Plans to reform child sentences

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Proposals for tougher community and custody sentences in white paper concern youth justice experts.

The white paper states that it is important that custodial sentences reflect the seriousness of offending. Picture: Peter Crane
The white paper states that it is important that custodial sentences reflect the seriousness of offending. Picture: Peter Crane

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