KeyRing Living Support Networks are a service which works with vulnerable adults - they have developed a new e-Helpline specifically for people with Learning Disabilities in the criminal justice system. The e-Helpline is for everyone, including criminal justice staff, families, friends or support staff and people with learning disabilities. Keyring have posted some Frequently Asked Questions and Answers on their…
The Restorative Justice Council have published a guide for practitioners exploring black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) children’s access to, and experiences of, restorative justice. The guide is based on the findings from an eight-month research project "Restorative justice and black, Asian and minority ethnic children in the youth justice system (YJS)". The research was funded by Barrow Cadbury Trust…
Monday, 10 April 2017 08:17

Restorative Justice training

Training resources for restorative justice can be found on the Restorative Justice Council website. Further resources are also available on The Restorative Justice Council's YouTube page, here.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has launched a new online learning tool - Attachment difficulties in children and young people overview pathway.The tool aims to help education, health and social care professionals understand how the NICE children’s attachment guideline can be applied to support children and young people who may have attachment difficulties, their carers and…
International standards, and many national laws, recognise that children and young people have a right to express their views and to have their wishes and feelings reflected in decisions affecting them.Under the project 'Unlocking Children’s Rights', Coram International and partners from ten EU member-state countries, developed an innovative and free training resource that enables professionals and practitioners working with children…
Scottish Women’s Aid’s programme, Get Savi, active bystander programme for over 16s, has been running since 2010 - with the support of NUS Scotland Women's Campaign, LGBT Youth Scotland, Rape Crisis Scotland, White Ribbon Scotland and Zero Tolerance.   In 2014, Get Savi was selected as the bystander programme used in the University of Lincoln's cross campus bystander intervention campaign-…
Tuesday, 29 November 2016 14:33

The Youth Justice SEND Bubble

An online training programme called the Youth Justice SEND Bubble, is now available which aims to provide support to young people with special educational needs (SEN) who are in custody and also those at risk of offending. The programme aims to help them achieve better outcomes (well-being, education and employment) and substantially reduce their risk of offending or reoffending.  …
Thursday, 27 October 2016 10:23

AssetPlus

A wide range of AssetPlus resources and helpful information can be accessed through the Youth Justice Interactive Learning Space (YJILS).  This contains the following materials, as well as much more: AssetPlus Guidance (which includes information on YOGRS) Practice resources Training material Please note that on the YJ Resource Hub, you will find information relevant to AssetPlus, which we are able…
Thursday, 22 September 2016 09:09

Free Evaluation Support

Project Oracle is working with The Mayor's Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC) to offer a programme of free evaluation support for organisations working to reduce youth re-offending, or help young people exit gangs.
Wednesday, 21 September 2016 14:19

Exploring Youth Justice

Exploring Youth Justice is a free course designed to give an overview of the policy and practice context for working in the youth justice system in England and Wales. This course is mandatory for Referral Order Panel members as part of their induction training. It is also relevant for anyone who is interested in youth justice and wants a broad…
Page 1 of 2