Reframing Crime and Justice – A Handy Guide

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Transform Justice have published Reframing Crime and Justice – A Handy Guide (January 2017), which is a guide based on research completed by the FrameWorks Institute on behalf of Transform Justice, the Criminal Justice Alliance, Clinks and the Standing Committee for Youth Justice.

The guide is about how to more effectively communicate about why children commit crime and how to reduce crime. Learn what people believe, and how to trigger some beliefs (in rehabilitation, in the importance of peer pressure) and avoid triggering others - such as a strong belief that children who commit crime are usually making a rational choice.

The guide and the full research report help all those who want to communicate publicly about their work and about the needs of children who offend.

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