Bereavement and offending behaviours: a role for Early and Effective Intervention (EEI)?

‘Bereavement and offending behaviours: a role for Early and Effective Intervention (EEI)?’, written by CYCJ’s Nina Vaswani and Fern Gillon, reports on findings from a scoping study undertaken with West Lothian Council, exploring the prevalence of bereavement in recorded EEI data, practitioner views on the needs of young people and the role of EEI in responding to childhood bereavement.

EEI in Scotland often provides the first contact that children and young people have with the justice system. This makes it a useful point from which to explore the relationship between bereavement and offending, at the time when offending behaviour first begins to emerge.

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