A Conservative manifesto pledge to tackle the disproportionate use of force against Black, Asian and ethnic minority (BAME) young offenders has been welcomed by youth justice campaigners.
Blackburn Magistrates' Court is one of the first to try a problem-solving approach to work with young offenders in an effort to improve their wellbeing and cut reoffending rates. Jo Stephenson investigates.
Ofsted inspections of school-based early years provision reveals a picture of quality services delivered by highly qualified staff, skilled in helping to prepare children for their transition to primary school.
Analysis of voluntary sector projects shows successful approaches to helping young people leave custody.
A Mac-UK scheme could point the way for supporting young offenders with mental health problems.
Derren Hayes speaks to Ross Hendry, chief executive of charity Spurgeons.
Justice Secretary Liz Truss has, in recent weeks, made a sweeping range...
Authors: Katie Buston, Alison Parkes and Danny Wight, University of Glasgow....