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Scotland’s response to children in conflict with the law: What data exists?

Wherever possible children who come into conflict with the law should be kept out of the adult criminal justice system and either diverted from formal

Age of Criminal Responsibility: Children and Young People’s Views

This report shares findings from a survey, conducted by Beth-Anne Logan and Fiona Dyer of the Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ), which

‘Not cut out for prison’: Depriving children of their childhood

This articles explores the data about remand in Scotland and the human rights experiences of children on remand. It also reflects on why such a

Use and impact of bail and remand in Scotland with children

This report shares findings from a small nationwide study of the use of bail and remand with children in Scotland, undertaken by CYCJ to develop

ACES, Places and Status: Results of the 2018 Scottish Secure Care Census

This report, written by Ross Gibson, shares findings from a study by CYCJ that aimed to highlight the prevalence and impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences

Managing risk of harm in the community: A guide for practitioners and managers working with children

We know that meeting the needs of children who pose a risk of serious harm to themselves or others, whilst upholding their rights and managing

‘Rights Respecting? Scotland’s approach to children in conflict with the law’ – Child friendly version

To make our report ‘Rights Respecting? Scotland’s approach to children in conflict with the law’ accessible to a younger audience, we have designed a child

Practice implications of Coronavirus for Children in Conflict with the Law: An ongoing review

The Coronavirus (Scotland) Act received Royal Assent on April 6, 2020, bringing wide-ranging provisions across a broad range of policy areas, with several implications for

The Contribution of CYCJ: Boundary-spanning and System Development

During 2019, CYCJ undertook an evaluation exercise to better understand its impact on youth justice. The exercise was conducted with independent evaluator Catherine-Rose Stocks-Rankin and jointly funded

Prioritising Prevention? Opportunities and barriers to inclusion, prevention and early intervention in Scottish Youth Justice

This report shares findings from a scoping study undertaken on behalf of the Inclusion as Prevention (IAP) project, funded by the National Lottery, under their

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