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.
National Youth Justice Conference 2018
This popular event brought delegates together at Stirling University on June 20 and 21 for two days of speakers and workshops, and the chance to
Age of Criminal Responsibility (Scotland) Bill – CYCJ’s response
The Age of Criminal Responsibility (Scotland) Bill was introduced in the Scottish Parliament on 13 March 2018. The main purpose of the Bill is to
Grey cells and prison cells: Meeting the neurodevelopmental and cognitive needs of vulnerable young people
In this report, Sean and James, CYCJ’s work placements, present the findings from the Grey Cells and Prison Cells Event evaluation forms.
WSA Implementation Group Note 20/3/18
These notes were taken at the WSA Implementation Group meeting on March 20, 2018.
June E-bulletin 2018
In this month’s e-bulletin we’re thinking creatively, looking at the debate around disclosure and the practice of restorative justice.
The role of creative practice to support young people at risk of offending
In this month’s information sheet, Ross Gibson discusses the increasing need for youth justice practitioners to think and work creatively in an environment of ever
Considering a Restorative Approach for Statutory Criminal Justice Social Work in Edinburgh
The City of Edinburgh Council Criminal Justice Social Work (CJSW) service views restorative justice as an opportunity to improve service provision to both those convicted
The Debating Disclosure event co-hosted by CYCJ, CELCIS and the Scottish Care Leavers Covenant took place on the 25 April to provide an overview of
A Guide to Youth Justice in Scotland: policy, practice and legislation
Whether you are a practitioner, researcher or educator, you should be familiar with the latest policy and practice legislation in youth justice. That’s why the