4 edition of Joined-up Youth Justice found in the catalog.
Joined-up Youth Justice
by Russell House
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||160|
This is the second edition of this book; the first was published in and reprinted in and , so it is obviously a popular text—quite rightly so. For students and practitioners working in youth justice, it covers most of the areas you would want a book on this subject to address. issues of social justice. I was also raised in an environment surrounded by books and eventually became a school librarian. The running joke in my house was that, if you couldn’t find me, I would be in a closet or behind a sofa with my head buried in a book. Books opened my eyes to new worlds—and to problems and solutions to them.
The Judicial College has published an updated and revised Youth Court Bench Book with a forward by The Honorable Mr Justice William Davis (the Judicial Lead for Youth Justice). Details. The Youth Court Bench Book is a document provided to magistrates sitting in the youth court and dealing with defendants under the age of Macquarie Legal Centre's Youth Justice: Your Guide to Cops and Court in New South Wales provides a practical guide for young people who come into contact with the police or the criminal justice system in NSW. Presented in a clear and jargon-free style, the book covers a broad range of topics including police interviews, police searches, the Young Offenders Act and youth justice conferences.
Youth Justice in America, Second Edition engages students in an exciting, informed discussion of the U.S. juvenile justice system and fills a pressing need to make legal issues personally meaningful to young people. Written in a straightforward style, the book addresses tough, important issues that directly affect today's youth, including the rights of accused juveniles, search and seizure. There is a better way. Public Welfare Foundation’s Youth Justice Program supports groups working to advance a fair and effective community-based vision of youth justice, with a focus on ending the criminalization and incarceration of youth of color.
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‘[Youth Justice Law and Practice] will be an invaluable resource to assist lawyers, judges and all professionals working in the youth justice system access the legally accurate information they require to ensure children’s rights are protected the authors are to be congratulated on rendering such a vast amount of material so accessible to a wide readership I welcome this book which.
Get this from a library. Joined-up youth justice: tackling youth crime in partnership. [Ross Burnett; Catherine Appleton] -- Many people and agencies are now joining up their ideas and skills in new approaches to tackling the problems of youth crime through youth offending teams.
This evidence-based book looks at the. Joined-up Youth Justice by Ros Burnett,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Joined-up youth justice: tackling youth crime in partnership. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Burnett, Ros, Appleton, Catherine Date Publisher Russell House Pub place Lyme Regis ISBNPreview.
This item appears on. List. The ubiquitous theme of ‘joined-up’ services in UK government thinking is exemplified by recent reforms to the youth justice system in England and Wales. Youth crime action plans come thick and fast but what we really need is a clearly defined, measurable prevention strategy and a commitment to long.
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Contemporary Policy and Practice. Edited By Barry Goldson. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 9 July Pub. location London. document effective from the 1 June In addition, the Youth Justice Board have identified six key objectives of the youth justice system: a. Swift administration of justice.
Confronting young offenders with their offending behaviour. Intervention that tackles particular factors that lead youths to offend. Social Justice Books Showing of 19, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness (Hardcover) by.
Michelle Alexander (shelved times as social-justice) avg rating — 65, ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. Taken together, these present serious challenges to those delivering youth justice. The book goes on to offer a critique of current developments, explores the options open to practitioners and service providers, and some of the possibilities for positive intervention.
Finally, a detailed agenda for improvement at all levels is set out. This is a book for social workers working within the youth justice system; a highly demanding area of practice that requires a depth of knowledge and skill. All Youth Offending Teams are required to employ a social worker, yet it is often a challenge to find space within youth justice practice to uphold social work s: 1.
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The division partnered with Salt Lake County Library Services to create a book club for youth in short- and long-term detention centers. –Utah Division of Juvenile Justice Services. Youth justice has always focused on criminal justice but this work argues that taking a social justice approach is the best way to reduce youth crime.
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Positive Youth Justice offers a powerful new way of approaching youth justice issues: Children First, Offenders Second (CFOS). Aiming to reorient the way that the justice system thinks about and handles young offenders, CFOS argues that the primary focus should be on the fact that these offenders are children, addressing the nature and consequences of their criminal actions in light of that.
Joined-up Youth Justice. June 9, in Workforce, Youth justice. Star rating: 3/5. By Ros Burnett and Catherine Appleton Russell House Publishing ISBN £ The book is a case study of the Oxford youth offending team. As commentary is provided on both core activity and specialist projects, it puts too much emphasis on narrative.
Kevin Haines, Professor of Criminology and Youth Justice, Swansea University, UK ‘The third edition of Youth Justice: Ideas, Policy, Practice provides an authoritative, comprehensive and completely up-to-date critical insight into the fast-moving world of youth justice.
Smith’s book is an invaluable resource for students and tutors alike. This book provides a comprehensive, student-friendly and critical introduction to youth justice in England and Wales, offering a balanced evaluation of its development, rationale, nature and evidence base. It explores the evolution of definitions and explanations of youth offending and examines the responses to it that constitute youth justice.
Bringing together theory and practice, this book. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. `Muncie's book is a must-read for all criminologists interested in youth justice and youth crime. It is accessible, theoretically informed, empirically detailed and, thanks to the second edition, bang up-to-date' - Professor Tim Newburn, London School of Economics `The first edition of Youth and Crime published in struck an almost unique balance between accessibility and complex scholarship.5/5(1).
Although the book may not provide as complete an analysis of youth crime and justice as Muncie (), it is an approachable volume with insight into broader debates and some specific issues in youth justice albeit from an American perspective.
The book will therefore be suitable as a supplementary text for students in the area of criminology.Social Justice: Books on Racism, Sexism, and Class Books that take on patriarchy, white supremacy, and capitalism, and other social justice issues.
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