Repairing-Shattered-Lives_Report

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Repairing-Shattered-Lives_Report

Contents

Foreword

Introduction

Executive Summary

Part One: Brain systems and development

Brain systems and functions

Brain development in childhood and adolescence

Brain injury

Part Two: Brain injury and criminal justice

Research linking brain injury and offending

Prevalence, and associated features, of traumatic

brain injury in offender groups

Young offenders

Complexity of need

Implications of International and European law for children and young

people with brain injury in the criminal justice process

Part three: Key action points

Criminal justice screening and assessment

Criminal justice responses

Training for criminal justice professionals

Managing young people with brain injuries in custody

and probation settings

Commissioning appropriate and effective services

Early responses to children and young people with brain injury

Research

Immediate opportunities

Final Thoughts

References

Glossary of terms

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Repairing Shattered Lives © Barrow Cadbury Trust

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