Study One (Rapid Review): Profile for persistent offending among young offenders nationally
Aim: To identify the most important risk factors associated with young people aged 10-17 years old that re-offend in the United Kingdom. To examine whether the profile identified from Study 1 can be used to predict Hampshire’s repeat young offenders profile in Study 2.
Study Two (OPCC for Hampshire): Profile for persistent offending among young offenders locally
Aim: To explore the characteristics of young people that re-offend in Hampshire.
Study One (Rapid Review):The methods used in primary research will include:
Population: Children and adolescents that re-offend
Age: 10 -17 year olds.
Setting: Police Custody, Prison, Community, Court, social services, Mixed
Sampling procedures: Cohort follow-up design (opportunity or purposeful)
Outcome: General and/or Violent (including sexual) Recidivism
Country: United Kingdom including Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man
Details of study coding categories
Year of study (2001 to 2021)
Age of participants (10 -17; 18 -19 year olds on re-offence or re-conviction)
Gender of participants (all genders)
Country of study (England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Crown Dependencies of Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man,)
Setting (youth custody, youth offending services, charity organisation)
Recidivism type (violation/breach of conditions, crimes against property, crimes against a person, general and sexual offending)
Criminogenic needs/risk factors identified
Study Two (OPCC for Hampshire)
InterAct Data - To analysis the characteristics/criminogenic needs of young people that offend in Hampshire
Focus group interviews with YOT staff in Hampshire