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December e-bulletin 2020

Looking back and celebrating our achievements with you in 2020

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

From care to custody: surviving incarceration – the English experience

On December 9, Dr Tim Bateman (Chair, the National Association for Youth Justice) discussed the overrepresentation of children in care in England’s custodial estate, for

November e-bulletin 2020

A leadership opportunity, challenging remand and new training opportunities

October e-bulletin 2020

A change in leadership, launching secure care standards and bringing research to life

Inclusion as Prevention

Inclusion as Prevention is an innovative system change project in South Lanarkshire. Funded by the Lottery, with partners including Action for Children, South Lanarkshire Council

Raising the age of referral to the Children’s Hearing System: CYCJ’s response

The Children and Young People’s Centre for Justice (CYCJ) has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation which sought views on increasing the age at which

Secure Care Pathway and Standards Scotland

The Secure Care and Pathways Scotland launched in October 2020. For the first time, they set out what all children in or on the edges

September e-bulletin 2020

Welcoming children’s rights progress, updating our practice guidance and supporting restorative justice in Scotland.


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