We conduct presentations and co-designed workshops at local, regional, and national events on a broad range of topics —from point-of-arrest diversion to problem-solving approaches and more. We are lucky enough to have met and worked with a variety of practitioners who are experts in their fields, so if we don’t know the answer, we can put you in touch with someone who does.
Toolkits and Resources
We have developed a number of toolkits and resources which aim to support practitioners’ work on the frontline. For example, we develop toolkits, such as our point-of-arrest youth diversion toolkit, which summarises the evidence and provides practical resources for practitioners, and which can be adapted to meet local need.
We offer hands-on assistance that includes help with needs assessments, process mapping, implementation planning and review for a range of projects. We draft and review program policies and manuals. In some cases, assistance may be available at no cost where we have specific grants to cover our work. We can also provide help on a fee-for-service basis.