T2A has identified 10 stages of the criminal justice system where interventions could be effective for young adults. The focus of this current period is on policing, the courts, and probation practice, including community sentences and supervision post-custody.
Developing the pathway framework
Early on in the campaign T2A developed the T2A pathways model to support its advocacy for young adults. This model evolved from six pathway pilot projects which together represented a whole pathways approach to working with young adults throughout the criminal justice process enabling us to better understand what young adults need in the criminal justice system.
Each number on the graphic represents a stage on the pathway and below the graphic is more information about that pathway and the evidence-based approach T2A recommends to CJS organisations.