We spoke to Aaron Brown (Research Associate for the Children & Young People’s Centre for Justice), Stephen McVey (Service Manager of Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership) and Sheriff Fleming about the Glasgow Youth Court.
A research study by the Centre for Justice Innovation and Staffordshire University has uncovered that women are at risk of being targeted by abusers in “chaotic, intimidating or unsafe” drug and alcohol treatment services
This research explores how the needs of women who use drugs and alcohol are currently being met through a qualitative research project focused on the West Midlands.
The second Family Drug and Alcohol Courts annual report pulls together key figures on the activity and impact of these courts over the last year.
We spoke to Dr Raven Bowen, CEO of National Ugly Mugs, about their work tackling violence against sex workers, and how well the justice system responds to people engaging in this type of work.
We spoke with Jane Marriott about how the service implements the evidence-based Family Drug and Alcohol model.
This literature review highlights the over-representation of children with Special Educational Needs and Disability in the youth justice system, with a focus on access and engagement of youth diversion schemes.
In 2021, Swindon had some of the highest youth custody rates in the country per head of population, this was 8-10 children in custody. In order to address this, the Swindon Youth Justice Service (YJS), led by Michael O’Connor, set out to shift their practice to align with the evidence base.
This toolkit outlines key steps required to set up an advice and support service.
Phil Bowen reflects on the Centre's multi-jurisdictional conference on problem-solving justice.