Theory, methods and practice

Balancing rights and risks: How can we get it right for children involved in violent behaviour?

Official data suggests that the number of children involved in offending has reduced significantly over the past ten years throughout the UK. Despite this reduction,

Balancing rights and risks with violent behaviour

SAVRY – Training Data Input

Organised by CYCJ, the Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth (SAVRY) training event enabled attendees to use the SAVRY tool,  designed to be useful

DCI Implementation Group Notes 29/5/18

These notes were taken during the DCI Implementation Group 29/5/18

A Guide to Youth Justice in Scotland: policy, practice and legislation

Whether you are a practitioner, researcher or educator, you should be familiar with the latest policy and practice legislation in youth justice. That’s why the

Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) in Youth Justice: Understanding and addressing the impact

The current Youth Justice Strategy ‘Preventing Offending: Getting it right for children and young people’ committed to ‘improve awareness and support of speech, language and

Promoting Young People’s Participation

Research suggests participation could improve the lives of those involved in offending by helping them create meaning to their lives and develop new skills. This

Children and Young People in Custody in Scotland

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