Criminal records system 'undermining' youth justice reforms, campaigners claim

Derren Hayes
Monday, September 7, 2020

A coalition of youth justice organisations has called for a wide-ranging review of the criminal records system to support youth justice reforms.

Having a criminal record for offences committed as a child can harm young people's chances of finding work. Picture: Tom Julier
Having a criminal record for offences committed as a child can harm young people's chances of finding work. Picture: Tom Julier

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