Movement Restriction Conditions (MRCs) and Youth Justice in Scotland: Are we there yet?
Movement Restriction Conditions (MRCs) were introduced in Scotland as part of the Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004. Although as highlighted by Orr (2013), their
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
Evaluation of the Barnardo’s Safer Choices Missing Service
Research shows that children and young people who go missing from home are at a considerably higher risk of being harmed. In April 2013, in
“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
Identification of looked after young people and care leavers by justice agencies
Looked after young people and care leavers have frequently faced a range of adverse childhood events, struggle in their journey into adulthood and lack 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
The Voices – podcast from the National Youth Justice Conference 2016
Saffron and Simone of the Staf Voices project shared video footage what it’s like to be a care experienced young person.
Maggie Fallon – podcast from the National Youth Justice Conference 2016
Maggie Fallon (Senior Education Officer, Education Scotland) asked ‘What do we mean by included, engaged and involved?’ at the National Youth Justice Conference 2016.