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La Coexistencia de La Victimización y la Conducta Problemática en la Vida Juvenil: Una Revisión Sistemática (Scoping Review)’. (Children as Victims and Offenders: A Scoping Review.) (2023)
Journal Article
Birkbeck, C., Hazel, N., & Bailey, L. (2023). La Coexistencia de La Victimización y la Conducta Problemática en la Vida Juvenil: Una Revisión Sistemática (Scoping Review)’. (Children as Victims and Offenders: A Scoping Review.). #Journal not on list, 51-105

Typically, Criminology and Victimology focus on the person either as an offender or as a victim, yet there may be many individuals who have experiences of each within a relatively short period of time. We present the results of a scoping review o... Read More about La Coexistencia de La Victimización y la Conducta Problemática en la Vida Juvenil: Una Revisión Sistemática (Scoping Review)’. (Children as Victims and Offenders: A Scoping Review.).

Postscript—Progress and Challenges for Progressing Progressive Child First Youth Justice (2023)
Book Chapter
Hazel, N., & Case, S. (2023). Postscript—Progress and Challenges for Progressing Progressive Child First Youth Justice. In S. Case, & N. Hazel (Eds.), Child First: Developing a New Youth Justice System (367-385). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-19272-2_13

Drawing on observations from throughout the Child First book, this final chapter considers both the progress of the Child First principle in the youth justice system in England and Wales and its challenges in moving forwards. Accepting that reforming... Read More about Postscript—Progress and Challenges for Progressing Progressive Child First Youth Justice.

Introduction (2023)
Book Chapter
Case, S., & Hazel, N. (2023). Introduction. In Child First: Developing a New Youth Justice System (1-22). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-19272-2_1

This edited text explores, analyses and evaluates ‘Child First’—a guiding principle and strategy for understanding children who offend and for shaping youth justice responses to this offending. Child First transcends traditional welfare and justice p... Read More about Introduction.

Developing Child First as the guiding principle for youth justice (2023)
Book Chapter
Hazel, N., & Williams, P. (2023). Developing Child First as the guiding principle for youth justice. In S. Case, & N. Hazel (Eds.), Child First: Developing a New Youth Justice System (169-201). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-19272-2_7

This chapter charts the formulation and development between 2018 and 2022 of Child First as the new guiding principle for youth justice in England and Wales. From the position of leading its development, the authors provide a unique contemporary ‘in... Read More about Developing Child First as the guiding principle for youth justice.

Hearing from justice-involved, care experienced children: what are their experiences of residential care environments and regimes? (2023)
Journal Article
Day, A., Clark, A., & Hazel, N. (2023). Hearing from justice-involved, care experienced children: what are their experiences of residential care environments and regimes?. Journal of Children's Services, https://doi.org/10.1108/JCS.0220220011

Purpose The disproportionate representation in juvenile justice systems of children who are, or have been, in the care of the state is a major cause of concern internationally. However, the experiences of this particular group are largely absent fro... Read More about Hearing from justice-involved, care experienced children: what are their experiences of residential care environments and regimes?.

Children in custody during the pandemic and beyond (2022)
Journal Article
Hazel, N., & Bennett, J. (2022). Children in custody during the pandemic and beyond. Prison service journal, 54-59

Neal Hazel is Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at University of Salford, and also a member of the Youth Justice Board. He is interviewed by Dr Jamie Bennett who is a Deputy Director in HMPPS. The interview took place in December 2021.

Child first, offender second – a progressive model for education in custody (2020)
Journal Article
Case, S., & Hazel, N. (2020). Child first, offender second – a progressive model for education in custody. International Journal of Educational Development, 77, 102244. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijedudev.2020.102244

Dis­en­gage­ment and poor ed­u­ca­tional at­tain­ment in ed­u­ca­tion are firmly es­tab­lished risk fac­tors for ju­ve­nile crime, lead­ing pol­i­cy­mak­ers to iden­tify ed­u­ca­tional pro­vi­sion in and af­ter cus­tody as a key path­way for ef­fec­t... Read More about Child first, offender second – a progressive model for education in custody.

Supporting children's resettlement ('reentry') after custody : beyond the risk paradigm (2020)
Journal Article
Hazel, N., & Bateman, T. (2021). Supporting children's resettlement ('reentry') after custody : beyond the risk paradigm. Youth Justice, 21(1), 71-89. https://doi.org/10.1177/1473225420923761

In response to policy concerns in England and Wales and internationally, a considerable knowledge-base has identified factors statistically associated with reduced recidivism for children leaving custody. However, despite resulting guidance on how t... Read More about Supporting children's resettlement ('reentry') after custody : beyond the risk paradigm.

Using an identity lens : constructive working with children in the criminal justice system (2020)
Report
Hazel, N., Drummond, C., Welsh, M., & Joseph, K. (2020). Using an identity lens : constructive working with children in the criminal justice system

Research has shown that identity, and how you feel about yourself, can be key to moving forward with life and away from crime. Working with the University of Salford, Youth Offending Teams and supported by the Barrow Cadbury Trust, this resource has... Read More about Using an identity lens : constructive working with children in the criminal justice system.

Promoting shifts in personal narratives and providing structures of support : transitions of incarcerated children in England and Wales (2018)
Book Chapter
Bateman, T., & Hazel, N. (2018). Promoting shifts in personal narratives and providing structures of support : transitions of incarcerated children in England and Wales. In S. O'Neill (Ed.), Incarcerated Youth Transitioning Back To Community: International Perspectives (167-185). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-0752-2_11

Recidivism rates for children leaving custody in England and Wales have remained stubbornly high, despite intense policy interest and some promising short-term initiatives. In this chapter, it is argued that the major challenge to improved outcomes h... Read More about Promoting shifts in personal narratives and providing structures of support : transitions of incarcerated children in England and Wales.

‘Now all I care about is my future’ – supporting the shift : a summary (2017)
Other
Hazel, N. (2017). ‘Now all I care about is my future’ – supporting the shift : a summary. London

This summary report proposes a theory of change for the effective resettlement of young people leaving custody. It recognises that effective and sustainable resettlement facilitates a shift in the way that a young person sees themselves, from an iden... Read More about ‘Now all I care about is my future’ – supporting the shift : a summary.

"Now all I care about is my future" : Supporting the shift : Framework for the effective resettlement of young people leaving custody (Full report) (2017)
Other
Hazel, N. (2017). "Now all I care about is my future" : Supporting the shift : Framework for the effective resettlement of young people leaving custody (Full report). London

This document presents a new framework for understanding effective resettlement of young people. It has been produced as part of the Beyond Youth Custody (BYC) programme, funded under the Big Lottery Fund’s Youth in Focus initiative. This new... Read More about "Now all I care about is my future" : Supporting the shift : Framework for the effective resettlement of young people leaving custody (Full report).

The role of the family in resettlement (2016)
Other
Hazel, N., Goodfellow, P., Lockwood, K., Wright, S., McAteer, L., & Francis, V. (2016). The role of the family in resettlement

This practitioner’s guide unpicks different interpretations of ‘family’. It explores the family’s unique position to fulfil key characteristics that research has shown are associated with effective resettlement support. It highlights recommendations... Read More about The role of the family in resettlement.

Resettlement : lessons from the literature update March 2016 (2016)
Other
Hazel, N., & Lockwood, K. (2016). Resettlement : lessons from the literature update March 2016

This review is the most recent in a series of regular updates intended to outline the latest lessons from research, policy and practice in the resettlement of young people. It provides an overview of relevant publications and developments since Beyon... Read More about Resettlement : lessons from the literature update March 2016.

The importance of education and training in effective resettlement (reentry) (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Hazel, N. (2016, January). The importance of education and training in effective resettlement (reentry). Presented at Prisoners' Education Trust Academic Symposium, South Bank University, London

Effective resettlement (reentry or aftercare) of children who have been incarcerated is a longstanding concern for policymakers and practitioners. Factors related to education provision have been shown to be significantly related to whether a child... Read More about The importance of education and training in effective resettlement (reentry).

Youth resettlement in Southern Wales, and the Resettlement Broker project (2015)
Other
Hazel, N., Hampson, K., & Kinsey, T. (2015). Youth resettlement in Southern Wales, and the Resettlement Broker project. Cardiff

The research informing this report included quantitative analysis of the experiences of children from Southern Wales leaving custody (on licence from a detention and training order) between October 2012 and September 2014, 14 project questionnaire... Read More about Youth resettlement in Southern Wales, and the Resettlement Broker project.

