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Slough Youth Offending Team

Service has Local Offer

The Slough Youth Offending Team works with young people to help stop offending, maximise their full potential and help them become responsible, crime-free members of the community.

Six key objectives the Youth Offending Team works towards:

  1. The swift administration of justice so that every young person accused of breaking the law has the matter resolved without delay
  2. To confront young offenders with the consequences of their offending
  3. To put in place interventions that tackle the specific factors which put a young person at risk of re-offending
  4. To make sure that the punishment is proportionate to the seriousness of the crime
  5. To reinforce the responsibilities of the parents and to provide advice and guidance to them
  6. To make certain that young offenders are encouraged to make reparation to their victim(s).

Visit the website for information sheets on:

  • You have to go to court
  • Slough Youth Justice Plan
  • Youth Rehabilition Order
  • Referral Order
  • Out of court disposal order
  • Detention and Training order
  • Youth inclusion support programme
  • Support for parents
  • Substance awareness support
  • Prevention Programme
  • Information for victims
  • Education, Training and Employment
  • Bail supervison information
  • So, if you've been arrested

Other support offered:

  • Information sheets for offenders, victims and parents
  • Support with school¬† attendance, behaviour , School work, Bullying, Exclusions, meetings with your school, training
  • Job club, career guidance, money & benefit advice
  • Substance misuse workshops
  • Mentoring
  • Crime prevention workshops
  • Managing conflict workshops
  • Weapons Awareness workshops
  • Group Sessions

Who to contact

Slough Youth Offending Team
01753 522702
Slough Youth Offending Team


This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Slough Family Information Service website and Slough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations