Moving from youth to adult justice

Positive Youth Justice: Children First, Offenders Second: presentation

This presentation was delivered by Professor Stephen Case (Loughborough University) at a joint CYCJ/University of Strathclyde School of Social Work and Social Policy seminar on

Better relationships could reduce the criminalisation of looked after young people

“Between a rock and a hard place”: Responses to Offending in Residential Childcare

There is current and ongoing concern regarding the potential criminalisation of looked after young people. To address these issues, CYCJ undertook a study which aimed to: gather

Communicating with Young People with Learning Disabilities

Young people with learning disabilities are at risk of being disadvantaged in the youth justice and criminal justice systems if they do not have the

National Youth Justice Conference 2016 – resource overview

At this year’s National Youth Justice Conference in Dundee on June 15 and 16, delegates came together to learn, share ideas and best practice, and

Max Rutherford – podcast from the National Youth Justice Conference 2016

Max Rutherford (Criminal Justice Programme Manager, Barrow Cadbury Trust) spoke on the Transition to Adulthood (T2A) initiative 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

Vision and Values for the Children’s Hearing System in Scotland

The Children’s Hearings Improvement Partnership (CHIP), of which CYCJ is a partner, has published a statement of vision and values which reflects the enduring ethos

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