Leeds Youth Justice Service (LYJS) work with children and young people aged 10 to 17 years who have offended and help prevent them getting into further trouble. LYJS work with a variety of organisations, young people, parents and carers to:


  • Support children and young people and prevent them from offending
  • Reduce the risk of further offending by young people and help them face up to the consequences
  • Work with and support victims of youth crime
  • Support young people who are bailed by the courts, during sentence and on release
  • Supervise young people on court orders
  • Assist with arrangements for a young person remanded to Local Authority care by the courts

• Assist parents through voluntary support


Traineeship Role

Youth Justice Worker

Training Allowance

£12,500 per annum

Placement Organisation

Leeds Youth Justice Service, Leeds City Council

Reports to

Practice Manager and PATH Coordinator

Hours/Days Required

35 hours per week, Monday to Friday


Up to 1 year 

Special Requirement

DBS check prior to start

How to Apply

Complete a PATH Traineeship Application Form and email to info@pathyorkshire.co.uk



Friday 27th September 2019, 4pm

Interviews will be held on Friday 11th October 2019.

FULL DETAILS: Youth Justice Worker 2019 Training Profile 

APPLICATION FORM: PATH Traineeship Application Form 2019

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