Children 'set up to fail' by post-custody supervision

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, September 13, 2011

The quality of community supervision offered to children once they leave custody is setting them up to fail, a report has claimed.

Study found that life under supervision in the community fails to tackle underlying causes of crime. Image: Becky Nixon/posed by model
Study found that life under supervision in the community fails to tackle underlying causes of crime. Image: Becky Nixon/posed by model

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