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Children who offend

The majority of children who offend are dealt with by the Police through alternative action, like writing an apology letter, or paying for damage.When their offence is more serious, we may organise a Youth Justice family group conference.The child is central to this process, and we make sure they understand and are part of any decisions. The aim is to help the child face up to their offending, learn from their mistakes, make...

Childrens Action Plan Progress Report December 2015

Identify abuse

SOME OF THE SIGNSPhysical signs such as: Unexplained bruises, welts, cuts and abrasions Unexplained fractures or dislocations Burn marks Other signs: No clear explanation for any of the above Behavioural concerns such as emotional withdrawal, aggression or anxiety Developmental delays, changes or signs The child talking about or subtly mentioning things that may indicate abuse Parents seeming stressed or not coping on the money they have Drug or alcohol problems Parents not ha...

Child development milestones - your child at 3 years

Child development milestones - your child at 5 years