Research articles, reports and briefings

The materials in this section are from a variety of partners and organisations that have published articles, reports or briefings that are relevant to youth justice and can support embedding evidence in practice. 

 

If you are aware of further relevant articles, reports or briefings please let us know.  

Summary: Access to the evidenced based framework for effective resettlement created through the Beyond Youth Custody partnership.      Description:The Beyond Youth Custody partnership (led by Nacro along with three research and evaluation partners) built a robust evidence base about what works in terms of effective resettlement for children. During the partnership, which came to an end in 2018 they…
Summary: Link to a briefing around children’s experiences in youth court by the Centre for Justice Innovation.   The Centre for Justice Innovation have published young people’s voices on youth court briefing, which explores the experiences of the children in youth courts in their own words.
Summary: HM Inspectorate of Probation and HM Inspectorate of Prisons completed a join inspection examining the operational work by staff in Youth Offender Institutes in relation to youth resettlement.      Description: In 2019, HM Inspectorate of Probation and HM Inspectorate of Prisons published a join inspection youth resettlement work.  The inspection examines the operational work by staff in young…
Summary: Link to the thematic review by HM Inspectorate of Prisons concerning outcomes for young adults (18-25 year olds) in custody.   Description: Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons undertook Outcomes for young adults in custody: A thematic review to make sure that the needs of young adults are met within prisons and that they are being helped to move away from…
Summary: Link to the interim report, following completion of phase one of active Feltham pilot programme in Feltham Youth Offenders Institute.     Description: In October 2019, Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) began a pilot of Activate Feltham. The pilot ran for 3 months at Feltham Young Offenders Institute on Feltham A (15-17 year old boys). They have published the active…
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