Beyond Youth Custody

A national programme which examines and promotes best practice in the resettlement of young people and young adults leaving custody.

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Parliamentary Conference 2018: Embedding BYC’s legacy

20 April 2018

On Monday 16 April 2018, BYC hosted a conference at Portcullis House in Parliament to celebrate the successes of the six years of the programme and to consider how BYC’s research on effective resettlement can be adopted by various services across social work, justice, health and housing to improve outcomes for young people.

Working together to make Beyond Youth Custody’s research count

28 March 2018 | Tagged with the theme:

On Thursday 22 March 2018, BYC co-hosted a conference in London on the improvement of policy and practice in the effective resettlement of young people, in partnership with Making Research Count at the University of Bedfordshire and King’s College London.

“Young people should be involved right from the beginning” – Meaningful participation in youth justice services

8 March 2018

On 27 February, Beyond Youth Custody and the Clinks Service User Network brought together staff and young experts from Peer Power and Everton in the Community – along with a diverse range of stakeholders for an effective practice sharing workshop on involving young people in justice services.

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Constructive approaches – putting children first in the Youth Justice System

Nov
22
2017
Sean Creaney and Stephen Case
Lecturers at Edge Hill University and Loughborough University

Sean Creaney and Stephen Case write about constructive approaches to youth justice.

Five steps to good resettlement

May
16
2017
Pippa Goodfellow
Beyond Youth Custody programme manager

For a recent piece in Children and Young People Now, Pippa talks about five key ways the voluntary sector is helping the resettlement of young people.

Childhood trauma and offending

Jan
19
2017
Pippa Goodfellow
Beyond Youth Custody programme manager

For a recent piece in Children and Young People Now, Pippa talks about how improving awareness of childhood trauma can help youth justice practitioners rehabilitate young offenders

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Resettlement of young offenders: informing practice, improving outcomes