Youth Justice: Policy context

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Since winning a sizeable majority at last December’s general election, the Conservative government has continued to build on reforms to the youth justice system set in train by the previous administration.

The criminal justice system is disproportionately populated by people from ethnic minority backgrounds. Picture: Seventyfour/Adobe Stock
The criminal justice system is disproportionately populated by people from ethnic minority backgrounds. Picture: Seventyfour/Adobe Stock

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