Published, 14 December 2017

Survey supports needs of girls and young women on the 'edges of secure care'

The Centre for Youth & Criminal Justice (CYCJ) is asking the views of practitioners, managers and policymakers on how to keep Scotland's girls and young women safe.

St Mary's Kenmure, a secure facility in the Greater Glasgow area, is developing a service to meet the needs of girls and young women who are on 'the edge of secure care'. The vision is of a dedicated residential unit(s) to divert girls and young women away from secure care. The work, culture and ethos of the unit will be informed by the latest evidence and approaches about meeting the needs of vulnerable girls and young women.

The purpose of this short survey is to gather views to help shape the development of this unit. CYCJ will use the information from the survey to compile a report for St Mary's Kenmure. All information will be kept private and confidential and no individuals will be identified in the feedback.

The survey will take 5-10 minutes to complete.

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