November 2009
Community Care;11/19/2009, Issue 1796, p11
The article offers news briefs related to the conference of the British Youth Justice Board (YJB). Chief executive John Drew has urged for renewed talks between central government and local authorities over funding for social workers working in juvenile corrections. A Prison Reform Trust study which showed restorative justice in Northern Ireland received cross-party support at the conference. YJB chair Frances Done has called on politicians to secure funding for youth crime prevention work.


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