This report outlines findings of an evaluation exploring the implementation and operation of three Children’s Teams - Canterbury, Horowhenua/Ōtaki and Rotorua.
This report from the Office of the Children’s Commissioner and Oranga Tamariki draws together the voices of more than 6000 children and young people.
Findings from an Oranga Tamariki Evidence Centre study on what drives remand recommendations made for young people in the youth justice system.
This report summarises evaluation findings on the Remand Options Investigation Tool (ROIT), designed to support youth justice professionals.
This report presents key findings from research on young people’s participation and engagement with the youth justice system in relation to remand decisions.
This report presents evaluation findings about the Access to Services trial, attached to the Gateway Assessment System.
This report presents the results of a survey designed to find out more about the 40% of 15-17 year olds currently in the care of Oranga Tamariki.
This report presents evaluation findings into the Child, Youth, and Family (CYF) feedback and complaints system.
An overview of out-of-home care services for children overseas.
This evidence brief summarises international research on complex needs in children and young people involved in care and youth justice.
A high-level review of how different countries report on the harm experienced by children in the custody of care and protection agencies.
A report examining the impact of the KickStart Breakfast programme on students’ health.
The extent to which breaching bail conditions and reoffending while on bail may contribute to youth being detained in custody.
New research into Social Workers in Schools (SWiS) has found some positive and encouraging results.
A report on how better information can help social workers make good decisions about care options for young people.
An evaluation of two services reinforces that young people benefit from focused support when moving from being in care to living independently.