'Treat young offenders like care leavers'

July 2009
Community Care;7/16/2009, Issue 1779, p9
The article reports that the Transition to Adulthood Alliance, comprising 11 criminal justice organisations and charities, has called for measures to improve support for offenders aged 18-24 in Great Britain. It is stated that young adults committed one-third of crimes, costing the taxpayer £16-20 billion a year.


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