Beyond Youth Custody

Theme: Transition to community

‘Now all I care about is my Future’ – supporting the shift: a summary

20 November 2017 | Publications

This summary report proposes a theory of change for the effective resettlement of young people leaving custody.

‘Now all I care about is my future’ – supporting the shift: research report

20 November 2017 | Publications

This report proposes a theory of change for the effective resettlement of young people leaving custody.

Adisa

22 August 2016 | Case studies

Adisa found it difficult to adjust to life outside after he was sentenced to custody when he was 16

Custody to community: supporting young people to cope with release: a practitioner’s guide

22 August 2016 | Publications

This practitioner’s guide is about the way that young people experience the transition from custody back into the community

Daniel

22 August 2016 | Case studies

Daniel had served a number of previous prison sentences. He talks about dealing with ‘freedom’

James

22 August 2016 | Case studies

James’s project worker met him on his day of release to ease his anxieties about being in unfamiliar places and using public transport

Michael

22 August 2016 | Case studies

Michael spent his 21st birthday on remand in prison. After being released straight from court, it took him some time to get used to a different routine

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

22 August 2016 | Posts

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

Custody to community: how young people cope with release: research report

17 February 2015 | Publications

This report identifies a gap in knowledge about the way young people experience the transition from custody back into the community.

Excited and scared at the same time

17 February 2015 | Blog

As part of our research into how young people cope with the transition from being released from custody to community, we heard from Young Advisors from the U R Boss Project.

It can feel like you are being set up to fail

17 February 2015 | Blog

As part of our research into how young people cope with the transition from being released from custody to community, we heard from Young Advisors from the U R Boss Project.

Are young people being “set up to fail” on release from custody?

17 February 2015 | Posts

Beyond Youth Custody research released today says young people do not feel prepared for release and lack the support they need to cope with the transition back into the community.

Jake

26 November 2014 | Case studies

Would Jake fall back on his previous bad ways while living in a hostel?

Simon

26 November 2014 | Case studies

“The first two weeks is the test. [It] proves whether someone is going to re-offend or not.”

Kayleigh

26 November 2014 | Case studies

How Kayleigh overcame her uncomfortable feelings after being released from custody

Themes


Resettlement of young offenders: informing practice, improving outcomes