Research and analysis

Young people who offend: accommodation needs and experiences

A national picture of the housing issues faced by young people who have offended.

This publication was withdrawn on

This is out of date material. View the YJB ‘case management guidance’ for guidance for youth offending teams and managers on how to work with children and young people in the youth justice system.


Accommodation needs and experiences of young people who offend

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Research looking at the barriers young people face when trying to find somewhere to live after committing an offence.

It looks at housing issues from the perspective of young people, youth justice practitioners and other organisations helping young people find accommodation.

Published 1 July 2007