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Family Justice

Here is a link to a report that provides an update from the government, along with a guide written for young people, setting out the progress made since the family justice review was published in 2011.

Policy paper: What’s happened since the Family Justice Review: a brighter future for family justice

Troubled Families Government Programme

The Troubled Families Government programme is about helping to turn the lives of troubled families around. Troubled families are families who both have problems and often cause problems - where children are truanting or excluded, where there is youth crime or anti-social behaviour and where parents are not working. They also tend to have other problems including domestic violence or drug or alcohol abuse.

Click here to read the 2014 report.

Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)

A promotional trailer for Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP)'s new education resource aimed at preventing the sexual exploitation of young people, can be viewed by clicking here.

Education professionals can download the full film and Guidance Pack by clicking here.

Information for Parents

Are you concerned about a child who is being abused or mistreated?

Find out further information click here

There are a range of links to further information available at:


For more useful information, including resources and documentation, click here.

The Moving On Project

If parents are finding it hard to move on after separation or divorce, it will be even harder for their children.

Child Contact Centres have a unique window of opportunity to provide support to help parents to collaborate and move on.

For more information, please click here.

Winston's Wish

A new Winston's Wish team in the North West will provide practical support and guidance to children, young people, families, carers, professionals and anyone concerned about a bereaved child before, during and after bereavement.

For more information please click here.

Support for families of perpetrators

For more information please click here.