Number of children in custody drops by 73 per cent in a decade


The number of children in custody has dropped by 73 per cent over the past decade, a new report shows.

Despite improving custody numbers, conditions in custody centres have declined, a report says Picture: Becky Nixon
Despite improving custody numbers, conditions in custody centres have declined, a report says Picture: Becky Nixon

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