Protocols and policies with partners

This section contains a wide range of working practices, policies and resources such as protocols between youth justice services and partners.

 

The aim of this section is to support positive working arrangements between partners to support positive outcomes for children, families, victims and the wider community.

 

If you would like to submit a working practice or resources that supports positive partnership work between youth justice services and partners to the Youth Justice Resource Hub, please complete the submission form.

Summary:  Link to the Howard League for Penal Reform guide around working effectively with Black children for lawyers.      Description: The Howard League for Penal Reform have published Making Black lives matter in the criminal justice system - A guide for antiracist lawyers. The guide aims to help practitioners to educate themselves; ask the right questions; gather the right…
Summary: Derby City youth offending service have shared their process for running scrutiny panels for child that have received a custodial sentence or are at the cusp of entering.      Description:Derby City youth offending service have shared their custody scrutiny panel process. The panel is multi-agency and made up of specialist workers and stakeholders. The aim of the panel…
Summary: Link to the Concordat on children in custody and an interview with Just for Law Kids which looks at key requirements of the Concordat and how it works in practice.   The Concordat on Children in Custody protocol is in place to improve understanding of the statutory duties of local authorities and police when detaining children overnight after they have been…
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