Socio-economic inequalities ‘not to blame’ for disproportionality in youth justice system

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Socio-economic inequalities cannot be blamed for increasing disproportionality in the youth justice system over the last 10 years, a major new report claims.

Tim Bateman: Growing disproportionality is "nothing short of a disgrace". Picture: NAYJ
Tim Bateman: Growing disproportionality is "nothing short of a disgrace". Picture: NAYJ

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