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Evaluation of the Blackpool Bail Support Scheme [1999-2002] (ASSURE – Applied Social Studies for Research and Evaluation).

Research output: Working paper


Publication date2004
PublisherYouth Justice Board for England and Wales
<mark>Original language</mark>English


Local evaluation of the YJB Bail Support programme. Bail Support was a schemes for young people who had been remanded, placed with foster care families and supported by specialist Youth Offending Team members while going through the criminal justice system. Interviews over a three year period with: young people; their parents/carer; foster carers; members of the YOT Bail Support Team and of the local magistrate court.

Bibliographic note

A related article can be found at: Paylor I. and Simmill-Binning C (2004) ‘Evaluation Youth Justice in the UK’ American Journal of Evaluation Vol 25 No 3 Autumn pp 335-349

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