The role of detached youth work in creating safety for young people in public spaces
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AbstractThis briefing paper discusses the benefits and limitations of detached youth work provision in creating safety for young people in public spaces. It forms part of a programme of work by the MsUnderstood Partnership to assist the development of local responses to peer-on-peer abuse. The briefing considers unique features of detached youth work; whether workers enhance young people’s safety in public spaces and transform the spaces themselves; factors that constrain the impact of detached youth work; and implications of the findings on safeguarding and commissioning.
CitationFritz D, Firmin C, Olaitan P (2016) 'The role of detached youth work in creating safety for young people in public spaces'. : Contextual Safeguarding Network.
PublisherContextual Safeguarding Network
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