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  • Systems Guidance

    Report:Systems Guidance: Arrested Children

    The Youth Endowment Fund exists to prevent children from becoming involved in violence. One of the ways we seek to achieve this mission is improving support for children when they are arrested. This includes diverting them from formal youth justice processes like appearing at court. This is a critical moment where effective support can change…
  • Knife crime education programmes

    Programmes that aim to prevent knife crime by educating children about the risks and harms caused by carrying a knife.
    Cost
    1 2 3
    Evidence quality
    1 2 3 4 5
    Insufficient evidence of impact
    ?
  • Restorative justice

    A process which supports someone who has committed a crime to communicate with the victim, understand the impact of their actions, and find a positive way forward.
    Cost
    1 2 3
    Evidence quality
    1 2 3 4 5
    Estimated impact
    on violent crime
    MODERATE
  • Prison awareness programmes

    Programmes which deter children and young people from crime by demonstrating the realities of life in prison
    Cost
    1 2 3
    Evidence quality
    1 2 3 4 5
    Estimated impact
    on violent crime
    HARMFUL
  • Pre-court diversion

    Diverting children who have committed first-time or low level offences away from the formal youth justice system
    Cost
    1 2 3
    Evidence quality
    1 2 3 4 5
    Estimated impact
    on violent crime
    MODERATE
  • Boot camps

    Military-style boot camps for young people who have been convicted of an offence
    Cost
    1 2 3
    Evidence quality
    1 2 3 4 5
    Estimated impact
    on violent crime
    HARMFUL