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Recent research on the use of, and attitudes towards, restorative justice practices in Young Offender Institutions, secure training centres and local authority secure units in England and Wales is reviewed. It shows that there is little such activity, largely due to the over crowding of the...
The Scottish Executive recently announced a significant increase in secure accommodation, amongst a raft of measures aimed at tackling youth crime. These developments represent a marked and sudden change in political direction, away from an emphasis on community-based welfare disposals towards...
This article describes a survey of Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) in England and Wales, conducted during 2002-2003, which explored the extent and nature of YOT responses to adolescents who are exhibiting sexually problematic behaviour. The methodological approach adopted is outlined and then the...
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