Guidance

Preventing offending and re-offending by children

A resource to help local partnerships work together to support vulnerable children and young people and stop them offending and re-offending.

Documents

Collaborative approaches to preventing offending and re-offending by children (CAPRICORN): full report

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Details

This resource outlines how health, education, social care, criminal justice, voluntary sector services and others can work together to stop children and young people offending.

Collaborative approaches to preventing offending and re-offending by children (CAPRICORN) is a framework that has been developed by Public Health England, working with stakeholders in national and local government, the NHS, academia and the voluntary sector.

As well as the full report and summary available here, you can also download a slide pack which gives you some infographics and other material for presentations.

Published 14 August 2019