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To help you keep informed and continue your professional development, we’ve provided free access to the latest youth and criminal justice information, including government consultations, newsletter and conference materials, and national standards and guidelines.

January e-bulletin 2021

Shaking up the system, seeking new talent and sharing knowledge

Contextual Safeguarding: A framework for responding to the extra-familial abuse of children

Although Child Protection approaches are not limited to the family setting, the focus of much of the assessment and intervention is with the children and

National Youth Justice Conference 2021

SAVE THE DATE The National Youth Justice Conference 2021, organised by CYCJ, NYJAG and the Scottish Government, will take place on June 16 and 17

The Age of Criminal Responsibility: What you need to know

The Age of Criminal Responsibility (Scotland) Act 2019 (legislation.gov.uk) was passed in Parliament in 2019. Whilst almost half of provisions in the Act have already

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

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