'Problem-solving' courts for young offenders to be trialled

Joe Lepper
Thursday, March 23, 2017

Efforts to improve the way young offenders are dealt with are to be tested, with problem-solving courts set to be established across England.

Juvenile reoffending rates have risen to their highest level. Picture: Becky Nixon
Juvenile reoffending rates have risen to their highest level. Picture: Becky Nixon

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