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YOTYouth Offender Team
YOTYouth Offending Training (UK)
YOTYear of the Turtle (est. 2006; Bangkok, Thailand; Indian-Ocean and South East Asia; UN Environmental Programme)
YOTYear of Training (USAF)
YOTYou Over There (military slang)
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Last year, the YOT was at the centre of a row between councillors and Dame Vera Baird - as the former Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) was accused of overseeing a lack of force funding for the scheme.
The "distressing" report into looked-after children being supervised away from their homes by Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) was prepared by education watchdogs Estyn and Ofsted along with Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Probation (HMIP).
Reacting to the fighting, Arop Yot, Biennom County commissioner, has urged government of south Sudan to consider immediate deployment of adequate security forces in the area.
In cases where courts are considering custody for a young offender, judges and magistrates must obtain a pre-sentence report from the local youth offending team (YOT) before handing down a punishment.
In Wessex, the YOT recommended custody in only 21 cases, but 130 under-18s were locked up - 16 per cent of the total.
The Chief Inspector of Probation, Andrew Bridges, said the county's Youth Offending Teams (YOT) were falling short "in nearly all areas".
The county council's Youth Offending Team (YOT) has launched a drive in a bid to cut the number of young criminals reoffending.
OOD VALGED JA MUSTAD: KIRJAVAHETUS AASTAST 2001 (Nights light and black: Correspondence from the year 2001) was first published in Swedish and Finnish (Vita natter och svarta, Valkeat yot ja mustat, both in 2002), and an Estonian translation has recently appeared.
Just freespel tricky words (like yot for yacht) to promote comprehension, clarity, and cumfert.
Southwards, Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park contains Tham Phraya Nakhom cave.