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An inspection of the contribution the criminal justice agencies in Northern Ireland make to preventing children and young people from entering the criminal justice system.
 
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This abstract details a report completed by Lancaster University and Manchester Metropolitan University on the pilot phase of Clear Approach.

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This prospectus aims to support local authorities and partner agencies in moving towards full local ownership of the commissioning and delivery of specialist evidence-based interventions.

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Nacro, the largest crime reduction charity in the UK, has published a guide for practitioners working with looked after children.  This essential guide examines some of the key issues in relation to looked after children and the prevention of offending.

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This Order replaced the criminal justice provisions in the Children and Young Persons Act (Northern Ireland) 1968.

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These rules revoke the Training School Rules (Northern Ireland) 1952.  They substantially re-enact the provisions in those rules for the management of juvenile justice centres and for the reception, education, training, control and welfare of children who are remanded or given detention in a juvenile justice centre.

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These Rules, which came into operation on 12 November 2008, revoke the Juvenile Justice Centre Rules (Northern Ireland) 1999 and make provision for the management and discipline of juvenile justice centres.

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Section 15 of the Children and Young Persons Act 2008 inserted a new section 23ZA into the 1989 Act, imposing a duty on the local authority to visit children who cease to be looked after as a result of being remanded or sentenced to custody and are not eligible for leaving care support. This document provides guidance, primarily addressed to local authorities and their staff in England, about their functions under Part 3 of the Children Act 1989.

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This statutory guidance relates to the implementation of the Care Planning, Placement and Case Review (England) Regulations 2010 to looked after children involved with youth justice services. It is a supplement to Volume 2 of the Children Act 1989 Guidance and Regulations.

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This joint letter from the Home Secretary and the Education Secretary requests local authorities to work with their police service to: accommodate children charged with an offence and denied bail, avoid children being detained in police stations pending appearance at court, be prepared to extend this procedure. to 17-year-olds from October 2015.

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Recent media coverage and political commentary about young people, crime and anti-social behaviour has generated significant and often ill-informed debate. It is anticipated that policing and criminal justice matters, including youth justice, will be devolved to the Northern Ireland Assembly and it is vital that organisations working closely with children and young people in conflict with the law contribute to the development of appropriate policies and practices including prevention and diversion from offending and the criminal justice system. To that end, Include Youth has developed a Manifesto for Youth Justice in Northern Ireland.
 

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Children who spend time in care are more likely to have an official record of offending behaviour than the general population. However, there is a lack of longitudinal research on the timing, severity, and volume of offending in relation to time spent in and out of care. Furthermore, differences in patterns of offending by identifiable groups in care are rarely a focus of research. This study is both longitudinal and identifies 8 groups within the care population with different volumes of recorded offending.

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This paper considers some of the issues facing children who have been in care who come into contact with the criminal justice system. There is a particular focus on some of the system-level failures such as unnecessary criminalisation in care homes, and failures to identify and therefore adequately support those in prison custody who have previously been in care.

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A four nations comparison of policy and practice across the United Kingdom.

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This multi-agency round table discussion details a seminar which addressed the issues and challenges for care leavers and looked after children at the point of their transition from care and through the criminal justice system.

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This abstract provides details of research into the needs of care leavers in the criminal justice system from a practitioner’s perspective as well as the persistence of problem (corporate) parenting.

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This piece of research was conducted by a research team in the University of East Anglia on behalf of TACT (The Adolescent and Children's Trust).

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