Gang hotspots failing to confront young people's health issues

Neil Puffett
Thursday, October 31, 2013

More than 80 per cent of England's gang "hotspots" have no strategy in place to tackle the health problems that contribute to youth and gang violence, according to a report.

82 per cent of health and wellbeing boards do not have strategies in place to tackle youth violence and gangs. Image: NTI
82 per cent of health and wellbeing boards do not have strategies in place to tackle youth violence and gangs. Image: NTI

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