Shadow minister wants youth justice shake-up

Neil Puffett
Thursday, September 26, 2013

Labour's youth justice minister has called for sweeping changes to the way young offenders are dealt with, suggesting that anything that does not work should be ditched.

Although numbers of under-18s in custody are falling, reoffending rates are on the rise. Picture: Guzelian
Although numbers of under-18s in custody are falling, reoffending rates are on the rise. Picture: Guzelian

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