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what to do if you are worried about a child or young person

If there is an emergency or a child is at immediate risk you should phone the police.

Anyone can refer a child to the Children’s Convenor. In practice most referrals come from the police, the Committee (CHSC) and the School Attendance Service (SAS).

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our vision

Our vision is for a CYCT system that improves the outcomes and experiences for children and young people who may be at risk to ensure that they are safe, protected and offered positive futures.

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The Child Youth and Community Tribunal will be exhibiting at the Guernsey Health and Wellness Show - 26 January 2020

The CYCT are delighted to announce they will be exhibiting at this year's Guernsey Health and Wellness show being held on Sunday 26 January 2020, 10am - 4pm at Les Beaucamps High School.    

Annual Report 2018 is published

The Convenor & Tribunal Board has published the Annual Report of the President of the CYCT and the Children’s Convenor for 2018. The report includes a foreword by the Chair of the Board, a summary of the developments and activities…

Child Youth and Community Tribunal appoints New President

Child Youth and Community Tribunal appoints New President The Royal Court has appointed Mrs Ashley Rawles as the new President of The Child Youth and Community Tribunal (the “CYCT”), succeeding David Raines who had held the position for three years…