Revised police custody code 'could undermine children's rights'

Tristan Donovan
Tuesday, December 12, 2017

The welfare and rights of vulnerable young people being questioned or detained by police could be threatened by proposed changes to Home Office codes of practice, a coalition of youth justice organisations has warned.

Young people in police custody could have their rights affected by Home Office code of practice changes. Picture posed by models
Young people in police custody could have their rights affected by Home Office code of practice changes. Picture posed by models

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