How youth offending services can address over-representation of BAME young people in custody

Joanne Parkes
Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Over-representation of black and minority ethnic (BAME) young people in youth custody is a problem highlighted regularly by campaigners.

Questions have been raised over whether BAME offenders are benefitting fairly from the community-based opportunities. Picture: Adobe Stock
Questions have been raised over whether BAME offenders are benefitting fairly from the community-based opportunities. Picture: Adobe Stock

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