Owers slates councils for YOI social worker shortage

March 2010
Community Care;3/4/2010, Issue 1808, p10
The article offers information on an annual report by chief inspector of prisons, Anne Owers in which she terms councils responsible for shortage of social workers in young offender institutions (YOI) in the Great Britain.


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