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Causes and Impact of Offending and Criminal Justice Pathways: Follow-up of the Edinburgh Study Cohort at Age 35

The Edinburgh Study is a major programme of research that spans more than two decades and involves . . . over 4,000 individual cohort members who were attending schools in Scotland’s capital city at the turn of the 21st Century. The Study has always relied on the cooperation, goodwill and enthusiasm of its participants who have given their time generously to support the overall aims of the research in improving the lives of children, young people and adults involved in offending or in contact with systems of justice.
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Punishing Abuse Children in the West Midlands Criminal Justice System

We know that the local authorities, schools, police, other vital public services and organisations . . . within our essential voluntary and community sectors, are working tirelessly to improve the lives of children across the West Midlands. A crucial part of this is their work to help some of our most vulnerable children cope with the fallout from poverty, and, sadly experiences of trauma.
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The role of public services in addressing child vulnerability

“Our second major inquiry, ‘The role of public services in addressing child vulnerability’ will ask . . . whether reforming public services can address the growing problem of child vulnerability. The inquiry will cover how public services support mothers and families during pregnancy, and how they support children in their early years and school years”. (UK Parliament)
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Adverse Childhood Experience Trauma Informed Multi-agency Early Action Together (ACE TIME) training: A 15-month police and partners

Funded by the Home Office to deliver a national programme of change across Wales (2018-2020), the . . . E.A.T programme is a unique collaboration between Public Health Wales (PHW), the four Welsh Police Forces and Police and Crime Commissioners, in partnership with Criminal Justice, Youth Justice, and third sector organisations.
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Realising the potential of early intervention

Too many children are facing challenges or disadvantages that can affect their development and . . . threaten their future life chances, health and happiness.
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Health matters: community-centred approaches for health and wellbeing

This professional resource focuses on the concept and practice of community-centred approaches for . . . health and wellbeing and outlines how to create the conditions for community assets to thrive.
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In-brief: Trauma-informed youth justice

Trauma can result from experiences that cause intense fear or pain, overwhelming the ability to . . . cope. For instance physical or emotional cruelty, sexual abuse, or witnessing violence. Risky or traumatic events are not rare, and will not always cause long-term harm. However some young people require on-going support to recover.
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The cost of late intervention: EIF analysis 2016

This report focuses on the immediate and short-run fiscal costs of what we call ‘late intervention’: . . . the acute, statutory and essential benefits and services that are required when children and young people experience significant difficulties in life, many of which might have been prevented.
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