Data links youth service cuts to knife crime rise

Nina Jacobs
Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Knife crime has risen more in areas which have seen the largest cuts to spending on youth services, according to new research carried out by a cross-party group of MPs.

Managers need to be able to look beyond the behaviour of the children in their care. Picture: Photographee.eu/Adobe Stock
Managers need to be able to look beyond the behaviour of the children in their care. Picture: Photographee.eu/Adobe Stock

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