Efforts to improve the way young offenders are dealt with are to be tested, with problem-solving courts set to be established across England.
The government is to strip the Youth Justice Board of most of its youth custody duties. Former chief John Drew says while there is merit to the plan, it raises concerns over resettlement work and ensuring a child focus.
Derren Hayes speaks to Ross Hendry, chief executive of charity Spurgeons.
Improving awareness of childhood trauma can help practitioners rehabilitate young offenders, says Nacro
Charlie Taylor's review calls for the creation of a system that better meets children's welfare and education needs. Experts analyse the merits of the recommendations and the initial government response to them.
Adam Offord talks to Junior Smart, founder, SOS Gangs Project, St Giles Trust.
Justice Secretary Liz Truss has, in recent weeks, made a sweeping range...
Authors: Katie Buston, Alison Parkes and Danny Wight, University of Glasgow....