National Youth Justice Conference 2017
Now in its tenth year, this popular event brought delegates together at Stirling University on June 21 and 22 for two days of speakers and
Recall from HDC: Information Leaflet
This leaflet is part of the Home Detention Curfew resource materials.
The Costs of Youth Justice
While youth offending in Scotland has declined, the costs to those involved – the victim, perpetrator and society as a whole – are significant. But
The price of prejudice: when attitudes shape policy
As professionals, to what extent do our attitudes and social representations shape how we work with young offenders? Do our ‘hidden prejudices’ get in the
The Whole System Approach: responding to complexity and lessons learned
The Whole System Approach for Children and Young People who offend, introduced in 2011, represented a significant shift to more clearly focus on diversion, early
Exploring tertiary education for people with convictions
This report presents the findings of the Study With Conviction project undertaken between July 2015 and January 2016. It considers the barriers to accessing and
Shame, an effective tool for justice?
This paper was written as part of a placement from HMP Greenock with CYCJ. It aims to explore the influence of shame within the criminal justice system,
Supporting young people involved in offending up to 21 years old: Extending the Whole System Approach
The Whole System Approach (WSA) was introduced in Scotland as an effective way of working with young people aged 8-18 who are involved in offending