Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Data Element|
|Short name:||Order end reason (youth justice)|
|Synonymous names:||Order cessation reason|
The reason a legal order or arrangement that has resulted in a young person being supervised or case managed by a youth justice agency ended, as represented by a code.
|Data Element Concept:||Order—order end reason|
Value domain attributes
|Maximum character length:||2|
Collection and usage attributes
|Guide for use:|
CODE 0 is used for ongoing orders that were not completed in the reporting period.
CODE 1 is used to end a community or detention order when a young person has completed the hours and/or conditions of their order without it being revoked, overturned or ended due to an escape. This order end reason is considered to be used for the successful completion of an order.
Community-based supervision order inclusions:
Community-based supervision order exclusions:
The definition of orders ended due to an expiry can differ between jurisdictions. For orders that are successfully completed when they expire use CODE 1 (complete). For orders that expire where the young person has not completed conditions use CODE 88 (other reason).
Detention order inclusions:
Detention order exclusions:
CODE 2 is used for young people who breach an order or re-offend while on a community-based supervision order (sentenced or unsentenced). This end reason should not be used for a detention order.
CODE 3 is used when an order is ended because the young person died.
CODE 4 is used when an order (community-based or detention) is ended through a formal appeal or review process, whether it be overturned, discharged, cancelled, dismissed, varied, reduced (etc.).
This code does not specify whether an order is overturned and a person is released and no longer guilty vs whether a person’s order is overturned with new conditions or reduced/extended.
CODE 5 is used where a stayed appeal is pending at the end of the reporting period
CODE 88 is used for all order end reasons (both detention and community-based supervision) that do not fit into the above categories.
Data element attributes
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