New toolkit published: Using an identity lens: Constructive working with children in the criminal justice system 2020

By Jul.08, 2020

A new toolkit co-authored by Professor Neal Hazel and published by NACRO focuses on how an ‘identity lens’ can help criminal justice professionals and others to work with children in the Criminal Justice System. Research has shown that identity, and how you feel about yourself, can be key to moving forward with life and away from crime. Working with the University of Salford, Youth Offending Teams and supported by the Barrow Cadbury Trust, the toolkit has been developed to promote a constructive, identity-focused approach to ultimately help divert children away from progressing further through the criminal justice system. Using the principles of the Nacro-led Beyond Youth Custody programme, this toolkit outlines how these can be applied to working with children before custody to support them towards positive outcomes and prevent further offending.

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