Policy and legislation


Youth Justice: Advancing the Whole System Approach

This presentation was delivered by David Doris, of the Scottish Government, at the ‘Early & Effective Intervention: A Framework of Core Elements’ event on March

Children & Young People (Scotland Act 2014) – Briefing on GIRFEC Provisions

This presentation was delivered by Lynn Townsend and Marion Gillooly of the Scottish Government GIRFEC Team at the ‘Early & Effective Intervention: A Framework of

‘Living it!’ discussion session

Following talks at the ‘‘Living it! children, young people and justice’ event, the audience and speakers discuss and question the issues raised.

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

Legal doesn’t mean safe: new drugs, new challenges

Following on from the ‘Legal doesn’t mean safe: new drugs, new challenges’ conference in December 2014, this month’s Information Sheet gives a useful overview of new

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’

Legal doesn’t mean safe: Sex, Drugs and toilet roll (podcast)

Katy MacLeod of the Scottish Drugs Forum speaking at the ‘Legal doesn’t mean safe: new drugs, new challenges’ conference on December 8, 2014.

NPS: the criminal aspect (podcast)

Detective Inspector Michael Miller speaking at the ‘Legal doesn’t mean safe: new drugs, new challenges’ conference on December 8, 2014.

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