Independent report

Health provision in the youth justice system: YJLD pilot scheme

This report is the final evaluation by the University of Liverpool of the Youth Justice Liaison and Diversion (YJLD) pilot scheme.

Documents

Evaluation report on pilot scheme

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Appendices

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Executive summary

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Presentation

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Detail

The Youth Justice Liaison and Diversion (YJLD) pilot scheme was developed in 2008 to:

  • enhance health provision within the youth justice system

  • facilitate help, at the earliest opportunity after they enter the youth justice system, for children and young people with:

    • mental health and developmental problems
    • speech and communication difficulties, learning disabilities
    • other similar vulnerabilities