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Child and youth prosecution tables: Calendar year

This page has links to child and youth prosecution tables for the calendar year in NZ.Stat – our free web tool for creating, finding, customising, and downloading datasets.

The tables give information on:

  • the number of children and young people prosecuted (and the outcome of this prosecution) in the New Zealand court system 
  • the age, gender, and ethnicity of the children or young people.

These tables provide Youth Court (YC) statistics for 1992 onwards.

Most serious offence

Children and young people charged in court – most serious offence 
Statistics on the most serious prosecution outcome (across all offence categories) during a calendar year – by offence category.

Children and young people given an order in court – most serious offence 
Statistics on the most serious YC order given (across all offence categories) during a calendar year – by offence category.

More child and youth prosecution information

Information about the child and youth prosecution data 
Important information about the data that appears in the tables.

Youth Court of New Zealand 
Information on the Youth Court of New Zealand website. 

Trends in Child and Youth Prosecutions
Ministry of Justice commentary about data in the child and youth prosecution tables. 

Crime and justice 
More information about crime and justice from Statistics NZ’s website.

Please note: we have removed the 'Multi count' cubes previously published. We removed them because they were rarely accessed, and there was potential for misinterpretation. Anyone wanting to access the cubes’ content should contact the Ministry of Justice directly: justiceinfo@justice.govt.nz.

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Page updated: 21 March 2017

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