Primary staff 'frustrated and angry' at lack of help to steer children from gangs

Joe Lepper
Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Staff in primary schools often feel powerless to support young people at risk of getting involved with gangs, because they are not getting the help they need from within the school or from other local agencies, a report has warned.

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