YOTSYear of the Spider (music album from the band Cold)
YOTSYear of the Savage (Robb Bank music)
YOTSYouth Offending Teams (UK)
YOTSYear of the Snitch (Death Grips album)
YOTSYouth off the Streets (Alexandria, New South Wales, Australia)
YOTSYouth Olympic Training Seminar
YOTSYear of the Screenplay (various locations)
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These cuts have been made despite evidence YOTs have been effective at preventing young people from getting involved in crime.
Policy to address youth offending, such as sanctions in the form of curfews up to custodial sentences, are implemented alongside multi-agency responses in the form of Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) and restorative justice policies.
Ultimately, if preservationists like Yots and Robideau wanted to save the fourplex, why didn't they buy it?
The inspectors looked at 60 children in six regions in a joint inspection into the work of YOTs with children placed away from home.
The Chief Inspector of Probation, Andrew Bridges, said the county's Youth Offending Teams (YOT) were falling short "in nearly all areas".
The report also stated that while YOTs were generally providing a good service to their local courts, the quality of pre-sentence reports was often poor, with many being too long and containing irrelevant detail.
YOTs try to give youngsters the support and guidance they need to change their ways.
To read the response by the Association of YOT Managers:
After the weapon was found during a search, Simon was bailed and referred to a youth offending team (YOT) because of the seriousness of the offence.
A larger minority of children and young people from Wales than in most of England are accommodated unreasonably distant from or unacceptably isolated from home." He said inspectorate reports of local authority Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) had identified "major shortcomings".
The Healthcare Commission and HM Inspectorate of Probation examined 50 out of 155 youth offending teams (YOTs) in England and Wales and found that one in six did not have a healthcare worker, even though primary care trusts have a statutory duty to provide one.