Community links and engagement

Maggie Fallon, What do we mean about Included, Engaged and Involved?

This presentation was delivered by Maggie Fallon, Senior Education Officer with Education Scotland, on June 15th at the National Youth Justice Conference 2016.

CYCJ e-bulletin, May 2016

This month we’ve been: focussing on working with children involved in serious offences, putting secure care in the picture and getting ready to act!

A picture of loss

CYCJ e-bulletin, April 2016

This month we’ve been: discussing the future of secure care, investigating youth justice practice internationally, writing about looked after children and crime, and much more!

CYCJ Workplan 2016/2017

CYCJ is primarily funded by the Scottish Government and our 2016/2017 Workplan details the work we will deliver funded by this grant. For 2016/17 our work will

Serious Organised Crime Groups (SOCGs) and Children/Young People in Scotland

This information sheet, written by CYCJ’s Yanna Papadodimitraki talks about Serious Organised Crime Groups (SOCGs) and children/young people in Scotland.

Home Detention Curfews

The Home Detention Curfew (HDC, or ‘tag’ as it is often referred to) is a scheme that allows certain prisoners, including 16 and 17 year

CYCJ e-bulletin, December 2015

Looking back on the highlights from 2015…

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Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice
University of Strathclyde
Lord Hope Building, Level 6
141 St. James Road Glasgow G4 0LT

(0141) 444 8622

cycj@strath.ac.uk

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