Resettlement of young people leaving custody : lessons from the literature update October 2015 (2015)
Other
Hazel, N., & Lockwood, K. (2015). Resettlement of young people leaving custody : lessons from the literature update October 2015

This review is the most recent in a series of regular updates intended to outline the latest lessons from research, policy and practice in the resettlement of young people. It provides an overview of relevant publications and developments since Beyon... Read More about Resettlement of young people leaving custody : lessons from the literature update October 2015.

Youth resettlement in North Wales, and the Resettlement Broker Project (2015)
Other
Hazel, N., & Hampson, K. (2015). Youth resettlement in North Wales, and the Resettlement Broker Project. Cardiff

The research informing this report included quantitative analysis of the experiences of children from North Wales leaving custody (on licence from a detention and training order) between October 2012 and September 2014, 11 qualitative interviews and... Read More about Youth resettlement in North Wales, and the Resettlement Broker Project.

Resettlement of young people leaving custody : lessons from the literature update July 2015 (2015)
Other
Hazel, N., & Lockwood, K. (2015). Resettlement of young people leaving custody : lessons from the literature update July 2015. London

This review is the most recent in a series of regular updates intended to outline the latest lessons from research, policy and practice in the resettlement of young people. It provides an overview of relevant publications and developments since Beyon... Read More about Resettlement of young people leaving custody : lessons from the literature update July 2015.

Inspecting probation services in England & Wales : The assessment of effectiveness in a mixed sector contract environment (2015)
Journal Article
McDowell, P., & Hazel, N. (2015). Inspecting probation services in England & Wales : The assessment of effectiveness in a mixed sector contract environment. Perspectives, 39(2), 92-102

Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Probation for England and Wales (HMIP) has always adjusted its function and focus to accommodate changes in the political and probation landscape. However, it has consistently judged effectiveness of services by auditin... Read More about Inspecting probation services in England & Wales : The assessment of effectiveness in a mixed sector contract environment.

Young people's experiences of custody (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Hazel, N. (2014, December). Young people's experiences of custody. Presented at Helsinki Foundation Conference on Children Deprived of Liberty in Central and Eastern Europe, Budapest, Hungary

This presentation draws from a number of research projects over a 15 year period to synthesis what young people say about their experiences of custody. Particular attention is paid to qualitative research featuring what children say about their time... Read More about Young people's experiences of custody.

Cross-national comparison of youth justice approaches and youth custody (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Hazel, N. (2014, December). Cross-national comparison of youth justice approaches and youth custody. Presented at Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights Conference on Children Deprived of Liberty in Central and Eastern Europe, Budapest, Hungary

This paper explored the key differences in approaches between youth justice systems. It considered the pressures on jurisdictions that result in varying policies and practices. It argued that analysis of policies as either emphasising children as "y... Read More about Cross-national comparison of youth justice approaches and youth custody.

Resettlement: Lessons from the literature update November 2014 (2014)
Other
Hazel, N., & Bateman, T. (2014). Resettlement: Lessons from the literature update November 2014

This review outlines the latest lessons from research, policy and practice in the resettlement of young offenders. It provides an overview of relevant literature and developments in the filed of youth justice since Beyond Youth Custody’s last update... Read More about Resettlement: Lessons from the literature update November 2014.

Resettlement of young people leaving resettlement: Lessons from the literature update: August 2014 (2014)
Other
Bateman, T., & Hazel, N. (2014). Resettlement of young people leaving resettlement: Lessons from the literature update: August 2014. London

This paper is the latest in a series of regular updates intended to outline the latest available lessons from research about resettlement of young offenders. It provides an overview of the relevant literature published in the period since Beyond Yout... Read More about Resettlement of young people leaving resettlement: Lessons from the literature update: August 2014.

Engaging young people in resettlement: a practitioner’s guide (2014)
Other
Wright, S., Hazel, N., & Bateman, T. (2014). Engaging young people in resettlement: a practitioner’s guide. London

One of the prerequisites of effective resettlement intervention with young people leaving custody is that they are fully engaged with the services provided to them. This practitioner’s guide reports on research undertaken by Beyond Youth Custody on t... Read More about Engaging young people in resettlement: a practitioner’s guide.

