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Young people in care and criminal behaviour

by Claire Taylor

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Published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers in London, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Youth -- Institutional care -- Great Britain,
    • Foster children -- Great Britain,
    • Criminal behavior, Prediction of -- Great Britain,
    • Juvenile delinquency -- Great Britain

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementClaire Taylor.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV1441.G7 T39 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3404094M
      ISBN 101843101696
      ISBN 109781843101697
      LC Control Number2005019375

      PubMed Health. A service of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (UK); Social Care Institute for Excellence (UK). Antisocial Behaviour and Conduct Disorders in Children and Young People: Recognition, Intervention and Management. Mental Illness and Crime comprehensively synthesizes and critically examines what is currently known about the relationship of mental illness and individual psychiatric disorders, in particular with criminal, violent, and other forms of antisocial behavior. The book integrates scholarship from psychology, psychiatry, clinical neuroscience, criminology, and law when presenting .

      Young People, Crime and Justice is the perfect undergraduate critical introduction to the youth justice system, following a unique left-realist perspective while providing a balanced account of the critical criminology agenda, locating the practical working of the system in the critical socio-economic context. It is essential reading for.   The link between childhood maltreatment and subsequent offending behaviour is well established, and data from the child welfare system is commonly used to examine the maltreatment–offending association. This study used data from the first national comparative profile study of high-support needs children undertaken in Australia to determine which factors Cited by:

      Children in care much more likely to end up in court, study finds in Dublin said that about a third of the cases there concern young people in care. condoning the behaviour of young people. Young people’s involvement in drug and alcohol use usually results from peer influences. Alcohol plays a significant part in violence that occurs in and around hotels. Success has been demonstrated and repeated in a significant Australian study that aimed to reduce the level of violence related to alcohol in and around licensed premises.


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The empirical evidence of thirty-nine interviews with young people who have been through the care system is then drawn upon to highlight key findings and conclusions about the relationship between care and crime, and the implications towards current policy.

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Young People in Care and Criminal Behaviour Angela Southall Consultant Clinical Child Psychologist and Programme Supervisor with Staffordshire Intensive Fostering Programme (a partnership programme with Staffordshire Youth Offending Service, South Staffordshire Healthcare and Children and Lifelong Learning)Author: Angela Southall.

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Young People in Care and Criminal Behaviour Young People in Care and Criminal Behaviour Southall, Angela Claire Taylor Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London,pp. £ ISBN 1 6 Claire Taylor has written a book that is a valuable addition to the developing knowledge base on children who are ‘looked after’ by the.

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Positive Behaviour Strategies to Support Children and Young People with Autism. A great book for an upper divisional undergraduate or beginning level graduate program Criminal Psychopathology classes.

Covers origins of criminal behavior thoroughly in the first four chapters, and dedicates each additional chapter to criminal behaviors in correlation with mental illness presenting or lacking and the statistical evidence of 4/5. Young people and the law. Includes legal rights, youth offending teams and crime prevention.

Your rights and the law. Includes being arrested, cautions, discrimination and. Working safely and effectively with children and young people Health and social care professionals working with children and young people who present with behaviour suggestive of a conduct disorder, or who have a conduct disorder, should be trained and competent to work with children and young people of all levels of learning ability.Crime can affect everyone, both directly and indirectly.

Unfortunately, among the number of people who commit crimes, a large number of these are young adults. This is why it is important to understand criminal behavior and the causes of it, with the hope that it is possible to change the factors causing the act to reduce crime.

Nevertheless, it is also important to remember that .thinking and behaviour of young adults. • Age boundaries. The structuring of most policy provision according to age rather than need results in a paucity of provision for young adults.

Many of the services designed to support young people end at 18 or Services designed for adults may have very different aims and methods. The report on young.