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This toolkit will be revised and updated as communities become involved in YCAP, and we learn more about what tools are needed. If you know of additional resources that might be useful, send suggestions to us:
You can download all of the tools in the YCAP toolkit below. Contact us if you would like to order hard copies of the tools:
This guide takes you through a simple and flexible 7-step process for creating your own community action plan to reduce youth offending – from the initial stages of forming a community group, through to developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating your plan. It also includes a template to use when writing up your own action plan.
These FAQs answer your questions about community action planning.
This presentation complements the community action planning guide and is aimed at youth offending teams and other cross-agency YCAP working groups. You can use it to explain the action planning process to your group. Contact us at if you'd like a PowerPoint version of the presentation:
This guide is a resource for Youth Offending Teams (YOTs). It aims to help YOT members make the most of their team and ensure all members understand their YOT's purpose, role and function.
This pamphlet, working together to reduce youth crime, describes how community members, NGOs or government agency staff can get involved in the community action planning process.
This guide takes you through a 5-step checklist that will help you decide whether it is OK to share a young person’s information.
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