The Research Community

There are clear benefits to strengthening any research community:  time and cost savings; developing, passing on and building on knowledge; and making connections with other researchers doing similar work.

This part of the Resource Hub will provide a space for researchers working in youth justice to publicise the work they are doing and make connections with others. In doing so our aim is that it will be a useful resource for all professionals, by providing information, raising awareness and facilitating networks. This section of the Resource Hub will contain information on the following:

  • Completed research findings from research originally presented on the Resource Hub's Youth Justice Research Map.
  • Published research from anyone who might want to highlight their findings to professionals working in the youth justice field.
  • Information about upcoming courses or seminars that you feel may be of interest to professionals working in youth justice.
  • Details of funding which you are aware of and would like to publicise, or invite colleagues to apply for.
  • Requests for help and support on matters related to research and evaluation.
  • Any information to raise awareness of research or evaluation you may be undertaking.

If you would us to publicise any information on this section of the Resource Hub please get in touch with us using the Contact Us section of the site.

Currently, there are gap in knowledge about the context of convicted young people’s youth justice journey making and its treatment. Youth justice orders can break…
Currently the use of technology in the field of youth justice is mostly limited to various forms of electronic tagging and data management systems in…
This doctoral research addresses the relationship between the sport of boxing and men’s desistance from violent crime. It examines how men make sense of violence…
The Whole-System Approach (WSA) is an evidence-informed youth justice strategy for children and young people who offend introduced nationally in Scotland in 2011, following a…
The From Boys to Men Project was funded by the ESRC to explore why some boys become domestic abuse perpetrators when others do not. In…
HMI Probation (2011) found that that not enough attention has been given to the planning, delivery, and evaluation of interventions that tackle offending behaviour suggesting…
This project addresses school behaviour management practices in mainstream and alternative provision school in both the UK and the US. Exclusionary and inclusionary practices in…
Young people with communication difficulties face problems engaging with Youth Justice Services. This study set out to examine how the speech language and communication needs…
Description   This research consists primarily of an on-line questionnaire directed to all case holding staff in YOTs in England and Wales, designed to address…
Description This research involves an online questionnaire directed to any youth justice professionals to understand their views and/or perceptions of youth restorative justice. The survey…
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