Government youth justice review indicates move to a local system

Neil Puffett
Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Interim findings of a review of the youth justice system outline plans to devolve delivery to local communities and organisations, but justice experts warn this could have far-reaching consequences for youth offending teams.

Local and regional agencies could manage and oversee supervised reparation work carried out by young offenders in the community. Picture: Tom Campbell
Local and regional agencies could manage and oversee supervised reparation work carried out by young offenders in the community. Picture: Tom Campbell

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