Juvenile Justice is now part of the NSW Department of Justice (DJ). The Department's Strategic Plan can be found on the Department of Justice website.
Juvenile Justice's previous corporate plan has been superceded by the Department's Strategic Plan.
JJ Corporate Plan 2010 - 2013 (PDF 107kb)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander strategic plan 2011 - 2013 (PDF 524kb)
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander recruitment and retention strategy 2011 - 2015 (PDF 7.71mb)
Disability Action Plan (pdf 207kb)
Multicultural Action Plan (pdf 1.05mb)
Youth Justice Conferencing
My child has been questioned by police
My child is going to court
My child is on bail
The court has requested a background report on my child
What penalty can the court give my child?
My child has been referred to a youth justice conference
My child has been placed on a community service order
My child has been placed on a community court order
My child has been sent to a juvenile justice centre
Working with families
The New South Wales Government believes that victims of crime should be treated with courtesy, compassion and respect for their rights and dignity.
In accordance with this fundamental belief, the Victims Rights Act was enacted in 1996. The Act contains a Charter of Victims Rights that establishes standards for the appropriate treatment of victims of crime that is overseen by the Victims of Crime Bureau.
Juvenile Justice is committed to acknowledging and observing the rights of victims as described in the Victims Rights Act 1996 and the Charter of Victims Rights.
The victims register
Serious young offender review panel
Information not provided to registered victims
Who is eligible to register as a victim
Contact us for more information
Additional support information for victims
Juvenile Justice is now part of the NSW Department of Justice (DJ). The Department's Strategic Framework can be found on the Department of Justice website.