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Practitioners have always recognised those they work with as young people in need as well as offenders. The political imperative to be ‘tough on crime’ has distorted this perception, while managerialist approaches, believing that accountability demands minimal discretion, have made it harder...
New Labour’s youth justice reforms have left progressives disappointed by a failure to take more radical steps to raise the age of criminal responsibility and phase out penal custody. This paper argues that the basic punitive orientation governing youth justice policy was established in the...
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