Reports and Research

Hear Us, Make Changes (Bairns’ Hoose)

To support the consultation on the Bairn’s Hoose draft standards, CYCJ has produced a report sharing children and young people’s views on how the Bairns’

Alternatives to Young Offender Institutions for children under 18

To fulfil Scotland’s aims and duties under the UNCRC through The Promise Plan, steps have been taken to reduce the number of children under 18

COVID Learning Report: The Fragility of Justice

CYCJ contributed to the Inspiring Children’s Futures latest COVID Learning Reports, in partnership with the University of Strathclyde Centre for Sustainable Development & Pathfinders for

Thinking About Justice

CYCJ’s research ‘Thinking About Justice’ explored children’s understanding, experiences of, and aspirations for, justice in Scotland. The child led project, which was commissioned and funded

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

The views of school pupils on the use of Restorative Justice in Scotland

The Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ) has been commissioned to conduct research with children, young people and families to explore their awareness, understanding

Representing care experienced children & young people in police custody: A good practice guide

The Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ), in collaboration with the Scottish Child Law Centre, has produced a resource to support Scottish solicitors

Framework for Risk Assessment Management and Evaluation (FRAME) with children aged 12-17

This risk practice guidance is (published in June 2021) for child-centred practice in risk assessment and management. It replaces the previous FRAME for under 18s (2014).

Early and Effective Intervention – Framework of Core Elements

Core elements for Early and Effective Intervention (EEI) have been available since 2015.  This updated version for June 2021 was commissioned by the Advancing Whole

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