Daily roundup: Policing, teachers and youth crime

Gabriella Jozwiak, Neil Puffett, Tristan Donovan
Thursday, April 18, 2013

Nottinghamshire will not get a youth police commissioner; Michael Gove wants teachers to do more admin, and a briefing highlights adult social services' youth justice role, all in the news today.

Nottinghamshire's police and crime commissioner will not appoint a youth crime commissioner in the light of Paris Brown's resignation. Image: Kent Police
Nottinghamshire's police and crime commissioner will not appoint a youth crime commissioner in the light of Paris Brown's resignation. Image: Kent Police

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