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‘Restorative justice is not a soft touch’, claims senior Humberside Police officer

June 9, 2014

Speaking at an East Riding Council scrutiny meeting, Chief Inspector James Glansfield gave the recent example of a 13-year-old who completed a fund-raising walk between Hull and Beverley after stealing a charity box from a shop in Anlaby.

Ch Insp Glansfield said publicity surrounding the case had hopefully caused enough embarrassment for the teenager to convince him to steer clear of crime in the future.

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