Youth Justice: Process and Practice
This unique one day continuing professional development course on the Youth Justice Process is hands on, designed for practitioners in and around youth justice to find out more about the system by following a hypothetical case from beginning to end. The study day allows you to get involved in the decision stage and debating with experienced youth justice practitioners and criminologists.
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This course is particularly aimed at:
Social workers, Staff within care homes, Leaving care social workers, High school pastoral care, Staff from specialist schools (working with educational/behavioural difficulties), Magistrates/Police staff, Connexions (employment/training agency) staff, Youth worker, Community health team, Family support service, Volunteers who work within YOS service
Course Tutors include:
- Katie Bottomley, Salford Youth Offending Services
- Nicola Campbell, Salford Youth Offending Services
- David Henthorne, Greater Manchester Police
- Stephen Cotogni, Defence Solicitor
- TBC, Crown Prosecution Service
- Trevor Laverock, Magistrate, Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court
- Muzammil Quraishi, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Salford
- Chris Birkbeck, Professor of Criminology, University of Salford
Feedback from previous participants on similar courses:
‘Very good course. Met all my expectations. Well paced. Excellent quality of speakers.’
Topic: At the Police Station: understanding the processes and procedures with youths
Led by: Police Defence solicitor, Crown Prosecution Service, Youth Offending Team
Topic: At Court: Understanding initial decisions made at Youth Court in relation to youths
Led by: Magistrate Defence solicitor, Crown Prosecution Service, Youth Offending Team
Topic: Understanding the sentencing of young people
Led by: Magistrate Youth Offending team
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Topic: Case management: understanding Court Orders and multidisciplinary working in relation to 'risk' management
Led by: Youth Offending Team, Police
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Participants who have completed this course will gain:
- A systematic overview of the youth justice system and the role of each agency within it.
- The ability to identify and reflect on key questions regarding their own professional and practical responsibilities and their contributions to youth justice.
- An opportunity to share experiences and questions with practitioners from other agencies.