Commission finds ‘adult bias' in offender diversion services

Derren Hayes
Wednesday, June 11, 2014

A panel of criminal justice and mental health experts has called for greater scrutiny into how liaison and diversion services for young people are being implemented across England.

Liaison and diversion services aim to find alternatives to custody for young offenders with mental health problems. Image: Becky Nixon
Liaison and diversion services aim to find alternatives to custody for young offenders with mental health problems. Image: Becky Nixon

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