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Mindfulness-Based Interventions for Young Offenders

Qualitative studies reported participants feeling less stressed, better able to concentrate, manage
emotions and behaviour, improved social skills and that the interventions were acceptable to young offenders.

Prison

Too many children unsafe in custody

Annual inspectors’ report reveals children in custody are locked up for too long, often feel unsafe and are frequently victimised.

Criminal Justice

Why are there fewer young offenders?

Analysis of the sudden rise and then sustained fall in young offenders entering the justice system find that policing policy is the main influencing factor.

Criminal Justice

Further links between care and youth offending

Ministry of Justice analysis of family court data shows the links between care and youth offending, particularly for girls & recommends a preventative approach.

On Probation

Effective resettlement for young offenders

Valuable report from Beyond Youth Custody rounds up the key learning about young people’s desistance from 16 projects taking place over the last 5 years.

Criminal Justice

Supporting youth diversion

Excellent resource from the Centre for Justice Innovation helps youth justice practitioners make the practice and financial case for youth diversion schemes.

Criminal Justice

Social media and youth violence

Report from Catch 22 investigates how social media can act as a catalyst and trigger for youth violence.

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