Police and crime commissioner to take over youth offending service

Neil Puffett
Friday, November 6, 2015

One of the largest youth offending services in the country is set to be handed over to a police and crime commissioner in the first arrangement of its kind.

West Mercia youth offending service will be transferred to the area's police and crime commissioner next April. Picture: Arlen Connelly
West Mercia youth offending service will be transferred to the area's police and crime commissioner next April. Picture: Arlen Connelly

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