Questions for the Conservatives over 'youth justice academies'

Woodward, Dean
March 2010
Community Care;3/4/2010, Issue 1808, p25
The article offers the author's opinion on plans of youth justice academies as introduced by Great Britain's Youth Justice Board which will be leading by Conservative Party in Great Britain. As stated, it aims to reduce re-offending through the combined work of local trusts and voluntary sector so that its saving can be utilized in local custodial institutions and education. The author believes that a focus on education would provide a smooth transition to the education providers in the community.


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