Adverse Childhood Experiences

CYCJ paper calls for change

Gender, sexual identity and crime

Young people who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and/or Trans (LGBT) – and involved in criminality – are a ‘‘hidden population”, with limited research of their

Thoughts from the Youth and Criminal Justice Dinner

The aim of the Youth and Criminal Justice Dinner, held in September 2018, was to give a broad range of people with an interest in

Balancing rights and risks with violent behaviour

Trauma and the revolving door of crisis and crime

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.

Grey cells and prison cells: Meeting the neurodevelopmental and cognitive needs of vulnerable young people

Given the strong link to offending behaviour, the focus of this event was to identify and work with children and young people who have neurodevelopmental

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in children at high risk of harm to others

This information sheet provides a summary of CYCJ’s latest research into the adverse childhood experiences among children who present a risk of harm to other

Adverse Childhood Experiences in children at high risk of harm to others. A gendered perspective.

This paper documents the prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences in a sample of 130 young people aged under 18 who present high levels of risk

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