Resources

To help you keep informed and continue your professional development, we’ve provided free access to the latest youth and criminal justice information, including government consultations, newsletter and conference materials, and national standards and guidelines.

Practitioner Research

With the focus on evidence-informed practice and accountability, generating more practitioner research is seen as an important way to increase the quality and quantity of

Trauma, Bereavement and Loss at Polmont

To ensure its research into trauma, bereavement and loss experiences at HMYOI Polmont is accessible for young people, CYCJ has produced a new resource which summarises some

Chief Social Work Officers and secure care

This report details findings from a qualitative study of Chief Social Work Officer (CSWO) perceptions, and CSWO and local authority approaches, to the use of

Recall from HDC: Information Leaflet

This leaflet is part of the Home Detention Curfew resource materials.

Home Detention Curfew Info Flier

This flier is part of the Home Detention Curfew resource materials.

Home Detention Curfew Family Information Sheet

This Family Information Sheet is part of the Home Detention Curfew resource materials.

The Costs of Youth Justice

While youth offending in Scotland has declined, the costs to those involved – the victim, perpetrator and society as a whole – are significant.  But

CYCJ e-bulletin, April 2017

Sharing Scottish success, addressing online behaviour and exploring the costs of youth justice.

Working with children who have experienced domestic abuse

Children are often described as the ‘forgotten victims’ of domestic abuse, with significant correlation between domestic abuse and the mental, physical and sexual abuse of

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