Managing staff

This area contains information about working with staff members such as policies, procedures and ways of working that support positive working relationships and development.

Summary:  The supervision policy and template used in Camden YJS with case managers.     Aims: Ensure consistent policy and process for supervision of case managers. Discuss diversity issues for each children on their case load, with a focus on disproportionality.     Description: Camden YJS have provided the supervision template and policy for managers to use with case managers.…
Summary: A supervision policy for Youth Justice Service staff     Aims: To improve relationships between supervisors and supervisees To improve outcomes for service users     Description: Buckinghamshire Youth Justice Service have developed a supervision policy that is based on ‘Critical Reflection’, which was advocated in the Munro Report as achieving best outcomes for service users. Staff members are…
Summary: A framework to aid supervisors in supporting restorative justice practitioners     Aims: Ensure that there is a specific process in place to support restorative justice practitioners Ensure that there is a specific process in place to support staff that undertake restorative practices such as conferences on an occasional basis     Description:Warwickshire Youth Justice Service has developed a…
Summary: The Youth Justice and Family Intervention Service in Tower Hamlets has adopted a model of reflective group supervision aiming to create space to develop systemic understanding of complex Youth Justice Service cases.     Description:The Youth Justice and Family Intervention Service in Tower Hamlets (YJFIS) has adopted a model of reflective group supervision. The model is based on systemic…