Resettlement of young people leaving resettlement: Lessons from the literature update: March 2014 (2014)
Other
Bateman, T., & Hazel, N. (2014). Resettlement of young people leaving resettlement: Lessons from the literature update: March 2014. London

This paper is the third in a series of regular updates intended to outline the latest available lessons from research about resettlement of young offenders. It provides an overview of the relevant literature published in the period since Beyond Youth... Read More about Resettlement of young people leaving resettlement: Lessons from the literature update: March 2014.

Resettlement of young people leaving resettlement:Lessons from the literature update: October 2013 (2013)
Other
Bateman, T., & Hazel, N. (2013). Resettlement of young people leaving resettlement:Lessons from the literature update: October 2013. London

This paper is the second in a series of quarterly updates intended to outline the latest available lessons from research about resettlement of young offenders. It provides an overview of the relevant literature published in the period since Beyond Yo... Read More about Resettlement of young people leaving resettlement:Lessons from the literature update: October 2013.

Engaging young people in resettlement: research summary (2013)
Other
Bateman, T., & Hazel, N. (2013). Engaging young people in resettlement: research summary. London

Research summary of our report on research undertaken by Beyond Youth Custody that aims to contribute to an understanding of effective engagement in a resettlement context.

Young offenders’ trauma on release from custody (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Hazel, N., & Bateman, T. (2013, September). Young offenders’ trauma on release from custody. Presented at European Society of Criminology Conference, Budapest, Hungary

The emotional trauma experienced by young people sentenced to a period of custody, particularly in the initial period of incarceration, has been well documented. Interacting with mental health issues, rates of self-harm and suicides are also know to... Read More about Young offenders’ trauma on release from custody.

Resettlement of young people leaving custody: Lessons from the literature update: July 2013 (2013)
Other
Bateman, T., & Hazel, N. (2013). Resettlement of young people leaving custody: Lessons from the literature update: July 2013. University of Salford: University of Bedfordshire

This paper is the first in a series of quarterly updates intended to outline the latest available lessons from research about resettlement of young offenders. It provides an overview of the relevant literature published in the period since Beyond You... Read More about Resettlement of young people leaving custody: Lessons from the literature update: July 2013.

Resettlement after prisons: What the Government needs to know for the new youth custody Bill (2013)
Presentation / Conference
Hazel, N., & Bateman, T. (2013, July). Resettlement after prisons: What the Government needs to know for the new youth custody Bill. Presented at British Society of Criminology Conference, University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton, UK

The Ministry of Justice in England and Wales is currently developing new legislation on youth custody, amid concerns of a high and rising rate of reoffending for those on this type of disposal. Initially billed as “putting education at the heart of... Read More about Resettlement after prisons: What the Government needs to know for the new youth custody Bill.

Resettlement of young people leaving custody: Lessons from the literature (2013)
Other
Bateman, T., Hazel, N., & Wright, S. (2013). Resettlement of young people leaving custody: Lessons from the literature. University of Salford: University of Bedfordshire

This literature review aims to set out the research and practice evidence about effective resettlement services for children and young adults and can be used to inform future policy and practice to ensure service delivery is evidence based. The findi... Read More about Resettlement of young people leaving custody: Lessons from the literature.

Negotiating doorstep access : Door-to-door survey researchers’ strategies to obtain participation (2013)
Journal Article
Hazel, N., & Clark, A. (2013). Negotiating doorstep access : Door-to-door survey researchers’ strategies to obtain participation. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 16(4), 307-321. https://doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2012.687136

This article explores the interactions between researchers and potential respondents when recruiting for a door-to-door survey. Researchers' reflective accounts suggest a range of tactics used to influence potential participation in research that dra... Read More about Negotiating doorstep access : Door-to-door survey researchers’ strategies to obtain participation.

Resettlement in England and Wales : Key policy and practice messages from research (2012)
Other
Hazel, N., & Liddle, M. (2012). Resettlement in England and Wales : Key policy and practice messages from research. London

This brief report summarises the lessons learnt from evaluations of full range of resettlement (reentry) disposals and initiatives over a decade. It translates them into recommendations for policy and practice in the organisation and delivery of res... Read More about Resettlement in England and Wales : Key policy and practice messages from research.

