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Resources For Sharing

This is your area for content submitted by you, for you and others working in the youth justice community. These are resources you feel could be useful to other professionals working in the area or things you would like to have known about before you worked on a task for the first time. These might include documents, templates or other tools and resources that you have developed to help you with your local processes or when working with young people or other organisations. 

Through collecting and disseminating such resources this section of the Resource Hub will be a knowledge bank of experience which often does not get shared as widely as any of us would like.  We hope that this provides a place for you to directly help others, and that sharing documents might help in sharing practice.  The section is fully searchable using the ‘Search the YJ Resource Hub’ function at the top of the page.

If you would like to make a submission to the Youth Justice Resource Hub you can 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.gsi.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.

 

Age: 10-17 Sex: n/a Cost: none     Aims: To support YOT managers who have responsibility for commissioning their appropriate adult scheme For YOT managers to have an understanding of the models that are available when commissioning their appropriate adult services To provide YOTs with an understanding of the key elements for each of the models and factors to take…
Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: none     Aims: To improve the quality of assessment and planning To improve how safety and wellbeing factors are both identified and managed To improve how risk (all domains) factors are both identified, assessed and managed To improve and evidence effective management oversight     Description: This is a tool for use by managers…
The AssetPlus Newsletters (below) are project updates for local Change Leads and Technical Change Leads supporting the implementation of AssetPlus.   Issue 35   February 2017 Issue 34   November 2016 Issue 33   October 2016 Issue 32   September 2016 Issue 31   August 2016 Issue 30   June 2016 Issue 29   May 2016 Issue 28   March 2016 Issue 27   February 2016 Issue 26   December…
 Age: 10-17  Sex: n/a  Cost: n/a     Aim: Support managers to complete quality assurance of AssetPlus     Description:The quality assurance crib sheet should be used as a support for managers when quality assuring AssetPlus. As this is a crib sheet is should be read in conjunction with the AssetPlus Quality Assurance Tool (Please note that you can only…
Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: none     Aims: To improve the quality of assessment and planning To improve how safety and wellbeing factors are both identified and managed To improve how risk (all domains) factors are both identified and managed     Description: This is a quality assurance tool for AssetPlus. It can be used by the practitioner to…
Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: none     Aims: To improve the quality of assessments undertaken as part of the Referral Order process To improve the quality of Referral Order reports To improve and evidence effective management oversight     Description: This is a tool for use by managers in the quality assurance of referral order reports based upon the…
Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: none     Aims: Align Referral Panel procedures with Assetplus information and planning Ensure that panel members are given sufficient and concise information to agree a contract which is aligned with the My Intervention Plan   Description: The report template uses AssetPlus framework references to capture information and analysis and present it to panel members,…
This protocol provided by Barnet Children's Services sets out the process for providing an immediate and proportional operational response to a serious incident involving a young person who is either a victim or perpetrator of gang activity. The process requires a review of the initial action plan after 5 working days and before transition into business as usual.
Age: 10-17 Sex: n/a Cost: none     Aim: Support young people that have committed an offence of cruelty to animal/s to increase their knowledge and understanding around the harm caused   Description:Breaking the Chain is a resource (created in partnership with YOTs) which has been designed to be used with young people who are at risk of committing, or…
Age: 10-17 Sex: male Cost: none     Aims: Provide practitioners an insight into some of the challenges faced by young fathers Support services to look at some of their own ways of working to ensure that they are inclusive to young fathers   Description:The primary focus for this piece of work has been to challenge organisational cultures and working…
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