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By Joanne Parkes |
17 July 2019
Local services will be judged on how they respond jointly to children's mental ill health in new themed area inspections, Ofsted has announced.
By Nina Jacobs |
Public sector organisations will be legally bound to work together to tackle serious violence including knife crime under a new duty announced by the government.
Campaigners have cautiously welcomed the new Domestic Abuse Bill, but claim that "fundamental changes" are still needed to give children the protection they need.
15 July 2019
Dozens of newly qualified prison officers have completed a leadership scheme developed to attract graduate talent and spread best practice within the secure estate.
By Dan Parton and Joanne Parkes |
08 July 2019
Young people are at risk of unnecessary criminalisation as a result of excessive police callouts to children's homes, campaigners claim.
05 July 2019
Children as young as seven are being used to move drugs for organised gangs, according to new research from The Children's Society.
Children's services leaders are calling on the government to deliver a coordinated and sustainably funded knife crime strategy, which puts child protection and safeguarding at the top of the agenda.
01 July 2019
A Christian youth charity has won the multimillion pound government contract to run the UK's first secure school from late 2020.
A teenager has died at a young offender institution in Kent.
27 June 2019
Campaigners against child imprisonment have been dealt a blow after the government resisted calls to set out plans to end youth custody.
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