Young people's views and experiences

What is Youth Justice? Reflections on the 1968 Act

This paper, authored by Nina Vaswani, Fiona Dyer and Claire Lightowler, charts the development of youth justice since the 1968 Act ushered in a national

CYCJ paper calls for change

Gender, sexual identity and crime

Young people who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and/or Trans (LGBT) – and involved in criminality – are a ‘‘hidden population”, with limited research of their

CYCJ Residential Childcare project receives Howard League special commendation

Parents and carers – we want to hear from you

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,

Thoughts from the Youth and Criminal Justice Dinner

The aim of the Youth and Criminal Justice Dinner, held in September 2018, was to give a broad range of people with an interest in

Trauma and the revolving door of crisis and crime

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

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