Community links and engagement

Arlene Stuart – podcast from the National Youth Justice Conference 2016

Arlene Stuart (Head of Community Justice Operational Unit, Scottish Government) gave an overview of the community justice model at the National Youth Justice Conference 2016.

Maggie Fallon – podcast from the National Youth Justice Conference 2016

Maggie Fallon (Senior Education Officer, Education Scotland) asked ‘What do we mean by included, engaged and involved?’ at the National Youth Justice Conference 2016.

Chair and Co-Chair (Day 1) podcast from the National Youth Justice Conference 2016

Norma Corlette (CEO, Staf) and Michelle Rice (Dundee) were Chair and Co-Chair for the National Youth Justice Conference 2016, Day 1. Here they welcome delegates

National Youth Justice Conference 2016 – workshop summary

This month’s Info Sheet, written by Debbie Nolan, highlights practice learning points from the workshops at this year’s national youth justice conference

CYCJ e-bulletin, June 2016

This month we’ve been youth justice conferencing, taking elphies and discussing disclosure.  

What can we learn in Scotland from the Red Hook Community Court?

Following a visit to New York, CYCJ Practice Development Manager Fiona Dyer explores in this case study how we can work better with young people who

A guide to youth justice in Scotland – updated for 2016

National Youth Justice Conference 2016 in Storify

Want an overview of the messages, outcomes and funny bits of this year’s conference, but don’t fancy trawling through all the social media activity? We’ve

Arlene A Stuart, New Model for Community Justice

This presentation was delivered by Arlene A Stuart, Head of the Community Justice Operational Unit in the Scottish Government, on June 16th at the National

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