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Youth Justice – A Board Perspective

Fullwood, Cedric
June 4, 2015

Source: (2001) Probation Journal. 48: 135-138.

The Youth Justice Board for England and Wales came into existence in October 1998 as part of radical changes to the operation of the Youth Justice System, following major reports from the Audit Commission (Browning et al, 1998) and one of the first Task Forces of the new Labour Government (Home Office, 1998). (excerpt)


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