Young people's views and experiences

Living it! Event – Maximum Diversion, Minimum Intervention: An Evidence-Base for Kilbrandon

This presentation was delivered by Professor Lesley McAra, Chair of Penology at the University of Edinburgh, at the ‘Living It: Children, young people and justice’

No Offence to ‘Neds’: Exploring public perceptions and media reporting of young people involved in offending

This presentation was delivered by Nina Vaswani, Research Fellow, at the ‘No Offence to ‘Neds’: Exploring public perceptions and media reporting of young people involved in

I can see them being kids: an evaluation of the ‘Referral Process’ of Youth Advantage Outreach

Youth Advantage Outreach is a collaborative venture by the Army in Scotland and Police Scotland. The purpose is to provide an adventurous and challenging course

A picture of loss

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

Legal doesn’t mean safe: Clinical Experience of NPS

Dr Richard Stevenson, Emergency Medical Consultant at the Western Infirmary, delivered this presentation at the ‘Legal doesn’t mean safe: new drugs, new challenges’ conference on

Child Trafficking Conference – Catriona MacSween, Scottish Guardianship Service

Catriona MacSween on ‘Child Trafficking of Separated Children in Scotland – A Perspective from the front line: Scottish Guardianship Service’. This was delivered at the ‘Child

Child Trafficking Conference – Kirsty Thomson, Head of Women’s and Young Person’s Department, Legal Services Agency

Kirsty Thomson on ‘Child Victims of Trafficking: The Legal Framework’ at the ‘Child Trafficking: A Scottish Perspective’ on October 29.

Child Trafficking Conference – Philip Ishola, CEO Counter Human Trafficking Bureau

Philip Ishola discusses ‘Human Trafficking: Global – National – Local’ at the ‘Child Trafficking: A Scottish Perspective’ conference on October 29, 2014.

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