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Police Training on Child Rights and Child Protection: Lessons Learned and Manual.

Wernham, Marie
June 4, 2015

Source: (2005) London: Consortium for Street Children

This book is the final outcome of an 8-month project to
evaluate and consolidate lessons learned in relation to
police training and sensitisation in the international arena of
work with street children.
This project was developed in response to international
demand for improved information on police training in order
to reduce human rights violations against street children. (excerpt). The book includes a section on Diversion and Restorative Justice.


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