Youth custody overhaul raises risk of a 'fragmented system'
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
The government is to strip the Youth Justice Board of most of its youth custody duties. Former chief John Drew says while there is merit to the plan, it raises concerns over resettlement work and ensuring a child focus.
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