Reintegration and transitions

Families of Prisoners: A Review of the Evidence

This paper, written by CYCJ’s Debbie Nolan and Beth Weaver, draws on academic research and published reports to present a summary of research into the

Breaking the Cycle

This Information Sheet, written by CYCJ’s Jill McAfee, summarises some of the main themes from the CYCJ ‘Breaking the Cycle’ conference on intergenerational offending, which was held

Scottish Care Leavers Covenant

CYCJ e-bulletin, August 2015

This month we’ve been: discussing loss amongst young people; planning upcoming events; and reporting on Local Authority practice across Scotland.

Youth Justice: A Study of Local Authority Reintegration and Transitions Practice Across Scotland

This paper, written by CYCJ’s Debbie Nolan, provides an overview of current practice in most of Scotland’s local authorities with young people, from the point that

Understanding ambiguous loss in young people involved in offending

This Information Sheet, written by CYCJ’s Research Fellow Nina Vaswani,  outlines the range of different losses that young people in custody may experience throughout a difficult and troubled

Information Sheet 40 – list of references

This list of references accompanies Information Sheet number 40, ‘Understanding ambiguous loss in young people involved in offending’.

Paul Carberry and Sean Kerr, Action for Children – Podcast (National Youth Justice Conference 2015)

Paul Carberry and Sean Kerr of Action For Children deliver a presentation on diverting young people from crime, at the National Youth Justice Conference 2015.

Podcast – John Cuddihy, Police Scotland (National Youth Justice Conference 2015)

John Cuddihy of Police Scotland delivers a presentation on organised crime at the National Youth Justice Conference 2015.

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