What do we do?

We work with children and young people aged 8 to 18 years who have offended, or at risk of offending and help prevent them getting into further trouble.

We work with a variety of organisations, children, young people, parents and carers to:

 Make sure children receive the support they need to lead crime-free lives and contribute positively to society

Make sure that victims are supported

 Make sure the public feels protected and safe



St Helens Youth Justice Service includes: 

Head of Service, Operational Managers, Case Managers, Social Workers, Police Officer, Probation Officer, Career Connect Advisor, Barnardos Therapist, Re-engagement Mentor (Pre-16), Intervention Development Officer, Reparation and Unpaid Work Coordinator, Restorative Justice and Victim Liaison Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator and Volunteer Panel Members/Mentors.



What do children say about St Helens Youth Justice Service?