Youth offending partnership agencies
Bromley social care support for children and families
Find out about social care support
Approriate adult service provided for children who get arrested
The role of the appropriate adult is to safeguard the interests, rights, entitlements and welfare of children and vulnerable people who are suspected of a criminal offence, by ensuring that they are treated in a fair and just manner and are able to participate effectively. This is a service that we provide and an appropriate adult will be called on to support the child/young person in police detention if a parent or other suitable adult is not available to attend.
Liaison and diversion
Young people who are arrested and identified as requiring additional support are assessed by the liaison worker and can be supported into accessing the appropriate community resources away from the criminal justice system. They offer confidential, accessible, and early help to young people who have been arrested in custody or the community or spoken to by the police, because they are a suspect of a crime. More about liaison and diversion
Bromley youth support
Bromley youth support offers a range of services for children and young people providing opportunities to gain new skills and experiences. We have youth clubs across the borough for all children and young people as well as a mobile bus that travels around the borough engaging with children in the local community.
Bromley changes provide drug and alcohol services for children and young people.
Bromley Children Project
Bromley Children Project provides support for families with children aged under 18 by offering quality targeted parenting courses and one to one family support.
Bromley well offers help to improve and maintain your health and wellbeing.
Bromley magistrates court
Bromley youth court is shared with five neighbouring boroughs, Bexley, Lewisham, Southwark, Lambeth, Greenwich. A case worker from one of the five boroughs will be present in court for all children and young people who are being sentenced in court.