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Family Group Conference and Young People Who Offend: Practice Standards

Hennessy, Julia
June 4, 2015

Source: (2001) Updated by Guy Masters, February 2002. Essex, England: Essex County Council. Downloaded 3 September 2004.

Outlines practice standards to apply to family group conferencing in Essex, England, including for the referral stage, writing the FGC report, meeting the victim, meeting the young person and family, contacting family members, liaison with key professionals/volunteers, arranging the venue, conducting the conference, the plan, and debriefing and contacting the participants following the conference.


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