Youth Justice Board key elements of effective practice (KEEP)

Project leader(s)

In 2006-2008, on behalf of the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales, the Centre undertook a systematic review of international and UK evidence on restorative justice in youth justice, and translation of that evidence into guidance for effective practice. The systematic review underlying the KEEP, as well as the KEEP guidance, were published in 2008.

The full report can be downloaded from the Restorative Justice Council website.

Lawrence Sherman

Professor Lawrence Sherman

Lawrence W. Sherman is Director of the Institute of Criminology of the University of Cambridge, where he has served as Wolfson Professor of Criminology since 2007. He is also Director of both the...

Heather Strang

Dr Heather Strang

Heather Strang is an experimental criminologist who has worked with police authorities and criminal justice agencies in Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom.

She has a PhD...

Law, justice & human rights

RegNet is one of world’s leading centres for socio-legal research. This cluster aims to lead the development of transformative ideas in the fields of criminology and restorative justice; human rights and international law; legal pluralism; peacebuilding; the regulatory dimensions of international and domestic law; and rule of law.

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