Early intervention

EEI – Framework of Core Elements

This presentation was delivered by Brian McClafferty, Youth Justice Manager for Dumfries & Galloway, at the ‘Early & Effective Intervention: A Framework of Core Elements’

Living it! Event – Professor Lesley McAra on ‘Maximum Diversion, Minimum Intervention’

Professor Lesley McAra, Chair of Penology at the University of Edinburgh, speaks on ‘Maximum Diversion, Minimum Intervention’ at the ‘Living it! children, young people and

Living it! Bringing the voices of young people to Parliament

Living it! Event – Maximum Diversion, Minimum Intervention: An Evidence-Base for Kilbrandon

This presentation was delivered by Professor Lesley McAra, Chair of Penology at the University of Edinburgh, at the ‘Living It: Children, young people and justice’

Young People’s Motivations for Firesetting

This Information Sheet focuses on young people’s motivations for firesetting. Fire can have devastating and destructive consequences for individuals, communities and the economy, with the total cost

Youth Justice in Scotland: Fixed in the past or fit for the future?

‘Youth Justice in Scotland: Fixed in the past or fit for the future?’ draws on research evidence, practice wisdom and policy discourse to provide a

Reviewing Youth Justice in Scotland

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