WORKSHOP: A YOUNG OFFENDERS JOURNEY
Aims and Outcomes
For youth practitioners working with young people currently known to the Criminal Justice System. This workshop is for you and will help you to gain a better understanding of the journey a young person takes when (s)he enters the Criminal Justice System. It will equip you with the knowledge to interact with young people about their sentence and the various challenges they may face with the English Legal System. You will also gain further knowledge of the role of the statutory agencies a young person would come into contact with throughout their journey.
How Our Workshop is Delivered
The workshop is interactive and engaging, incorporating all learning styles. It will be delivered by experienced facilitators with a background in education, youth work, youth justice and probation. During the course of the workshop we will focus on the following areas:
• The arrest process for a young person
• Police disposals (triage, cautions, reprimands)
• Court – pre-sentence reports and sentence
• Sentencing options
• Requirements for a young person on a Community Order
• Prison and licence
• The role of the YOT and partnership working
Who is this Workshop for?
This workshop is for teachers or practitioners who work with young people in any community setting. The workshop will enhance your positive outcomes in relation to reducing anti-social behaviour, crime and violence.
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£595 for up to 15 delegates. Please email us for more information firstname.lastname@example.org