Mentors to support 16- and 17-year-olds on community sentences

Tristan Donovan
Monday, April 8, 2013

Crime prevention charity Catch22 is supplying mentors to young offenders in six London boroughs in a bid to steer them away from crime.

Mentors will be offered to young offenders in London who have community sentences. Image: YJB/Posed by models
Mentors will be offered to young offenders in London who have community sentences. Image: YJB/Posed by models

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