Reintegration and transitions

‘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 – Kenny McAskill MSP and the young people

Event host Kenny MacAskill MSP welcomes guests to the ‘Living it! children, young people and justice’ event at the Scottish Parliament on February 17th. He

Scottish Prison Service Vision for Young People in Custody

The Scottish Prison Service (SPS) Vision for Young People in Custody, which launched in December 2014, seeks to mitigate the negative aspects of custody and

Meeting the needs of bereaved young men in custody

This presentation was delivered by Nina Vaswani (Research Fellow, CYCJ); Donald Scott (Chaplain at HM YOI Polmont) and Nicola Robertson (Depute Principal Educational Psychologist, Falkirk)

Framework for Risk Assessment Management and Evaluation (FRAME) for Local Authorities and partners

Human Trafficking: Global – National – Local

This presentation was delivered by Philip Ishola, CEO of the Counter Human Trafficking Bureau, at the ‘Child Trafficking: A Scottish Perspective’ conference on October 29,

Young people: throughcare, transitions, integration and reintegration

Claire Lightowler, Director of CYCJ, presented on ‘Young people: throughcare, transitions, integration and reintegration’ at the ‘Throughcare: Getting it right’ conference, which was organised by

Taking the path to reducing reoffending

Supporting Forth and Fife Valley: Pathways into prison and supports available to young people from Fife and Forth Valley

This report presents the findings of a small-scale research project which examined the social work reports of 32 young men aged between 17 and 21

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University of Strathclyde
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141 St. James Road Glasgow G4 0LT

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