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Nobody Made the Connection Report about neurodisability in young people who offend: 

Toolkit Resources about Acquired Brain Injury in the Justice System: 

Repairing Shattered Lives Report about Brain Injury and Criminal Justice: 

Linkworker Service Evaluation Report: 

Thames Valley Violence Reduction Unit:


Key papers: 

Hughes, N., Sheahan, F., Williams, W. H., & Chitsabesan, P. (2020). Ensuring the rights of children with neurodevelopmental disabilities within child justice systems. The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, 4(2), 163-166. 

Hughes, N., Ungar, M., Fagan, A., Murray, J., Atilola, O., Nichols, K., Garcia, J., & Kinner S. (2020) Health determinants of adolescent criminalisation. The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health. 4(2), 151-162

Kinner, S. A., Hughes, N., Borschmann, R., Southalan, L., Clasby, B., Janca, E., Willoughby, M., & Williams, W. H. (2019). The health of children deprived of liberty: A human rights issue. The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, 4(1), 6-7. 

Morris, C., Janssens, A., Tomlinson, R., Williams, J., Logan, S. (2013). Towards a definition of neurodisability: A Delphi survey. Available at:

Williams, W. H., Chitsabesan, P., Fazel, S., McMillan, T., Hughes, N., Parsonage, M., & Tonks, J. Traumatic Brain Injury: A potential cause of violent crime? The Lancet Psychiatry, 5, 836-844.