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Sandra Roe Research. Egan, Annabel (2020) Review and evaluation of Garda youth diversion programmes 2019. Dublin: Department of Justice and Equality.

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Programme A and Programme B aim to address the a-typical offending behavior of young people who have not responded to or failed to engage with the mainstream Garda Youth Diversion Programme and are continuing to offend at an increasingly serious level through the provision of intensive and individualised support. As such, both programmes support the use of detention as a last resort and are in line with the objectives of the wider youth diversion programme and policy. 

The Work to Learn Programme is a Garda Youth Diversion Project (GYDP) based work experience initiative for young people. 

The QQI Co-ordinator Programme is offered to young people engaged in four Garda Youth Diversion Programmes (GYDPs) located in the midlands. The aim of the programme is to identify, engage, encourage and support ‘at risk’ young people with a bespoke, alternative educational setting, in an effort to reduce the likelihood of young people engaging/re-engaging in crime.

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