Crime and Justice Research
The Edinburgh Study of Youth Transitions and Crime is a programme of research that aims to address a range of fundamental questions about the causes of criminal and risky behaviours in young people.
The core of the programme is a major longitudinal study of a single cohort of around 4,000 young people who started secondary school in Edinburgh in the autumn of 1998.
Fact sheet on what works for vulnerable girls and young women in Scotland.
Fact sheet that makes the case for a practice that can benefit the person harmed by an offence, the person responsible and those residing in affected communities.
Guidance for professionals in residential care to build and maintain the relationships with young people and their families which can meet their needs for safety and security and contribute to achieving desired outcomes.
Factsheet that discussses the issue that adults and young people with learning and communication difficulties are over represented in prisons and the secure estate.
Guidance on attending a children's hearing regarding young people at risk of secure accommodation.
Describes what is required of professionals undertaking assessments with young people who offend.
Fact sheet that examines violence and a typology for practice.
Action points for social workers when a young person is sentenced to custody.
Consultation that follows on from a series of reports which highlighted serious shortcomings in the existing system for delivering offender services in the community. It focuses on services for people aged 16 and over who are dealt with under the Criminal Proceedings (Scotland) Act 1995.