Key lessons from the RESET programme: Recommendations for the resettlement of young offenders (2010)
Other
Hazel, N., Liddle, M., & Gordon, F. (2010). Key lessons from the RESET programme: Recommendations for the resettlement of young offenders. London

Reoffending rates for young offenders released from custody are high. Of approximately 6000 young people sentenced to custody each year, between 70% and 90% will reoffend within 12 months. Effective resettlement is vital to achieving better outcome... Read More about Key lessons from the RESET programme: Recommendations for the resettlement of young offenders.

Constrained, compromised and disconnected : experiences of women in contact with the Magistrates' Court following violence and intimidation from male partners (2010)
Thesis
Grundy, M. Constrained, compromised and disconnected : experiences of women in contact with the Magistrates' Court following violence and intimidation from male partners. (Thesis). Salford : University of Salford

The thesis explores the experiences of women who had contact with the Magistrates' Court process as a result of violence and intimidation from men in past and existing relationships. Drawing on understandings and appropriations of feminist standpoi... Read More about Constrained, compromised and disconnected : experiences of women in contact with the Magistrates' Court following violence and intimidation from male partners.

Cross-national comparison of youth justice (2008)
Other
Hazel, N. (2008). Cross-national comparison of youth justice. London, UK

This study presents comparative patterns in youth justice approaches, policy and provision across jurisdictions. The report was commissioned and originally published by the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales in 2008.

Young offenders' perceptions of their experiences under police arrest (2006)
Presentation / Conference
Hazel, N. (2006, July). Young offenders' perceptions of their experiences under police arrest. Presented at British Society of Criminology Conference, Strathclyde University, Glasgow

The youth justice system in England and Wales has adopted the overall aim of “preventing offending” (Crime and Disorder Act 1998). Integral to achieving this aim is the engagement of young people, demonstrated by policy emphasis on ensuring an offen... Read More about Young offenders' perceptions of their experiences under police arrest.

Holidays for children and families in need: an exploration of the research and policy context for social tourism in the UK (2005)
Journal Article
Hazel, N. (2005). Holidays for children and families in need: an exploration of the research and policy context for social tourism in the UK. Children & Society, 19(3), 225-236. https://doi.org/10.1002/chi.838

Although provision of holidays for families in need has been mainstreamed within the social care policies of many countries in the rest of Europe, social tourism has yet to be adopted in the United Kingdom. This article reports on a scoping study of... Read More about Holidays for children and families in need: an exploration of the research and policy context for social tourism in the UK.

Macro and micro patterns in the development of secure custodial institutions for serious and persistent young offenders in England and Wales (2001)
Journal Article
Hagell, A., & Hazel, N. (2001). Macro and micro patterns in the development of secure custodial institutions for serious and persistent young offenders in England and Wales. Youth Justice, 1(1), 3-16. https://doi.org/10.1177/147322540100100102

During the last two centuries England and Wales have developed what is now referred to as the ‘secure estate for juveniles’: various institutions providing custody for young offenders. Overall (macro) patterns of use of custody have been shown to rel... Read More about Macro and micro patterns in the development of secure custodial institutions for serious and persistent young offenders in England and Wales.

Engaging fathers in preventive services: fathers and family centres (2000)
Book
Ghate, D., Shaw, C., & Hazel, N. (2000). Engaging fathers in preventive services: fathers and family centres. York: York Publishing Services

Although many fathers are spending more time caring for their children in the home, men continue to be conspicuous by their absence from mainstream family support services. Family centres - community-based services for families in need and at risk -... Read More about Engaging fathers in preventive services: fathers and family centres.

Placing children in care at centre stage : exploring the experiences and perceptions of children in care about their pathways into offending behaviour
Thesis
Day, A. (in press). Placing children in care at centre stage : exploring the experiences and perceptions of children in care about their pathways into offending behaviour. (Thesis). University of Salford

The disproportionate representation of children in care in the youth justice system remains a significant challenge to academics and policy makers. Despite this, there is an absence of research and literature concerning the relationship between care... Read More about Placing children in care at centre stage : exploring the experiences and perceptions of children in care about their pathways into offending behaviour.