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Coronavirus is still a danger

To help prevent the spread and stay safe you can:
• keep a distance from others
• wear face coverings in crowded and enclosed spaces
• wash hands often
• get your vaccine/booster when you’re eligible
• regularly test and self-isolate if required

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Support for vulnerable young people involved with or at risk of crime

The Leicestershire Youth and Justice (Y&J) service is part of the wider Children and Family Wellbeing Service (CFWS). They offer a range of statutory and non-statutory interventions for vulnerable young people experiencing difficulties that cannot be supported by universal services alone - such as schools or GPs.

One-to-one support available

These services provide personal support to young people, to improve different aspects of their lifestyle, such as behaviour management, emotional and physical health and wellbeing.


Contact details 

Youth Justice team 

Monday to Thursday, 8.30am to 5pm and Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm 

Twitter: @LeicsCFWSYouth

Facebook: LeicsYouth&Justice

Instagram: Leicsyouthjustice

Further information and requesting a service 

For further information on our services, contact details and requesting a service, please visit our Children and Family Wellbeing Service home page.

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