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Home supervision requirements : messages from research

Gadda, Andressa and Fitzpatrick, John Paul (2012) Home supervision requirements : messages from research. [Report]

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Abstract

This briefing summarises key findings of research on Home Supervision Requirements (HSRs) in Scotland. It summarises knowledge from existing research and incorporates new evidence from a recently concluded study exploring young people's, parents’ and social workers’ views and experiences of this type of intervention.