation of this scheme. Find out more about the key principles of the Youth on Track scheme.
Find out more about the six key elements of the Youth on Track scheme.
View a flowchart diagram of the path a young person may follow through the Youth on Track scheme [PDF,14kb].
Youth on Track Factsheet[PDF 128KB]
Youth on Track Factsheet[PDF - Text only 62KB]