Moving From ‘What we Know Works’ to ‘What we do in Practice’: An Evidence Overview of Implementation and Diffusion of Innovation in Transition to Adulthood for Care Experienced Young People – Child and Family Social Work Journal

Published: 02/04/2023

Summary Access to the Child and Family Social Work journal evidence review of implementation and diffusion of innovation in transitions to adulthood for care experienced young people. Description Child and Family Social Work Journal has published ‘Moving from ‘what we know works’ to ‘what we do in practice’: An evidence overview of implementation and diffusion…
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Transitional Safeguarding Academic Insight Paper – HM Inspectorate of Probation (March 2022)

Published: 24/02/2023

HM Inspectorate of Probation have published Transitional Safeguarding as part of their Academic Insights. The paper focuses on the concept of Transitional Safeguarding, which is described as ‘an approach to safeguarding adolescents and young adults fluidly across developmental stages, which builds on the best available evidence, learns from both children- and adult safeguarding practice, and…
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Joint National Protocol for Transitions in England – Youth Justice Board, Probation Service, and HM Prison and Probation Service (June 2021)

Published: 29/07/2021

Summary: Access the joint national protocol for young people transitioning from youth justice service to the probation service. Description: The joint national protocol for transitions in England is a protocol to support the planned and safe movement of young people from youth justice service to the probation service when they turn 18. The protocol identifies…
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Trauma-informed Practice, Contextualised Safeguarding and Transitional Safeguarding – The Innovate Project (updated April 2022)

Published: 10/12/2020

Summary: Link to the Innovate project, which looks at addressing extra-familial risk and harm including child sexual exploitation, criminal exploitation, peer-on-peer harm, gang affiliation, and serious youth violence.       Description: The Innovate Project is a four-year research study funded at £1.9million by the Economic and Social Research Council (one of the UK research councils),…
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