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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.

The Contributory Role of ASD Symptomology in Offending Behaviour

The majority of individuals with ASD are law-abiding. However, research has shown how ASD symptomology can contribute to various types of offending behaviour. In this

Key Messages from CYCJ

The latest Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice Key Messages paper summarises findings and themes from the Centre’s work over the past three years. This builds

Developing Capacity and Improvement Implementation Group Nov 2018

These notes were taken at the Developing Capacity and Improvement Implementation Group on November 21, 2018.

February e-bulletin 2019

National Youth Justice Conference, sharing key messages and evaluating what we do.

Flexibility is key – Movement Restriction Conditions

This Info Sheet considers the latest use of MRCs in Scotland and explores what a more bespoke and creative application of MRCs looks like in

Improving Life Chances Implementation Group Nov 2018

These notes were taken at the Improving Life Chances Implementation Group on November 21, 2018.

2018 CYCJ Stakeholder Survey Report

The CYCJ Stakeholder Survey takes place every two years, in order to ensure that the work we do (such as our training, events and research)

Supporting and managing children who pose a high risk

This Info Sheet, written by Fiona Dyer, outlines good practice principles when considering the placement of children away from home when appropriate community based support

January e-bulletin 2019

New year, new horizons and new opportunities

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