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Professor Neal Hazel will discuss the latest evidence on what effective resettlement support looks like for children after custody.
This is the fifth in our “A matter of fact: what the evidence tells us” series, to accompany our Evidence Library, giving you the chance to ask your own questions of leading academics talking about the latest research on an important criminal justice topic.
Neal Hazel is Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Salford and, in 2018, was appointed to the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales, leading its development of Child First as the guiding principle for the youth justice system. Neal has a particular expertise in the resettlement of children from custody to the community and is a leading expert in this area; responsible for developing and evaluating much of what is now recommended best resettlement practice.
He has summarised the evidence base for what effective resettlement support looks like and policy and practice guidance for how to implement it in a review for our Evidence Library, which you can read here.
There will also be a chance to ask Neal questions in a Q&A session. So if you have a particular question you’d like to ask him, please send it to email@example.com.
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