(2) how many 15 to 18-year-olds are in each young offender institution as a result of breaching an antisocial behaviour order.
Key policy requirements in relation to maintaining family contact through social visits, correspondence and by telephone are subject to review through local and national audit processes. In addition, establishments are, on occasion, subject to thorough inspection by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons. Independent monitoring boards are also able to highlight good practice or areas of concern in their annual reports to the Secretary of State. Units accommodating under 18-year-olds are subject to monitoring by the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales.
Detailed information on the arrangements made by individual young offender institutions to promote and evaluate family contact is not held centrally.