Analysis: Youth justice - Is prison too soft on young people?
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
Teenagers think young offender institutions are too lenient, according to an in-depth report on young people and crime by the Metropolitan Police Authority. Alison Bennett examines whether juvenile prisons need to be tougher on young criminals.
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