Youth justice reforms must go 'further and deeper'

Neil Puffett
Monday, January 16, 2012

Sweeping reform of the youth justice system is necessary to prevent hundreds of children being "needlessly" criminalised and sentenced to custody, according to a think-tank.

Many young people continue to fall into the system unnecessarily. Image: Phil Adams
Many young people continue to fall into the system unnecessarily. Image: Phil Adams

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