Why Don’t We Listen? Parents of high-level offenders asked for help before their child’s first offence

Why Don’t We Listen? Parents of high-level offenders asked for help before their child’s first offence

Why Don’t We Listen? Parents of high-level offenders asked for help before their child’s first offence. This paper draws on research that looked at parenting interventions as a form of crime prevention. It involved a case-study of over 140 families and questionnaires with parents attending a Youth Offending Team and parents attending a voluntary parenting group. The paper considers how professionals can support families earlier and more effectively. This paper is sourced from the Backstop Support Ltd. blog as the original publishers of the work.The full article is available below.

 

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