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Case Study: ASD and Viewing Indecent Images of Children

This case study , written by CYCJ Associate Dr Clare Allely (University of Salford), focuses on the importance of considering potential innate vulnerabilities in some

July e-bulletin 2020

Informing the world’s biggest COVID-19 children’s impact assessment, highlighting childhood trauma in secure care and delivering restorative justice

June e-bulletin 2020

Assessing the impact of COVID-19, upholding children’s rights and consulting on the future of Scottish youth justice.

CYCJ Annual Report 2019-2020

This Annual Report covers the period from April 2019 to March 2020. During this time, we published ground-breaking research, hosted well-attended events and training sessions,

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

‘Spend time with me’: Children and young people’s experiences of COVID-19 and the justice system

This report shares findings from research undertaken by CYCJ gathering the views of children and young people with experience of the justice system on COVID-19

Notes from the ‘Rights Respecting’ Symposium

A Symposium to mark the publication of the Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice’s ‘Rights Respecting? Scotland’s approach to children in conflict with the law’ report took place at the

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