‘Managing Negative Feelings and The Stories We Tell Ourselves’ Intervention Workbook – Oxfordshire Youth Justice and Exploitation Service (January 2023)

Published: 16/02/2023

Summary Oxfordshire Youth Justice and Exploitation Service have shared their managing negative feelings and the stories we tell ourselves intervention workbook to use with children to develop emotional literacy and develop emotion and impulse management skills. Description Oxfordshire Youth Justice and Exploitation Service have shared their Managing Negative Feelings and The Stories We Tell Ourselves…
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Weapons Intervention Toolkit – Oxfordshire Youth Justice and Exploitation Service (Updated December 2022)

Published: 23/01/2023

Summary: Oxfordshire Youth Justice and Exploitation Service have shared their weapons awareness toolkit aimed at supporting children to better understand the reasons behind why some young people carry weapons and learn positive social and relational skills to manage their personal safety and risk in the community.
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Contextualised Peer Group Assessment Summary – East Sussex Youth Offending Team (November 2020)

Published: 13/09/2021

Description During the COVID lockdown between March to July 2020, Children- Services and Sussex Police saw an increase and changes within the risk presentation of those children victim to criminal exploitation in the Hastings area. Changes included increased and extended missing episodes out of county; offending relating to drug supply and possession of weapons; and…
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Child Criminal Exploitation in the South East of England: Family Experiences and Professional Responses – University of Sussex (June 2020)

Published: 07/09/2021

Summary A study completed by the University of Sussex concerning child criminal exploitation in the South East of England.  Description The limited body of research on Child Criminal Exploitation has been primarily focused on the phenomena as it has unfolded within cities and other large urban areas. Much less is known about the experiences of…
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