Beyond Youth Custody


New guide for practitioners sets out how young people can be helped to cope with release from custody

22 August 2016 | Theme:

Beyond Youth Custody’s new practitioner’s guide is about the way that young people experience the transition back into the community

The importance of unlocking family support to help young people leaving custody

19 July 2016 | Theme:

Beyond Youth Custody’s (BYC) new resources – ‘The role of family support in resettlement: a practitioner’s guide’ and ‘The role of family support in resettlement: a policy briefing’ – explore the important role that families can play in supporting young people who are released from custody

News from Beyond Youth Custody – April 2016

11 April 2016

Read BYC’s April newsletter that updates on recent work, publications and events and highlights opportunities to get involved in the future

Latest lessons in the resettlement of young people

22 March 2016

Beyond Youth Custody has today published the most recent in a series of regular updates intended to outline the latest lessons from research, policy and practice in the resettlement of young people

New briefings explore measuring ‘effectiveness’ in resettlement of young people

15 March 2016

Two complementary briefings from Beyond Youth Custody focus on measuring effectiveness specifically for stakeholders involved in the resettlement of young people

Hearing from the experts – giving young people a voice in the Review of Youth Justice

11 March 2016

Last week Nacro, in partnership with Peer Power and Clinks, held two consultation events to hear the voices of young people and feed their views into Charlie Taylor’s Review of Youth Justice

The Journey of the Child – headlines from the Youth Justice Convention 2015

7 December 2015

Beyond Youth Custody’s write-up of this year’s annual Youth Justice Convention

Recognising and responding to diversity is key to effective resettlement

19 November 2015 | Theme:

Understanding young people and responding to individual needs is essential to engaging effectively in resettlement after a period in custody, according to two new guides published today by Beyond Youth Custody

The costs of youth justice

20 October 2015

Last week saw the joint National Association for Youth Justice (NAYJ) and Association of Youth Offending Team Managers (AYM) conference on ‘The costs of youth justice’ in Liverpool.

Education, work and families essential to reduce reoffending – messages from the Conservative Party Conference

9 October 2015

Nacro and Beyond Youth Custody held a round table event, ‘Throw away the key? Ending the cycle of reoffending’, at the Conservative Party Conference.


Resettlement of young offenders: informing practice, improving outcomes