YOT Talk: Examining the Communicative Influences on Children’s Engagement with Youth Justice Assessment Processes Paper – European Journal of Criminology (March 2021) Featured

Summary: Attached is the the article, full report and toolkit YOT talk: examining the communicative influences on children’s engagement with youth justice assessment processes paper that considers the evidence base analysis of communication influences on children’s engagement in the YJS.

 

 

Description:
Stephen Case, Nuria Lorenzo-Dus, Ralph Morton have published YOT Talk: Examining the communicative influences on children’s engagement with youth justice assessment processes article.

The article presents an evidence-based analysis of the communicative influences on children’s engagement in the Youth Justice System of England and Wales. This might help those working directly in the youth justice system.

Attached below are also:

  • Full version of the child first evidence-based report (summary version linked above)
  • ‘YOT Talk’ toolkit extended version (with supporting information) – The toolkit outlines the key communication features that affect engagement in assessment interviews, the challenges that practitioners and children face, and the ways that these challenges can be addressed;