How schemes divert young people in London from formal justice system

Nina Jacobs
Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Youth diversion schemes offering an alternative to formal criminal justice proceedings are improving outcomes for young people involved in low-level criminal behaviour.

Face-to-face meetings with victims are encouraged to help foster rehabilitation. Picture: alho007/Adobe Stock
Face-to-face meetings with victims are encouraged to help foster rehabilitation. Picture: alho007/Adobe Stock

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