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Legal Update: Antisocial behaviour law reforms

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  • Tuesday, March 5, 2013
The Antisocial Behaviour Bill 2012 proposes extensive changes, including to the use of injunctions on children. Christopher Sykes, legal officer at Coram Children's Legal Centre, examines the proposals

Rehabilitation in the community

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  • Tuesday, August 20, 2013
A pioneering cafe in Kent is bringing together professionals from health, youth services, prisons, education and business to help young offenders re-integrate into the local community. Jo Stephenson sees it in action.

Youth justice roundup

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  • Thursday, August 8, 2013
Railway arrests, cash from criminals, and coastal decline, all in the news in the past seven days.

Private homes shun restorative justice

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  • Monday, February 21, 2011
Vulnerable children are being unnecessarily criminalised because of a reluctance to deploy restorative justice techniques in private children's homes, a report has warned.

Review: Reoffending

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  • Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Reoffending: A practitioner's guide to working with offenders and offending behaviour in the Criminal Justice System

The Youth Justice Board: 1999-2011

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  • Monday, October 18, 2010
Somewhere in the archives of early 21st-century British social policy, there may be a dusty volume that records the fact that I was the only person who served under all five chairs of the Youth Justice Board - the supremely confident and connected Norman Warner, interim chair and passionate advocate of restorative justice Charles Pollard, the intellectually unsurpassable Rod Morgan, the pragmatic and effective Graham Robb (another interim chair), and the cautious but industrious Frances Done.