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The Future 4 Me project supports young people making the transition from care or custody.

How course reduces risk of offending behaviour

By Emily Rogers |

17 March 2015

Project improves outcomes for 14- to 25-year-olds with learning or communication difficulties involved in or at risk of offending.

Inspired by a US initiative, a community project is tackling violence by young people.

How young people get help to tackle life events

By Emily Rogers |

14 October 2014

Project aims to bridge a gap in support and help young offenders, care leavers and young carers through crucial phases in their lives.

Project improves attitudes among young people and reduces the likelihood of them getting involved in crime.

Compass points young people away from risk

By Jo Stephenson |

10 June 2014

Compass's Aspire scheme intervenes early to prevent young people's risky behaviour becoming a greater problem.

How cleaning graffiti keeps teens clear of crime

By Jo Stephenson |

02 April 2014

Young offenders in Halton have turned a punishment to clean up graffiti into a viable service.

Case name SA v BN (contact order) Case number [2013] EWHC 4417 (Fam)

Sports programme leads to drop in antisocial behaviour and offending among participants.

Fathers' group steers boys away from a life of gangs

By Laura McCardle |

29 October 2013

When his 16-year-old son was killed in a gang-related attack in May 2009, James Gregory wanted to take positive action to support young people living in deprived areas of Manchester to steer clear of crime.