October is Youth Justice Action Month (YJAM) in the U.S., an invigorating four weeks for advocates of juvenile justice reform. Given my own contributions to youth justice reform in both the Georgia and England, I have been following the discussions from across the Pond with much interest. While the pulse of the YJAM’s activities beats […] Read More
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October is Youth Justice Action Month in the US. It began as a single day of action in 2008 but in 2022 it was recognized by Presidential Proclamation to be a month dedicated to reforming the US juvenile justice system by, “shifting its focus from punishment to support — from the past to the future. […] Read More
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The youth justice system in England has undergone significant reform over the past 25 years as it seeks to reduce reoffending and keep communities safe. For much of that time, Jack and I have been at the forefront of developing youth justice policy and practice through our contributions to research and evaluation. Looking back on […] Read More
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A New View Of Youth Justice Evaluation is a powerful tool for ensuring that your organisation makes the right changes for the right reasons. Jack Cattell writes about changes to the UK’s approach to youth justice over the last 15 years and his experience of measuring and evaluating those changes. For nearly 15 years, I […] Read More
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