Inspectors praise youth work and education provision at improving YOI

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Inspectors have identified strong youth work and education provision combined with a culture of incentives rather than punishment as the reason for improving standards at a young offender institution (YOI).

Kinetic’s youth clubs help young offenders to build social skills and relationships. Picture: Peter Crane
Kinetic’s youth clubs help young offenders to build social skills and relationships. Picture: Peter Crane

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