Youth correctional services, average counts of young persons, by province and territory

Youth correctional services, average counts of young persons, by province and territory
Definitions
 
Total actual-in count: Represents the sum of sentenced, remand, and other status counts and exclude inmates temporarily not in custody at the time of the count.
 
Incarceration rates per 10,000 young persons: Rates of incarceration for "actual-in" counts for young persons are calculated for each jurisdiction using the population at risk figures. That is, the provincial or territorial population aged 12 to 17 years. The average daily count for the month is divided by the Canadian youth population, then the result is multiplied by 10,000 to obtain the rate per 10,000 young persons.
 
Probation, community supervision count: Probation is a common type of community-based disposition, where the offender is placed under the supervision of a probation officer or other designated person.
 
Probation rates per 10,000 young persons: Rates of probation counts for young persons are calculated for each jurisdiction using the population at risk figures. That is, the provincial or territorial population aged 12 to 17 years. The average monthly count is divided by the Canadian young persons population, then the result is multiplied by 10,000 to obtain the rate per 10,000 young persons.
 
Notes
 
- Fiscal year (April 1 through March 31). Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals.
 
- These data are administrative data. With the new provisions of the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA), there may be differences in the administration of correctional services as well as the way in which concepts are defined compared to the Young Offenders Act (YOA).
 
- Data represent the total or weighted average for all reporting jurisdictions, and therefore, not a complete provincial and territorial total where data for some jurisdictions are incomplete or not available.