Evaluation of Child Protection Placements of Children in Foster Care with Relatives

The Campbell Collaboration, after reviewing more than 100 studies involving more than 666,000 children, has concluded that placing abused children into foster care with relatives results in fewer mental health issues with the children, fewer behavioural problems and fewer placement problems than similar children in foster placements with non-relatives There were no differences in the … More Evaluation of Child Protection Placements of Children in Foster Care with Relatives

What happens to persistent and serious young offenders when they grow up?

A follow-up study of the first recipients of intensive supervision and surveillance; Emily Gray, Keele University Since its inception, the Youth Justice Board (YJB) of the UK has initiated several innovative programs to try to reduce youth crime and to reduce re-offending. Consistent with the principles of evidence-based policies, favoured by the governments of the … More What happens to persistent and serious young offenders when they grow up?