Reappointment of Youth Justice Board Member

The Secretary of State has reappointed Mr Brian Tytherleigh as a member of the Youth Justice Board (YJB) for 3 years from 1 April 2022.

YJB is a non-departmental public body, responsible for overseeing the youth justice system in England and Wales. As a non-departmental public body, i Its primary function is to monitor the operation of the youth justice system and the provision of youth justice services.

Reappointments to the YJB are made by the Secretary of State for Justice and are regulated by the Commissioner for Public Appointments. This reappointments has been made in line with the Governance Code on Public Appointments.

Brian Tytherleigh Biography

Mr Tytherleigh has focused on transformational change in non-governmental public bodies and departmental agencies. He was also instrumental in moving the Children’s Workforce Development Council into the Teaching Agency and overseeing its subsequent merger with National College of School Leadership to create the National College of Teaching and Leadership. Mr Tytherleigh is currently retired but holds the position of member of the Audit and Risk Committee at The Children’s Commissioner’s Office.

This prior experience makes him well suited to this role at YJB, both in terms of his experience in education and his expertise in children’s services, which will help contribute to the Board’s objectives and ambitions for reform of the youth justice system.

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