May 2009
Community Care;5/7/2009, Issue 1769, p16
The article offers information on several organisations and their projects that the Excellence Network has recognised as achievement in social care in Great Britain. They include Dorset Police/Dorset Council Yot, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Barnardo's Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust Stoke-on-Trent Council. In Dorset Police's Safe Schools and Communities Team project, young people committing low-level offences are given the opportunity to make amends with their victims.


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