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.

Young people don't think prison is an effective deterrent
Young people don't think prison is an effective deterrent

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