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Justice Tables - Youth
Youth Custody and Community Services Survey (YCCS)

YCCS Survey - Youth Custody and Community Services survey generates data in order to provide information to the justice community on the nature and extent of youth corrections and community services for young offenders and to inform the public. The YCCS covers all occurrences relating to a youth who has commenced an uninterrupted period of time serving either a custodial and/or community-based disposition. It also collects information on youths being held in remand (non-sentenced custody while awaiting trial, sentencing, or transfer to and from an institution)

.IVT Files Description
yccs2510009 Young persons commencing correctional services, by initial entry status - (1998 - 2009)
yccs2510010 Admissions and releases to correctional services - (1997 - 2009)
yccs2510011 Admissions to correctional services, by sex and age at time of admission - (1997 - 2009)
yccs2510012 Admissions to correctional services, by sex and aboriginal identity - (1997 - 2009)
yccs2510013 Admissions to correctional services, by most serious offence - (1997 - 2009)
yccs2510014 Admissions to sentence custody, by sex and length of sentence to be served - (1997 - 2009)
yccs2510015 Releases from correctional services, by sex and length of time served - (1997 - 2009)
yccs2510016 Admissions to community sentences, by sex and length of sentence to be served - (1997 - 2009)
yccs2510017 Releases from pre-trial detention, by sex and length time served - (1997 - 2009)
yccs2510018 Average counts of young persons in provincial and territorial correctional services - (1997 - 2006)
yccsykir Average custody and probation counts - (1997/98 to 2004/05)
 
Youth Court Survey (YCS)

The objective of the Youth Court Survey (YCS) is to produce a national database of statistical information on charges, cases and persons involving accused who are aged 12 to 17 years (up to the 18th birthday) at the time of offence. The survey is intended to be a census of federal statute charges heard in youth courts in Canada. It includes information on the age and sex of the accused, case decision patterns, sentencing information regarding the length of prison and probation, and amount of fine, as well as case-processing data such as case elapsed time. These data on federal statute charges heard in youth courts in the reference period are collected by the Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics (CCJS) in collaboration with provincial and territorial government departments responsible for youth courts. The data are collected to respond to the needs of the provincial/territorial and federal departments of justice and attorneys-general, researchers and policy analysts, academics and the media, as well as to inform the public how youth are dealt with by youth courts in Canada.

.IVT files Zipped Description [Time Period Covered: 1994/1995 - 2009/2010]
mean_and_median_elapsed_time Cases by mean and median elapsed time, 1991/1992 - 2009/2010
amount_of_fine Guilty cases by amount of fine, 1991/1992 - 2009/2010
length_of_custody Guilty cases by length of custody, 1991/1992 - 2009/2010
type_of_decision Cases by type of decision, 1991/1992 - 2009/2010
length_of_probation Guilty cases by length of probation, 1991/1992 - 2009/2010
type_of_sentence Guilty cases by type of sentence, 1991/1992 - 2009/2010
most_serious_sentence Guilty cases by most serious sentence, 1991/1992 - 2009/2010
mean_and_median_fine Guilty cases by mean and median amount of fine in dollars, 1991/1992 - 2009/2010
mean_and_median_custody Guilty cases by mean and median length of custody in days, 1991/1992 - 2009/2010
mean_and_median_probation Guilty cases by mean and median length of probation in days, 1991/1992 - 2009/2010
case_elapsed_time_groups Cases elapsed time groups (new table), 1991/1992 - 2009/2010