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[PUBLICATIONS] Evidence Matters in Family Justice: Legal Briefing

Strategic Briefings
Published: October 2012

This briefing aims to inform local authority solicitors, legal teams commissioned by the authority and family court staff about how evidence-informed practice supports the work of social workers in the family court. It includes the policy and legal context of the Family Justice R

[PUBLICATIONS] The education of young people who offend

Strategic Briefings
Published: September 2011

This briefing, aimed at commissioners and managers, looks at the key research messages on the education of young offenders and how local data can support planning effective services. It covers the role of education in the youth justice system, and post-offending educational suppo

[PUBLICATIONS] Evidence Matters in Family Justice: Resource Pack (2012)

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: October 2012

This resource pack includes a range of briefings, tools and practical exercises to help managers and social workers prepare and present evidence in court. It covers the policy landscape of family justice, how to use research in court effectively and strengthen assessments for cou

[PUBLICATIONS] Professional Capabilities Framework for Social Workers

Practice Tools and Guides
Published: April 2012

This publication outlines how Research in Practice's evidence-informed resources map against the Professional Capabilities framework. It will be useful for individual social workers, and to managers, learning and development leads and all those tasked with implementing the PCF i

[PUBLICATIONS] Models of adolescent care provision: Evidence Scope (2013)

Evidence Scopes
Published: March 2013

A rapid review of adolescent care provision. Examines the evidence on alternatives to current approaches in England. Includes key messages on effective work with young people who enter the care system as adolescents. Provides summaries of evidence-based programmes in this field

[PUBLICATIONS] Risk-taking adolescents and child protection: Strategic Briefing (2014)

Strategic Briefings
Published: January 2014

This briefing is intended to support strategic managers, frontline teams and practitioners. It begins by looking at the concept of ‘risk-taking’ and goes on to outline some recent research on developmental aspects of adolescence. Practice points and emerging practice

[PUBLICATIONS] Contact: Making good decisions for children in public law: Chart (2015)

Frontline resources
Published: March 2015

This tool, based on work developed by Elsbeth Neil at UEA, is designed to support contact planning for children placed in adoption, long-term foster care and kinship care. It accompanies the full frontline briefing, Contact: Making good decisions for children in public law, whic

[PUBLICATIONS] Special guardianship: Strategic Briefing (2015)

Strategic Briefings
Published: March 2015

This briefing summarises existing evidence alongside findings from Jim Wade’s new research in order to demonstrate how policy and practice is evolving. It explores how well special guardianship is working through an assessment of children’s progress three to six years

[PUBLICATIONS] Lifespan personalisation: Strategic Briefing (2015)

Strategic Briefings
Published: March 2015

The aligning of policy across children’s and adults’ services creates an opportunity to implement a lifespan approach to personalisation, improving outcomes for disabled children and young people, individuals and families, whilst reducing duplication and bureaucracy f

[PUBLICATIONS] Contact: Making good decisions for children in public law: Frontline Briefing (2015)

Frontline resources
Published: March 2015

Contact plans for children living away from their birth families can have life-changing implications for everyone involved. This frontline briefing aims to make relevant research accessible to practitioners who are involved in making contact plans for children placed away from
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