Overview and Purpose

This one-day course is a space for critical reflection and considers the new sentencing guidelines for young people. The Justice Report Writing Practice Training Course enables us to consider the use of language and writer communication to provide clear and accessible reports for sentencers. The approach moves us from “What’s wrong with you?” to “What happened to you?” and “What’s Strong with You”.

Justice Report Writing Practice Training

By adopting a biopsychosocial perspective, we begin to move away from the medicalisation of trauma and offending behaviour and aiming to occupy a place where high levels of accountability and compassion co-exist.

This training course is designed to build upon Epione’s level 2 or level 3 Trauma Training courses but not essential.

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Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding trauma and considering the 4’r’s approach.
  • Considering language, stigma, and medicalisation.
  • Exploring risk assessment and formulation through a trauma informed lens.
  • Adding compassion to the balance of risk, rights, and accountability.
  • Developing trauma sensitive community intervention plans aimed at promoting rehabilitation in line with justice policy and developments such as new sentencing guidelines.

Justice Report Writing Practice Training Courses

Criminal Justice Trauma Informed Report Writing

31 Dec
Tue 09:30 - 16:00
From £100.00

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