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Practice Examples

What can you find in the Practice Examples?

The majority of the submissions of examples of youth justice practice, that the YJB receive have not been evaluated. These submissions are therefore unable to objectively demonstrate their effectiveness and are not included on the Library of Effective Approaches. These submissions are placed in the ‘Practice Examples’ section of the YJ Resource Hub.

The examples in this section provide insight into how various aspects of youth justice practice is being implemented by different local partners. They are presented here in response to requests from practitioners delivering the programmes.

To search the Practice Examples, please use the search box or the ‘Browse by Topic’ tag cloud situated in the banner. The results will indicate what part of the Youth Justice Resource Hub the entry can be found on.

The interventions listed here are free unless otherwise mentioned. Where the submissions state that there are costs involved, these might cover anything from materials, equipment or room hire to purchasing an entire approach. Anyone interested in learning more about an intervention or associated costs should always approach the individual contact in the first instance for more details.

Making a submission

The YJB welcomes submission of youth justice-related practice. Our aim is to provide youth justice professionals with accessible, relevant and objective information about the range of practices and programmes in use across the youth justice system.

If you would like to make a submission to the Youth Justice Resource Hub we recommend that you start by reading our Standards of Evidence. You can then submit materials by completing the form and emailing it to us along with any supporting documentation or information. For further assistance please email: effectivepractice@yjb.gov.uk.

You do not need to specify which section of the Youth Justice Resource Hub your submission is for (e.g the Library of Effective Approaches, Practice Examples or Resources for Sharing). Once your submission has been processed we will ensure that it is placed in the appropriate section.

 

Please note: As outlined in our Terms of Use in submitting materials to the YJB you thereby:

  • Authorise us to make these materials available in what we believe to be the most appropriate site on the Hub in accordance with our classification standards
  • Confirm that if any of the material was originated by a third party you have their consent to submit it
  • Undertake to indemnify the YJB in respect of any claims made by a third party alleging breach of copyright or other intellectual property rights.

If a submission includes materials or information you would not wish to make freely available (for example, commercially-sensitive information, or resources for which there is normally a cost attached) please specify this or contact us via email for more information.

The YJB makes any materials available in good faith; however, if you believe you own the copyright in any of these documents, or in any content embedded within them, and do not consent to their being made available in this way, or if you object to their being made available on other grounds, please contact effectivepractice@yjb.gov.uk.

Age: 10-17 Sex: n/a Cost: yes     Aims: Designed predominantly for use by the Restorative Justice facilitators and their supervisor, but relevant to any/all situations in which face to face restorative processes are being planned. Ensuring that all relevant issues have been properly considered and addressed so that face to face restorative practice is as safe and effective as…
Age: 16+ Sex: n/a Cost:  yes     Aimed at: Restorative Thinking (Parenting without Conflict) has been developed to support parents (or adults with parental responsibilities) to understand some of their child’s challenging behaviour and some of the reasons for it. The sessions support parents to reflect and consider the impact of their current parenting style and develop new skills…
Age: 10-17 years Sex: n/a Cost: yes     Summary: Restorative Thinking – working with young people that have offended is a programme aimed at young people to support them to understand restorative justice (RJ) and restorative practice (RP), how to manage daily challenges and provides young people with skills to desist from further offending.     Aims: Support young…
 Sex: n/a  Age: 16+  Cost: Yes      Aimed at: Restorative Thinking (Parenting without Conflict) has been developed to support parents (or adults with parental responsibilities) to understand some of their child’s challenging behaviour and some of the reasons for it. The sessions support parents to reflect and consider the impact of their current parenting style and develop new skills…
Summary: Rights, Respect, Responsibility is a personal development programme, which is run in Bradford Youth Offending Team. Age: 10-17 Sex: n/a Cost: Yes     Aims: To help instil a sense of belonging amongst young people Support and encourage young people to be tolerant, increase mutual respect and community cohesion Support young people to understand their rights as a UK…
Age: 10-17 Cost:  yes Sex:  n/a   Aims: Support young people to learn various new skills and knowledge through a diverse programme Support young people to develop victim awareness and empathy Support and facilitate community re-integration of young people   Description: The Southampton Offending Behaviour Programme is flexible and allows young people to attend those sessions that are most appropriate…
Age : 10-17 Sex: n/a Cost: none   Aims: Promote better practical arrangements for Education, Training and Employment (ETE) and accommodation for custody leavers. Improve the resettlement experiences for young people leaving custody. Improve collaboration at an operational level between statutory and voluntary partners. Clarify joint working arrangements between partners in connection with young people leaving custody.   Description: The…
Age: 10-19 (dependent on service criteria) Sex: n/a Cost: Yes (of the speech and language therapists, who are usually commissioned through health or education)     Outcomes: To support young people to engage and successfully complete their voluntary and statutory court sentences. To provide young people with Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) long term strategies and tools to enable…
Age:  10-17 Sex:  n/a Cost:  yes   Aims: Reduced likelihood of reoffending and improved resettlement outcomes Improved engagement with interventions and better behaviour while serving sentence Description: At Barton Moss, there are processes in place to ensure that every young person is screened for Speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). Most staff have undertaken, as a minimum, awareness raising training…
Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: yes   Aims: To support parents to strengthen their monitoring skills To support parents to modifying self-modelling behaviours To support parents to improve listening and praising skills To support parents to improve their understanding around peer influences To encourage positive parent/young person interactions   Description: The STOP Parenting Support Programme was originally designed for parents…
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