Policy and legislation

Improving Practice for Girls

This month’s Information Sheet, written by CYCJ’s Carole Dearie, follows on from the national launch of the Improving Practice for Girls training programme on 20

CYCJ e-bulletin, September 2015

This month we’ve been: celebrating a birthday; blogging about youth justice issues; and examining Multisystemic Therapy programmes.

Youth Justice and Children’s Rights

This Information Sheet, written by CYCJ’s Jill McAfee, aims to assist practitioners to develop a sound understanding of children’s rights throughout the Children’s Hearings and

CYCJ e-bulletin, July 2015

This month we’ve been: greeting new associates; sharing research findings; and delivering training across Scotland.

Systemic Practice and Family Interventions Two-Year Course Evaluation: 2013 to 2015

This report, written by CYCJ’s Research Fellow Nina Vaswani, presents the findings from a two-year evaluation of the Systemic Practice in Family Interventions Course delivered by

Youth Justice: A Study of Local Authority Practice Across Scotland

This paper, written by CYCJ’s Debbie Nolan,  provides an overview of current youth justice practice in 27 of Scotland’s 32 local authority areas, focusing on

Young people’s use of NPS (legal highs) and its impact on them and others workshop (National Youth Justice Conference 2015)

This workshop, delivered at the National Youth Justice Conference 2015 by Austin Smith, Policy and Practice Officer with the Scottish Drugs Forum, looks at the ‘what

Complexity and Youth Justice – National Youth Justice Conference 2015

CYCJ e-bulletin, June 2015

This month we’ve been: discussing complexity and youth justice; re-launching resources; and blogging about great books and events…

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