Following the ‘Child Friendly Youth Justice?’ event in Cambridge in 2017, organized with our partners at The Standing Committee for Youth Justice and Cambridge University, we have produced a Compendium of papers that featured at the conference. Download the Compendium of papers


‘Child first youth justice': what would it look like?
Sheffield Town hall
Tuesday 26 November
Further details and booking to follow.

Youth knife crime in context

Download our briefing click here

The State of Youth Justice 2017

Download our report on The State of Youth Justice 2017, authored by Dr. Tim Bateman.

The ‘Transformation’ of Youth Custody?

Read our briefing paper authored by Dr Di Hart (published May 2017). You can find our other publications on our Campaigns and Publications page

NAYJ membership benefits

  • Links with the Standing Committee for Youth Justice, keeping you up to date with policy, practice and legislation news and information
  • Access to Youth Justice; an international journal
  • Discounted places at NAYJ seminars and events
  • Advance copies of NAYJ briefing and campaign papers

For further information and a downloadable application form please go to the membership page.

Click here to read the NAYJ submission to the Taylor Review on Youth Justice, and here for the submission to the Narey Review of Residential Child Care

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