Police force launches trauma-informed care for children in custody

Joe Lepper
Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Northamptonshire Police has overhauled how it deals with children in custody by focusing on helping them to tackle trauma in their lives.

Northamptonshire Police’s chief inspector Julie Mead says the small changes 'have made a huge difference'. Picture: Northamptonshire Police
Northamptonshire Police’s chief inspector Julie Mead says the small changes 'have made a huge difference'. Picture: Northamptonshire Police

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