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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. 

We hope that this provides a place for you to directly help others, and that sharing documents might help in sharing practice. 

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Age: 10-17 Sex: n/a Cost: no     Aims: Young people to gain a better understanding of the impacts of offending on themselves and others. Increase awareness around the justice system, looking at its purpose, the different disposals and terms used. Highlight and explore the legal and social consequences of offending behaviour.     Description: Darlington YOT use this intervention…
Summary: Panel observation feedback for volunteers, developed by Doncaster YOS. Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: none     Aim: To ensure quality and consistent practice is delivered by YOS and Volunteers during Referral Order Panel Meetings As a method of supporting and ensuring volunteer development     Description:Doncaster Youth Offending Service have created and implemented a panel observation template. The…
Age: 8-18 Sex: n/a Cost: none   Aims: To inform the level and type of intervention that can be offered to parents/carers. To assess the parent/carer to ascertain their experiences of being parented as a child/adolescent and how this; along with their culture and current experiences as an adult impacts, on their parenting.     Description: This is a comprehensive…
Summary: Example of a Referral Order Contract from Bristol Youth Offending Team. Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: n/a   Aim: Ensure that young people and their parents/carers are able to access the contract     Description:Attached is a copy of the updated contract that Bristol YOT have created. During the panel the contract is created with the young person and…
Summary: Example of a Referral Order Contract from Southwark Youth Offending Service Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: n/a   Aims: Ensure that young people and their parents/carers are able to access the contract     Description:Attached is a copy of the updated contract that Southwark YOT have created. The contract has the following sections, which should be used to support…
  Age:  10-17 Sex:  n/a Cost:  no     Aim: To demonstrate an ongoing evaluation and review of training delivery, and content which informs further planning for any subsequent courses.   Description: To make sure an ongoing evaluation of training delivery and content, a four-stage training development model is used. Stage one requires a training needs analysis to be conducted…
Summary: Sheffield council wide response to working effectively with children and families from the Roma Slovak community Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: n/a   Since 2006, Sheffield City Council saw an increase in migration from the Roma Slovak community, which over the last few years has increased. It was recognised that services in Sheffield City Council where underequipped to work…
Summary: Community Panel Member training and Panels with young people who have committed sexual harmful behaviour type offences as practiced in Bristol Youth Offending Team. Age: n/a Sex: n/a Cost: n/a   Aims: Support Community Panel Members Ensure high quality of work from Community Panel Members   Description: In order to ensure that young people that have committed sexual harmful…
Age: 14-17 Sex:  N/A Cost:  None   Aims: Establish continuity of care to young people on release from YOI Provide information on local key health and wellbeing services Improve healthcare outcomes for young people Aid resettlement process   Description: Socrates 360 is an app and webpage that has been designed to help young people take control of their health and…
Age: 10-17 Sex: n/a Cost: n/a     Aims: To provide a better understanding of how speech language and communication needs (SLCN), are identified by YOTs and what services they provide, in-house or through mainstream provision.     Description: A review of practice in YOTs in Wales relating to the screening of speech language and communication needs (SLCN), how identified…
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