Royal colleges publish healthcare standards for young people in custody

Derren Hayes
Monday, June 10, 2013

A new set of UK-wide standards for the healthcare of children and young people in custody has been developed by a group of medical royal colleges.

The new guidance hopes to improve healthcare for young offenders. Picture: Becky Nixon
The new guidance hopes to improve healthcare for young offenders. Picture: Becky Nixon

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