pdf RESILIENCE | Looked after children and offending: Reducing risk and promoting resilience, TACT, 2012

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TACT 12 Looked After Children and Offending Reducing Risk Promoting Resilience Full Report.pdf

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).

document REVIEW | In care, Out of Trouble - Impact report ABSTRACT, The Prison Reform Trust, January 2017

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PRT 17 In care Out of trouble Impact report ABSTRACT JAN 17.docx

This abstract provides details of a report which outlines Lord Laming’s wide ranging recommendations for action to be taken in order to make good practice standard practice everywhere. In addition it includes an account of progress made since publication.

document REVIEW | In care, Out of Trouble - Progress update ABSTRACT, The Prison Reform Trust, May 2017

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PRT 17 In care Out of trouble Progress update ABSTRACT MAY 2017.docx

This document provides details of an update on progress since December 2016 towards implementing the recommendations of Lord Laming's review. It follows the impact report published in January 2017.

document REVIEW | In care, Out of Trouble ABSTRACT, The Prison Reform Trust, 2016

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PRT 16 In care Out of trouble ABSTRACT 2016.docx

This abstract provides details of an independent review chaired by Lord Laming on behalf of the Prison Reform Trust. It examines how the life chances of children in care can be transformed by protecting them from unnecessary involvement in the criminal justice system.

pdf REVIEW | The care of looked after children in custody: A short thematic review, HM Inspectorate of Prisons, May 2011

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HMIP 11 The care of looked after children in custody A short thematic review MAY 11.pdf

This report looks at how well young offender instititutions work jointly with local authorities and youth offending services to ensure the needs of looked after children are met during their time in custody and in preparation for release.

pdf REVIEW | Youth Justice, Volume 1, House of Commons Justice Committee, 2013

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HOC 13 Youth Justice 7th report of session 2012-13 Vol 1 14 Mar 13.pdf

The Youth Justice System is currently failing children in care and care leavers and there should be more effort to prevent the unnecessary criminalisation of these vulnerable young people the Justice Committee has concluded. Evidence was submitted by the Care Leavers' Association.

Publication date: 14 March 2013

pdf REVIEW | Youth Justice, Volume 2, House of Commons Justice Committee, 2013

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HOC 13 Youth Justice 7th report of session 2012-13 Vol 2 14 Mar 13.pdf

The Youth Justice System is currently failing children in care and care leavers and there should be more effort to prevent the unnecessary criminalisation of these vulnerable young people, the Justice Committee has concluded.  Evidence was submitted by the Care Leavers' Association.

Publication date: 14 March 2013

document RIGHTS | In our care: Promoting the rights of children in custody, Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, 2002

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NIHRC 02 Abstract In Our Care MAR 02.docx

document RIGHTS | Still in our care: Protecting children's rights in custody in Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, 2006

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NIHRC 06 Abstract Still In Our Care SEP 06.docx

pdf RIGHTS | Young Lives Behind Bars: The health and human rights of children and young people detained in the criminal justice system ABSTRACT, British Medical Association, November 2014

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BMA 14 Young Lives Behind Bars ABSTRACT 2014.pdf

This abstract details a report from the BMA’s ethics department which highlights that although the origins of offending behaviour are complex, many of the children and young people in detention represent a failure by the individuals and agencies whose job it is to care for and support them.

document SOLITARY CONFINEMENT | Isolation and solitary confinement of children in the English Youth Justice Secure Estate ABSTRACT, Office of the Children's Commissioner, September 2015

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OCC 15 Isolation & solitary confinement ABSTRACT SEP 15.docx

This abstract provides details of a report into childrens' experience of isolation and solitary confinement in the English Youth Justice Secure Estate.

document SOLITARY CONFINEMENT | Unlocking Potential ABSTRACT, Office of the Children's Commissioner, September 2015

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OCC 15 Unlocking Potential ABSTRACT SEP 15.docx

This abstract provides details of a discussion paper based on the research report Isolation and Solitary Confinement of Children in the English Youth Justice Secure Estate.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLES' VIEWS | Nothing has convinced me to stop: Young people's perceptions and experiences of persistent offending, Who Cares? Scotland, 2008

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WCS 08 Nothing has convinced me to stop DEC 08.pdf

This consultation explored the views and experiences of young people living in residential care (including secure and young offender institutions) on how and why they became persistent offenders, including what caused their offending behaviour to escalate and what helped them to reduce or indeed to stop offending.