In this new blog series, we provide the answers to the questions most frequently asked about in Youth Justice.
The Centre responds to the Government’s new ten year drug strategy, which set out plans to build a ‘world-class drug and alcohol treatment and recovery system’.
We spoke to Angela Clarke, Deputy Programme Director at the Centre for Family Safeguarding Practice, about the Family Safeguarding model, first developed in Hertfordshire.
We are delighted to announce the winners of this year’s Justice Innovation Awards.
We spoke with Millie Garrod, a Higher Analyst at the Strategic, Evaluation and Analysis Team (SEAT) within Suffolk and Norfolk constabulary.
We spoke to Rachel Lawson, Violence Reduction Unit Coordinator with Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner and Robert Bosson, Northumbria Police Chief Inspector (Prosecution & Victim Services), about the various diversion pathways which have been created.
Allison King, Criminal Justice Sergeant Gatekeeper at Northumbria Police, told us about the establishment of their TREAD team and the outcomes it seeks to achieve.
We spoke to Neil Platt, Project Lead and Clinical Director at Beacon Counselling Trust (BCT) and Brian Faint, former Senior Investigation Manager at Cheshire Police and now BCT Programme Manager, on gambling related harms in criminal justice.
We spoke with Sarah Beresford, Prison Reform Trust Associate and Churchill Fellow, about piloting a new assessment framework for supporting children who have a mother in the criminal justice system.
We spoke to Supporting Families Employment Advisers, Vicki Williamson and Stephen Grattan, and Partnership Manager Jenny Stanton, about the Supporting Families service and their relationship with Stockport’s Family Drug and Alcohol Court.