The treatment of young adults in the criminal justice system


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Recently released report exploring the treatment of young adults within the UK criminal justice system….

The inquiry considered a range of questions about the treatment of young adults—18 to 24 year olds—in the criminal justice system, taking into account recent research into the subject and the work of others, including the report by Lord Harris of Haringey into self-in icted deaths in custody of 18-24 year olds. Our principal conclusions and recommendations are presented in Chapter 4 of this Report. ey take the form of a blueprint for a strategic approach to the treatment of young adults, under the ownership of the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) but with the involvement of a range of criminal justice agencies.

Click herd for full report http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201617/cmselect/cmjust/169/169.pdf?utm_source=169&utm_campaign=modulereports&utm_medium=module

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