Bonding with young offenders

Hunt, Louise
October 2010
Community Care;10/7/2010, Issue 1838, p18
The article presents the views of David Cassie, founder of CAR-ES UK, on bonding with young offenders. It is stated that Cassie's social worker-led escort service for young offenders aims to make a difference in the lives of troubled young people. According to Cassie, escorting young offenders is not easy as there have been attempts to free the juveniles and states that building a relationship with the young people and their family is the basic action of the organization's approach.


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