Problem Solving Judicial Practice in Alloa Sheriff Court: Sheriff D Mackie
This short paper by Sheriff David Mackie, resident Sheriff for Alloa, starts from the premise that the merits of a problem solving approach in appropriate
National Youth Justice Conference 2014 – Vox Liminis
Vox Liminis’ Alison Urie talks about the valuable work that the arts-based intervention project does in Scottish prisons. She’s joined by Andrew Howie, who performs
Ashley Cameron, Who Cares? Scotland (National Youth Justice Conference 2014)
From listening to legislation: Ashley Cameron, an Education Campaigner with Who Cares? Scotland, speaks at Day 1 of the Youth Justice Conference 2014.
Restorative Justice in Scotland: at the crossroads?
Delivered by Jenny Johnstone (University of Newcastle/Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research); David Orr (CYCJ); and Mary Munro (University of Strathclyde) at the European
Mental Health Difficulties in the Youth Justice Population: Learning from the first six months of the IVY project
In this paper, IVY Psychologist Leanne Gregory considers a marginalised group in our society – young people with severe psychological and mental health difficulties who