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Movement Restriction Conditions (MRCs) and youth justice: Learning from the past, challenges in the present and possibilities for the future

David Orr, CYCJ Practice Development Advisor, draws on qualitative and quantitative data from a survey of youth justice practitioners’ and managers’ experience of the implementation and

Encouraging Help-Seeking Behaviours among Vulnerable Young Men: A Review of the Literature

A review of the literature into a range of needs and risks that affect young people found that young men are often as vulnerable as

Supporting young people who enter into secure care or custody to reintegrate into communities

CYCJ Strategic Manager Fiona Dyer gives a brief overview of the current system of supporting young people who enter into secure care or custody in

Restorative Justice Questionnaire: Summary of findings

Findings from a questionnaire circulated to delegates at the ‘Restorative Practice in the Aftermath of Serious Crime: Examination of the evidence and identification of learning

CYCJ e-bulletin, April 2014

CYCJ Stakeholder Survey: Report on findings

Following the January 2014 stakeholder survey conducted by CYCJ, the report on the online survey and focus group findings is now available. Thank you to

Youth Justice and Mental Health Interventions for Vulnerable Youth (IVY)

Fiona Dyer and Leanne Gregory From Social Services Expo & Conference March-2014

CYCJ e-bulletin, March 2014

Police Scotland, Youth Justice Management Unit – EEI

Mary Stephen, Youth Crime Coordinator From Early and Effective Intervention Network Events February 2014

Whole Systems Approach to GIRFEC

From Early and Effective Intervention Network Events February 2014

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