Real-time youth offender data

The Youth Justice Board for England and Wales (YJB) has completed an 18-month project to wire up youth justice and provide a secure communications network between its 30,000 practitioners operating from more than 200 sites across England and Wales.

Mar 19, 2009
By Paul Jacques
Counsel General Mick Antoniw

The Youth Justice Board for England and Wales (YJB) has completed an 18-month project to wire up youth justice and provide a secure communications network between its 30,000 practitioners operating from more than 200 sites across England and Wales.
The resulting network allows youth justice practitioners to share relevant data as and when required in order to make better informed decisions regarding action to be taken. The network uses secure crypto boxes (AEP Net) implemented at all locations, linked to a hub ensuring restricted level security for communications between connected individuals and organisations. It replaces a largely manual set of processes that relied heavily on fax transmissions and hand delivery of files.

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