Families and relationships

Meeting the needs of bereaved young men in custody

This presentation was delivered by Nina Vaswani (Research Fellow, CYCJ); Donald Scott (Chaplain at HM YOI Polmont) and Nicola Robertson (Depute Principal Educational Psychologist, Falkirk)

A problem with girls? The influence of gender stereotypes and the iniquities of moral regulation

Michele Burman, Professor of Criminology and Deputy Head, School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Glasgow and founding co-director of the Scottish Centre

Giving young people a voice

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

Taking the path to reducing reoffending

Supporting Forth and Fife Valley: Pathways into prison and supports available to young people from Fife and Forth Valley

This report presents the findings of a small-scale research project which examined the social work reports of 32 young men aged between 17 and 21

Young Men in Custody: Pathways into and out of prison of young men aged 16 and 17

The broad purpose of this report was to examine young men’s journeys into and out of custody. The Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ) was

Factsheet 28: Evaluating the ‘Systemic Practice in Family Interventions’ Programme

The provision of support to families is an important part of a system that effectively supports children and young people who are involved in offending

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

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